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18 hours ago, Hethwill said:

Will try to visit her ( and the crew ) when she ports at Portimão.

Only "try" :o You must visit. Well worth it. I saw her during the voyage to the US in 2015 - sailing upriver in parade, firing salutes and onboard visit (plus nice ship t-shirt purchase).

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2 minutes ago, DeRuyter said:

Only "try" :o You must visit. Well worth it. I saw her during the voyage to the US in 2015 - sailing upriver in parade, firing salutes and onboard visit (plus nice ship t-shirt purchase).

It is the middle of the work week, in a horrible month to get away from office :angry:

Will try.

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2 minutes ago, Hethwill said:

It is the middle of the work week, in a horrible month to get away from office :angry:

Will try.

:(  Luckily for me we had a big tall ship weekend when she came to port so yeah no work worries just crowds.

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5 hours ago, Surcouf said:

steampunk ship spotted at 1:42

refugee or pirate spotted at 2:45

chinese tower ship spotted at 3:26

monitor ship spotted at 3:49

missed broadside opportunity at 4:36

didn't notice a single baguette, but there's a fair amount of wheat.

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@Surcouf  what is the real hull thickness of L Herimone at waterline? do you know?

also say hello to Ryan Karakai :) does he still work on the shp?

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I have to look for thickness.
Yes Ryan work on board! You will certainly see it in the videos. He's a great guy! I'm going on board this weekend, I say hello from you :)

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On 2/2/2018 at 9:04 PM, admin said:

@Surcouf  what is the real hull thickness of L Herimone at waterline? do you know?

@admin Information is hard to find. But it is safe to say that the total thickness (plank + frame + inboard plank) = 50cm at the waterline. It is the average thickness (in France) for a 1750/1790 frigate.

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