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    orca and the shark
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    flaxbybuck
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    After the completion of my boat Orca a number asked β€œ where’s the shark?”. Even members at the pond asked. Well here he is, just needs sealing and a few coats of paint, then he will be ready for the water, obviously being made from polystyrene he will be buoyant, maybe too much, so some lead will be needed. Or perhaps a false keel to stop him rolling over, the mechanics will have to be worked out. Is Barnes Wallace still around?. I intend to tow him on a stiff 1/8inch rod, well that’s the idea rather than cord as that will snag the prop. putting this in practice I hope will be this easy, so watch this saga unfold!!! Video to follow.
    PS just asking has anyone mastered this in the past?.
    Roger



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