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Wooden ships. First kit and planking. by Bob Portsmouth
This is my first build, Artesania's Jolie Brise, a French pilot cutter still sailing. Single planked with 2mm thick basswood planks. Luckily the paint covers the multiple layers of filler I used out of desperation. I knew nothing about shaping of ...
Notes on planking by Bob Portsmouth
Hi It is generally accepted that the plank nearest the keel, the garboard plank, should be shaped and fitted first. Only the lower edge of the plank should be shaped, the edge that abuts the keel. The upper straight side forms a straight baseline ...

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