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Bayliss Boatworks Construction update: Gypsea - GameBoat 62'

by John Bayliss 5 Feb 15:27 UTC
Gypsea - GameBoat 62' © Bayliss Boatworks

Gypsea (GameBoat 62') had a productive January! Now that her hull is planked, glassed and faired, she checked off one of the biggest benchmarks in the build process- turning right side up.

At the end of January, our hull carpentry crew installed Gypsea's main bulkheads, and will soon begin on the buildout of her machine tunnel. Our in-house design department is working on finalizing various installation drawings, while our mechanical crew preps for the arrival of the main engine exhaust.

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