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  1. Thank you so much Peter. As you can see in my signature, i have an unfinished Santa Maria. I decided to finish her because i spent a lot of time for her before. Regards,
  2. Hi friends, I'm happy to report that I finally finished my San Francisco II. It took my 6 months. I hope you like it.
  3. I completed the life boat and started sails. Mizzen and main sails are on the masts now. By the way, one of my friends on the net warned me about violin blocks on the mainmast yard. I checked the kit instruction again and i saw he was right, they are upside down I am not sure if i want to remove and correct them. Probably i won't do it but i did the same mistake on the foremast yard and i will correct it because i haven't mounted it yet.
  4. Thank you so much for encouraging words
  5. Thank you. AL provides laser cut wood boat in the new version San Francisco kit now. Also the nests are made of laser cut wood in new version.
  6. I finished ratlines and as i mentioned before i am making lifeboat myself. I will not use metal cast lifeboat given in the kit.
  7. Of course you can do it. Will be following.
  8. Hello Peter, you are doing an awesome job. I have a question, your ropes look so realistic. Are you doing any special thing to achieve this result? Thanks.
  9. Very nice job so far Caroline. I will be following your build. Happy modelling
  10. Hello Caroline, you did a great job with San Francisco, congratulations. Have you completed this model? If so, can you put a picture of her?

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