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    I wonder if vibrating the mould might release the...

    I wonder if vibrating the mould might release the bubble Dobbs? As an aside that is a nifty Band Saw you have there. ( :envy:Bandsaw envy)

    Rob.
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    Welcome aboard Dobbs. Rob.

    Welcome aboard Dobbs.
    Rob.
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    Cockwood.

    Cockwood.
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    https://sailsofglory.org/attachment.php?attachment...

    https://sailsofglory.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=50892&stc=1
    HMS Grey Goose.

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    With regard to our sailing navy the relevance of...
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    :clap: Obviously Suzanne's technical expertise...

    :clap: Obviously Suzanne's technical expertise extends much further than writing exhilarating journey logs, sailing boats :fixit: and their auxiliary engines then!
    Rob.:salute:
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    I would see your role as advisor on points of...

    I would see your role as advisor on points of sailing, much as you have done to facilitate me with my Xebecs, gunboats etc. In fact the ships which we desire to use outside the scope of the official...
  7. Thread: HOME MADE BASES.

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    Thanks Chris, but don't worry over it because I...

    Thanks Chris, but don't worry over it because I have plenty to be going on with so there is no real panic. If you have no luck I am OK.
    Rob.
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    The beauty about the trundle box I use is that...

    The beauty about the trundle box I use is that you can bungee a couple of plastic foam lined plastic boxes on the top to hold extras or scenery.
    Rob.
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    Thanks Romeo. It now opens the way to do as many...

    Thanks Romeo. It now opens the way to do as many non Ares ships as I like.
    Rob.
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    This could really make my life easier. I just saw...

    This could really make my life easier. I just saw your earlier comment about sleeves.
    Thanks once again Dobbs.
    Rob.
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    HMS Magnanime (1780)
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    Hartlepool.

    Hartlepool.
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    Smashing Dobbs. I love your use of light in the...

    Smashing Dobbs. I love your use of light in the smoke. Brilliant!
    Should have thought of that myself when I was doing the ships on fire. Just can't imagine why Suzanne looks so chuffed!
    Rob.
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    I have done that DB. Bill you should have access...

    I have done that DB.
    Bill you should have access now.
    Rob.
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    Thanks again chaps. This is certainly giving me...

    Thanks again chaps. This is certainly giving me something to ponder upon.
    Rob.
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    Had a close look at all their mats Aaron. For the...

    Had a close look at all their mats Aaron. For the price they look very good VFM, and cover almost every arena in which you might wish to sail.
    Good find.

    Rob.
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    Cheers DB. Rob.

    Cheers DB.
    Rob.
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    HMS Lion (1777)

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    HMS Lion

    HMS Lion was a Thomas Slade designed Worcester Class, 64 gun, third rate ship of the line, built at...
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    Another very interesting bit of History Bill, and...

    Another very interesting bit of History Bill, and also some useful stats to add to DBs post below. I am now looking at what ships are still available that I can flush deck without too much trouble....
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    Halifax Canada.

    Halifax Canada.
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    If you other Stats com members are happy with...

    If you other Stats com members are happy with Bill joining your ranks, he is welcome to join you. I notice that thus far since 2017 only yourself and I have posted on the Stats Committee sticky.
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    Well Rod Langton is doing quite well out of me...

    Well Rod Langton is doing quite well out of me with ships on the fringes of our period. That money could have been going into the Ares pot.
    Rob.
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    Very useful also Bill. That is a very good...

    Very useful also Bill.
    That is a very good starting point. I can feel a scalpel moment coming on!

    Rob.
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