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Oral test How to build a boat By Thomas
Different parts 1.Choose the boat and find the plans 2.Get the materials ( and tools) 3.Build the boat
How to choose ? A boat seen while sailing
Pictures on web sites How to choose ?
Vaurien plans Board 1 Entire boat
Vaurien plans Board 2 shipyard
Vaurien plans Board 4 Sail and other parts
The construction The structure
The construction The partitions
The construction What about the inside ?
The construction The inside
The construction The floating
The construction The stratification Sorry, no pictures for this section
The construction The painting
The Great Day The « mise à l’eau » with friends ! From the left : Sam, Pierre, Marianne, Arthur, me and Léa
The Great Day Carrying the boat From the left : Léa, Sam, Pierre, Arthur, Maxime, me and Rozenn
The Great Day The Bottle
The Great Day It floats, it floats !!!
The Dark Part Detailed costs : –Plans, shipyard and tools : 180€ –Construction wood : 327€ –Glue, nails, screws… : 53€ –Stratification : 313€ –Painting : 118€ –Boat equipment ( mast, pulleys…) : 300€ Total cost : 1256€
The Good Part It floats It was an Amazing experience Now I’ve got my personnal Boat but I forgot to say it’s name :
Choose the right picture Choose the right word. 5.
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