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  1. Angle of ship masts

    Indeed alot of members seem to have a wide theoretical and practical knowlege, something which i unfortunately lack sometimes. Anyway it's good to share.
  2. Angle of ship masts

    Thanks Rob for your detailed explanation. I appreciate yr fewdback 😊
  3. Angle of ship masts

    Hi matrim. Thanks alot for yr reply which gave me some thoughts from a practical perspective. You are right and I agree with yr comments. Someone else gave me a reply to my query and noted that the middle mast shld be 1.5 to 2 degrees towards stern. This makes lots of sense and also goes in line with yr reply. Thnks and regards David
  4. Angle of ship masts

    Hi Danny. Thanks very much for your answer. I appreciate your feedback. You solved my issue😊 Regards, David
  5. Hi guys, I am currently building HMS Victory and have a small difficulty of a generic nature which needs some help. What is the angle at which the main mast is normally fixed to the deck? I am not sure whether this shld be 90 degrees or slightly inclined toward the stern. Drawings on the plan show the latter but i am bot sure. Thanks for yr help.

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