- Apr 1, 2019
Please do not install the beam for the time being. I will provide the fitting number and installation location of the cabin within 3 days.
I expect bulkheads would be painted white, deck and ceilings wood, maybe with some wood colour details in the more posh cabins of senior officers.Things will slow up a bit now. With the main structure now in place the attention will be on the detail...Not much can happen until Trident sends through the cabin details...In regard to the cabin etc. anyone got any data re the colour scheme? I'm referring to the accommodation cabins.
Were they left a natural timber or were they given a coat of something to give a bit of light?
I don't think you screwed up Paul, according to plate II on the blue prints it is suppose to be that way (and the reverse from 36/37 onward)Hi Jim sorry to take up Daniels build, but the Double Rib slots have varying heights in the keel, and the Rib slots in the Ribs themselves. I chose those no's because 18 sits high and 17 low on the keel. however If I had reversed and installed 18 in 17 and 17 in 18 slot they probably would have sat correctly. It may be me but when I look along my hull. It is consistent up down at all the doubles. As this is my first POF, i could have screwed up. I can fix externally with sanding, but it is a thing to look for. I guess this is why they suggest NOT joining the doubles prior to installing. The correct Ribs are sitting in their respective slots, but hmm...