What to do about saturated foam Block?

Discussion in 'Sunfish Talk' started by telluridescott, Aug 10, 2017.

  1. Webfoot1

    Webfoot1 Active Member

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    Bluebulb ProjectsGo to:
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    and type in 135 lb.

    One Sunfish = 9 Bowling Balls
    It's about one-forty-fifth as heavy as The Tongue of a Blue Whale.
    It's about one-two-hundredth as heavy as an Anchor of a Cruise Ship.
    It's about 300 times as heavy as a Hamster.
     
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  2. Chad Morris

    Chad Morris New Member

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    I like the thought of cutting strips of foam that will fit through the inspection port then gluing them together and to the hull and deck. Seems like a reasonably good idea to me.
     
  3. Chad Morris

    Chad Morris New Member

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    Wait what if you jammed some pool noodles in there? Then if something bad happened and it sank you could swim back to shore with the noodles!⛵‍♂️
     
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  4. Light and Variable Winds

    Light and Variable Winds Well-Known Member

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    At 15 pounds, my mini-dachshund was an easy carry. I used that one "Fido Unit" to mentally calculate the effort needed to lug outboards, small boats, and floor mounted power tools from place to place. :)

    Pool noodles would work in rescue operations when spare PFDs aren't available. :cool:

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  5. Light and Variable Winds

    Light and Variable Winds Well-Known Member

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    Here's a view you don't get very often—looking forward from the cockpit:

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  6. jleonard99

    jleonard99 Sunny Sailer

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    Good picture there. I like the cd idea.
     

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