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  1. Now, I did not really intend to get involved in a project like this. My current boat (Deben 5 tonner) still needs a lot of work and has been going on for close to 4 years. However, this week I somehow found myself with a lot of free time to sit in front of a computer but not being able to work in the garage. I stumbled across the prints that the National Maritime Museum sells and there were some of boats carried by ships of the line that looked nice and detailed. I have always wanted to draft from printed lines and I ve been missing messing about with planks so I started playing with CAD.
  2. Hello all, I have built balsa RC model airplanes before, but this is my first boat build. Also have an interest in scale armor and prefer 1:72, hence the fascination with tiny boats. Big thanks to "etsinko" for the similar inspirational build log and the genius who came up with the "quick find indexes" idea. Now on to the build. Kit ordered via Ebay on March 30, 2020. It probably got stuck somewhere due to the COVID-19 situation, but I was surprised last week when it finally showed up at my doorstep on May 5, 2020.
  3. I know that this is kind of Backwards, Gallery first then a Revised Build log. To start I have had the drawings for this boat for over 25 years ( purchased thru WoodenBoat. ) so, when I was Approached to build the boat I jumped at the chance.The Boat was built bent ribs over molds just like the original. So I started by making the molds, the first shot is the clients boat
  4. Hi everyone. Ever since I first read about the famous Sparkman and Stevens' designed yawl (built over 80 yrs ago snd she's still racing), I've wanted to build a model of her. So, after thirty years of dreaming, I've now started to build a scratch built, miniature, fully detailed model, complete with interior accommodation, etc. The model is a true miniature, ie only 15 cms approx in hull length. As you can see, I have tried to adhere to full sized construction practices by using a built up keel and bent frames. All the wood was cut using my miniature table saw, which, is a lot of f
  5. Well here we go again. As I said in my last build, the Admiral saw a picture of a yawl and said, “Why don’t you make a model of that for me”. I don’t know about you but I find it very difficult to say no to the Admiral. What boat is it? I searched the web and I asked around, the wooden boat forum suggested that it might be the Malabar Jr. Malabar Jr. The Malabar Jr. was designed by John Alden in 1924. There are many variations, originally a sloop with Marconi sails it was also built as a gaff sloop and as a yawl, both Mar
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