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Kevin

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  • Birthday 08/31/1958

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  1. ty Paul, im thoroughly enjoying what time i get on her, normally just weekends
  2. Thank you Jerry, i wasnt quite sure how far forward to the spar they sat
  3. Good evening everyone, does this stun boom look more or less in the right position
  4. Thank you, the close up photos with flash highlight every blemish, which panics me quite a bit, so i see the pictures and rush down stairs to see if it is as bad as it appear, in most cases i cannot see anything
  5. Good evening everyone well i have ordered parts 2 and 5 of the set which have arrived, i also ordered 1.5mm plywwod sheets to replace the decks, 2mm thick balsa sheet for the 1st planking and lime strips for the 2nd planking all the main deck bulkheads will be remade, the hull be be reinforced to stop damage when drill portholes, and this build will have sails, some of the fittings will be scratched as they are very basic, but since i requested my build being removed, lots more have appeared, and very good they are to
  6. Richard thank you, are you still going to try and complete yours?
  7. lovely work, and a great looking ship, yes times goes by quite quick doesn't it 6 years on yours 7 on mine
  8. good evening everyone thank you everyone for the likes and comments, sorry i have bored a lot of my followers over the last 7 years, but it is coming to an end, Honest this weekend the quarter davits and been finished and rigged , with exception of the running gears, im not sure if that was fitted if no boats were embarked, the Stun booms made and fitted both fwd anchors on port and stbd completed and oooo whats these 3 items in this box ( mast pillars) long lost and forgotten about, now found painted and fitted
  9. looking forward to more progress, looks a nice big build - LOL i like big builds
  10. do you actually have accurate drawings for all these bits, or is it lots of adapting to get it right

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