The Waterlust team is finishing up the construction elements on the teardrop camper they are building. They designed and built a new storage box to add functional options for storing all their equipment under the trailer and while it raised their kitchen operations in the aft end, it’s worth the trade off for tidy, accessible areas to stash their gear.
With the all of the epoxy jobs completed and cured, the team is looking forward to sending the teardrop off to a paint shop for a pro spray paint job and we can’t wait to see what it looks like after. They will also be preparing the epoxied storage box for a DIY paint job which we are helping them accomplish with some Wet Edge paint and primer we sent down their way.
The teardrop build was a great addition to their newly built little fleet of sailing boats that they built with us at CLC last winter. Their kit building, epoxying and painting skills were refined in the first builds so adding the teardrop to their “kit” of transport options makes lots of sense so they can sail, ride and sleep on the road as they travel and make videos. We hope to get them up to our neck of the woods for a demo in the TotalBoat Workshop in the near future.
Until then, remember anything is possible and you, too can tackle and succeed at building your own kit boat or camper. And we’re here to help you get it done right.