Visit to the Shipyard in La Grande Motte, France 6/10/14.

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La Grande Motte, France. 1,100 boats in the harbor. Some real beauties. Below, the Outremer Shipyard.

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Davali’s hull #3. Love at first sight.

 

 

Gelcoat sprayed into mold, then fiberglass laid, then foam in middle for stiffness, then fiberglass outside to sandwich foam, then resin infused. Fiberglass and foam below.

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Laying the fiberglass over the foam for the decking and coach roof (upside down in mold), before resin infusion process.

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Thank you to Xavier, Francois, Kent and all of the outstanding Outremer Team!

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5 Responses to Visit to the Shipyard in La Grande Motte, France 6/10/14.

  1. DERF Dan says:

    Well I hope that they are coring the boat! Ask them where their vacuum bag is? I hope at least they are using Vinlyester???

  2. DERF Dan says:

    Oh and first they spray mold release then the gelcoat then the skincoat then the laminates then the core then the outerlaminates

  3. seams says:

    unreal cooloe

  4. Merc9 Racer says:

    Are they on schedule?
    How was the provisioning effort?

  5. Peter Drittel says:

    Hope you’re eating and drinking well!!

    *From:* s/v Davali [mailto:comment-reply@wordpress.com] *Sent:* Wednesday, June 11, 2014 4:25 PM *To:* peter@pmdtradingllc.com *Subject:* [New post] Visit to the Shipyard in La Grande Motte, France 6/10/14.

    Adam Friedlander posted: “La Grande Motte, France. 1,100 boats in the harbor. Some real beauties. Below, the Outremer Shipyard.Davali’s hull #3. Love at first sight. Gelcoat sprayed into mold, then fiberglass laid, then foam in middle for stiffness, then fiberglass outside to sand”

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