Comment from: William B. Kelleher [Visitor]
That name board does look nice. :))

Bill Kelleher
10/12/10 @ 01:16
Comment from: mark [Member] Email
still not 100% wether I made the boards big enough. Seems a little lost although that might change when the capping rails gets its white paint, and the pinstriping & numbers get painted on as well
10/12/10 @ 12:05
Comment from: Mark [Visitor]
Are you sure she was a Byker lass and not a Windlass?. I think you have got the size just about right. It's odd but I find that with all the large stuff still to do I still agonise most over the tiny details (the colour of a stipe or height of a deckhouse window etc.). Keep it up you're making real progress.
10/17/10 @ 22:47
Comment from: kevin hughes [Visitor]
was that boat ever called the scotish maid
and was it blue only asking cos my father owned a 52 ft the same boat
10/26/10 @ 21:41
Comment from: mark [Member] Email
Hi kevin,

'fraid not. Pansy was always called Pansy right from her launch in the 1930's

was it this scottish maid by any chance:
10/26/10 @ 22:22

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