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Hello,

 

I am pleased to announce the upcoming publication of a new monograph on an harbor (fitting-part ?) yacht *   The ship choosed is Le Rochefort 1787.
This is a small vessel particularly suited to construcion framing beginners, Plans are accompanied by a richly illustrated manual 3D drawings. The book is in French.
 
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* These yachts were designed to transport powder to the ships anchored in the harbor.
 
Gérard Delacroix
(Sorry for my bad english...)
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Mr. Delacroix,

 

As usual, your monographs looks absolutely first rate! 

 

Since you are in the monograph business, might I be so bold as to make a recommendation for a future subject? The beautiful 24-pounder French frigate class deserves to be covered. These include La Forte/Egyptienne, La Vengeance/Resistance and the numerous frigates of the Immortalite Class, of which many plans and models survive. I predict that this would be a very popular subject, especially with members here.

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Thank you for the compliments.

 

It is very curious what you say because, precisely, I am currently collects information about L'Egyptienne, 24 frigate.

I need to find enough documents and in particular the wood quotations to make my choice.

 

GD

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Chère M. Delacroix,

 

Congratulations on the publication of your new monograph. The harbour supply vessel is a lovely and unusual subject. As usual, your drawings are first rate. Hopefully an English language edition will follow for those unfamiliar with French.

 

Avec meilleurs souhaits,

 

Druxey

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  • 4 months later...

Hi Mr Delacroix

Have just received my copy of le rochefort. Beautifully drawn plans and the monograph will be of great help especially with the 3d drawings. Goes a very long way in explaining the relationship between the various timbers. I look forward to making a start in the near future......just triton cross section and chucks cutter cheerful to do first!

Merci !!!!

Cheers....mick

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