We continue to work on cabin prototyping. Slow going. The sides slope 3 degrees.
The "wind wings" have a horizontal angle of 7 degrees. The front windows slope 10
degrees. These intersecting angles make it difficult to compute panel shapes.
And then there are the errors ...


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Foredeck supports were meant
as prototypes but may be used
in final product


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Cabin roof will have same camber
as the foredeck


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We are finally closing in on cabin design.


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Windows sizes may decrease
a little


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After a struggle we have a
symmetric cabin


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Planing cabin frame to fix an error


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Check to see if windows look okay


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Cabin roof support headed to Davey
Jones' locker for pressure treatment


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Back to the surface after 150 psi
water pressure


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Makeshift downrigger weight.
Five pounds of timber washers
almost compensate for the
board's 6.5 pounds buoyancy.


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Cabin roof support in bending jig


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Bent to 1-1/2" camber in 5 feet


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Another view of bent support


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Two 5/8" nuts and a 1/4" metal
bar give the 1-1/2" camber