The steel to complete the shell sides roof and water tank arrived today.
Now all I need is some good weather a mini-digger to lift the sheets, oh and my knee to ease up so I can get on with construction. I went skiing last week and once again knackered my knee. Its become an annual event over the last few years, so I have made an appointment to see a knee specialist. I did the original injury 20 odd years ago skiing. I'll never learn SWIMBO says.
Many thanks to my friend Andrew for attending with his all-terrain forklift to unload the steel. It doesn't look much for £2k but there is about 2 tons all cut to size and some profile cutting.
I have the parts for the skeg as well as a couple of bits of steel I didn't order. I need to find out how the skeg goes together, although I shan't be needing that any time soon.