It's a 5' x 20" by 7/16" double ender
9mm of concave deepest in the middle flowing into a double in the single off the tail.
The rails are quite low (like a performance shorty) with a very sharp edge on them in the back 3/4 of the board into a slight chime rolled front 1/4.
The rail line rocker is a 18ft ark with the stringer rocker more like a 'sled' getting flatter nose to tail, tail being flatter.
... I got all the numbers for the tail, nose, rocker by dividing length and widths by 1.618 (that golden ratio number).
I'm undecided exactly where i'll be putting the little finlettes, twin mini keel 5.5" base 1.5" high... maybe around 9" up with 1/8" toe.
So, it's basically a finless slip and slide.
Fun days ahead :)
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Very nice. You do good work. Looking forward to a ride report. You sure took a diff approach with this one. I do like it. I like the fin idea too. More pics when you finish pls.
All the best
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4oz bottom lam... PE resin mmmm give me epoxy any day haha. PE it is, for now.
I admire your penmanship.
Working on a small wave Board. It's a 602a us blank cut down to 5'11" with kind of a nose rider front end and quite a wide pin tail. Try d to leave as much width in the middle. Going to try and get the thickness down to about 21/2". Probably going to stick a box fin in and hopefully leave it with a single fin. Going old school with a flat bottom.
Ohana Board Co
Egg with stepdeck to maximaze volume
6'8'' x 23'' x 3''
Nose 19'' 1/4
Tail 17'' 1/16
Pink malachite style
thats rad, excellent work.
I glassed the deck with 2oz insert and 4oz.
I like this pic, it shows how much roll the deck has before the deep swallow ark tail.
just finished this big boy quad and did my first resin swirl
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