In the mornings, we would fair the previous days fairing compound and in the afternoon, we would apply as many coats of clear epoxy on the hull using paint rollers. This will add a nice strong outer shell to the hull and give a little more protection to the wood. Some fairing compound is still being added to very small areas where lows have been found, but they are now far and few between.
Later in the week, we began to build a jig which we will use as a template to bend the laminates that will later be used for deck beams.
Also, we have a flipping date of this coming Thursday, and we plan on striking the waterline and applying bottom paint on monday, so next week should be an exciting one!
Sorry, no time lapse this week because of the plastic tarp covering the boat all week.