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jacko
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Forum Posts: 4
15th Jul 2018 23:24  
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hi can anybody help me with infomation on my yacht its 60 inch long 80 inch tall have been told its bread and butter build ??? i am about to rebuild to as close as original as i can

thanks jack


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jacko
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16th Jul 2018 09:01  
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4 layers of paint removed now lots of sanding and brain gear ordered


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Westquay
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16th Jul 2018 10:24  
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Good on you, Jacko, for retaining Braine gear. It always looks so elegant on an old model yacht.
It appears to be bread and butter construction too. But at 60" long it's no tiddler. It'll look superb on the water. I have an ex Braine steered pre-War Marblehead which I have sanded and repainted. Saving up for sails now! The Marblehead is, of course, like all of them, 50" long.
Did you find out what class she is?

Martin