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dnputnam

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About dnputnam

  • Birthday 12/06/1953

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  1. This better than Saturday night re-runs Thanks Ed Dale
  2. Thanks John That does make a little more sense. I think I now have it. It was not the cut of her build the determinded her Identity but the way she was rigged. Again Thanks, Stag really does look the part. Dale
  3. Hi John, Great build. I have been one of those who watch from outside of the ring. I have question as to the Stag. She was a Cutter by build and appears to have a clinkered hull. In my observations Sloops are similar in nature and build to a cutter. a difference I am seeing is the difference between the two the texture of the hull Cutter being a clinker planked and sloop being smooth planked. Is this a fair observation and does it hold true? Dale

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