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jurgisnemickas

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    Cape Coral, Florida
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    Fair American & Syren

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  1. Is there anyone that has information on the deck planking and tree nailing the three levels of this model ?
  2. Peter, I am interested in building a full sail model of the Fair American. I found plans by an Italian model maker "Edizioni Navimodellistiche of Brigantino anno 1780 "Fair American" which shows a lot of detail on the rigging. I would like to finf more information on this model, can anyone help. I would also find information on the sails carried by the Fair American brig. Thank you, Jurgis
  3. To All, Thank you for your comments they are very helpfull and I'm leaning towards the Fair American. I need to do some further research. I still have not found much information on FM under full sail which is the way i really would like to build it. Again Thanx Jurgis
  4. Just found this log. I am investigating which to build "Fair American" or "Syren". To help me decide, I would appreciate all input. Just one question for now about the Fair American. 1. Is there a model built showing all the sails since the reason for the original model was built to study the amount of sail. Thanx

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