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Willem Barentsz by ceestoorn - Finished

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The end of september still working on the hull . And I have bin today to Harlingen a small place where they are building the same ship at real scale . It was verry nice to see

Look for yourself at

www.dewillembarentsz.nl

It is almost as beautyfull as my model

greetings Cees

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I need some Help

In the crow's nest i need a ring of wood 19 mm and 1 mm thik and 1 mm high

I tride it from appel wood but this is falling appart( verry frustrating)

Is there anyone with a idear?

Please

 

Greeting Cees

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thanks for the support they are all great but I used the tip of Mark by using tworings of thin wood glued together the ring is now 0,8 mm thick and I think it looks oke .

So the first mast is standing now and I started with the rigging.

I hope the next foto the dead eyes are standing.

greetings cees

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:10_1_10:Just before the end of the year the front mast is standing and i'm working on the ropes of it. The ropes I'll make of linnen . What you see is made of number 60 and that turned 3 times.

 

For everyone a nice ending of the year and a good start of this new modeling year in 2016. :piratebo5:

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Thanks carl

The linnen I use FFF Aalst and also from Barbour's from lisburn in N Ireland

I use serveral numbers the finest is 110 and the thikest is 30.

And i'm making my ropes om a ropewalk 

gr cees

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Thanks All for the like's

Now I have madethe main mast and also here het "kraaiennest" craws nest??.

I have placed the mast on the ship and started with the rigging after making the ropes on mij rope walk, so next month I wil be verry busy.

gr cees  

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Nice work Cees.  Bazaan mast, I'm glad I can still read and understand Dutch  ;)  Yup, sure brings back memories.

 

Cheers,

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Don't feel sorry Cees, I had to go and look it up myself - I'm an airplane guy and don't know all these nautical terms ;):rolleyes:  So then, my ship books tell me that it's called the mizzen mast. 

Now, if I can only remember it ;)

 

Cheers,

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Hello all,

It took some time and a little help from a dutch forum.

But I have finished the Blinde a sail in front of the ship

I'll hope you all like it.

It was a hell of a job to make the sail by hand and I still have some more to do

Greetings to all of you

cees

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