April May 20- May 25-~ This week- 

Shipyard, 60C & Dockside:

  1. Haulout:  caulking, paint, thru hulls, paint Plimsoll mark, etc.
  2. Hull repair
  3. Clean and coat prop

Carpentry: 

  1. Mill lumber for flooring
  2. Start Stbd crew cabins, build bulkhead
  3. Build benches
  4. Start Foc’sle ladder

Deck Equipment:

Galley:

  1. continue Doors and drawers for lower cabinets

Navigation Systems:

  1. Mock up panel for expected Nav equipment.
Painting & Varnishing:
  1. Below deck – paint/varnish overhead, walls, etc., as needed.
Plumbing:
  1. Continue fresh & waste water plumbing-40% done
  2. Finish plumbing potable, grey water and black water tanks in foc’sle-60% done
Propulsion:
  1. Finish generator room ventilation, wire fans
Rigging:
  1. Install sheet leads-90% done
Sewing
  1. Continue Sail covers

May 27-June 2~ Two Weeks Out-

Shipyard, 60C & Dockside:

  1. Haulout:  caulking, paint, thru hulls, paint Plimsoll mark, etc.
  2. Tonnage Survey May 28
  3. USCG re-inspection May 28

Carpentry: 

  1. Mill lumber for flooring
  2. Build deck boxes
  3. Foc’sle ladder
  4. Chart table 

Galley:

  1. Continue galley construction, upper cabinets

Navigation Systems:

  1. Research and specify Nav Equipment: chart plotter, radar, VHFS, AISA, SSB

Painting & Varnishing:

  1. On deck – continue laying down coats of paint/varnish on cleats, windows, pinrails, etc.
  2. Below deck – paint/varnish overhead, walls, etc.

Plumbing:

  1. Continue fresh & waste water plumbing
Propulsion:
  1. Connect bilge & fire pump-90% waiting for USCG approval
Rigging:
  1. Prep wire for topmast rigging
Sewing:
  1. Continue Sail cover
  2. June 3-June 8~ Three Weeks Out-

    Shipyard, 60C & Dockside:

    1. Prep MT for Gala.
    2. Install galley range

    Carpentry: 

    1. Mill lumber for flooring
    2. Build deck boxes
    3. Foc’sle ladder
    4. Chart table 

    Galley:

    1. Continue galley construction, upper cabinets

    Navigation Systems:

    1. Research and specify Nav Equipment: chart plotter, radar, VHFS, AISA, SSB

    Painting & Varnishing:

    1. On deck – continue laying down coats of paint/varnish on cleats, windows, pinrails, etc.
    2. Below deck – paint/varnish overhead, walls, etc.

    Plumbing:

    1. Continue fresh & waste water plumbing
    Propulsion:
    1. Connect bilge & fire pump-90% waiting for USCG approval
    Rigging:
    1. Prep wire for topmast rigging
    Sewing:
    1. Continue Sail covers 

     

The Big Picture, needed to get off the dock for sea trials:

  1. Finish Propulsion
  2. Complete and test critical bilge and fire systems
  1. Complete rigging and bending on of sails
  2. Complete exterior carpentry, boxes for life vests
  3. Safety: first aid kit, flares, extinguishers, lifevests, etc.
  4. Hull inspection and cleaning
  5. Hook up forward head
  6. Navigation lights

Notes:

  • We are looking for volunteers to join a specific TEAM with a commitment of at least 1 day per week, preferably 2 – 3 days.  Click   TEAM to choose a grouyp of great volunteerrs to work with (blue words are links to other pages and more information).
  • Direct communication and coordination between team members is encouraged.  Click on any volunteer’s name to see photo and get contact information.
  • We understand schedules vary, so letting your Team Members know if you cannot make it will allow us to plan the work to be done on any given day and cover your “shift”.
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