How To Build a Jamaican Sail Boat Plans

How To Build a Jamaican Sail Boat Plans

Jamaican is the apt name for this sail board that was designed and built as a shop project at the Jamaica, N.Y. high school. Its hull is fiberglass and Dynel over a simple wood frame, and no special building jigs or forms are needed. Construction technique developed for the Jamaican is unique. Dynel fabric is stretched and stapled in place over the assembled frame. When this is coated with resin, it forms the surface on which succeeding layers of fiberglass cloth are applied. If you will be working with fiberglass for the first time, the following precautions are in order: Your work area must be kept well ventilated; wear disposable plastic gloves when working with resins and hardeners: wear a dusk mask and goggles when sanding: and use a sander with a dust bag to prevent the air from becoming loaded with glass fiber dust.

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