Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Jack R. Whitener.|
|LC Classifications||VM321 .W43|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 128 p.|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||76124468|
Should you chose to build a Ferro cement boat or just learn how they are built as you dream of building your dream--this and Hartleys Ferro-cement boat building are certainly the two best books 5/5(1). Ferro-cement Boats is not just updated from Hartley's previous books, but an entirely new book. A book based on the authors hands-on personal experiences of more than 35 years of building, repairing, surveying and designing ferro-cement boats. Fully detailed with many pictures and drawings in fact everything you will ever need to know about ferroboats from dinghys to submarines!!! Contents. It's old and it doesn't say what type of boat it gives instructions to build on the used book advertisements. It's a ferro cement book building book, but are there any boats you've heard of built by this book's plan? blackdaisies, #1. I wasn't expecting much from a 40+ year old book on ferrocement, however the author expertly introduces you to the unique properties of ferrocement construction and it possibilities. The book is actually still very relevant seeing how we still have no national or international standards for ferrocement s: 9.
Boat building books and guides from Hartley Boats are the perfect additional resource to go with our boat plans. Packed with drawings and photographs giving in-depth details of construction and fitting out of both power and sailboats in plywood, wood, grp/frp and steel for both amateurs and professionals. Ferro-cement Boat Book $ (USD). Ferro-cement is the name given by English speaking people to a boat building method using steel wires covered with a sand and cement plaster, patented in by the French, who called it Ferciment. Ferciment boats built before are still in existence and at least one is still afloat. I don’t have the time to write you a book, but here goes. Martin Iorns (deceased) owned a company in California that built ocean going laminated ferrocement sail boats. If I remember correctly, the hull was one inch thick. Martin and his partner i. A Manual of Ferro-cement Boat Building. John Samson, Geoff Wellens. Samson Marine Design Enterprises, - Boatbuilding - 79 pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Section 1. Section 2.
Quote: "The first sections of this book are devoted to building ferro cement hulls, but the later sections of the book which deal with timber and plywood cabinsides, cabintop, tops, joinery, etc., apply to yachts and launches of any construction". What you do is build a wooden frame in the shape of the boat you want, tack on several layers of chicken wire and metal rods and then cement over all your mistakes (you'll have a lot more leeway. 6. CONSTRUCTION OF A FERROCEMENT HULL. Introduction Design Supporting the structure Keel, backbone and stem construction Frame, web and floor construction Setting up the frames Sheer or gunwale Knuckle line Fairing in the frames Beamshelf construction The hull reinforcement. Stock plans of ferro-cement boats. powerboats and sailboats (Hartley's Boat Plans) and (Samson 'Ferro-cement Boats' by Colin Brookes mSNAME. amRINA.. The newest and most concise book on ferro-cement boats. y, design, building, repair, .