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Karl und Marie by piter56 - 1:48 - German Freight boat

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 Karl and Marie is based on a typical German freight boat, which were built from the 18th century for use in the East Sea. This type of boat is called the Galeasses, but was nothing to do with the Mediterranean Galeasses. The wide hull allows for a large cargo and was extremely stable but not very fast.

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Start - 2015 j.

boat - fool

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plan

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deadeye, blocks

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frame

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polishing

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Wood harvested

 

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Apple board of 2x6, 2x6 maple deck.
 
Everything is ready for plating, the truth remains to be counting after laying of the first strips
 
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I will go further processes more fun.
 
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Hi Peter,

Well done! I especially admire the way you constructed the planks on the deck. At the sides are no triangular ends, this is the correct way to do it. Beautiful!

Constant

 

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Very well done!  Your work is very clean and precise!:10_1_10:  I also like your selection of the type of ship that you're building.  It's a good change of subject, as too many of us go for warships.

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Beautiful work Piter,

 

also love that little four-oars clinkered dinghi ....:)

 

Nils

Edited by Mirabell61

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