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  • Birthday 09/08/1961

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  1. Hi Martin it looks great - I look forward to following your build. Cheers Jens
  2. Hi Denis Thank you for your input, yes it is really delicious with all the chain, I myself absolutely love it. However, I have a problem I have approx. 5 m chain I probably need at least 8 m, but of course it can be obtained. Cheers Jens
  3. Hi Vladimir Thank you for your nice words. Yes, we are gradually some people building on a cutty sark. I've seen your build log - and it's an impressive project you're on. and your richness in detail make you honor. i'm a little curious about where you should have it on display ? Is it for an exhibition of some sort. ? it will certainly attract attention wherever it stands. Cheers Jens
  4. Hi Guy thank you for your nice words - it is fun to hear you have been in vordingborg, the last 2 years i have visited the city in week 28 where there is a "party week" with music performance and food - and ofcours Beer. unfortanly it has been canceled this year due to corona Cheers Jens.
  5. I totaly agre with you . I totally agree with you
  6. I'm only happy to help. and it looks fin what you are doing Cheers Jens
  7. Hello everyone here is a small update that has required a lot of patience and 2½ meter anchor chain 1½mm thickness. There are a few stays and backstays missing before I move on to the main mast but it vill com . Cheers Jens.
  8. just look through my old pic and find a cuppel pic that might bee of interest
  9. hey i have a copy - but with sails and drawstrings it is not to take good enlightening pictures - with less you know what details you want to see. but you have the mast and yards drawings with the reference number right? as i remember it is the leash lead afterwards that is totally fuckt in AL. guidance. there I had to use the help of Billing boat drawings and found on the web drawings for Rewal plastic model which were really the best to understand I would like to take a few pictures of details if you clearly tell me what to see. Cheers Jens
  10. it looks great what you add to the simple billing boats kit, it makes a big difference well done Cheers Jens

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