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Bayliss Boatworks construction update: Bayliss 72'

by John Bayliss 5 Feb 05:45 UTC
Bayliss 72' © John Bayliss

After Bayliss 72' was flipped and returned to the hull carpentry shop, work on the hull progressed quickly. The bow thruster tube was cut, installed, and is now in adtech. The sea chests were also fitted and glassed in.

Throughout the month of January, the hull's interior bottom received layers of glassing while bulkheads were fabricated. Once glassing was complete, the hull carpentry crew installed three bulkheads.

Work on the strut blocking, machine tunnel, and forward fuel tank surround is now under way. We're also moving forward with the fabrication of the the water tank and holding tank.

Read more about Bayliss 72' here.

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