Cannonball's FS18

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Cannonball's FS18

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Ya'll know what this means...

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Re: Cannonball's FS18

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The Lloyd's Register Group is a maritime classification society and independent risk management organisation providing risk assessment and mitigation services and management systems certification.
Joubert Sapele plywood is brown-red in color with rotary cut faces. It is made with Class 3 exterior gluing and complies to BS 1088 and the Lloyd's Register Type Approved.

It's good plywood!!!! 8)
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It means he got his plywood and will start building a nice boat! :D
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Re: Cannonball's FS18

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jacquesmm wrote:It means he got his plywood and will start building a nice boat! :D
Ha....that's funny!! I feel like an idiot now :oops: :oops: :oops:
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Yep. The jig is up...

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Boater45 wrote:
Ha....that's funny!! I feel like an idiot now :oops: :oops: :oops:
No, he is happy to have nice plywood, nothing wrong.
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Re: Cannonball's FS18

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Sure am. No worries. Ready to get started!

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Re: Cannonball's FS18

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:D another FS18 :!: TX is going to have a small armada of FS18's pretty soon

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TX is going to have a small armada of FS18's pretty soon
That is one heck of a bad pun, but I like it! A "small" armada of FS18's... HA! Thanks for a line that will keep me smiling all day, I really needed it.

Cannonball - Good luck to you! You have a lot of support here to help you get this together!

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Re: Cannonball's FS18

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Hey Cannonball,
Looks like you're off to a good start. :D You will find the members of the forum to be very helpful. Did you get the plywood from BBC or elsewhere?
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