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Ferit KUTLU

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  • Birthday 01/01/1965

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  1. Ferit KUTLU

    How to tie a rope to handrail

    If the rope coming from the sail passes through under the handrail first, #1 and #2 are like that...
  2. Ferit KUTLU

    How to tie a rope to handrail

    When I put the work into practice, I realized that #1 and #2 were wrong drawings... The tip of the rope must be at the opposed side(where the rope came from). The rope ends at the other side, beside of the rope coming from the sail... 😞
  3. Michael, My work on Berlin continues slowly, block by block, knot by knot... The progress is unclear at rigging process. So I can't share anything... But my enthusiasm continues...
  4. Michael, again... as though it's a natural scene from a real ship... The inheritance of the Wasa continues... 👍
  5. Hi Jason, Although the reality can be different from the artistic view, the scenery of the heavier rope is more satisfying. ( In fact, I have to be the last person who can dare to state an idea 😕 )
  6. Ferit KUTLU

    How to tie a rope to handrail

    Thank you for all your help and relevance..
  7. Ferit KUTLU

    How to tie a rope to handrail

    Single and doubling... Please let me know your suggestion if the drawings are correct... (Maybe for #3 and #4 to add around one winding before the clove hitch.)
  8. Ferit KUTLU

    How to tie a rope to handrail

    If I understood correctly, If there is not doubled rope...
  9. Ferit KUTLU

    How to tie a rope to handrail

    Many thanks Allan, After this photo, I really feel satisfied about my decision. Is there any closer photo to show how the coil was tied to the rope?
  10. Ferit KUTLU

    How to tie a rope to handrail

    Hi wefalck, I am very thankful for the information. My decision is that the clove hitch is appropriate in this case.
  11. Ferit KUTLU

    How to tie a rope to handrail

    Thank you for your interest and very valuable advice...
  12. Ferit KUTLU

    How to tie a rope to handrail

    Hi, I am confused because on the plans Numbers 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 ... belong to the lines coming from sails (running rigging). There is no problem about Numbers 13, 17, 18, 20 ... because there are pins (little circles). Please let me know which way I have to follow. to follow.
  13. Ferit KUTLU

    How to tie a rope to handrail

    Thank you very much... I think this solution: To make a clove hitch, then for the rest of the rope to make a coil. The coil will be tied to the incoming part of the rope to the clove hitch with its end part. I will be thankful to hear that if it's a wrong solution and any other idea...
  14. I need a help... How have I to bind a stretched rope to the handrail (no belaying pins on it)? How must be the shape of the knot? Then how to fix the coil? Thank you...
  15. Perfect as always... Do you replace the ropes (of buoy for example) already tied with the new ones?

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