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    Re: Any tips on using magnets in boat carpentry?

    Recovering dropped steel/iron tools amongst the shavings.
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    Re: Good Books on Boat Repair?

    The point of mentioning Steward and McIntosh is that knowing how the vessel was constructed is key to knowing how it can be restored.
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    Re: Finishing cedar floor boards

    Nothing.
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    Re: Finish for a paddle shaft/handle

    No finish.
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    Re: Cruise of the Ketch Julia

    Thanks again! More fun.
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    Re: Bedding compound…yet again

    Moisture/humidity change. Inside of the curve dried out/shrank away from it's protective bedding?
  7. Re: What is your favorite treatment for oar leathers?

    Tallow. Oarsman is very good.
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    Re: Eggemoggin Reach Regatta 2022

    Call the Brooklin Boat Yard.
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    Re: Velella: An Ostkust on the norra kust

    Fisheries Supply in Seattle ships fast with the Post Office, maybe even with slow mail.
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    Re: Eggemoggin Reach Regatta 2022

    There always has been launch service.
  11. Re: Book recommendations - traditional lapstrake boat building?

    I agree with John in post #4.
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    Re: Unusual doubleender sighted

    Nice pram sloop there too. Thanks. Beautiful.
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    Re: Mertie B. Crowley Yawl Boat

    I'd think it would push her along nicely. You'd want more power if she was pushing the Crowley.
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    Re: Cruise of the Ketch Julia

    Wow. Thanks. Goodonya.
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    Re: Deadrise With Flare

    Beautiful stuff. Hello John! Fun!
  16. Thread: Dragonless!

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    Re: Dragonless!

    Buck up, Mickey, and go sailing!
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    Re: Antipodean Boats Connection

    Congratulations, HB!
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    Re: Who knows what this is?

    pump part
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    Re: Advice saught for strip planking wood

    From that list I'd think tilia or poplar. As with any wood, use air dry and stick with heartwood.
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    Re: A few photos from the 2022 WoodenBoat Show

    Many Thanks.
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    Re: Woodenboat show (WBS) This weekend!!!!!!!

    Thanks, Ned. We didn't get around to see all of those beauties.
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    Re: Woodenboat show (WBS) This weekend!!!!!!!

    Hope.
  23. Thread: Blue Moon 2

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    Re: Blue Moon 2

    Thanks. Fun.
  24. Thread: Fife Regatta 2022

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    Re: Fife Regatta 2022

    I believe topsails should be flat.
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    Re: Happy birthday to Thad…

    Thanks, Steven. I just registered for the Small Craft Workshop but when or for how long I can be there, I don't know.
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    Re: Happy birthday to Thad…

    Just after mid-day here. Thanks, John.
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    Re: Happy birthday to Thad…

    Thank you, thank you. Might even get a little rain.
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    Re: Life's a Gamble so we took a Chance

    Good stuff. Is the planking as good as it looks?
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    Re: Deltaville Deadrise

    Thanks! Great.
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    Re: Current thoughts on laser levels

    I have a Stanley and have used it for many projects. Not good in bright light, but I have drawn waterlines working around the boat by quarters, bow around stern to bow and come out right on,...
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    Re: Whatever happened to The James?

    Thanks for the update. Keep your head up and have fun!
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    Re: Let's build a sailboat!

    A sharpie would be much more appropriate and can be found in Gardner's book too!
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    Re: Webcam from the WB Pier!

    Rainbow. Very nice!
  34. Re: Seeking info on S/V Anitra's Dance (Stan Carlstadt) (Somewhere in North Jersey ?)

    I wonder. When I saw the ad for AD, I called Stan and had a good talk. He was doing ok with a few physical issues. Best wishes to both of them.
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    Re: A good start to the season.

    Excellent!! and beautiful!
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    Re: Neptune wood boat stove Part wanted

    Btw, why don't you like the solid top? I like a lifting lid for top loading, otherwise the solid top looks good to me.
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    Re: H28 "Larrikin" rebuild

    For cuts like that, even with surprising amount of curve, I always use a circular saw. Much easier to control the saw sitting on the stock that control a long heavy stick pushed through a blade.
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    Re: Neptune wood boat stove Part wanted

    There are wood stove restoration and sales shops. Google "antique wood stove shops in Maine". See what comes up. Those are the people most likely to know what to do.
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    Re: Question re: Modifying Boat Designs

    Using the model for the Columbia Lifeboat, NG Herreshoff had molds made for boats from 10 to 16 feet (at least) which then were spaced to make boats from 9 to 19 feet, with varying proportions length...
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    Re: OMG, jump on this and save it...

    Sweet power boat.
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    Re: 1928 gaff schooner sail construction?

    Was the image taken from a photograph?
    The pole foremast carries the stays'l tack with a triangular sail above, as well at the three for's'ls, one flying (the stays'l rig unusual pre 1904 I would...
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    Re: 3 Rivers Race 2022

    Too much fun. I was once involved in a mixed class start with 87 boats. Fun.
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    Re: 1928 gaff schooner sail construction?

    PEGLEG a stays'l schooner? I don't understand the main mast.
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    Re: 1928 gaff schooner sail construction?

    Nina was a stays'l schooner as in your drawing, unlike Brilliant.
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    Re: midsummer dutch schooner

    Steel? Sorry.
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    Re: Happy birthday to JimConlin…

    Great picture. Have fun, Jim!
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    Re: Cruise of the Ketch Julia

    Three Cheers!!! Thanks.
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    Re: Seattle Craigslist motor sailer

    "needs attention"? Could be anything. Need to know, but not for me.
  49. Re: what caulk to use for open seams in dried out mahogany planks, below water line ?

    I would suspect that the International 500 is tight seamed, not caulked, and mahogany does not swell rapidly. Getting it wet would be the way to start. You could work soap into the seams and then...
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    Re: Happy birthday to Bernadette.

    Sounds good, Cheers!
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