Repainting my 30yr Old ITALIAN YACHT!

15.10.2020
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In today's episode we're repainting the B IS FOR BOAT!
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  • just wanted to let you know ive seen you're comments about painting the anodes, and we will fix that up next time we are out at the boat. We were following what was done before and apparently that was the wrong way. I thought all they needed was a clean connection between the metal they were protecting but after doing research its clear they'll do better without paint on them, easy fix!

    B is for BuildB is for Build10 päivää sitten
    • Don't let the negativity bother you. Happy you caught it. Part of the thing I love about this channel is if something doesn't work out you guys always go back and try again.

      Darin WolbersenDarin Wolbersen6 päivää sitten
    • *Your

      AR17AR177 päivää sitten
    • @Rory he knows...

      chase weekschase weeks8 päivää sitten
    • At least you're learning something new every day, though. Unfortunately it is in front of 287,000+ people (based on current view count for the video).

      chase weekschase weeks8 päivää sitten
    • @sledbc right! This guy is ignoring everyone who knows boats. He painted the props 🤦‍♂️ he's going to have to tune and balance those props for the new engines anyway. Plus... You don't paint props

      N M.N M.9 päivää sitten
  • Yacht ownership is certainly a glamorous life ! :)

    David GoodwinDavid Goodwin12 tuntia sitten
  • I sub to this channel to see the boat, not to jump to another channel, un sub here, good luck with your boat.

    JohnJohnPäivä sitten
  • You talk to damn much, more work less talking

    will meldrumwill meldrumPäivä sitten
  • Those set screws just hold the Cutlass bearing in the prop strut. with the shafts pushed aft the way they are ,you probably have a corroded section of prop shaft in contact with the Cutlass bearing. push your shafts forward spray a little water on them for lubrication and see if they spin better.

    Steve GemSteve GemPäivä sitten
  • Great job, like I said before you don’t have to explain anything to anyone, use whatever motors you want bro!

    Scott ThomasScott ThomasPäivä sitten
  • Are you gonna build one of the new engines to run counter or backwards?

    cory Murphycory MurphyPäivä sitten
  • Beautiful job on the painting and restoration. Can't WAIT for the complete re-power, and don't listen to all the negative comments about changing the powerplants. You do you. I don't think any of these folks paid for the boat, or the engines you're putting in. I think it'll be badass. I've had large boats (not 40' long) with gasoline engines, and as long as they're purpose-built marine engines, and you take care of them, you'll be just fine.

    Mike de MirandaMike de Miranda2 päivää sitten
  • With a boat from that age, you should considering replacing the cutlass bearings and also the rudder bearings.

    Xh XbXh Xb2 päivää sitten
  • Painting the hydraulic cylinders? Painting the anodes? Painting the props ? Yeah i might skip subscribing..

    HissmannenHissmannen2 päivää sitten
  • 😂🤣😂 those zincs will last forever now!

    John TrahanJohn Trahan2 päivää sitten
  • 👍👋👋👋😁

    James WeaverJames Weaver3 päivää sitten
  • Love the channel mate looking forward to seeing the finished product. Have you coincided using maybe jet ski propulsion tech? Just a thought 4 JetSkis plenty of room and can be turbo charged!

    Damien LeckeyDamien Leckey3 päivää sitten
  • It's NOT a YACHT - it's a MOTOR BOAT!!

    Paul WieringaPaul Wieringa3 päivää sitten
  • Unfollowing after a year...you’re the laziest you tuber out there with barley 3 videos a month of other people doing work....you’re not famous, you still have to work!!!

    Steven RodenSteven Roden3 päivää sitten
  • That is a seriously beautiful boat! Even though I was one of the many voices thinking that diesel engines would be the best, I understand your thinking and now I'm looking forward to the wonderfully raucous sound of 2 hotrodded big blocks with straight pipes (the straight pipes are just an assumption on my part, but one can hope). It will sound BAD-ASS!! ⚓⚡💥⚡💥⚡💥🚤

    Michael PreyerMichael Preyer3 päivää sitten
  • Most people can't get their friends to help with anything. Meanwhile, you have Oscar and Kyle slaving away. You must have incredible dirt on them! :)

    Chris HilyerChris Hilyer3 päivää sitten
  • B is for boring. Maybe I'll check back when the car projects start again. This shit is lame

    BRI2K TVBRI2K TV3 päivää sitten
  • Replace your zincs

    Taylor McCroskeyTaylor McCroskey3 päivää sitten
  • I saw you videos concerning the (upcoming) swap of motors. You mentioned that you probably would need to add some extra weight to have the same balance. However, consider to have an extra clutch from transfluid (or similar) from Italy. This would give you a hybrid running on either combustion, electricity or both and even be able to use the the electrical engines as generators... There are probably a lot of companies out there who does something similar, the only reason I know of transfluid is, that i would like to have it myself but I am not really there yet (financially:) in my own project (larger engines... mtu 12v 396). Check it out at www.transfluid.us/product/hm/ (I have no idea of quality from transfluid etc., but I like the concept).... still, you need a lot of battery power (adding a lot of weight...:)

    okm1971okm19714 päivää sitten
  • You should have the props checked out by a prop shop. The starboard prop has damage and may cause a vibration when you install the new engines.

    SailingadventureSailingadventure4 päivää sitten
  • I think it's funny that people tune in to watch the progress of the project, and then pick apart his approach. I don't see anyone else who is doing a large cruiser project. NW boaters rock!

    Kim CouperKim Couper4 päivää sitten
  • How long is the boat?

    Brett 1Brett 14 päivää sitten
  • Delete if not allowed, trying all I can to make sure my best friend is sent off the right way. I'm doing a reach out for support and/or prayers for my best friend, he is currently dying from cancer, and I am trying to help raise the money needed for burial cost. His condition has gotten worse today, and they are moving him into Hospice on Friday, the cancer is causing multiple organ failure and only machines are keeping him alive at the moment. If you cannot or do not want to donate, that's cool, just a prayer for his family and for him would work. Money raised will be used for casket, plot and headstone, around $3500 is needed. gf.me/u/y48h8t

    GRAND HIT GAMINGGRAND HIT GAMING4 päivää sitten
  • You should have had ChrisFix soundbites.. "The before... and the after! Isn't that amazing!" Lol. I watch ChrisFix all the time if you can't tell. :)

    P MillerP Miller4 päivää sitten
  • You didn't paint over the zink.

    EgilEgil4 päivää sitten
  • Instead of B IS FOR BUILD it so be B IS FOR BUTCHER

    Ontarionorther BoysOntarionorther Boys4 päivää sitten
  • Shot you an email over last night, lets make that Riva a smart boat!

    SeaSafeSeaSafe4 päivää sitten
  • rebuilt VTA903 $8500 each. brand new never run VTA903 $11,500 each. ADELMANS Canton, OH 1-800-643-2001 or 330-456-0206

    J.C. KohleJ.C. Kohle4 päivää sitten
  • Replace those cutlass bearings while you have that boat out of the water.

    michael carawaymichael caraway4 päivää sitten
  • to all the comments on painting the zinks will cause a loss in their effectiveness...not true at all...2 or 3 days in the water they will be bare zink again...just wanted to comment on the red that was on your rudder that you mentioned "could it be rust"...it actually is the same type of black paint you put on the hull, its called Red Iron oxide Primer, typical bottom paint...your comment section is ridiculous, everyone should chill out and might acually learn something...

    Chris HaberlandChris Haberland4 päivää sitten
  • really enjoyed the video - did you paint the inner hydraulic cylinders?

    Pip GracePip Grace4 päivää sitten
  • D is for Disaster

    feistyfeisty4 päivää sitten
  • Those Tabs are Stainless Steel... those set screws hold your cutlass bearing in place and no they get tighter because of angle and weight, replace them ! oh and if you didn’t know you only have 30 days to put that paint in water or it dies... That aluminum paint just turned all that bronze into a battery... Dude put the tools down and get someone from the marine industry help you !

    Tony AlexanderTony Alexander5 päivää sitten
  • Besides the zincs, should also not paint the hydraulic pistons on the trim tabs. That shiny stainless steel piston should have been masked off before painting. With paint on it, when you retract the tabs all the way, the paint may damage the cylinder seals and cause a hydraulic leak.

    Z06ifiedZ06ified5 päivää sitten
  • Can't watch this guy any more... not with this poor boat anyway

    Daniel PaulsonDaniel Paulson5 päivää sitten
  • sorry bro boats are bowring

    terry marinopoulosterry marinopoulos5 päivää sitten
  • I highly suggest repairing or replacing your starboard prop. All those bends and nicks will introduce cavitation, let alone unbalance your prop.

    TuxedomakdarienTuxedomakdarien5 päivää sitten
  • So if you remove a lot of weight from the boat it won’t sit at the design height in the water. This will cause a number of issues including it not handling very well. Might be worth considering. Love your work.

    Edward BullEdward Bull5 päivää sitten
  • Very interesting video, thanks!

    jroar123jroar1235 päivää sitten
  • Please...Just call it anti-fouling paint, bottom paint or bottom coat like the rest of us! Ablative paint sounds too technical and snobbish.

    Zukes RubiconZukes Rubicon5 päivää sitten
  • Oscar is very hard working 👏👏👏👏

    KLASIKSKLASIKS6 päivää sitten
  • What happened to the single seater apocalypse build??? Been 3 months since content.

    Life Inside The BoxLife Inside The Box6 päivää sitten
  • I've been reading the comments, and I'm starting to think you shouldn't paint the zincs!

    Jester123ishJester123ish6 päivää sitten
  • Also maybe consider painting the white topdeck with Spectralon the whitest known white fistream.info/work/videot/acqiic-ehJu0nmA this means it reflects light far better than anything currently known on our planet

    Grady HarperGrady Harper6 päivää sitten
  • Not to be to hinky but the rear of the boat is called the Stern, front is called the Bow, right side is Starboard, left side is Port. Bathroom is the Head, kitchen is the Galley beds are Births. Etc. As a kid l had to know these things as my father built boats. Anyway great project you have! 😎

    Lee TinglerLee Tingler6 päivää sitten
  • for a good time, take a shot every time he says ablative paint.

    DundaBlueboneDundaBluebone6 päivää sitten
  • you are gonna need new pitched props if you are going for a repower

    gavin fgavin f6 päivää sitten
  • Now would be a really good time to address any issues with the cutlass bearings and shaft seals. Also make sure that your props are good and ready to be removed as you will be doing it a lot in the near future in an attempt to make them work with an LS

    porschecoyoteporschecoyote6 päivää sitten
  • electrolysis is the reason for the anodes

    Rob MotuzasRob Motuzas6 päivää sitten
  • 20:55 HI MOM

    MultiLuc28MultiLuc287 päivää sitten
  • Those are zinc's at the center of the props also, FYI.

    p1R4tm1k3p1R4tm1k37 päivää sitten
  • Hey Chris. I love this project, and I love this Riva. I have been looking at this model for years. You are all about creating content and taking risk. You learn in the process. Good for you. This is a big undertaking and will be the source of a lot of great, educational content - for you as well as your followers. In the process you will gather new subs from the boating world. The more the merrier. Just follow through on this project. Do your LS swap, but do it properly. There is more to it than just swapping the engines. You have a lot of fiberglass and gelcoat work ahead of you. Maybe source some assistance from a boatyard and run the weight saving numbers by a naval architect. I´m super excited to see where this is going, as I have never seen an LS swap on a classic boat like this, except some purpose build wooden runabouts. Consider this: New engines => new gas tank => new props => new shaft bearings and seals => new cutlass bearings => new wiring => new electronics => new radar => new cockpit gelcoat = new upholstery => new bimini - and in the end you will have a fast and modern classic. It will not be cheap, but it will be fun!

    belledetectorbelledetector7 päivää sitten
  • rust bullet was developed by the navy for their ships.. i'd so went with that for most of this..

    Viking's MancaveViking's Mancave7 päivää sitten
  • Paint looks awesome!

    Ethan MacherasEthan Macheras7 päivää sitten
  • Please stop you have no clue what you are doing. So many mistakes already

    PWRstrokesmokePWRstrokesmoke7 päivää sitten
  • Reading the comments got me to the conclusion that painting the anodes its a crime and the boat will sink 😱😎

    Cesar Abreu BurgosCesar Abreu Burgos7 päivää sitten
  • Looking great!

    David CarusoDavid Caruso7 päivää sitten
  • I wouldve had to fight the urge not to do WWI dazzle camo.

    DistractedConstantlyDistractedConstantly7 päivää sitten
  • put the fenders away......

    westcorkman1westcorkman17 päivää sitten
  • The props or wheels need occasional reconditioning.

    Pete AdamsPete Adams7 päivää sitten
  • Those are called cutless bearings.

    Charlie BrinsonCharlie Brinson7 päivää sitten
  • Hey guys. I can see that starboard prop knocking your shaft and bearings to bits. Needs attention man

    mark perrinsmark perrins7 päivää sitten
  • Great job! You guys are clearly on a learning curve and mistakes are part of that, So far so good! Boat is looking stunning and de videos contain great content 😃 stay positive and keep on going

    Klaver 4Klaver 47 päivää sitten
  • Great job guys, you guys are clearly on a learning curve and mistakes are part of that, So far so good! Boat is looking stunning and de videos are great content 😃 stay positive and keep on going

    Klaver 4Klaver 47 päivää sitten
  • Looks really good so for.

    troykatt05troykatt057 päivää sitten
  • When are u going to work on the single seater build?

    Blake HudsonBlake Hudson7 päivää sitten
  • Thanks for lsx vid, the vid shows that you have indeed a head on your shoulders and thought out you options. I did not get that impression in some of the previous boat vids, hence strong comments. Frankly, i wish you the best of luck, i am curious how the weight forward pans out. In a article on straight drives and speed it turns out that it may help at speed to have weight forward. The racers of the day 1950's 60's just before stern drives used to fill ballast in the bow to level the boat at speed. Only test driving the boat will tell the whole story. Best of luck!

    Jord MosselmanJord Mosselman7 päivää sitten
  • .looks great good job 👍

    Flat FLSTFFlat FLSTF7 päivää sitten
  • Hey do you have a discount code for carly? been looking at it for a phew months now but find it's a wee bit pricey but I know it's worth it

    Tristan HollandTristan Holland7 päivää sitten
  • Qualified captain fenders on the hardstand 😋😋

    Chris KueChris Kue7 päivää sitten
  • Dont put any paint on your anodes

    Chris KueChris Kue7 päivää sitten
  • Now you have employees?

    señorseñor7 päivää sitten
  • I own a boat that has sunk, burned and seized within 5 years. I love boating. ps. Im a engineer officer on merchant ship, so it has to be just bad luck with the boat. :D

    Wade ThimbeyWade Thimbey7 päivää sitten
  • Not sure what paint you used. If you leave the boat in the water year around. Use a hard paint. Ablative paint is good for a boat that is trailered. It will reactivate. It works. It's just hard paint will last longer. Seahawk paint lasted 6 seasons for me. West marine paint 2 seasons. Interlux 3 seasons. Seahawk paint is the 💩 www.bottompaintstore.com/blog/bottom-paint/difference-hard-bottom-paint-ablative-bottom-paint/

    demoCRAPS suckdemoCRAPS suck7 päivää sitten
  • You're you are likley to have vibrations due to your starboard prop being out of balance due ot the huge chunck out of it.

    Jason AlexanderJason Alexander7 päivää sitten
  • DO NOT PAINT YOUR ZINCS. They won't work if you do.

    Jason AlexanderJason Alexander7 päivää sitten
  • Paint came out great!

    Aurelien Du PasquierAurelien Du Pasquier7 päivää sitten
  • please stop calling your boat a yacht

    William LarssonWilliam Larsson8 päivää sitten
  • Hope you're going to move the stands and paint where they used to be before it goes made in the water - unless you already did and I missed it worry. Also, make sure your engines are expertly aligned and shimmed - you would anyone I'm sure. Between that and having my props blueprinted, all my vibrations vanished :)

    Geoff InfieldGeoff Infield8 päivää sitten
  • Dont paint the anodes!!!!

    Filip PersbergFilip Persberg8 päivää sitten
  • B is for boring .. 😝

    Freddy 4everFreddy 4ever8 päivää sitten
  • Shafts look like they been pushed back, when you've removed the engined.

    Stephen McferranStephen Mcferran8 päivää sitten
    • The Shiny bit would be running inside the cutlass bearing.

      Stephen McferranStephen Mcferran8 päivää sitten
  • Check the prop seals whilst the boat is out of the water. They may not have been changed in years and the rubber may deteriorate whilst it's out of the water. Also could be the reason for the prop not spinning

    silva69erssilva69ers8 päivää sitten
  • two minute and 45 second ad???? jfc

    Jacob BJacob B8 päivää sitten
  • I was expecting plasti-dip to go with the LS’s haha jk...kinda haha

    J SummersJ Summers8 päivää sitten
  • And you talking too much

    Corrie McleanCorrie Mclean8 päivää sitten
  • Stupesssssss hate your sponsorship

    Corrie McleanCorrie Mclean8 päivää sitten
  • Chris, leave the propellers alone because you will need a set with a totally different design for gas engines

    CivicChinaCivicChina8 päivää sitten
  • Before and After of the Fore and Aft. Ithankyou

    jamo9008jamo90088 päivää sitten
  • Do those dudes work for you?

    On ixOn ix8 päivää sitten
  • Carly is the only ad I am glad I watched....

    On ixOn ix8 päivää sitten
  • Lover from Yemen 😍

    Haytham AlnazerHaytham Alnazer8 päivää sitten
  • i hope that stuff they are using to paint the bottom of the boat every year is biodegradable and ok for the envoirnment....

    the real jesus christthe real jesus christ8 päivää sitten
  • One in a zillion they would tighten those set screws, as you would have to have less than no knowledge of a prop shaft...

    Jeff ThurbJeff Thurb8 päivää sitten
  • Are You Replacing The Cummins Turbo Diesels with BIG Block Gas / Petrol Engines ? Most People Would Go in the Other Direction, Gas to Turbo Diesel. 1) Your Fuel Costs Will Multiply By MANY Times. for Every 1 Gallon of Diesel Use, You Wil Use 2, 3, or 4 Gallons of Gas + Severe CUT in You Travel Range. + I Believe 1 US Gal' of Boat Gas Costs More Than 1 US Gal' of Boat Diesel in USA. 2) Safety = In-Board Petrol / Gas Engines + BIG Fuel Tanks a VERY Small Leak of Petrol / Gas = a LOT of Fuel Vapour + Air = BIG Potential for Explosion & Fire

    Gobble De GookGobble De Gook8 päivää sitten
  • Hi

    Ben SuggsBen Suggs8 päivää sitten
  • Oh, be sure to put a second coat of paint on all the sacrificial zinc. No sense in having them get ruined.

    Bud DBud D8 päivää sitten
  • While the boat is out the water you should fix the drivers side prop the bend on the blade will cause vibrations.

    Kaleb BarberKaleb Barber8 päivää sitten
  • What about a Duramax ???

    Mr SteveMr Steve8 päivää sitten
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