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Re: HMS Bounty in trouble...

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Originally Posted by rockDAWG View Post
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They (crews) also painted over rotted frame before installing the planking, while he (I need to find his name) of Boothbay Shipyard was out for 2 days.
The shipwright is saying he told Waldbridge of his concernes and said Walbridge was terrified about what he found also. The shipwright said he felt concerned for the safety of the vessel. he says he told Walbridge but not the CG. he told his boss, and he basically said his boss pushed the question away down the road to the next inspction.

Shipwright says he had converstaion with Walbridge that he had to pick and chose his weather.
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