Well ok, maybe fire isn't such a good thing around wooden boats.
Anyway, I'm stuck on the wrong side of The Pond until TPTB let us fly home again, but have pulled the trigger on the plans (and companion dvds) for a Laughing Loon, Georgian Bay. I plan to build his & hers boats for my bride and I.
I'm sure Rob includes all or most of the info I need in the plans, but I won't see that until well, later. My burning questions right now are;
1- How to get the form drawings from the nested/stacked version to separate sheets? I've seen carbon paper used to trace the forms out on paper and Rob mentioned in an email I could get copies made as well.
2- How much wood will I need for a 16.5' kayak?
3- How much epoxy will I need? Recommendations as to which brand would also be appreciated. MAS? West Systems? Are the measuring pumps in the kits worth using?
4- In the description Rob siad to expect about 300 hours and $500 - $700 in materials. Would it be safe to assume that figure is a little more these days? Maybe closer to $1000?
Well, I guess that'll do for now. I appreciate any and all advise & info offered.