L'Amarante Corvette 1747 by Roland Vlahovici

Roly

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Hello everyone, this will be a build log of the Ancre plans on L'Amarante ,I am sharing this build on behalf Roland Vlahovici who was kind enough and provide all his images ,he is way too busy to do this on his own.

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Hello Brian,just wait,you are going to see some awesome stuff from Roland.
 

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I have the feeling this is going to be good. Do you always use foam on this type of build? I am guessing it helps with the profile and subsequent planking? Regards.
 

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What kind of polyurethane foam do you use? How is it applied? Is it a paste that dries to a solid?
Its a high density polyurathene foam,if you live in the Usa or Canada in Home Depot is very cheap ,pink insulations,1 inch thick boards.
 

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G'day Roly
Just joined your build. Beautiful work on the decking. First class work if I ever saw one.
Havagooday
Greg
 

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Something learned today - I thought, that the king´s plank is usualy not reduced in the width.....until now
Great work!!
 

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Something learned today - I thought, that the king´s plank is usualy not reduced in the width.....until now
Great work!!
I was thinking about my own sentence.....it is the planking of the poop deck and not main, so the Kings plank has not to take over longitudinal forces......so no kings plank necessary....am I right?
 
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