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[WIP] British Whaler barque

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Hi, seamen.

Recently I am designing my 4th moc ship whaler.

Most of whaler ships had derrick crane, whale boat, stove to break up whale and get their oil in Ocean, 

And her type of ship is usually barque,

So she will have 3 mast and gaff sail. And there are also gun-camo, too.

Folding sail will be used and gaff sail is majpr work.

 

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This is her scrapped design, and

Now I upgraded her mast, boats, lifts for boats. And All of her body(hull) was changed.

 

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Her new mast, It will be used in her fore, main masts.

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Her new boat, 6 oarmen, steerman, harpoon man get this.

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Her stove

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Her new lift for boat. It had lock hooks.

 

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I will use 'Fer-Maiden''s Hull to this moc. 2000+-pieces will be used.

 

 

 

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grammar, additional contents

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70~80% of designing completed.

As fans of Lego Pirates know, Whole color was taken from the set 6289.

Now there are remaining tasks of Anchor system, Winches for boat crane.

On 9/11/2022 at 6:18 PM, Captain Braunsfeld said:

Fine collection of naval creations. I especially like that boat with the custom hull.

Yes I am looking for Lego man of war, too But private, merchant ships also had their merit. 

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add a picture for her draft

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Aye, this is a great use of Fer Maiden / Barracuda Brig base. She looks terrific, keep us up to date. I really enjoy her colors. All the updates are really cool - the new boats are much better and the stove looks amazing!

You could add a few plates to the structure/underside of the lower hull so she's "fatter" in the midsection - as would be a whaler or merchant ship meant for cargo. Fer Maiden's lines are styled after a late 18th c. French frigate, much finer (and lacking stowage).

Great work Third Nav!

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On 9/21/2022 at 11:53 AM, Supersick_ said:

Aye, this is a great use of Fer Maiden / Barracuda Brig base. She looks terrific, keep us up to date. I really enjoy her colors. All the updates are really cool - the new boats are much better and the stove looks amazing!

You could add a few plates to the structure/underside of the lower hull so she's "fatter" in the midsection - as would be a whaler or merchant ship meant for cargo. Fer Maiden's lines are styled after a late 18th c. French frigate, much finer (and lacking stowage).

Great work Third Nav!

Thank you for comment.

I  thought about it for few days, for additional essential elements to be added to this ship.(+pump to cleanwater tank, sailing cargo other than oil barrel)

You right. Use some plate on ship's baseplate is perfect idea.

as you know, the original of  Fer Maiden had this but I excluded that because of more oak barrel. 

But It will be ok if it's as high as two-plate-hight. Thank you for remind me.

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Completed whaler boat(x2), Draft.

 

 

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both different angle of props of hull had no any errors. 

designer of original must be genious.

 

 

 

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95% compelete 

and added parts:

indepenensive windrass + anchors(2)

working space

bell for sign blasting(fer maiden)

pump(sinking)

 

I am currently thingking about bow statue....

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