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decoj

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    Able Seaman
  • Birthday 09/08/1952

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    Oostende Belgium

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  1. Love the shape of the bottle and the clever idea to hide the crack. Nice work.
  2. Was there as one of the Belgian team. Little correction to exwafoo's comment. There were no Dutch, nor Spanish sibbers, instead we had some Italians and 3 dutch-speaking Belgians JP
  3. Hello Jef, If you have the book of Jack Needham, it is the same generic nameless clipper that is described in there. I would not really recommend it, because first of all it is in german, secondly it does not contain any usefull info on how to build and there are no plans, apart from the second part of 20 pages by Jack Needham, but everybody probably has already Jack's book which is a classic. JP
  4. Hello Jef, If you have the book of Jack Needham, it is the same generic nameless clipper that is described in there. I would not really recommend it, because first of all it is in german, secondly it does not contain any usefull info on how to build and there are no plans, apart from the second part of 20 pages by Jack Needham, but everybody probably has already Jack's book which is a classic. JP
  5. Hello Chasseur, I have this book in my collection. It is in German indeed. Book as 96 pages, most of them by Hansen, the last 20 pages are taken from the book of J. Needham describing the twomast schooner, the fourmastschooner, the Waterwitch and a clipper. The majority is a description (with plenty of B/W and colors) of how the builder Carstensen build his models. Greetings. JP
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