photos by Nereo ZaneWell my friends, things are looking better and better in the GSVVM shop.
Maestro Marcuzzi has brought the pupparin to a point where her lines are much more recognizable.
Detail work is materializing in the stern of the boat.
Among the many idiosyncracies of the pupparin, the raised poppa deck stands out as a cleverly engineered alternative to an otherwise standard in-the-boat rowing area from the sandolo family.
The deck area around the buso is now well-reinforced.
Luigino has also fabricated a floorboard.
Many Venetian boats are built asymmetric.
Without a doubt, the pupparin offers the best view of that unique curve that is such a trademark of the region.
Also, you may notice how the under-deck areas, which were painted sky blue, are now easier to see.
Something I love about construction photos, is that you can see the different types of wood used. Once the boat is painted, it all looks the same, but at this point the various tones are visible.