Downloaded a Zip file with the plan sheet in TIF format which took a lot of work-arounds to finally get it printed out onto an 8.5 x 11 inch sheet with a top notation of 1:100 but without anything dimensioned for reference. I saw a crewman standing forward on the deck of the elevation drawing and made an assumption for his height, centuries ago, at 5"-6" and then used both my multiple point dividers to determine the boat length followed up by my engineering scale.
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and estimated a length of 67 ft. followed up by using the scale
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Taking the letter size plan sheet to the local copy shop I had it printed out twice the size for a model which would be just over 13.6 inches long. Now to do some drafting to create more transverse sections for a mold around which to bend the edge joined hull strakes simulating the Bronze Age mortise and tenon joinery method. I'll post the progress as I go. Rich