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Tug Mast and General Rigging

Old 06-02-2023, 01:24 AM
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Greetings all,
I'm in the process of nearing completing of two Australian Harbour Tugs built to 1:25 scale. I built these tugs from an old line drawing of the hull and bulkheads - the rest is scaled up from photos obtained from the web (these only really gave general detail). The original tugs were built from the mid 70s to the mid 90s by Carrington Slipways in Newcastle in Australia. Carrington has be sold over several times. These tugs are based on named vessels called the Maka Tora, Macedon, Tanunda and Wyambi etc which were basically the same outline over the years but with ongoing improvement. My question is this......... Can anyone assist with a drawing of the mast rigging and any other general rigging that should be added. I am somewhat old and my eyesight is unable to determine what rigging goes on the mast due to the lack of detail available on the web based pictures. I am unable to post a picture unfortunately which would give you specifics.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thankyou in advance. I'm unable to post a picture to provide specifics to assist you unfortunately.

Last edited by Cabba001; 06-02-2023 at 01:27 AM. Reason: Cannot post picture to describe particular style of vessel

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