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vintage yacht (Victoria) Print Booklet
Author: jacko   Posts: 15   Photos: 21   Subscribers: 0   Views: 1824   Responses: 10   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)

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pin rack - Posted: 29th Jul 2018
just found out that i do not need a pin rack as i have a slider on the back of the yacht
sailing - Posted: 26th Jul 2018
over the next week will be trying to get used to setting sails in the wind if we get any and thinking if i need to add a pin rack ???
temp sails - Posted: 22nd Jul 2018
made up a set of temp sails in ripstop nylon photos to follow

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Response by RNinMunich on the 22nd Jul 2018
I'm sure you'll look ABSOLUTELY luvly in 'em Jacko 😁😁
test float - Posted: 18th Jul 2018
today test sailing on Woodbridge boat pond sailed like a dream

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Response by ChrisG on the 4th Oct 2018
What a beautiful yacht, the little green man is coming out of me again😁
vintage yacht (Victoria) - Posted: 17th Jul 2018
restoring a vintage free sail yacht have named this as there is no name on the yacht after removing 4 colour layers of paint from the hull and 2 days sanding I repainted with 5 layers of paint rubbing down with 2000 grade between each coat

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Response by Donnieboy on the 17th Jul 2018
With the care you are taking it shows you enjoy this restoration you have taken on.I enjoy following all the restorations that are going on.It saves a lot of boats from just going into the bin.Carry on,it will be a beautiful job.
Response by jacko on the 17th Jul 2018
thanks this is the first time for me so lots of internet trawling to find information
Response by jacko on the 18th Jul 2018
will be building 2 rigs for sailing normal and gaff as a test i will be using ripstop nylon and temp rigging

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