52 ft. Cross-designed trimaran. Wooden boat building and boatwright skills were applied here to re-construct the fair lines of this multihull. The insurers were doubtful as to her salvageability. However, she is now plying the turquoise waters of the Bahamas. The original builders used cold molding method of veneer and epoxy lamination and my job was to step the new veneer in layers onto the adjoining surfaces and first make sure the detached bow was in the right place. Longitudinal stringers were attached to bulkheads first just as in wood airplane constuction. Once the woodwork was complete several layers of fiberglass were then applied. This wreck was caused because the owner left the boat tied to the dock during a cat-5 hurricane and she went up oen the pilings.