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  1. As a maturing fart , reacting is a better way sometimes . Posts about problems with ships , illness with self or others, pets......etc .may not be likable but certainly worth responding to as one sees fit. regards Digby
  2. Rob, My kit came with timber for single planking which looks ok under a few thin layers of paint. For a clear finish better timber could be bought for a second layer. regards Digby
  3. RFP, nice work on the Constitution, the Lucia should be a breeze but it's construction is single plank not double. Slow and steady is the way to go. regards Digby
  4. Just checked my Santa Lucia (shed name 'Santa Rosa'). Looks nice next to my bench. In my opinion a nice kit , if a painted hull and workman like finish appeals. Good scale for 'rugged stitching' on the sails' , hull timbers were hard to work,but thick enough to sand and fill for a painted, not a clear, finish. Deck camber makes it unusual but pleasing when finished.Well worth a go. regards Digby

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