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KEITH COPE02/07/2007 20:19:00
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Has anybody got plans for a Bristol ChannelPilot Cutter sailing boat as I would like to make one but as yet cannot find any plans
Many thanks Keith.
Mike Gaskell07/07/2007 13:01:00
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Hi, have you looked at Kingston Mouldings?

they do a manual for 16.50
alan23/07/2007 17:49:00
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My son is the proud owner of a Mitchell Mk2 Sea Angler. When it was last out of the water we measured and photographed the hull, both above and below the waterline to assist me in making a 1: 20 model. This is my first attempt at a scratch start and I'm finding it difficult to shape the hull without detail cross-sections. Any help or information would be gratefully appreciated.
Peter Cobban07/08/2007 19:22:00
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You are really starting something here. I built a Cygnus 33, for a Local Skipper, and Cygnus kindly sent me some hull lines. My advice would be to start there.
Alan Trueman15/08/2007 18:31:00
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I am interested in building a model of either HMS Pandora or the Endurance ( Shackleton's vessel ). Does anyone know where I might locate plans?

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