Nu ne așteptam la asta! Obținerea de cherestea pentru construcția bărcii – Ep. 332 RAN Sailing

Nu ne așteptam la asta!  Obținerea de cherestea pentru construcția bărcii - Ep.  332 RAN Sailing

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39 thoughts on “Nu ne așteptam la asta! Obținerea de cherestea pentru construcția bărcii – Ep. 332 RAN Sailing

  1. I'm no boat building or woodworking expert, but since you needed to be so precise, isn't it a problem that the wood goes through all these humidity and temperature changes ? Isn't it going to warp and defeat the purpose of all those accurate CNC canvas ?

  2. That wood is amazing! I live here in British Columbia and I am very familiar with the wood from Haidi Gwaii, the old growth there has the tightest grain structure of any where in the pacific northwest. The very best!

  3. Wow!!! I almost fell out of my seat when you said the price. Super happy for you guys. Also a person who loves to work with wood I’m soooooo jealous seeing those planks. Can’t wait to see more. Keep up the awesome work. And being from BC Canada 🇨🇦 I love the cedar 😊

  4. You two are brave, but it is how u live your life or decided to have your life – may all the good forces be with u – said the 72 year Norwegian.. (Svein Yrvind must have somebody following)…

  5. The HAIDA stamp indicates the wood was processed by Haida Forest Products, located in Burnaby, a suburb close to Vancouver.
    They have been Western Red Cedar specialists since 1951 and would have sourced their Western Red Cedar from anywhere along the coast, not necessarily Haida Gwaii.

    Love your videos and hope to bump into you again in Ganges when you're next in BC.

  6. i feel so small in front of such a project, in front of so many cubic meters of wood planks and beams ! As you said : take care of yourself… Yeah … i will, you too ! 😯😯 (helped by google translate)

  7. Hi from New Zealand, from the prices of timber here in NZ you scored a real bargain, well done. I am sure you will use it wisely, especially that nice plank of teak. It would make a nice feature table in you saloon. Cheers – Ian

  8. Will you keep an account of how much you are spending on materials, tools, and other necessary things so that you will know how much your ship will have cost you when it is finally completed & have you already made an estimate as to what that figure will be? You two are doing a fantastic job of explaining, in detail, all of the forethought that has to go into such a project.

  9. Man that's an amazing stash of timber! As a young apprentice boatbuilder working at the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron. I had the privilege of Using really High Quality timber, especially Burmese teak.
    A really cool thing to do when you have run it through the saw is to put your hand on the board. Walk outside with the freshly cut piece and keep your hand on the board while the sunlight hits it for a few seconds then take your hand away and it will leave a hand print with the original pinky colour it happens really fast and is an amazing thing to watch.

  10. Amazing gift from the wood owner, all sorts of cool things could be made from that stock. Oak can be put to really good use as can all the others. Perhaps some family/friends could make something out of the extra's while you build. Laser etched and epoxy'ed key fobs, with image of Ran would make a nice merch item. The grain on the wood shows really even tree rings, must be almost ideal growing conditions in it's home environment(warm sunny summer, cool rainy winter…). The gods would surely be happy it's going into such a fine vessel!

  11. Biggest thanks should be to the man who was so generous to "give you" that wood, and the wood machines, was he in the video?
    My heart stopped when I saw wood that had be carefully stored in the dry for 30 years, being taken out and left in the rain over night and then stored wet without battens, however maybe it was not as bad as you made out?
    Finding this man who has so generously helped you was probably the most important event in this project.

  12. OMG 😱 WOW ‼️ Can you believe this wood ‼️‼️ And look how wide some of that teak and mahogany planks are. That would cost a fortune here in the USA. Good fortune to you guys. ✨ 🌊 💨 ⛵️🏝🌞✨

  13. Take this incredible wood and build a boat from it. Let the wooden hull show through. UV protect it from the sun, and use clear coatings to let this wood show through…. Holy Cow.
    "West System" Gougeon Brothers from Michigan, USA have build a few boats with the wood visible.. It would be stunning. Congratulations, and thank you for the video.

  14. I think some of that oak would go well with the mahogony for building some of the interior. You seem to be spoilt for choice of hardwoods, with beautiful teak, mahogony, and oak safely stored away.
    I was trying to imagine the aromas in that shed full of timber, and how it will smell when you start sawing and planing the red cedar. Pencil-sharpener heaven. . .

  15. Wonder if there's any Alaskan Yellow Cedar in that haul. Now that's an aromatic cedar! I found some full 2×6, 12' sticks a few years ago; straight, tight grain, and built a portico over our deck with it. Lots of boats were planked with red cedar here in the Pacific NW in the 30s to 60s. My boat is planked with Alaskan Yellow Cedar (1941), tho. A step up from red for carvel planking. The teak and mahogany is incredible! You will have lots of fun turning it into elegance. As mentioned earlier, some Oak down low, and/or at the waterline for those pesky half-submerged logs in Johnstone Strait. King tides here at the moment, so they're on the move.

  16. So happy for you for getting the cedar that you wanted. At the Soouthern tip of Africa I'm not at all familiar with western red cedar. Wish I could smell it, but YouTube not yet that sophisticated…

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