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 Post subject: 1993 Sea Nymph 16 ft vee
PostPosted: 06 Oct 2018, 14:28 

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A place for the batteries. I think I can get most of the foam from the middle bench under there.

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 Post subject: 1993 Sea Nymph 16 ft vee
PostPosted: 01 Nov 2018, 11:50 

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It's coming along. The color of the Silver Grey vinyl is much nicer than my phone can show.

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A different setting shows it better.

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 Post subject: 1993 Sea Nymph 16 ft vee
PostPosted: 24 Nov 2018, 16:24 

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On clear days I cover stuff with vinyl or frame something for a couple of hours before my back turns into a big knot. The tall spot is the control tower which may get a Lund type of folding shelf for the fish finder. We'll see. It looks kind of tricky.

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Playing with the camera settings.

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 Post subject: 1993 Sea Nymph 16 ft vee
PostPosted: 02 Jan 2019, 22:54 

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Man this rain, I think we've had something like 5 feet this year, a record. So nothing much has happened but the hatch switches finally came from China. The first kind I got were too difficult to push down. These are smooth and small and don't cost much so I got a few spares. They're made for fridgerator door lights.
I think these are the ones: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00EZ ... d_wg=nKBUw


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 Post subject: 1993 Sea Nymph 16 ft vee
PostPosted: 09 Feb 2019, 19:18 
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water bouy wrote:
The weather finally calmed down and I got a little done. The livewell is 39 x 10 x 11 = 18 gal.

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Boat is looking good. What did you make the livewell out of?



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 Post subject: 1993 Sea Nymph 16 ft vee
PostPosted: 09 Feb 2019, 19:33 

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Thanks. I'm using 6mm (.240") aluminum composite panels for the livewell and storage and the floors. Years ago we spent a summer working all around Oklahoma back when we had a textile industry. Good memories.

Forgot to say I used a lot of 5200 marine adhesive in and around the corners of the livewell. It's also going to get a vertical 2"piece of 1/8 aluminum at the rear. I wanna step on it without worrying.



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 Post subject: 1993 Sea Nymph 16 ft vee
PostPosted: 11 Feb 2019, 23:02 
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water bouy wrote:
Thanks. I'm using 6mm (.240") aluminum composite panels for the livewell and storage and the floors. Years ago we spent a summer working all around Oklahoma back when we had a textile industry. Good memories.

Forgot to say I used a lot of 5200 marine adhesive in and around the corners of the livewell. It's also going to get a vertical 2"piece of 1/8 aluminum at the rear. I wanna step on it without worrying.


I hope you enjoyed your time in Oklahoma and got to fish a little while you were here. I've worked all over NC as well. Lol.

So you're just taking those panels and using 5200 to connect them? That's an interesting idea. I don't think I've ever seen that done before.



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 Post subject: 1993 Sea Nymph 16 ft vee
PostPosted: 11 Feb 2019, 23:35 

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Yes 5200 and a few rivets. Mostly it rests against the angle. I looked at live wells for months but none turned up that were quite right. And that composite is sturdy stuff.



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