AGATE of Provincetown 1855, Whaling Schooner 1/64

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I will be watching your scratch build also.

Very good details and explanation of what your doing and why.

Thanks Kkonrath, I do try to explain why and what I do but sometimes it is really hard to find a way to tell it understandably. Today's thread needed as much time to write and take the pictures as to work on the hull's construction.

Thanks for your kind feedback and intrest in AGATE.
 
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What do you think about this solution? Polish_20200514_224518715.jpg

When I do only putin one transom's frame...

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It has had 17mm space on the backside towards the deck's highest level.

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If I do cut o groove in the very middle of the frame by 4mms.


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It will gently pass into the 4mm groove in the centerboard - so I do get a single transom hardwood frame. What may be added with a second frame (the lower one so these two are the "rulers" in the sanding. Is this possible to be done? Will it work properly?
 
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