This morning there was a brief discussion regarding the best method of moving the concrete paving slabs into Waiouru. In the end Richard decided to use the forklift and side hatch.
However before he and James could commence we discovered some of the timber battens would have to be removed as they were obstructing the slabs.
The slabs were too wide to fit through the hatch horizontally which meant Richard and James had to lift them vertically.
They are too heavy for me to attempt to do any lifting and carrying. However Richard and James made short work of the task.
The last three bays at the back of the boat needed three slabs each to ensure there is sufficient weight at the stern, Every other bay only has one slab down the starboard (right) side for trim.
Once all the slabs were fitted on top of the roof felt I was left to refit the timber battens and complete the installation of the Kingspan.
The last task for the day was to vacuum the entire floor ready for the installation of the marine ply flooring. Richard and James will mark out and cut the sheets but I know who will be installing the 600+ screws.