Finishing the Hull!

In December 2008 the Crockett returned to the railway for its annual haul-out. Its time on the rails was short, for the purpose of repainting, finishing the last details on the hull, and adding through-hull fittings customized for the 6 inch log bottom. Basically, the hull is complete, at last! The boat returned to the museum docks in January 2009 so that work can continue on decking over the boat

2009_2D00_1_2D00_8-Winter-haulout-for-repainting-and-to-finish-fastening-hull-frames

2009_2D00_1_2D00_14-Crockett-on-rails-at-CMR-ready-to-go-back-in-the-water-after-winter-haulout

2008_2D00_5_2D00_9--Crockett--at-CMR-docks-after-stern-rebuilt

2009_2D00_1_2D00_8-Winter-haulout-for-repainting-and-to-finish-fastening-hull-frames

Originally published by Vera England on 28 Nov 2009. Published on WordPress after The Deltaville Maritime Museum and Holly Point Nature Park moved from http://deltavilleva.com/museumpark/ to http://deltavillemuseum.com/

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