I’ve a boat in for repair. 
Not my usual thing, but in this case the customer wants his boat ready
to go for the nearly upon us summer holiday season, and “boat yards” aren’t into
doing small repairs on small sailing boats. Particularly not at this time of
year when they’re under pressure to get their main customers boats out and on
the water before their staff head away for the Christmas break.
So I agreed that I’d do it.
The boat in question is a Navigator, very nicely built by
Peter Murton of Murtons Timbercraft in Nelson, and Indiver Nagpal, new to
sailing  had a little misfortune sailing
solo in her,  and I’m now spot painting
the dings and scratches, and replacing broken gaff jaws.
Here’s some pics.

Maya, a Navigator from my drawing board and Peter Murtons capable hands, really nicely done. In a couple of days she’ll be back out on the water with all her little wounds healed.
https://murtons.co.nz/  Here’s a link to the builder who’s just started on another JW boat, this one a Pathfinder.  I think he’s getting close to 20 of my boats built and sent out to happy owners, wow!
Gaff jaws, the old ones were plenty strong, but the rig got tangled up with something tough and broke one side of the jaws off the spar. The replacements are carved from a Kowhai tree crook rather than laminated, now that the glue has set I can varnish then leather them.