Ulua progress: off the molds!

Finally completed the 3 coats of epoxy on the outside of the hull, and sanded off the drips (and most of the epoxy).  The interior does not look as bad as it might.  The hull was amazingly light to pick up, maybe only 20 – 30 lbs without deck, gunwhales, and other fittings.  Upright, the impression of depth and freeboard is much greater, and it is clear that the fancy tapering of the planks will be invisible when she is in the water. 




10 Responses to “Ulua progress: off the molds!”

  1. 1 Buck

    Gorgeous! Love to see the progress photos. Thanks for sharing; wish I had room to try this! I’m jealous (in a good way.)

  2. 2 João Rivera


  3. 3 Tim Shaw

    Looking good, looking good! Nice milestone to hit.

  4. 4 Joe Rouse

    Oh Hell Yeah! That’s what I’m talking about!
    You rock David!!!!!!!!!!!!
    and more !!!!!!!!!!! Kudos!

  5. 5 Se

    Where are you building this canoe?

  6. 6 David

    I’m building the Ulua in my garage in northern California.

  7. 7 Anonymous

    Kudos. I have the plans also and have been itching to get at it. Good to see someone else making good progress.
    Keep at it.

  8. 8 minimum purchase

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  9. 9 bastcilkdoptb

    Wonderful site. A lot of useful information here. I am sending it to several friends ans also sharing in delicious. And certainly, thanks for your effort!

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