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Canoe Cove Association - Building 42' Sedan


To Promote the Ownership and Enjoyment of Boats Manufactured
by Canoe Cove Manufacturing
CCM Factory Pictures

This series of pictures provided by Don Matheson from the CCM Archives, document the developement and construction of the first 42' boat started in Jan. 1984 and launched Aug. 6, 1984. The boat first went to the Seattle Boat Show and then to Toronto for the boat show in Sept.

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During Dec. a hull plug was constructed based on modifications mad to the CC 41'hull
In Jan. the 42' plug is being fiberglassed and faired.
Feb. - April the plug was faired, sanded and polished with 600 grit wet/dry to a mirror finish.
Feb. - April the plug was faired, sanded and polished with 600 grit wet/dry to a mirror finish.
Feb. - April the plug was faired, sanded and polished with 600 grit wet/dry to a mirror finish.
Feb. - April the plug was faired, sanded and polished with 600 grit wet/dry to a mirror finish.
Hull plug inside plastic shelter for waxing and cleaning.
Tooling gelcoat was sprayed on the waxed plug and the fiberglass layup of the mold applied.
Mold complete with box frames capping the hull mold. Ready to be rolled out of the shop
Hull mold and plug outside.
May 7/84, the crane is picking up the hull mold and plug.
As it rolls her right side up the wood hull jig can be seen.
Continuing the roll over.
May 11 - right side up she is rolled into the fiberglass shop.
The hull plug is
The new mold is cleaned and waxed, then white gelcoat sprayed in and the hull laid up.
Hull #42-01 is now complete with stringers.
Jan. and Feb. the wood plug of the deck, salon, trunk and cockpit was constructed.
The wood plug of the deck, salon, trunk and cockpit.
The wood plug of the deck, salon, trunk and cockpit.
The wood plug of the deck, salon, trunk and cockpit.
Trunk windshield
Trunk windshield
Cockpit
March - The deck plug was figerglassed.April, May the plug was sanded and polished.
Non skid panels being fitted.
May 16 - waxing the deck plug.
All non skid panels in place.
June 12 - deck mold after being turned over & Jig removed.
Feb - March, the plug for the flybridge was constructed.
Flybridge Construction
April - May the bridge plug was figerglassed, sanded and polished.
The flybridge mold was layed up and completed by the end of June.
Helm under construction
Galley underway
Port Salon
Starboard almost finished
Launch Day, Aug. 6, 1984!
Launch Day
After going to the boat show in Seattle
She was then shipped to Toronto for a Boat Show there.
Sept. 18, 1984 in Toronto.