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vintage yacht (Victoria) Print Booklet
Author: jacko   Posts: 15   Photos: 21   Subscribers: 0   Views: 1801   Responses: 10   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)

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2nd channel - Posted: 4th Jan 2019
2nd servo fitted and copper pipe through round hatch all i need to do now is make the control arms to to operate main and for sails
(photos to follow )

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new sails - Posted: 15th Nov 2018
the other half has been a busy bee with her sewing machine so today i set about fully rigging her

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Response by Joe727 on the 24th Dec 2018
Beautiful sails! How nice that you have a wife that sews so well.

The cart looks great, I have been working on a cart that wii carry my yacht and tug, still designing.
Joe

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sails - Posted: 6th Nov 2018
due to the loss of mother in law no progress on sail making at this time still lots time left before next years sailing

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Response by RNinMunich on the 6th Nov 2018
Sorry to hear that Jacko, condolences.
Doug
Response by onetenor on the 6th Jan 2019
And from me Jacko

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waiting for the other half - Posted: 7th Oct 2018
while the other half is sewing sails ! me doing a new deck for a 123 class yacht

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sails - Posted: 13th Sep 2018
added a bit more to sail's (1st set of cotton ) details off on hols for a week and when we return looks like the Egyptian will be started 😊

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Response by jacko on the 2nd Oct 2018
all stalled no further progress on the sails 😭😭

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1st new sail - Posted: 5th Sep 2018
my first attempt at sewing a cotton sail 😭 needs a good ironing when i get better will do the Egyptian cotton sails 😁

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single channel - Posted: 25th Aug 2018
came up this and it works fine best of both worlds free and rc !!!👍

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single rc channel - Posted: 24th Aug 2018
with the braine gear installed the next job is to try to get single channel for rudder only and keep the braine gear installed photos to follow when i work it out ??? anybody help me out please
Response by Bryan-the-pirate on the 25th Aug 2018
Rc is easy for single channel, just get the simplest system and rig servo to rudder shaft.

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new sails - Posted: 16th Aug 2018
new sails in the making ordered 1 Egyptian cotton 400 thread count sheet 😊 vintage style no modern fabric for me 👍

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hull - Posted: 4th Aug 2018
well thats 3 coats of dark green below water line and 3 coats gloss white above phots to follow

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