Well on a 98 Deg. F. day with a heat index of 125 I am safe inside the cool man cave working on the ship. Thought I had fabricated another cargo hook but after being forced to clean up the workbench I did not so have shaped another one. Taken me most of the afternoon to drill out some small winches to accept lines and start designing the rigging for the main cargo boom. Right now I am finally getting around to installing the slewing lines for the forward cargo boom that control the side to side swing. In this overhead shot you can see on of the small winches rigged to the cargo boom and I have a 2nd one to do on the opposite side. 100_0003-1 by John Moore posted Aug 4, 2022 at 4:00 PM In this shot is my big pulleys that mount at the top of the mainmast and heavy duty cargo hook and a small winch made by Seaport Model Works. 100_0002-2 by John Moore posted Aug 4, 2022 at 4:00 PM Got word today that the new superstructure for one of my scrapped 65 foot hulls has shipped from Japan and will be here Monday. Going to build a 65 foot deep sea crabber out of what used to be a small cargo ship. The superstructure is all wood and in kit form.