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Old 12-31-2017, 09:14 AM   #1
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Im new to this site and im about to build a coastal cruiser from glen-l. I will make it longer than original 27 it will be 29 + a 2 swimdeck
But im starting in a strange way i will build it in scale 1:7 first to se if my changes will apply to the hull
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Thomas,

Yes, pix and diagrams would be great. Sounds like a good plan.
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Thanks for the welcome
And i will do so lot of pics and thoughts about it all when i start it all
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Old 12-31-2017, 10:26 AM   #5
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You have an interesting plan and great to share it with us TF, I also like the boat model as it looks tug style ...


Where did you plan to build a boat hull?


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I plan to build the hull in my backyard the real one that is the model i will build on the kitchentable ��
And yes its tug style one
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I plan to build the hull in my backyard the real one that is the model i will build on the kitchentable ��
And yes its tug style one
Ok,

Here's one small tug thing from England. Do you make a plywood or a steel / aluminum boat?

Boat Test: Tug Yacht 33 - Practical Boat Owner

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Im doing it in plywood
And yes i was looking in to that one but i do not want one in steel and the maker of the blueprints are from tha same company that ibought mine from
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