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I'm curious about corregated metal siding such as I saw (from a distance) on house boats at Granville Island in vancouver last weekend. Corrugated sheets are available in many metals including stainless steel, painted aluminum, plain aluminum, painted galvanized steel, epoxy-coated galvanized steel, the latter has been used in offshore oil rigs. The last type you mention sounds very much like the standard roofing material in Australia .
Corrugated iron walls and roofs are very common in Australia and many houses located right on the beach have them. I built a small storage shed out of zincalume about 35 years ago (in an almost-non-marine environment) and it's still going strong. As stated above colorbond should be good for 10-20 years and easy enough to replace when it goes.
The only thing I can tell you so far about the paint finish is that it's remarkably pliable because in discussing the manufacturing process, I learned that my supplier receives the stock as a large roll that is prepainted.
Someone above mentioned hurricanes - and there is a way to apply this material that meets the Miami-Dade standard for wind loading.
If you wish to add more photos (or videos) to your post or if you have any problems loading photos use the link below (there is no need to resize or adjust your photos). So, before selecting your photo please use the 'Message Box' to indicate to which post the photos belong. Some large and simple designs are produced, George Buehler is one of the proponents of this.
I, personally, don't believe that building a 50' should take much more than 125% the time as a 35', given similar internal structures.


So, in the end, it comes down more to complexity, than to size, for what determines build time.
In fact we redesigned a 70ft of 86000lbs to 88ft and 130000lbs, thats about 50% increased displ. His answer was that the two would be about equally complex to build and the added length (being not much more than hull structure) not all that much more expensive, but that by going longer, he could have more storage, a longer sea-riding length (thus faster and more comfortable), and didn't have to cram living space into the (uncomfortable) ends of the boat. On the thread topic- so it looks like we have estimates ranging from 1.5 to 5 pounds an hour for typical boats and typical amateur or lazy professional builders, and possibly as much as 15 pounds of boat an hour for a really pro crew building a big, simple boat. Second observation is that in boatbuilding there's much less automation going on (due to amount of each model being made)? When thinking about this I tried to make an analogy to the way cars are built and it seems to me that the parts being assembled at a car factory are made by a lot of sub contractors.
If there is already just a bit more than an empty shell in your design, how can you expect that there will be almost no difference in cost when you double the displacement? Richard robherc 01-19-2009 03:49 PM If you're just building a light, empty shell, then you're probably going to DECREASE your beam when you go from 30' to 50', which would make the 50' boat rock a little differently in beam waves, but take a bit less than the 67% more materials for if you keep the same beam. If you raise the beam 67% too, then you're going to be paying quite a bit more for materials. Below are some pictures of Long White Cloud, a Mobjack (LFH) 43' ketch cold-molded in NZ a few years back.
To get WoodenBoat delivered to your door or computer, mobile device of choice, etc, click WB Subscriptions. On the other hand, I can also see others' points that the 50' will be more marketable if it's more complex, and thus it takes significantly longer to build.


So, if having a longer boat they like to have more beds bathrooms and the like.But if youre fine with a 50ft and translate the accommodation into say 75ft just to get a better speed and some elbowroom you have a win win situation.
For instance, while I might be able to coax myself into longboarding one side of the 30' hull in a couple hours (and take a break after), I'd prob. There can be few environments harsher for housing materials than an Australian surf beach as the air is constantly laden with salt spray but this material commonly lasts many years in such environments. It appears as a rich bright finish with a much finer chrystaline structure then traditional galvanising, which is why us architects like it so.
Having a lot more storage to spoil, a locker to hang your soaked rags, a wider icebox and the extra space for some 24 more beercase is not a big factor on your bill. While in ship building it seems to me that the amount of parts arriving ready to be finished are fewer. It can stay bright for 25 years, maybe longer in almost all environments including coastal. The extra m² of hull plating and interior paneling, the 100 ft of additional piping and wiring, what´s that? When you think about it, there is really no lake in the world that we could not simply drive around or fly over.



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