mtdoramike

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  1. My nephew informed me that the Danmark was in port in St. Thomas for the one hundredth anniversary of the purchase from the Danish. Hopefully he will take pictures
  2. Your welcome Tom, I'm hoping it will come back to port in St. Augustine soon so I can go up and see her for myself.
  3. I say turn it off and send it to bed without it's supper.
  4. Hello and welcome Dan (Fartraveler). I'm itching to see that ship of the pharaoh's when you get it finished.
  5. My Nephew is 6 foot 1 and he too said it seemed quite spacious as well. Maybe they added to it when they built it to give more room
  6. Some additional pictures of El Galleon, I couldn't resist adding a few pictures of the local Scenery, not trying to tempt any body, but just sayin. mike
  7. By the way, the two ladies in the photos are relatives that live on St. Thomas that I had take pictures for me since I'm not currently on the Island. I have a bunch more pictures of the ship that I will post as time permits. mike
  8. hahahahaha, Thanks Gemma, problem is, then I would be long on kits and short on time. mike
  9. WOW, I didn't post this thread with the intentions of looking for a buyer, but mainly to get an idea of how I plan to proceed with the build. But I have had 3 offers within the last few hours, some wants it with everything, one wants it with just drive train and one wants it with a gas engine in it. Like a friend told me once, "just build it and they will come" was spot on. mike
  10. This is the way I might go with it.
  11. Thanks Gemma, I have all the equipment needed to make it operational. But I was just trying to feel out the demographic to see which way they would prefer to buy it if given the opportunity and had a need for it. To me it's kind of like building a house and you wind up over building for that particular market or location. You end up cutting down the amount of folks who would be interested in the house forcing it to sit on the market for a long time. This has happened to me a few times when building radio control planes.
  12. Harvey, we would love to see pictures of your 25 foot sail boat when she is sea worthy as well. mike