Truly beautiful work. I wish I had skills like that.
Please forgive my gatecrashing in here with personal Q’s
I recently finished a super light wind cruiser (165 x 58) round nose and flat tail with about 30mm concave and 50mm nose rocker .
It’s as weird as it sounds!
It was done with two 4mm pieces of ply glued for the shape with some left over carbon to stiffen stregthen. Heavy enough.
Do you (or others here) think i could achieve a mako wide (150x50) inspired board with the above technique (I was thinking to try 3mm this time (same number of plies) and a little more carbon (only on the bottom and not wrapped)? I note that the concave increases stifness measurably, hence the 3mm idea.
Is 50cm too wide for the 150 length ( i see the King is still only 45cm for 165!!) is the some magic to thi formula?
I know it will be heavy but I am just not confident enough to invest lots of time and $ not achieve a result.
Thanks in advance (to all) for any input.