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  1. So next steps, next are the decks on the line. More precisely the main-deck, the quarter-deck and this for the forecastle. First I glue the metallpart under the quarter-deck in place. Thats`s the current state of the Greyhound.
  2. Hi again, I unbox a new bottle of wood glue und beginn with the Greyhound build. First I build a little helling for my bulkhead framework. Then I do the keel laying an glue some ribs like the instruction shows. In the next step I position the false deck, but it was wider than the recess. So I cut it a little bit smaller till it fits. So thats enough for the first day, I hope you like what you see. I am a beginner in wood building and I try my best. Also I am not a native english speaker and my english lesson at school are long ago, so I hope you understand what I try to tell you. Al the nautic technical terms I take over from the english part of the instruction, when you find wrong words, please let me know by PN. Greetings Gordon
  3. Hi, here now my first build in this Forum. It is the HMS Greyhound from Corel, my first wooden ship project. These are the parts for the first steps. To be continued......
  4. Hi I am Gordon (49) from Gelsenkirchen, Germany and modeller since late 70s. First plastic models but now I start with wood model ships and so I land here. Hope to find some help for my corel HMS Greyhound build here.

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