Your discovery updates are invaluable for the rest of us! Many thanks, buddy!!Quick update. After completing the lower joists, the Trident instructions become different dependent on which way you took. If you did the lower cabin parts then you can either ignore or partially complete the flooring as suggested on page 28. In addition parts 31 & 32 are identical on sheet 25 and are reversed. Sheet 25 layout is different from the manual and part 33 is IMHO part 32. You will see when video follows.
Also the ladder part numbering is incorrect in the manual. It should be 114 not 115 for the descender. This is corrected on the blueprints. 115 appears to be the steps.( but they are on the cannon parts sheet so can be confused).
Thank you Paul!HI Zoltan. There is no mismatch with parts. Board 12 is laid out differently than shown in manual. From the right hand side near the no 12 the order of the parts are from top to bottom 70, 63( duplicate) 70,71,71 not 70,70,71,71 63. It is obvious that 63 is in a diffrent position.
I have not noticed. The ribs all move till you add the footwhales & internal beams. There is no large stresses on the hull due to extremal planking, so its not an issue. Had not considered.It looks like you are NOT glueing the double frames together after they have been inserted into the keel. Why is that? Wouldn’t it make the hull assembly stronger?