Sovereign 32

by Aiden


My Boat Sovereign 32

Keel bolt inspection look as good as the day they went in but at least we know now.

Stem trimmed down and the stringer rot cut back.

Would have been a better idea to do this before we put the stem in....

Cutting the scarf on the first bit of stem to match the one cut in the boat.

The bits went in very slowly

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Sovereign 32 Update
by: Aiden


very unusual maintenance
by: Geoffrey Galpin

What you have done here is remarkable, in the fact that it would have been easier to have built it from scratch.

Very difficult to marry the new pieces to the old !!

You would have had many sleepless nights scheming, working out your next move.



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