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Hello shipmates, this is my third attempt, in the world of ship modelling with this beautiful vessel. My admiral gave me an early gift for my upcoming birthday ...I had in mind to buy it as a present to myself on christmas time.. :D :D I have still a lot to do on my Amerigo Vespucci and i don't want start the RC right away. How ever, because i'm not the most patient man in the world, I decided to start this build log with some photos of the current kit. All the instructions on the large sheets with the plans are written in Italian . Of course  there is a book of instructions in English  that seems not to be at all bad. I have no big experience with wood quality , but the kit's wood seems fine. I will use the lime strips for a 1st planking and for the 2nd, i'm thinking -instead of walnut that came with the kit -of using some swiss pear strips. I also decided to change the walnut strips from 0.5 to 1 mm for the deck panking (or use lime strips). All items included in the kit are inside (no missing parts). :) :) So here are the photos....


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You have got a real beauty there. The Royal Caroline makes into a gorgeous model but it not for the faint of heart. I hope you will let me sit and watch the fun. It was on sale but was outside my limited budget. Make us proud.

David B

Hello David , you are always welcome to my build logs , so.. one more reserved seat for you mate!! :D  :D  I will try to do my best..Ideas and advises are always welcome!!




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