"LADY SALINA"

 

Model                       :                   Norman 20

Cockpit                    :                   Rear

Year                           :                  1979?

Engine & Fuel         :                  Mariner Outboard petrol

Capacity                   :                  20 hp

Toilet                         :                  Portapotti

Also has VHF radio.

COMMENTS

My first boat, in need of some restoration, paid 300.00 for her, no electrics working, all windows need new rubbers. front  Perspex windows crazed and need replacing, leaks through roof and windows, canopy needs replacing, cockpit floor is rotten, outside rubber fender ripped and needs replacing and a good t-cut and clean.
moored in Arundel west Sussex, hoping to get a trailer and put on my drive to do the work on her. will post pic's on progress when I start.

hoping to get her on my drive on Sunday 17th (very excited can't wait) picking up new trailer on Saturday morning.
when the work is eventually done i hope to take her on various canals and waterways with my wife jill, daughter Rebecca, son Matthew and holly, one of our 4 dogs.


 

         

The latest work on "Lady Salina"

  1. sanded hull back to bare
  2. 2 coat's blakes underwater primer, 2 coats blakes cruiser antifoul
  3. took out all windows and re-sealed including new rubbers on most and new perspex to front
  4. took all fittings of and cleaned up what was being re-used
  5. sanded down rest of boat, 120 grit ,240 grit and after each coat i hand sanded with 400 grit, then 4 coats of blakes multicoat rollered and brushed on
  6. totally remade windscreen and added teak strip along top edge to help sturdy up
  7. made new teak grab rails and iroko fender
  8. fitted new canopy (supplied by Coverit)
  9. stripped out cabin and cockpit ready for re-fit
  10. refitted nav and spot lights, all new wiring, refitted windows, windscreen and fittings
  11. refitted newly serviced outboard re-routing cabling to allow for re-designed cockpit structure
  12. now in process of fitting out cockpit