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  1. Just found your log - lightening speed. well done. Dave
  2. As always: incredible detail Daniel. It looks like it is ready for the BBQ crew. Dave
  3. Geoff I do not have my sea legs on the shrouds yet. Are they paired starboard to port or port to port and starboard to starboard?
  4. Rich there is discussion on this forum on that very subject: Dave
  5. Thank you - I have not made much progress after losing my shipyard to the car in our garage. The open deck came as an after thought to the lights - seemed a shame to close it in and several members on this forum made suggestions about it - open beams won the day. As far as the plans go and where they are from I will have to research again. I printed them quite some time ago and now the reference eludes me.
  6. I like the protective helm box. Nice idea. I also love the beam layout. I have been struggling with figuring out if diagonal knees are even possible on my build. Yours look great. Dave
  7. Sorry Rich...I meant to address my note above to you. I do know it is your build. Dave
  8. Jesse everything looks so good. A word of caution though: The elastic in those cords tends to disintegrate over time and what you are building will long outlast the cord. Of course I guess you could just replace it as needed... Dave
  9. Not at all Denis. I feel for the guys north of me though. Thx for asking.
  10. Thanks Nino. I am just now getting my garage back after a year without a place to work on the build so...hopefully...I can begin making some progress again.

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