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Hello friends,

 

under the Chrismas tree I found her! Possible to built her with clinkerd panking!

Later more about these traditional Pommeranian and Prussian shallow water fishing barges.

Here the very first pictures from the freshly opened box:

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Hi Stan

Lucky you :)

I for one will follow this build and will be interested to learn

more about the shallow water fishing barges

 

Regards

Ken 

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Here some intersing pictured links:

 

http://www.braune-segel.de/

 

http://www.schiffsspotter.de/Zeesboote/Zeesboote.htm

 

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Zeesenboote?uselang=de

 

http://www.schiffsspotter.de/Zeesboote_als_Modell/Zeesboote_als_Modell.htm

 

And scratched zeesbarge of the Stettin Lagoon scaled in 1/15 built from oak by Helmut Olszak

(Modelbnuilder in the Nautineum Stralsund  ) 

 

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Here Mr. Olszak and some of his models in the permanent exhibition about Pommeranian coastfishing - housing his hole collection of FOURTHY scratch models and his libary and plancollection. Thiis has got a plent of wreck measurements and the following reconstruction Each single reconstruction drawing is made reliable by a single 1/15 model in oak - builed after the boatbuilders traditional building method, with belt and braces by testimonials by (elder or retiered) local boatbuilders.

 

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The Stettin version of the Zees barge does have a full length deck (shown above) and is as long as my kit.

There are local differences of the type - but noting is dogmaticly established. Every barge is a singular contract between a fisherman and the boatbuilder. The demands of the user and the expert knowledge of the builder allways mixed upto a individual solution. And the kitbuilder Mr. Kammerlander told me the kit is showing a type - not a singular barge!

And so I asked the specialist for fishermen's history in the southern coast of the  Baltic Sea Mr. Olszak. And he want to tell me something more about her in some phonecalls during the next weeks.

So this text is

T.B.C. :)

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