Polishing Fibre glass hull

Polishing Fibre glass hull

Post by Bryan Clydesdal » Wed, 25 Nov 1998 04:00:00


I have bought a 9 year old Glastron power boat. The transfers on the
hull are very faded.Is there any way I can restore the shine without
damaging them ?

Bryan

 
 
 

Polishing Fibre glass hull

Post by Kasa » Fri, 27 Nov 1998 04:00:00

Hi! My name is Kasan . I am thai. Now I finish master degree in
engineering. I would like to know how to design sailboat. Would you please
advice me which book I could read? Thank you.
        Kan.

 
 
 

Polishing Fibre glass hull

Post by Migchels » Sat, 28 Nov 1998 04:00:00

Leo, er zijn makkelijker manieren voor boten tot en met 30 voet. Maar ze zijn
"hard chined". Ik geef  een 8-urige boot bouwing cursus. Na de eerste 2 urige
les bouwen ze een 2 voet model zonder moeite., Barend

 
 
 

Polishing Fibre glass hull

Post by Paul Kam » Sun, 29 Nov 1998 04:00:00


        >Please keep this newsgroup English...

Although the vast majority of the dialog in the rec.boats newsgroup is in
English, there is no policy, explicit or implied, prohibiting posts in
other language.

Personally I think non-English posts should not be discouraged - although
it would be a good idea to recognize the fact that automated translation
tools will be applied, and the translations will make more sense if
non-English posts are very clearly written and idiom-free, if possible.
--

http://www.well.com/~pk/fishmeal.html

                                              -"Call me Fishmeal"-

 
 
 

Polishing Fibre glass hull

Post by macnaughton.co » Wed, 02 Dec 1998 04:00:00

Look at the "school" section of our web site and contact me with any
questions. There is a list of books there on yacht designing. There are more
books listed in our "publishing" section.

Tom MacNaughton
Naval Architect
http://www.macnaughtongroup.com

Quote:

>Hi! My name is Kasan . I am thai. Now I finish master degree in
>engineering. I would like to know how to design sailboat. Would you please
>advice me which book I could read? Thank you.
> Kan.