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Hello, I'm a new member, I build my ship for the first Amat Adventure.  It's fun, but also challenging, because the instructions aren't very good for the first time person, and neither is my English, so I use Google Translator to get the most out of these pages.  I would need more detailed pictures of how to place ropes and sails at Amati Adventure.  Hi everyone and the joy of building!


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Welcome to the forum Noramatilda! There begins to be a rather big group of ship modellers from Finland here. Concerning your question, have you tried the search function? There are other builders too who are building the Adventure. They might be able to help you:  https://modelshipworld.com/search/?q=amati adventure&quick=1

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Moikka, jep, löysinkin täällä pari hyvää juttua seikkailusta, myös suomalainen pienoismalli.net tullut tutuksi ja muutamat mallarien fb ryhmät 👍 . Mukavaa puuhaa ja upeita töitä. 


I translated this.   noramatiloda, this is an English language site so please use English.


Hi there, yep, I found some good stuff about adventure here, also the Finnish model miniatalli.net got acquainted and a few fb groups of mallers 👍. Nice work and great work.

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