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That will be the case when the unstable orientation has been achieved, she will still be an Identified Clog maybe Inverted, something like an Identified Turtle Clog

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Just a question: dutch flatbottoms always have leeboards. Will this be the first ship-of-the-line carryimg leeboards? And if not, how wil she ever be able NOT to break the line??

 

Jan

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Whomever said it is a ship of the line, Jan? Nou breekt m'n klomp! One should probably refraini from clogging ...?

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1 hour ago, amateur said:

dutch flatbottoms always have leeboards

She will have too, be patient!

And she won't sink   :angry:  ! She has a solid hull so she'll float in any position.

Thanks for all the likes!

 

Cheers

Pieter

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1 hour ago, cog said:

Whomever said it is a ship of the line, Jan? Nou breekt m'n klomp! One should probably refraini from clogging ...?

I thought so: she will carrying a relatively large number of guns, and the captains quarters are rather undutch in their lavishness.

But perhaps I jumped too quickly to conclusions, and she will be some other type of ship (although: yacht?? mortar could be, but her deck-layout is a bit atypical for a mortar, and she is not watertight enough for a sub, although she might qualify otherwise :) ).

 

Jan

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On ‎4‎/‎14‎/‎2019 at 11:16 AM, peveka said:

The whole thing makes me think of something out of a SF movie ...

 

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    Yes, but it appears to me that it's a movie about a ship being built by a team of robots who are overly proud of their creation.   They are holding it overhead looking for approval by their adoring fans.

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17 hours ago, mtaylor said:

Hmm... a wooden submarine.  Interesting.   Paint it yellow and sing along.

 

 

Actually, yellow painted clogs are not that uncommon

 

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