I was looking also and found this about it.Do you have a link to the Unicorn website? Google can't find it. Thanks
Thanks. The more photos I can find of Rattlesnake the better. Really helps in figuring out the plans.I was looking also and found this about it.
History: It is said that John Peck from Boston design Rattlesnake, and it was built in Plymouth, Massachusetts. and the two are connected by portable channels. The "rib grinding line" design makes the player's hull more accurate and easier!www.ebay.com
I've only found two pictures of the Mamoli Rattlesnake on the internet and the tiny bit of the quarter deck I could see it did not appear to have pin racks.I wonder what the Mamoli kit shows? But I bet there are as many variations as the number of people who has built it
I may have this figured out with the pin rails...
Assurance captured Rattlesnake on 17 June, The British Navy registered Rattlesnake on 30 November as HMS Cormorant,
ran across a drawing of the Rattlesnake with no pin rails but HMS Cormorant underwent fitting at Plymouth (between November 1781 and February 1782) and those drawings show it with pin rails and I think IMO that since the HMS Assurance captured Rattlesnake on 17 June and when they drew up before refitting which were the only builders drawings that survived (no record of John Peck's drawings) thats where the confusion comes in The photo shows some changer quarter badges removed, different color scheme, "pin rails" , so I think there is no right or wrong, who knows there is nobody alive when it was floating.
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