Originally Posted by MarkJ
Thanks for all the ideas
I will do each corner a different method and give you all points out of 10....
Then after a month another score LOL
To be honest, I think it is a good way to learn. i.e. don't start with the big / expensive project
Mine was a tester for making a cockpit
canopy (I have a sprayhood already - and don't want a Bimini).......main thing I learnt was that being able to sew would
be very useful
........and that I would need to get a sewing machine
, maybe another tester on a Boom Awning?. or even some Spray Dodgers (Not that I really want those). One of those things I would enjoy the challenge of having a go at, just not confident that the results would be up to my standards..........maybe one for January?
Of course if your boat was a different design
their would be absolutely nothing wrong with the cover. ever. and it would be an investment. could probably also keep it hoisted above 100 knots
or at least 10.........
David-O-J's toolbox is the least expensive on the whole forum. It consists only of 1 tool: a hammer. Proabably a verrrrry big one
I've also got an axe