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    Remus is in pretty bad shape
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    Ron
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    Yes I see the Stem difference.Remus points forward more.
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    Newby7
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    Looks good Ron will you be building this boat.
    Rick
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    hecrowell
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    Hi Ron
    If you don’t mind me adding my two cents worth, you might want to consider adding a bit more slope to the stem for your Remus. From the pictures I have seen, there appears to be quite a slope at the stem compared to NAXOS. This would be quite easy to do.
    Just my opinion.

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    Ron
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    Take a look. Next come the Bulkheads
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    Ron
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    I am tracing the Naxos drawings of the hull, extending the stern and altering the wheelhouse structure. Remus is configured differently.
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    Martin555
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    Ron,
    I think you should extend the centre line.
    It would be interesting to see your new Drawings.

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    If it looks right it probably is.
    Ron
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    Sorry, we diverted from the course of topic.
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    Martin555
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    Hi Guys,
    This thread has drifted off the main topic unless the holes you guys are talking about are in the boat LOL!!

    You should continue this conversation via PM.

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    If it looks right it probably is.
    Ron
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    Do you think if I take the centre line at the stern, then either extend it or move the corners of the bulwarks forward to get the angle?
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    Newby7
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    Hi Ron I play at Glendale in Hamilton part of Clublink.
    Rick
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