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Top coat applied to Bondi 36 interior

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The interior of the Bondi 36 finally sparkles in snow white instead of carbon fibre black. The time span between the ‘before’ and ‘after’ picture is almost exactly 2 years. In this time the deck was bonded, the interior fit out completed and major equipment such as the engine installed. Countless hours were spent filling and sanding the surfaces and two layers of primer were applied to ensure the final appearance is perfect.


The Bondi 36 is a very advanced home building project carried out in Hamburg, Germany. The whole boat has been built using foam cores and carbon fibre skins with epoxy resin. Both deck skins as well as the hull outer skin were vacuum infused which is usually a technique reserved for the best professional yards. The whole yacht has been designed by KJ Engineering using 3D CAD software. As a result of this the built tolerances are around 1 mm. Such small tolerances ensure that all parts fit into the boat the first time without needing adjustment. This in turn speeds up the construction process significantly.

Launch of the Bondi 36 is scheduled during the European spring 2016.

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