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  1. It is quasi the german written equivalent to Lees, in many terms clearer and imo also "better". Rundhölzer is everything "round", so the masts and yards. Dirk
  2. Thanks David. The reference is: (Klaus Schrage, 1989, Rundhölzer Tauwerk und Segel, Page 104). To be honest, it's not quite correct, because it was introduced later (after 1800), but I like this detail so much 🙂 But I'm still thinking about doing it with the fiddle blocks and the hitch clove. cheers Dirk
  3. Thanks @Daniel Dusek I feel honored 🙂 Get your kit here guys : http://dusekshipkits.com/maria-hf31 cheers Dirk
  4. We are back online on a new and fresh server ... all seems fine 🙂 Dirk
  5. So true Yves ... hehe. Working on the blocks for the yards. cheers, Dirk
  6. Looks very good 🙂 Welcome in the World of "deconstruction" 😛 Dirk
  7. Thanks guys. Next update might take a while, so here is an old song of mine as gap filler 🙂
  8. >Thanks for al your help Dirk. Sure 🙂 I did not weaved I faked that ... hehe. It's served with CA glued. And you need to serve veeeery slowly from the steeper side. Use CA! I like your build very much btw 😉 Dirk

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