I am looking at this unique 35' pilothouse, hull
built in 1959... Hull
construction Board and Batten. Hull planking 1" x 6" Red Cedar, T & G with batten.
Does anyone know what T & G stands for?
Hull was FRP (fibreglassed) over planking in 1990. I hear that this process is not favourable with the fibreglass eventually pulling away from the wood. Has anyone had a good experience with FRP over planking?
Visual of the pilothouse interior
is solid, dry, and no wood rot
planks. Outside hull inspection
owner has had no problems with delamination
. However, everything I have heard about FRP over planking is bad.