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  1. Thank you GrandpaPhil, it's a pity it didn't survive. Work continues on the area I honestly do not know what to call it other then the starboard upper platform, as you can see I made some modifications to the panels. Michael D.
  2. One last update for the weekend, applied the royal blue and gold leaf, some touch up still required, but looking okay to my eyes. Michael D.
  3. Thank you Mark, I'd been sitting on it for 10 years before I started it. Made a few modifications, mainly relocating the eye bolts for the shrouds to the rail. Michael D.
  4. I started this about 3 months ago after finishing my Victory of 1765, while not up to par with some of the wooden builds I've seen it looks okay Here's a current picture and the link to my album. Michael D https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipOILn2VCXaodxNscquqLtI5G8q6YXOkR21cmpvKZRI43H-OsgHUANk9p472cH-GsQ?key=OWszVld0a0M4LUZKZnNvTWZ1eC1aSXJDY2FiOF9R
  5. Hi, Your craftsmanship and attention to detail is just phenomenal!!, It's a shame there are not more active builds on this beautiful Galley. I'm currently building Heller's version of this ship, so I'll be following your build with interest!. Best regards, Michael D.

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