Category Archives: Ariel Refit
A beautiful evening sail with Alan who is great company and a handy photographer. Great conversation, lovely sunset and an enjoyable sail, oh and great pictures.
Boat launched and taken in a shakedown sail.
On a Sunny September the two young men cruised the Mulditch Bank. While the sun was out we had 14 knots of breeze form the south, along with a south running tide this made for a grand wind against tide … Continue reading
Ariel of Greystones finally launched
The rudder was stripped down. I also stripped the tiller fitting and had it hot dipped. The rudder was made from layers of marine ply and is still in good shape. I stripped back to clean wood and sealed with … Continue reading
The mast step was sealed in polyester and glass matting, and while looked OK it had a hollow sound when tapped. I opted to replace the mast step too. As the forward bulkhead was bonded to the mast step this … Continue reading