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As stated about 15 times in the thread, thats what I get for not reading the whole thing. The guy that did the article, Dale, had his boat next to mine over the winter (or rather I moved in next to him). I kept looking at his boat and going " I know that boat from somewhere". He has been doing a series with GOB on her rebuild. I had even commissioned him to rebuild my bowsprit and samson posts, and he did a fantastic job. He is a really good guy.


So when can I move in next to him ? ( g )

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So when can I move in next to him ? ( g )
When you move to Buffalo, he left Havre de Grace this summer to take her home.

Here are some dry fit pics of the bowsprit and samson posts.




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Buffalo ? no thanks I went to school in Syracuse I didn't know it could snow so much ....

Beautiful woodworking. I be afraid to mare it when anchoring ....

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Buffalo ? no thanks I went to school in Syracuse I didn't know it could snow so much ....

Beautiful woodworking. I be afraid to mare it when anchoring ....
Yeah, I know what you mean. I try to treat it with care, but it gets some wear. Its a lot better than the old bow that I inherited.




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Sorry for the hijack, now back to ceilings........

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John,

Nice ceiling. I ditto the exclamation on the ports - lovely.

True,

I'm all teak everywhere as well and although it is dark there is enough light in my boat to compensate. I think what you have for planking in your picture is what I will be doing - thinner planks, easier to mold and work with.
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I am just catching up on this thread. About the confusion over "ceiling", check out http://www.thefreedictionary.com/ceiling
I don't know how authoritative this is, but their Nautical definition is:
"The planking applied to the interior framework of a ship"
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On a boat, ceilings are the planking that you see on the interior of the hull. The underside if of the deck is called the overhead. "Interior cabin walls" is a lubberly way of saying the interior bulkheads and perhaps if lubberly enough might also include the ceilings.

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I am just catching up on this thread. About the confusion over "ceiling", check out http://www.thefreedictionary.com/ceiling
I don't know how authoritative this is, but their Nautical definition is:
"The planking applied to the interior framework of a ship"
In the nautical archeology course that I took a couple of years ago through the NAS, that was also the definition used.
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Ok ok I'm sorry,

I will never say 'interior cabin walls' again. I will write this out one hundred times. Is it possible to change the title of the thread? I feel so ashamed ....

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