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Posted from Archive, Message by Alain Coulombe: Sea Skiff

Post by Club Archivist » Thu Dec 29, 2005 12:54 am

Where do you think I can find detail on original construction of the deck, or the best solution to make it with Mahogany planking, spec of planking and mainly detail on the configuration of side top pice of wood to be used for non whater trapping ??
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Posted from Archive, Message by Wilson Wright: Sea Skiff

Post by Club Archivist » Thu Dec 29, 2005 12:57 am

Mr. Coulombe:
 
I was out of town when this one came and am not sure if those at the office answered it. Regrettably Chris Craft plans are one of the few items we don't have here. Plans are available from:
 
The Mariners Museum
100 Museum Dr.
NewPort News, Va 23606
Web site www.Mariner.org.
 
You may want to ask price before you order.
 
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Posted from Archive, Message by Alain Coulombe: Sea Skiff

Post by Club Archivist » Thu Dec 29, 2005 12:58 am

If my Sea Skiff is not going to go in water for 2-3 years it is recommended to Soak Water by the inside during the summer time for many weeks to get it wet ???
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Alain
 
Alain Coulombe
Norampac
Directeur général des ventes, Est du Canada
Sales General Manager, Eastern Canada
Cell.:819-475-7099
Tel.:819-751-3553
[email protected]
www.norampac.com
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