Un tânăr cuplu reconstruiește o navă cu pânze de 105 picioare! | Reinstalarea Flying Coney Ep.37

Un tânăr cuplu reconstruiește o navă cu pânze de 105 picioare!  |  Reinstalarea Flying Coney Ep.37

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28 thoughts on “Un tânăr cuplu reconstruiește o navă cu pânze de 105 picioare! | Reinstalarea Flying Coney Ep.37

  1. Schooner or Tops'l Schooner? While Flying Coney was a sailing ship she had a tops'l schooner rig. That means she had square sails on the forward mast. Although this rig is very beautiful and gives more speed while sailing downwind, it's also more expensive and it's more difficult to handle. So a gaff schooner rig is probably more reasonable. It's also possible to start with a schooner rig and later on add the yards for the topsail's. What do you think?

  2. Hello Flying Coney, you're doing a good job! I'm following you're project from the beginning and i think I've a good advice for you. In the nineties i had a 26 mtr. sailing clipper , sailing on the Ijsselmeer and Waddenzee with 30 dayguests and accomodation for 20 guest to stay overnight. If I had greater jobs to do i went to SRF in Harlingen at the Harinxma Kanaal. Not so far from Urk.They are specialists in your kind of ships and the goal you have in mind i think. They can build it from bottom up or do only interior, rigging or smaller jobs and help you with your future plan. Ask for Lex Tiggelaar. For 2 years he was still in charge .They always had reasonable prices as in that sector the earnings are not to big. For two weeks i passed by the shipyard SRF on my Lemsteraak and they have been growing since. Very nice to see. I made a picture and try to post it to you. Succes!! Dirk.

  3. Barbara seems more comfortable with tools than Daniels 😂😂😂. Daniels, don’t forget to change your saw if you want to refit the interior of Flying Coney

  4. Barbara, I am so proud of you. You are not afraid to tackle anything! You are both such hard workers. I too am German and my children first generation Americans. Thank you for sharing your journey with us. Krystyna

  5. Everytime you look somewhere you find more work. They could have just poured concrete into the bottom of boat for ballast. Better check before you start removing that concrete. Good luck. Did not notice the touchup. Great job. When do you think you
    Will be finished. It sounded like your batteries were drained. Put them on a trickle charger

  6. je pense que vous n'avez pas assez de competence dans les multiples domaines pour arriver a mener a bien cette rénovation regardez les autres constructeurs de bateaux !!!

  7. Tear the mast down and replace it with an wooden onee. That's what I think. Much lighter if build hollow, so it wouldn't only improve sailing abilities but also seaworthyness and behavior in rolling conditions.

  8. Question, why do you have to lower the aft deck? If the cabin top clears the boom, then I’d imagine the extra interior volume would be a bonus.

    Also, obviously the concrete in the hull is ballast. I’d assume you have to replace whatever is removed for the hull repairs, but it brings up an interesting question. How do you determine the size of the rig the ship can manage? Are you consulting with a naval architect or just going back with what was originally there? Could you go over some numbers to determine sail size, estimated speed vs amount of wind and how you came up with the proposed rigging?

    +1 Gaffe Rigged

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