Reconstruirea unei barci cu pânze din lemn: 140 de săptămâni mai târziu — Sailing Yabá

Reconstruirea unei barci cu pânze din lemn: 140 de săptămâni mai târziu — Sailing Yabá

Aducerea Yabá de la epavă la vis! Episodul 140 În acest episod al restaurării bărcii noastre, ne construim propriul cardan pentru aragazul și cuptorul nostru electric. Ben a avut totul planificat în cap și și-a testat abilitățile proaspăt învățate, amestecând tâmplăria și sudarea (și un pic de intuiție) pentru a face ca totul să funcționeze! Pe lângă proiectul gimbal, Adilson lucrează la a face dulapul cu arcul nostru o cameră de depozitare plăcută, astfel încât să ne luăm rămas bun de containerul nostru. 👉 ABONAȚI-VĂ pentru a nu rata noile episoade: PUTEȚI SUSȚINE PROIECTUL: 👉 Devenind patron – alăturați-vă pentru a debloca conținut exclusiv: 👉 Prin donații Paypal: sau 👉 Purtând produsele noastre: 👉 OBȚINEȚI INSTRUMENTELE NOASTRE PREFERATE: /sailingyaba Suntem pentru totdeauna recunoscători tuturor celor care ne trăiesc visul alături de noi ♥️ 🇧🇷 Legendas em Português em todos os episódos! 🇪🇸 Subtitluri în spaniolă în toate episoadele! 💙 Cine suntem noi? Suntem Ben și MP! Recent am decis să achiziționăm o goeletă din lemn cu doi catarge în Brazilia. Detaliul distractiv despre povestea noastră este că barca pe care am cumpărat-o se scufunda și se baza pe multe pompe de santină pentru a supraviețui, așa că a trebuit să o ridicăm pe uscat pentru a începe o reparație completă. Odată ce barca a fost ridicată (pentru prima dată în viața ei) ne-am dat seama că munca necesară a fost mult mai mult decât se aștepta. Între eliberarea sau acceptarea provocării, am decis să alegem a doua variantă. Urmărește-ne în timp ce readucem la viață Yabá cu ajutorul unei echipe uimitoare de constructori navali tradiționali, împărtășind fiecare fază a procesului, depășind culmile și dezavantajele și distrându-se pe parcurs. Mai multe despre noi: 👉 Despre noi + Întrebări și răspunsuri 👉 mai multe informații despre proiect 💙 Mulțumiri masive echipei noastre uimitoare de dulgheri care nu ne-au dezamăgit niciodată și continuă să uimește-ne la fiecare pas al procesului: Toninho, Zeca, Hélio, Claiton, William, Nezo, Nico, Adilson, Beto și Luiz. SUNTEȚI LEGENDE!


34 thoughts on “Reconstruirea unei barci cu pânze din lemn: 140 de săptămâni mai târziu — Sailing Yabá

  1. Will not the stove be off when you center the stove when the boat is on a slope. So when the boat is in the water it will not be level anymore?!

  2. Please put in a cubic wood stove and then do the yard a favor and cut up a bunch of your sacred scrap pile of wood with you 😂🏁🏴‍☠️🏴‍☠️🏴‍☠️🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🎆🎆🎇✨🎇🎆🏴‍☠️🏴‍☠️🏴‍☠️🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🇨🇦🏴‍☠️🏴‍☠️🏴‍☠️🏴‍☠️🇨🇦🇨🇦🎤🏁🏁🏁

  3. I had every faith that you’d work it out Ben. I was thinking going all mathematical, but you just used a dowel. Way easier.
    The bow locker looks great with the purple heart wood and slats.

  4. I recommend you renew the tape for the waterline every few days. Especially when it has rained on it. Otherwise it's a nightmare to pull it off. And yes, I am speaking out of experience. But great episode, like always! 👍

  5. Greetings from Australia. Have loved watching the boat transformation. Are you guys planning to sail just the America’s or the world??

  6. Hey Ben are you going to add in a swinging monkey bar above your head as you go down the main stair into the accomodation? This would make it easier to hold on your way down. Grabbing above your head maybe easier than reaching down for a rail.

  7. Mate, have you checked that stove gimbal with a large pot of water off centre on the stove top elements, did it throw the level off much ?

  8. I can see how the gimble arrangement will work when any weight is placed centrally but given the hot plates are not in the centre how will you be able to put a heavy saucepan on the front hot plate without it tipping off the edge?

  9. I would seriously consider adding a diesel powered generator to avoid complications with fuels on board.

  10. Great stuff Ben and MP. However you should consider that the stove and cooktop weigh a decent amount and if you are in heavy seas and the boat is getting pounded by waves, I don't think that your wooden box and two slim pivot points will hold very long. I think you should re-think the arrangement and make it all of steel and with a much bigger pivot point capable of taking the pounding that you might encounter in open water. 2 cents. Abraco.

  11. Love the way you are recycling the old good timber, and one thing I have noticed, you both have gained a lot of good skills, and I guess you both could just about get full time jobs in the yard once the boat is finished, but you will have to get signed off from your tutors ( The fantastic Boat yard staff )

  12. Hi Ben, I have built a similar gimballing box as you, about a year ago. considering the weight at the bottom, I added a shelf to store cans of foods, the shelf holds about 36 to 40 450g cans of food. I have a removable induction cooktop and an inverter microwave. The gas cooker can be fitted ontop of the box if needed. 240V power to behind and the gas line has been cleaned up and inspected. Works a treat. Off the shelf items is the go as they can be upgraded easily. 90 secs to boil water on the cooktop. 3mins + 30secs to cook 30 cookies. Great idea, best of luck.

  13. Hello. Ben, by doing your job, you are making my dreams come true with MP. It's nice watching you. However, you need to work on your technical approach. The wires should not be loose, it is dangerous to run them through wooden battens and leave them loose. You should use a minimum 20mm roller for your cooker. Remember that this will rock constantly and these tiny rods will need to hold the appliances and everything on and in them. Bushing well filled with phosphor bronze bushing, self-lubricating "bearing" and will not wear out too quickly.

  14. Been watching you guys for quite a while and think you're doing a great job really like the idea of electric galley one thing that would worry me is the forward hatch it just looks like it wouldn't take a big wave coming over the bows

  15. Ive finally finished binge watching this entire series. This is inspiring for those of us who, like me, are endeavoring to become amateur shipwrights that will one day build their own boat. Three cheers to Yaba and all the professionals and amateurs who helped get her to this point. She truly is an amazing vessel. Cheers!

  16. talvez seja melhor usar um sistema com dois eixos para compensar tanto o balanço lateral quanto o longitudinal. sei que o Yaba é um barco grande mas é recomendável se prevenir de qualquer situação.

  17. Choose the physical center for your stove box!
    Then, put permanent counter weight on the back or bottom of the box.

    Always keep a temp counterweight collection when cooking.

    Replace those handles with smaller crafted handles

  18. haha trying to find the center of gravity on a boat that is on a bank on land.. should just wait till you go in the water

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