When our West System barrier coat resulted in blisters all over the hull, we spent hours upon hours trying to figure out what had gone wrong.
This is our tips and tricks for applying Coppercoat. It covers the application and tips for really activating the anti-fouling properties.
As winter arrives and the temperature drops we needed something to prevent the heat from escaping through the skylights. This is our DIY solution.
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We had some reinforcements we wanted to do while working on the hull. This means glasfiber work, grinding, sanding, fairing.
We are switching from traditional anti fouling to CopperCoat. The first step was to remove all the old paint and barrier coating.
We decided to take this summer to put Linnea up on the hard. We often get the question to why we decided to do this in the middle of sailing season.
Buying a used watermaker might have been the most stupid thing we have done, or one of the smartest. It took us a lot of work to get it to run.
Providing good ventilation under the bed has been one of the most challenging parts of living aboard during the winter. Step by step we have added solutions and finally believe we have found something that works.