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Arctic Privateer H441 Deep Sea Freezer Stern Trawler - Posted: 8th Dec 2018
The Model That I am Planing to Build Is The Hull Freezer Stern Trawler The Arctic Privateer H441 My Problem is though I have never scratched built a ships hull before I have tried looking for ships hulls online to no avail. Can any one give me any help or advice on where to start Building the hull would Plank on frame be the best way to go or glass fibre hull which is i think the harder as I do not have a mould in in which to start as I have very limited knowledge in mould making Scale: I am looking at is 1:48 any help would be gratefully appreciated many thanks John

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Response by steve-d on the 8th Dec 2018
Do you have any other photos?
If you have plans giving the hull sections then you could build using ribs and plank but without them you have no idea where to start with the hull shape.
If you have photos of her in dry dock or during build then you could model something from the photos using foam and plaster of paris. When you are happy with the result making a mould off of that is fairly simple and well documented on youtube etc.

Does the build company (Built in at the Gdynia Shipyard, Poland for Boyd Line Ltd. 212 x 38,4 ft.) have a web site with info?

Does she have a sister ship or were there a series of the same hull?

Steve
Response by RHBaker on the 9th Dec 2018
Have just made two small tug hulls from glass fibre and whilst, the results are satifactory, they are labour intensive.
For a one off think “plank on frame” more suitable
Response by steve-d on the 9th Dec 2018
But how do you know what shape to make the frames if you have no plans?
You would have more success with a foam/plaster 'buck' where you can add and subtract until the hull shape looks like the photos.
At that point you could then continue into GF or dissect the buck to get the frame shapes.