US Brig Syren by Passaro

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Thanks y'all. If I had 4-6 hours a day to work on Syren I think I'd have everything done in less than two weeks. Almost there.
 
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Rigging is my favorite part of the build and yours is stunning.
Thank you for the kind words Dave. I have to admit I find it strangely satisfying when I spend an hour or more rigging up a single line, snaking it between this line and that line (no kinks please) and then finish it off with a rope coil. Nobody will ever see these details....but I know they're there. :)
 
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You are certainly turning this into a fine example of the SYREN. Very impressive.
 
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You are certainly turning this into a fine example of the SYREN. Very impressive.
Thank you very much Hedley. I weep when there's something just not quite right but I've realized that sometimes ya just gotta move on.
 
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Topgallant yards rigged with their truss, ties, buntlines, lifts, sheets & clew lines, and braces.

Next up are the royal yards. After that is the running rigging below each yard (tacks and sheets) which shouldn't take more than a day or two. Then construction of the spirit sail to be attached to the jib. All that's left after that is the anchor and flags.

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