Taking off the Lines of a Boat

By W.M. Blake, published February 1935


Describes the method by which the hull shape of small craft can be recorded to prepare a “lines plan” from which a copy of the vessel can be built.     Two examples are described in detail and the writer modestly points out that “a little ingenuity will overcome most difficulties”.

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Filed under: North Sea
Subjects include: Archaeology | Historic Vessels, Museums & Restoration | Leisure & Small Craft | Shipbuilding & Design

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