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LE ROCHEFORT 1787 - 1/36e
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LE ROCHEFORT - 1787 Harbour Supply Vessel / Yacht - 1:36

Gerard Delacroix

Booklet 24 x31 cm and 16 plates of drawing.



This small elegant craft is of a simple construction with elementary rigging, since only one mast and three sails equip its hull. The book includes a booklet and a set of 16 plates of drawings. In the booklet, a chapter describes the creation of Rochefort and the reasons that led to the constitution of the flotilla. A presentation of the lighters and yachts, and more specifically the Le Rochefort yacht, complete this article. The construction and laying out of the Le Rochefort are detailed in instructions abundantly illustrated with 3D figures, followed by a commentary on the plates including a precise description of the rigging.                                                                                                                                                                                       Size of the built model:

The model measures at 1/36 ° (L x W x H):
hull only 0.54 m x 0.15 m x 0.16 m
with masts and rigged 0.78 m x 0.15 m x 0.58 m                                                                                                               Contents:

Booklet 24 x31 cm and 16 plates of drawing collect in a folder
illustrate with an aquarelle by Jean Bellis.

The Booklet with 96 pages:
- The Rochefort dockyard and her featuring
- Yachts and lighters of the harbour
- Le Rochefort yacht and its construction
- Comments of the plates
- Scantlings, painting and iron work
- Rigging

16 plates in 1/36 scale :
1 – Schematic plan of the hull, lines and sections
2 – Parts of axial framework
3 – Frames (1)
4 – Frames (2) and hull framing
5 – Beakhead and stem
6 – Longitudinal section of timber
7 – Hold building
8 – Deck building
9 – Building forecastle and quaterdeck
10 – Longitudinal section and masting
11 – Cross sections
12 – Top view of the hull
13 – Longitudinal layout, views of the bow and stern
14 – Equipment and fitting
15 – Sails, belaying points and blocks
16 – The ship under sails