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  1. HMS Pegasus Amati Updated

    - Build 2011-2016
    - Did not like the copper plates, painted the hull white
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  2. Mystique / Misticque; Corel; 1:50; xebec Updated

    -          Built 2016-2019
    -          Since the ship is shown with all the sails hoisted, the guns had to be secured and the gun port lids had to be closed
    -          Corel does not provide a belaying plan, rigging plan is insufficient
    -          Hints for rigging and belaying of the square-rigged sails were found in the book of Lennarth Peterson: “Rigging Period Ship Models: A Step-by-Step Guide to the Intricacies of Square-Rig”
    -          Rigging and belaying of lateen sails based on logic
    -          I would recommend the model to all who want to build a ship with an unusual but very nice shape  
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