I have these two holes that I imagine used to be for a lean bar type seat right behind the console on my 1600 Pro Bay Skiff. They go all the way into the hull, which sucks cause any little water coming from the scuppers going down into the hull. I have a bilge but I’d rather plug up the holes...
I want to build a new front and rear deck for my Carolina Skiff J16. I'm just planning things out right now and will likely do the work in the middle of summer 2022. I was planning on just doing wood/resin/fiberglass, but I keep hearing that "composite" is better.
What exactly are we talking...
I'm new to the forum, but love to talk about boats.
I am almost done with a hull up restoration of a 1977, 15 foot Mitchell tri-hull. This boat may not qualify as a micro skiff, but I am still hoping that someone with experience may be able to help me. I am trying to match the deck...
I picked up an '89 Carolina Skiff as a project to familiarize myself working with things like fiberglass and gel coat.
When I was washing down the boat, I was under the impression that these two "modular decks" (please tell me if there if a more correct term) were cored with wood...
I have a 22 year old Action Craft with a deck that has gelcoat worn down to the fiberglass in some areas. The gelcoat at this stage in it's life picks up stains like crazy as well. I would like to repaint the deck with a 2 part paint but am wondering how best to make the deck non-skid...
Just finished glassing my latest design.
“Diabolito” is a 17’6” with a 83” beam
Designed to draft 6” with 115merc.
u can Follow whole build on Instagram