Traditional Mediterranean Fishing Vessel.
A 72-page booklet including 42 pages in full color, on the construction of
model, along with 19 drawings and 183 color photographs.
The monograph contains the 11 plates at the 1/12 and 1/24 scales necessary for the construction of the timber frame.
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The Felucca N.S. Del Rosario, towed the Gozzo Santa Caterina.
The bark that I propose to describe is a Gozzo of 1759, used as a
harbor or fishing vessel, carrying one mast with a « calcet » (mastcap),
a « berthelot » (bowsprit), a main lateen yard, and a foresail.
A typical Mediterranean vessel, it was very important along the
coasts of Liguria as well as the Riviera.
Documentation relating to this small vessel is rather sketchy. It consists
in some iconographic records and even fewer manuscript documents.
In spite of all this, we have collected sufficient documentation to
be able to put together a monograph that will enable you to build a
beautiful, accurate and detailed timber-frame model. Although historical documentation is rather sparse, graphical documentation
has been used to draw all the details of the framing and furniture.
Thus leaving you, I wish that you may construct, according to your own preferences, a model worthy of a museum.
COMPOSITION OF THE MONOGRAPH
Cardboard shirt with flaps.
A 72-page booklet in 23x31 cm format including 56 pages in full color.
The monograph contains the 11 plates at the 1/12 scales necessary for the construction of the timber frame.
LISTE OF THE PLATES
1 Elevation, waterlines plan, body plan.
3 Completed timber framing, elevation and plan view.
4 Complete frames.
5 Disassembled frames; floors and futtocks
6 Top view and inside arrangements
7 Top view of the hull and crosssections.
8 The completed hull.
9 Masts, lateen yard, blocks, sails, grapnel, oars, bucket, bailing scoop
10 Plan view of the hull an rigging nomenclature.
11 Hauling (beach capstan)
Translated by François Fougerat
Author : Franco Fissore Translated by François Fougerat
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