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Fernando E

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About Fernando E

  • Birthday 06/28/1957

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    Male
  • Location
    North Sydney
  • Interests
    Australian Colonial History, Australian WW1 Military History, road cycling, travelling.

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  1. Hullo from Melbourne, Australia

    Hello Martin and welcome to MSW. I'm also a newbie to this site but built my first boat last year...the Cadaque. A lot of trial and error but got it finished and now sits proudly in my study with all its mistakes. I have picked up a few ideas from this website which made my second build (Cutter Mermaid) much easier including seeing this you tube clip from Leon Griffiths ( . If you haven't seen it have a look at it particularly the planking tips....made my life less stressful and answered many of my queries which I had when building the Cadaque. Stick with your build and I'm sure you will find it very rewarding when finished. I'll be watching your build with interest. Cheers.........Fernando
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    One word....stunning! Cheers.........Fernando

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