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About Ferit KUTLU

  • Birthday 01/01/1965

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  1. Hi Johann, Super work as always... Let me know the meaning of the "thread" in your phrase; "Usually the buoy rope was at least 18 threads long." (18 coils?)
  2. And the new ones... Main, fore, mizzen, main topsail, fore topsail...
  3. The old mouses
  4. During two months I have redone some works. I have changed the 3 mouses of the main, fore and mizzen masts which I had done many years ago. I have done the mouses of the main topsail and fore topsail masts in the same way to provide the uniformity between mouses. I have added a pulley system to the crowfeet of the main and the fore masts. Some shrouds have been done. For now I doesn't fixe any rope for possible future adjustment.
  5. Ferit KUTLU


    Thank you very much druxey, It was really useful and valuable for me.
  6. Ferit KUTLU


    Thank you druxey, If I understood correctly, if the lenght of the euphroe is 1 unit, the distance from the front of the crowsnet to the euphroe have to be 1,5 unit.
  7. Ferit KUTLU


    I need help... Please let me know; how much have to be the proportion of the distance of the euphroe form the top rim according to the diameter of the crowsnet? Or another ratio between other two things that should give me the opportunity to calculate the possible lenght of the crowfeet.
  8. Another superior work... Who knows what more we will learn from you?

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