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Julieth 4 French fishing boat Print Booklet
Author: canabus   Posts: 11   Photos: 75   Subscribers: 0   Views: 914   Responses: 12   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)

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Julieth 4 French fishing boat - Posted: 14th Oct 2018
Hi All
As the owner of two Hellen fishing boats, I was looking for something with better access, but, about the same size.
I found the French version of the Hellen.
Larger hatch and a raised section forward of the wheelhouse.
Also this is my first strip planked boat, I picked up an IKEA wooden blind for $5au with a 100 strips of 3mm by 25mm and 1100mm long.

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Response by canabus on the 19th Oct 2018
I used TITEBOND 3 ULTIMATE WOOD GLUE by Franklin International.
Response by NPJ on the 19th Oct 2018
Thanks very much for that Canabus.

Will get some.

All the best.

Response by ChrisG on the 8th Nov 2018
Beautiful boats and great workmanship, I think there is something wonderful about modelling in the same way as the original was built although it always seems a shame to only be able to enjoy the planking after lifting the hatches.

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