Freya and my Artic Tern off to the lake, the Audi gods hate me... LOL
I finished Freya, in June, took me 220 hours, my first build was the Artic Tern 14, that took me 300 hours, Freya was more complicated, but easier...
A few more pictures of Freya, during the build, should have been posted months ago
Primer , fills in the pin holes etc from the fibreglass
Thanks , for the comments
Couple of pictures from tonight, epoxy primer on middle of hull , will paint creme colour on the weekend
Missed my target date of April 1/ 2018 , but getting close, some light sanding and clear coat to go, everything else is done. So far 168 hours...
Yes I agree ., love the multi chine look, more work to build, but enjoyable
115 hours build time, still hoping for April 1 launch,
More build pictures for February
I hope to epoxy deck to hull tomorrow
A few more pictures
Some more build pictures, 95 hours to date, almost ready to glue deck on
Thanks for the reply, excited about getting Freya in the water...lol
Took me 30 hours to get to hull outer seam gluing. The straps keep the kayak perfectly flat on the saw horses , the temporary forms are made to...
Are there patterns for any other 'sections' of the kayak available? Doing everything you can to get the shape right and avoid twists in the hull...
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