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Cyprus planks for building a dinghy

Posted by John (Sean) M. Walsh on February 17th, 2003 02:03 PM
In reply to 70 year old cypress by J. Hutchinson on October 19th, 2002 11:10 PM [Go to top of thread]

Dear Sir,

I have started cutting the white oak frames for a Riverside Club dinghy and would like to enquire concerning using cypress planks for the bottom and side planks, as well as the flooring and sternboard. They would need to be 3/8" thick after milling, 11'6" long and 8" wide. I would also need a keelplank 11"6" long by 7.5" wide and 7/8" thick.

I would also like to buy some more cypress for the sternboard,sternseat, flooring, and floorboards, and sidetrunks for the centerboard.

I can send these further details after your response concerning availabilities and price estimate.

Beforehand, thank you for your assistance.


Sean Walsh

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