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Yep, that would be my old buddy Jake.  I Google"d him not too long ago and brought myself up to date on his activities and accomplishments.  He"s been a busy boy.  And it looks like time and aging has been kind to him.
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Thanks for the info on the diving Rob. As promised, but late as usual, here are some pics of the walls. Duck season closes this weekend so hopefully we can make some real progress in the next few weeks. I really need to have this thing going by March!

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Well too cold to dive around here and we don"t do drysuits! I plan to tow as we have alot of lakes around here and few have permanent docking facilities. Send me your address and I will get the frame/canvas in the works.
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Finally finished the insulation in the evenings this week. We are starting to slow down so I have been able to get home with a couple hours daylight left each day. I was fighting mosquitoes Monday afternoon and now I am running the heater. Typical Louisiana winter! I got one side of siding on today and hopefully this weekend I can get that finished and start on the roof.

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Ahhh progress (and thanks for the wiring plug btw)
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Glad to hear you got it! Hope it helps
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Finished the siding today and could not resist sticking in a window. I got them on e-bay and spent about the cost of buying just one new. They are not the same brands but pretty much look alike except one has tinted glass and will look off. Hopefully I can get the rest of the windows in this week and get the roof on. Ordered a helm stand and seat from pontoons stuff that should be here friday

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I like that window, starting to take pretty good shape now.
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Work is slowing down but not on the Party Hut! A couple of my guys didn"t have a job to go to today and my work has been slow so we have put a big dent in it this week. Got the roof on except the vinyl which has been ordered. Got the bathroom rebuilt as well as the bunks and all windows are installed. Went to take an outside pic and batteries died on camera so that will be coming hopefully this weekend. Also for all you folks that want to know about replacement panels for the Party Hut sides we made some for our bathroom today. Took 1/2" "Tuff R" (which is the rigid type) styrofoam house sheating and used foam/panel adehsive to laminate 1/4" paneling to each side. We then used a plastic laminate roller to roll it together. We re-used the old aluminum framing and it is as good or better than the original. I know you cant use the paneling outside but Lowes carries a white smooth "tileboard" similar to those marker boards that use the magic marker type pens. It has a water resistant finish and is installed on a masonite type board which could be glued in the same fashion as we did for the paneling. I know this is not as good as some options mentioned but it is the similar to the original less the vinyl coating and could be made for around $60 for a 4x8 panel. Also found some storm doors that were vinyl coated at Lowes. The special order Larsen doors at our lumberyard were 300 each with shipping. I found these for $88 each. It took me about 2 hrs/door to cut them down and re-assemble but hopefully it was money saved. The Larsens were better construction but I can relace these several times for the price of their units. If the vinly comes in tomorrow I hope to put it on roof Sat. and post more pics.

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Looks great!! Thanks for the update and pics.
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Nice job on the interior!  I like the windows too.  Can you just imagine when it is all done and you are out there on the water having a great time?
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Just let me know. Its in the shed all wrapped up and ready to go.

 

Hey Linda I am about ready to have a party on the trailer. I am getting anxious

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Nope I wouldn"t mind diving on my own boat. Maybe I would catch a fish or two for supper in the process. It would have to be alot of waves though to get to the paneling though unless I left the door open. Do you operate your pontoon in big waves? I heard your not supposed to do that.
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Party on the trailer?  Sounds good to me .  The big waves, I am sure you read a post from me somewhere indicating the waves that came over the bow from a couple of yachts.  I carry a small wet/dry vac to suck up water.  Sometimes a lot of water will collect around the gates from swimmers.  Rather than having it soak into everything we suck it up. 
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I have 6" plank decking on the bow of mine with 1/4" cracks. It is underskinned with a filter cloth which hopefully will let the water drain. I also used spacers under the rails to raise them to allow drainage. There is stainless steel flashing going behind the building siding and under the floor. Only way water can get in cabin is around the doors. I thought about putting a drain along the wall in front of the siding when I was building it but decided to wait and see. We dont have any yacts down here. They must make some big waves to come over the fencing of the bow.
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That"s right I remember now about your plank deck.  I really don"t think you have to worry about anything.  Water can come up drain holes in the deck as well as go out.  The waves did not come over the fence just in through the forward gate bottom.  The first time we had about 10 people on board all sitting forward and our friend thought he was being cool and swamped us with his wake.  Basically he came pretty close and turned and forced his wake through the gate. The forward tops of the toons was only about 4 inches out of the water because of the weight of the people and ice chests.  The second time was a little learning curve on how to hit the waves from the big boats and again we had a lot of weight up front.  We only had four poeple on the boat but it was the first morning and we were staying on the river for 3 days and had about 3 big ice chests up by the forward gate.  Again, we were sitting lower in the water up front.  We hit the wake at too much of a 90 degree angle and took the wake through the gate.  It went all the way to the helm and ran out the side gates.  We have not been swamped again, yet, but we make sure when we are cruising the river to go the same direction as the big boats or anchor up the 5 mile/hour river and wait for the big boats to settle down.  We also make sure to move the ice chests aft to keep the weight off the forward most part of the boat.

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We got a 75 degree day today without rain so off came the tarps and on went the Mari-deck vinyl on the roof. I did not get the trim and rails done because I did have to work some today to pay for all of this. I really like the vinyl and was easier to install than I thought once we came up with a plan to do it in short sections. Had to use contact cement because of the composite/fiberglass decking and it took more than twice what they recommend. The vinyl sort of reminds me of the roofing material they used on cars years ago.

 

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Cort (AKA Farkum),

If you are referring to the stern light that is mounted down on the rub rail, it is not at all legal. The light must be mounted is such a manner as to be visible all-around (360 degrees) and for at least 2 miles. The USCG regulation for navigable waters read as follows:

"The masthead or all-around white light on power vessels less than 12 meters in length must be at least 1 meter above the red and green side lights."

"At night, power-driven vessels and sailing vessels at anchor must display anchor lights. An anchor light for a vessel less than 50 meters in length is an all-around white light visible for 2 miles exhibited where it can be seen."

12 meters is a few inches short of 40 ft. and 50 meters is about 164 feet.

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A powerboat underway does have to display a white light visibile for 2 miles, but it doesn"t have to be a single light.  To prevent blinding the helmsman it can be a stern light and another light mounted forward, each shining a limited amount forward or back.  Of course you can mount a single light up high, to shine over the helmsman and the boat, if that works for you.  Check this website:

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As far as I know it is factory but I plan to put the new one on the rear of the top deck. It is LED and has a fairly long pole. I bought it from EZACDC. I also bought a short flagpole from Bass Pro that plugs in during the daytime and this is why I chose to mount it there. I hope I don"t have issues but I was hoping with it being 3" or so above the top and at the rear it wouldn"t blind me.
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Brian---

Your deck looks awesome.  I noticed that you sealed the seams and screws...can you tell me what you used, and also did you use the deck tape on the seams underneath, or something else all together?

It appears that you put down vinyl?  Is that the MariDeck, and how do you like it? Any tips?  I got the MariDeck in gray, but it"s still in the roll.  Been too cold here for me to progress with getting the toons polished even. 

Love your pics, looks like its coming together. 

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This is actually the top deck of my boat which is the roof of the cabin. I did not tape the seams underneath. I used regular Bondo body filler on the seams/screws just to keep them from bleeding thru the vinyl. Yes this is the Mari-Deck vinyl in white. I really like it so far although it seems a little thin. It has some kind of felt back and took waayy more glue than they recommended (we used solvent glue because the deck is the composite/fiberglass "plywood" sold here). Standard glue may do better but this stuff was basically contact cement and was rolled on. We ran out and went to the lumber yard and got standard contact cement to finish and it did just fine. It was a little more on the yellow side than the factory glue but stuck fine.

As far as tips to install I would say have 3 people; unroll, measure and cut to fit before you even open the glue can; do on a warm low wind day (we had wind issues); we had to glue both the vinyl and deck so this made it difficult. If you only have to glue the deck it should be a little easier. Also we rolled the vinyl back up and started at one end of the deck. We cemented about 2-3" of the deck and vinyl back at one time. When the glue got right we lifted the roll with the glued section of vinyl and slid a 4" SCH 40 PVC pipe under the glued vinyl. This aided us in evenly laying the vinyl. We just rolled the pipe and the vinyl stuck an inch at a time. Had we just laid a 2" piece out and it wrinkled we would have had a mess with the contact cement as it won"t come back up. With standard glue you could probably adjust and the pipe may not be necessary. We rolled each section with a roller after it stuck. We just went in 2-3" sections using this method  until we hit the end. If you do get a small wrinkle they roll out fairly easy. Also set all your glue, tools, etc. on cardboard or something because its easy to get the glue on the wrong side. Good luck with yours and hope it warms up for you soon!

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I have been working on this helm now for a few days along with wiring and putting break metal trim around the top of the roof so I can finish it. I put the gauges in so I could mount the wheel as I couldn"t stand not seeing it on anymore. I left leads out of each gauge which I labeled to be connected to the new wiring harness extension I ordered today. Man I am getting so close but have alot of little details left. I used the old gauge bezel so I have a missing speed gauge as I heard they were not accurate. I may cut a white board out with a smiley face in it if I can"t find a clock to fit here.

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  Just a thought here. I"m going to put a water pressure gauge in our houseboat and they are available in that size I"m almost certain. I figure since I"m not going to be able to ether see or really hear the motor on our houseboat it would be a value added safety item should I trim it to high or gather debris etc. I know I don"t want to burn up our motor  and consider pressure gauge an important feature. I"d also like to complement your work it"s looking real good and I know you"re going to get a lot of enjoyment out of it.
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Brian,

Your boat is looking real good. I like that paneling. Looks like you"ll be ready to launch soon.

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Thanks for the compliments! Gregg do you know where you saw the 3in water pressure gauge? The one in the line I bought from Bass pro was 2in. so I didn"t get. I already have a hose running from the old water gauge that was 2in. and found out my new motor has a tap as well so if I could find a 3in. in white that would be awesome!

 

PS moderators--I caught the in & ft. thing for once!! I did have to go back and change every number though

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I don"t recall seeing a 3 1/4 inch pressure gauge (although some are 3 inch overall diameter with the outer bezel), but maybe you could drill the hole for the 2 inch gauge and fit a white (or even black) background around it. Or you might be able to find a 4 inch white or black gauge blank cover and drill it out for the gauge.

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