Zeke McFadin is the Project Manager for the Gia Li, a catamaran yacht hauled out at Port Townsend Shipwrights Co-op for a 3 foot stern extension. The vessel was built last year. It is a bit high in the bow, needing more buoyancy aft. A longer water line will also allow for more speed. In addition, they are replacing the plate rudders with articulated rudders for better steering performance. Zeke and Paul are fabricating the extension with aluminum that has been precut. Additional patterns are being made by Christine Jacobson in the shop.
This entry was posted on June 4, 2013 by debraswan. It was filed under Motor Vessels, new work and was tagged with boat construction, boat repair, boat restoration, Christine Jacobson, Gia Li, large vessel, Mercer Island, metal fabrication, Metal work, Paul Van Dyke, Port Townsend Shipwright's Co-op, power catamaran yacht, shipwright, shipwrights, Stern extension, Wa, welding, Zeke McFadin.