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  1. Thread: Hartley TS21

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    This boat is now sold.

    This boat is now sold.
  2. Thread: Hartley TS21

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    Hartley TS21

    Thera (once called scorpio) has appeared on Ebay. Originally built by an engineer, her centreplate was more than twice the standard thickness and she was reputed to be a great cruising boat. Hate...
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    CLAIMED I'm in.

    I'm in.
  4. Thread: PAR (Paul Ricelli)

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    That is such very sad news. He seemed a great...

    That is such very sad news. He seemed a great bloke and I valued his input always.
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    CLAIMED I'm in.

    I'm in.
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    CLAIMED I'm in.

    I'm in.
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    I use an old nexus 7 on the boat, for navionics...

    I use an old nexus 7 on the boat, for navionics and such, and it turns out the screen is polarised. With sunglasses on I can only view it in portrait orientation, unless I tilt my head extremely...
  8. Thread: Hey Mik !

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    Well there doesn't seem to be as much going on as...

    Well there doesn't seem to be as much going on as in years past. It's a pity.
  9. Thread: Hey Mik !

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    Hi Rob, I'm not a facebook person either, but I...

    Hi Rob, I'm not a facebook person either, but I opened an account to access our yacht club's facebook page. So occasionally I'll look at Mik's page and John Welsford's too. I use it the same way as...
  10. Thread: Hey Mik !

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    He's a regular poster on the Storer Boat Plans...

    He's a regular poster on the Storer Boat Plans facebook page.
  11. Thread: A new Hartley TS16

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    The local associations sometimes supply plans. ...

    The local associations sometimes supply plans.

    Sent from my SM-T815Y using Tapatalk
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    About time for an update I should think.

    About time for an update I should think.
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    My Dad had that book.

    My Dad had that book.
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    I think Bob's on the money - either a Hartley...

    I think Bob's on the money - either a Hartley TS14 or 16.
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    Oh gawd the steam engine! I must have walked...

    Oh gawd the steam engine! I must have walked past it a dozen times but only ever saw the boat. First time at the festival and I must admit I was expecting more small boats. Hopefully next time. ...
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    Paskal in Braeside could be worth looking at,...

    Paskal in Braeside could be worth looking at, http://www.paskal.com.au/
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    Cool.....Very cool

    Cool.....Very cool
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    They're just around the corner from me and I used...

    They're just around the corner from me and I used to go in there a lot and get lots of detailed advice, mostly about their molding products. I don't think they do that anymore - talk to prospective...
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    I thought they'd stopped over the counter sales.

    I thought they'd stopped over the counter sales.
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    This is from the Hercus register thread. Mine...

    This is from the Hercus register thread.

    Mine is stamped AR9708 (1965?)
    Tailstock stamped 9711
    Mostly Blue
    Virtually no accessories
    Had a hard life, probably in a school - major parts are...
  21. Thread: The project

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    I think my boat needs one of these. It could be...

    I think my boat needs one of these. It could be a hip dance band.
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    Ok, thanks Par.

    Ok, thanks Par.
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    Laminating Plywood.

    I'm building a new sliding companionway hatch with a lower, less bulky profile and I was planning on laminating three layers of 6mm ply. Is there likely to be much springback when I remove it from...
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    Hartley 18-21 Yacht Club Inc. (Australia) may...

    Hartley 18-21 Yacht Club Inc. (Australia) may have the plans, but not as PDF and not without paying the appropriate license fee.
  25. Thread: Red Zinger

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    At first I thought "eewww!" But the more I look...

    At first I thought "eewww!" But the more I look at it the cooler it gets.
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    Thanks Par, I'll have to do that. I have one of...

    Thanks Par, I'll have to do that. I have one of the larger Hartleys, and in thirty or so years the only times we've removed the covers is to reseal them when they leak. The pin has never been removed.
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    Yeah but it's a visual dry root.:? Not my...

    Yeah but it's a visual dry root.:? Not my kind of project though, I don't keep any men handy.
  28. I recently bought a 6 litre epoxy kit, plus...

    I recently bought a 6 litre epoxy kit, plus extras, from Boat Craft Pacific online. There was no problem with shipping.
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    Do you think so?:U

    Do you think so?:U
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    Well of course, how else would you know how many...

    Well of course, how else would you know how many layers of paper were between your digits and the poo.
  31. Thread: Whilly Tern

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    Thanks AJ. Patience is not a problem, there's a...

    Thanks AJ. Patience is not a problem, there's a whole heap of thngs I must do before I start anyway.
  32. Thread: Whilly Tern

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    Pat said, This is what Iain had to say, "No...

    Pat said,

    This is what Iain had to say,

    "No yawl rig for such a small boat. But one guy in Sydney did it. Capsizing all over the place, for fun. All i have is lug and gunter yawls for the...
  33. Thread: Whilly Tern

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    Immediately after my original post, I checked my...

    Immediately after my original post, I checked my email and found a reply from Pat at Duck Flat. He'd spoken to Iain and all is now clear to me. Thanks for the consideration.
  34. Thread: Whilly Tern

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    Whilly Tern

    I'm looking at getting plans for Iain Oughtred's Whilly Tern. At Jordan Boat's website, they have the scanned pages of Oughtred's design catalogue.

    The page concerning the Whilly Tern says The...
  35. Of course "most of the hard work is done":roll:.

    Of course "most of the hard work is done":roll:.
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    Hey yeah.

    Hey yeah.
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    Oh!

    Oh!
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    Yacht 30ft sloop IOR design

    Did this one slip passed unnoticed? No current photos is a scary prospect.
    Yacht 30 ft sloop IOR 1/2 tonne rule club racer/cruiser (eBay item 320672305184 end time 27-Mar-11 18:40:28 AEDST) : Cars,...
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    9mm AAAbond, I thought that's what was mentioned....

    9mm AAAbond, I thought that's what was mentioned.

    Largely meaningless? The estimate of average weekly earnings per employed Australian male unit 1981 in seasonally adjusted terms, was $283.90....
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    The last sheet of marine ply my dad bought for...

    The last sheet of marine ply my dad bought for our build was about $120. That was 30 years ago. Consider the difference between wages now and then.
  41. Thread: solving a mystery

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    Man. that looks cold!!:oo:

    Man. that looks cold!!:oo:
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    I too have only current plan lists. That's why...

    I too have only current plan lists. That's why the lengths threw me. Thanks.
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    Can someone please tell me the design names in...

    Can someone please tell me the design names in post #99
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    Nope. I look at every link you put up Simon, most...

    Nope. I look at every link you put up Simon, most enjoyable. They've got boats in them.
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    Mik, you are one hell of a salesman. If it was in...

    Mik, you are one hell of a salesman. If it was in Melbourne, I'd put my hand up.
    Remember the wooden boat festival is just around the corner, so Mik's spiel might just help find an enthusiast.
  46. Thread: A new Hartley TS16

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    Pictures of boats? Hell yeah!

    Pictures of boats? Hell yeah!
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    No, "a good percentage of the hard work has been...

    No, "a good percentage of the hard work has been done" - the guy says so.:roflmao:
  48. Thread: lead for ballast

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    Ah yes, the excitement of splattering the roof of...

    Ah yes, the excitement of splattering the roof of your house, your neighbours' houses and some of the cars out in the street with molten lead. I remember it well.:o
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    Keep Turning Left needs more interest.

    If you are into boats and you are not aware of the Keep Turning Left series of video blogs, you should be. Dylan Winter has been sailing his 19ft yacht Slug around the coast of Britain for the past...
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    Help needed with 50's style kitchen.

    We're remodelling our kitchen around the groovy stove purchased by the previous owners in 1950. We've kept two underbench skin on frame cabinets and made new overheads to match. Unfortunately, I...
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