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Sailing Ship


Sailing Ship. Paper Sailing Ship are a toy that many a child has made since the creation of paper. It is easy to make and it can be "sailed" on any small body of water, such as a bath, a puddle, a pond or even a little stream if you don't mind possibly losing it. Sailing ship is now used to refer to any large, wind-powered, vessel. In technical terms, a ship was a sailing vessel with a specific rig of at least three masts, square rigged on all of them, making the sailing adjective redundant. In popular usage ship became associated with all large sailing vessels and when steam power came along the adjective became necessary. Paper FoldingSailing Ship How to fold, How to fly

 

 


 

Sailing Ship / Paper Boat / Folding Instructions


Folding Instructions: To fold the Boat you should follow step to step the following sequence. On the Left side of the paper leaf appears before folding and on the right side of the leaf after folding it. The central image indicates you like you have to fold the leaf, after The folding you should click the button 'Next' to see the next step. You have to repeat these steps until you finish folding the Boat. With the button 'Back' you will return to the previous step. The button 'Start' takes you to the step 1 and the button 'End' takes you to the last step. Any doubt or suggestion Make It Here!
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Hammy - [Northern ireland - ] - [31-Jul-2014]
Why is the language not english the rest of the page is english and could you have the moving steps im confused
K.s - [Canada - Newmarket] - [31-Jul-2014]
Write it in english please!?
Jetro - [ united states - ] - [30-Jul-2014]
Is this floating?
Thomas - [Canada - ] - [30-Jul-2014]
Google translate: 1) start with a square sheet. then fold and opens the horizontal dotted line 2) fold and reopen the sheet, now by the vertical dotted line 3) fold the corners towards the center 4) bend up 5) fold the edge to the center 6) fold the edge backwards (7) open the pressure model where the heavy arrows indicate (8) fold the line (9) fold the line (about 1 centimeter below the rim) (10) insert the bent part of the sail inside the vessel as indicated by the white arrow. fold the bottom of the dotted line to the back, this part will work as a support vessel (11) boat done.
George - [Africa - None] - [30-Jul-2014]
Uhhhhhhh, cool i jst gt on but tis is tite!!!
Alex - [California - San deigo] - [30-Jul-2014]
I wanted to make a steamboat for some freinds and me last week, but the directions were in spanish. then i wanted to make a fleet of boats, and so i went here, and to the sailing ship page, and yet again, they were in spanish, i've searched high and low and no english directions. so, along with the guy above me, i say, wwwhhhhyyyy?
Shaman wolf - [Malaysia - Selangor] - [30-Jul-2014]
Introducir como velero duhh :p
Iamnotspanish - [United states - Colorado springs] - [29-Jul-2014]
Why are the written directions only in spanish, but the rest of the page in english??!! i cannot read spanish and some of the pictures are not very clear and i looked for written help. i found it but it was in spanish. wwwhhhhyyyy?


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