Yacht With Suspended Bridge

Decorating By NAvery Updated 11 Dec 2014 , 8:45pm by -K8memphis

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NAvery Posted 8 Dec 2014 , 7:26am
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I have been asked to make a yacht cake for a friend's 50th Birthday Party.


The picture they have supplied has a suspended fly deck where the skipper can steer from but it also has a small bar and stools etc.  It sits out over the back deck.


I am comfortable with carving the hull and decks etc for the main part of the boat .... but not sure how to support the suspended fly. ( I want to keep the whole thing edible).  Should I make the entire fly deck out of gum paste? and support the back portion of it with sugar sticks?


Any helpful tips would be greatly appreciated!


Thanks in advance

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-K8memphis Posted 11 Dec 2014 , 8:45pm
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i'm not sure -- i googled "yacht with fly deck" but i'm still not positive what you are describing -- could you get there with gingerbread? depends on how big this is and exactly what it looks like -- only thing is you don't want it to soften and fail -- i made a phonograph with gingerbread pieces for the lid -- real crisp dry fondant, gum paste maybe -- candy clay/chocolate?


best to you

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