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  1. How was your crew experience? Did you ever get started on a model of Kalmar Nyckel? Bdb
  2. McCann seems to have kept his models simple, for the DIY'er of the day. However in his later models, such as Constitution he includes a more prototypical rigging information, from Lever's Sheet Anchor, for those that wanted additional detail. So I don't think he would have frowned on additional detail. You'll have to decide what it is that is charming about the old model and try to preserve it. The old girl will never be accurate but can still be a looker if cleaned up!
  3. As some of you know the Falls of Clyde, an iron hulled, four-masted, full rigged ship of 1878, is threatened with loosing her berth in Honolulu Harbor. She's in danger of being towed out to sea and sunk unless a fund raising effort can raise the necessary money to save her. The Friends of Falls of Clyde website is: http://www.friendsoffallsofclyde.org/save-our-ship.html Gerald Wingrove is doing an outstanding model of Falls of Clyde. His work can be seen at: http://www.geraldwingrove.com/Falls_of_Clyde/Menu.html You Tube has the local announcement as well. Please pass the word and contribute what you can. Thanks. Bruce Bollenbach Member Nautical Research Guild

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