Deck Beams, Rub Rails and Covering Boards

By June 2008, the Crockett was back in the water at the museum for its next stage of restoration, which included finishing the deck beams and adding rub rails and covering boards. Work appears to be moving slowly, because now we are at the detail work, instead of shaping the hull. We are all looking forward to the day that the decks are finished and the temporary canopy can be removed.

2008_2D00_5_2D00_26-Stern-planking-prior-to-fitting-deck-beams

2008_2D00_6_2D00_3-Back-in-the-water-with-her-new-stem-and-planking-complete

2008_2D00_6_2D00_3-Back-in-the-water-with-her-sheer-line-faired-into-the-stern

2008_2D00_7_2D00_11-Fitting-deck-beams-in-stern

2008_2D00_8_2D00_24-Laminating-the-rubrail-around-the-stern

 

2008_2D00_11_2D00_12-Stern-rubrail-installed

2008_2D00_12_2D00_04-Bow-rubrail-complete-and-covering-boards-added

Originally published by Vera England on 29 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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