Maine Lobster boat fiasco - the Denny-Zen

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Maine Lobster boat fiasco - the Denny-Zen

Postby popeye » Thu May 28, 2015 3:15 pm

the second phase of my catch up, was to do the finished log on this build as well. this is the scratch build result of what can happen, when one tried to over enhance a build. I had inadvertently ruined the subject of the Maine Lobster Boat......this is the atonement of my 'sin'......as it were.

https://gundalowdrydock.wordpress.com/2 ... d-gallery/

the time it took to scratch build this hull was quick and easy. once the progress caught up to the Phylly C, these two builds merged to form the dual build you saw in the build forums {I actually forgot which one it originated in....silly me}

I hope you enjoy the log.
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Re: Maine Lobster boat fiasco - the Denny-Zen

Postby GaryM » Thu May 28, 2015 5:56 pm

That looks like a real working boat. Great job of weathering.
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Re: Maine Lobster boat fiasco - the Denny-Zen

Postby popeye » Thu May 28, 2015 6:31 pm

I'm not that good with weathering........I don't do it enough. thanks for the good word Gary.
finished builds:
Nordkap 476 / Cux 87 / Gundalow
Mary Ann / Susan A. / M&M fun ship
Phylly C & Denny-Zen / AmericA
Andrea Gail

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Gothenborg
Half Moon
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trawler Syborn
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Titanic
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Re: Maine Lobster boat fiasco - the Denny-Zen

Postby eric61 » Tue Mar 15, 2016 4:51 am

Hi Popeye, not being familiar with fishing boats, what is the purpose of the sail at port rear.
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Re: Maine Lobster boat fiasco - the Denny-Zen

Postby popeye » Tue Mar 15, 2016 10:28 am

hi Eric

the purpose of the sail is for stability when setting out the traps. it keeps the boat from rocking side to side, and could also keep them on a straight course.
finished builds:
Nordkap 476 / Cux 87 / Gundalow
Mary Ann / Susan A. / M&M fun ship
Phylly C & Denny-Zen / AmericA
Andrea Gail

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Gothenborg
Half Moon
Boulogne Etaples
trawler Syborn
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Holiday Harbor
Titanic
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Re: Maine Lobster boat fiasco - the Denny-Zen

Postby trippwj » Tue Mar 15, 2016 10:32 am

eric61 wrote:Hi Popeye, not being familiar with fishing boats, what is the purpose of the sail at port rear.
Eric


It's called (commonly) a "riding" sail. It served to keep the boat pointing into the wind when hauling pots. Also some anecdotal stories from old timers that it would offset the "sail" area of the cabin forward to maintain a desired alignment to the wind (sometimes a lobster boat also fishes with nets or other methods and wanted to stay steady broadside to the wind). also kept the bow pointing into the wind when at anchor.
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Re: Maine Lobster boat fiasco - the Denny-Zen

Postby popeye » Tue Mar 15, 2016 11:10 am

hey there Wayne..........thanks for expanding on that ;)
finished builds:
Nordkap 476 / Cux 87 / Gundalow
Mary Ann / Susan A. / M&M fun ship
Phylly C & Denny-Zen / AmericA
Andrea Gail

in cue:
Gothenborg
Half Moon
Boulogne Etaples
trawler Syborn
U.S.S. United States
Holiday Harbor
Titanic
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Re: Maine Lobster boat fiasco - the Denny-Zen

Postby eric61 » Tue Mar 15, 2016 3:10 pm

Thanks for that, very interesting and I can see the logic in that.
Eric
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