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Flirt of paget

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About Flirt of paget

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  • Birthday 08/28/1965

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  • Location
    Gothenburg, Sweden
  • Interests
    Sailing, skiing & cars
  1. Older well known IOR Boats

    I have been there and talked to the current owners, it is my movies and I would be interested but current price is too high. She is, as far as I know from Facebook in a better mooring then the last few winters but she is in desperate need of a new owner with a lot of passion and whom would be willing to spend time and money
  2. Restoration Ron Holland IOR racer Flirt of Paget (2)

    Finally for today, two photos from last weekend, nice conditions and good company.
  3. Restoration Ron Holland IOR racer Flirt of Paget (2)

    Here is a small update from last night, I have had some bad experience with my Lopolight and I saw a very nice yacht in Newport RI last year so I descided to make one last attempt to get them to work and make new pullpits and pushpits as well as stanchions and feet for them in my favorite material... The stanchions are not ready but in the making.
  4. Restoration Ron Holland IOR racer Flirt of Paget (2)

    As mentioned by Jaramaz this is not about doing it simple, I am driven by the restoration part of it, the history and bringing things back to original or better condition. To save and show that old things can shine.
  5. Restoration Ron Holland IOR racer Flirt of Paget (2)

    It is kind of fun to read old comments and see all the detailed work we have and still do on Flirt. Thanks for the appreciation.
  6. Restoration Ron Holland IOR racer Flirt of Paget (2)

    Thanks, it was fun to upload some photos of current status, I have a few new things I will show in a few weeks... //FOP
  7. Restoration Ron Holland IOR racer Flirt of Paget (2)

    Fifth update, She was outside this winter due to lack of space in my normal shed, we made a tent with NOA supports in aluminium and a custom made cover. It worked out well but my spot is very open and not so nice when a strong W or SW blow in Gothenburg so I had to adjust and work on it the entire winter. The four last photos show the limited work we did wax, anti-fouling, polishing the prop and rigging.
  8. Restoration Ron Holland IOR racer Flirt of Paget (2)

    Fourth one if you can stand it; summer and sailing
  9. Restoration Ron Holland IOR racer Flirt of Paget (2)

    Third one; first three show Flirt from inside in full cruising mode. Installed a classic Alpine 7909L together with good speakers and two small amplifiers. This year I sent all my doors, hatches and drawer fronts on a serious weight saving program, before 21 kg and after approx 11 kg so from a percentage weight saving point of view it was a great success but in the big picture.... maybe not so important but it was fun to do it. The two last pictures show after sail from fall 2016.
  10. Restoration Ron Holland IOR racer Flirt of Paget (2)

    Second for today; First show one of the counter tops during vacuum bagging, second and fifth show the mast collar in the boat and third and fourth shelf´s for the wardrobe´s. The two last are dividers for the cutlery.
  11. Restoration Ron Holland IOR racer Flirt of Paget (2)

    Here´s another one, I made only temporary counter tops for the first year and here is a few pictures of the result, I was not happy with the structure on the carbonfiber so I decided to paint them instead of a nice clear coat.
  12. Restoration Ron Holland IOR racer Flirt of Paget (2)

    I take a few more of these fittings, they look pretty good and I am proud of the work we did ;-) First pic show my fitting, second photo show a standard fitting we used to just be able to install and make textile fit the arches. Third and fourth show prep work and before starting to weld fittings and tube. The last three are the hinges for the cockpit tent or Bimini if you prefer to call it that.
  13. Restoration Ron Holland IOR racer Flirt of Paget (2)

    Here comes fourth upload for today. For splash 2015 I ordered a new dodger and cockpit dodger to give some protection as well as increase living space when weather is bad. I made all fittings and arches myself and here is a few pics from that work.
  14. Restoration Ron Holland IOR racer Flirt of Paget (2)

    Third update for today. Just doing some sales work here...
  15. Restoration Ron Holland IOR racer Flirt of Paget (2)

    Here is another update on things we have done and parts I make for our yacht. First year we sailed with the cut down main and a Harken battcar system but problem was that the track had to stop above the old mainsail feeder and consequence was that headboard car came 10" higher then needed and without anything to step on on deck I needed to make a aluminium wedge in two pieces to allow the battcar track to pass over as well as that I had to re-machine the sail feed part. With the new mainsail we bought from Lundh Sails I wanted to make my own head board car in Titanium. I think they still have a few if anyone is interested to buy one. The two last pictures show the new and old spinn-boom car traveling inside a hidden track on our Stearn mast.