Heinrich,Congratulations Jan. I am very happy for you. The three months' wait is not the worst - now at least you know she is safe and sound. As I said before, you will experience exceptional customer service (the best in the business) from Hans @Kolderstok and you will build a true qualitykit.
I would suggest having a very close look at the build log of Hans Groenenberg in the Netherlands. https://www.modelbouwforum.nl/threads/duyfken-kolderstok.247171/
I will gladly help with the translations.
Great that you received your kit early enough for Christmas.
When it is allowed for you, to take a closer look into the box before, maybe you could show us the content in a kit review?
I will follow your building log - so let us see us once more here end of December, latest the 26th
Thanks for showing. I didn’t know where she has been hiding. I will visit her tomorrow. Only a couple of kms away. It’s been rough weather last few days so I doubt she will be moving soon.
I've just read in the paper that the Duyfken is to be relocated to Sydney. Better get onto taking more pics , before she leaves. Such a shame. I actually did a 4 hour tour on the Swan river with her, a great experience. They run them in the summer.Hi Frankieg,
Those are great pictures, thanks for posting them. I’m looking forward to building this little ship. I’ve spent a few hours researching and downloading pictures and literature to have on hand when I start “construction “.