Thank you to everyone who has joined the blog recently. Many of you have made comments about your concern for the ballast and the horizontal stability of the tsunamiball. Here […]
Top 5 Things I think you should know before you form an opinion about Tsunamiball I do not think that a tsunami is going to hit Palo Alto, California. Yes, I am […]
Today was a cut day, which means I have run out of strips for the boat, so I take full 4’x8′ sheets of marine plywood and cut them down into […]
In the process of adding layers to the upper hull, the portholes are covered. To release them, its a quick four step process: Using a long drill bit, drill from […]
MAR 14, 2014 02:03 PM ET // BY ALYSSA DANIGELIS Maybe Noah was just preparing for a tsunami with that ark. Designer Chris Robinson has never sailed a boat before, but he’s spent […]
This is the first topside hull layer that spans the boat. To make the hull strong, the stripping has to run across the previous stripping/planking layer as much as possible. […]
I have become one with my belt sander. Using a belt sander is fast and efficient and as long as I stay focused and balanced all is well.