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    A problem of weight
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    Martin555
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    πŸ“ A problem of weight
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    Hi Geoff,
    I might be wrong but if the drawings are from 1952 then i would imagine the weight would be lbs/oz.
    As we would of used imperial measurements back then in the U.K..

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    mistyoptic
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    Those that are following my blog on building the Dutch Auxiliary will know that I am working from a rather sketchy plan from 1952. When it comes to the amount of keel weight required the plan gives no indication as to what it should be. lbs/kg Perhaps someone could give me a sensible starting point for the hull which is 16 inches by 7 max beam (410x 189mm) All answers on a postcard or here on the site. Many thanks Geoff.
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