Cookies used in this website are gluten free, wheat free and dairy free. By using this website you agree to our use of cookies. More Info
Guest
Login Below
Join Us On Social Media!
   
Get The Model Boats App!
Apple App Store
Android app on Google Play


Help Support This Website
£
or enter custom amount

(Non Contributor)

Help support this free
website and donate.



£285 a year is needed to keep the website and apps online. Please consider donating £5 or more to help towards these fees.
All donations are securely managed through PayPal. Amounts donated are not published online.

Many thanks for your kind support.

Model Boats Website Team


Donation History
October 2017: 7 people
September 2017: 15 people
August 2017: 10 people
July 2017: 16 people
June 2017: 8 people
May 2017: 8 people
April 2017: 23 people
March 2017: 9 people
February 2017: 4 people


Unique Visitors This Month

Website Members

Terms and Conditions
Privacy Policy
Advertising
Contact


Model Boats Website
Active Users (17)
Login or Register
To Remove This Ad
Login or Register
To Remove This Ad
Welcome to the Model Boats Website! A place for all model boaters!
Feel free to browse through the website, ask your questions, upload your photos or even start your own blog!
Model Boats Badge £2.99 GBP
Pin badges, these are 28mm enamel badges, they're heavy! Gold coloured edge and a shiny epoxy protective coating make these badges completely water proof too! But don't go falling Into the pond to find out! Something to add to your t-shirt or cap. Don't have a cap? Why not order one of them too!
Want to advertise here?
Petzon Newest Member!
21st Oct 2017
Sweden
4 hours ago
Samson Post Rounded £1.00 GBP
Rounded Samson Post in both 1:16 and 1:12 scales. Available in white, grey or black.

1:16 Scale: 9mm base diameter. 10mm height.
1:12 Scale: 13mm base diameter. 15mm height.
Want to advertise here?
Upcoming Events
MODEL HOBBY
19th Oct 2017 - 22nd Oct 2017
On Today!
Blackpool Model Show
21st Oct 2017 - 22nd Oct 2017
On Today!
International Model Boat Show
10th Nov 2017 - 12th Nov 2017
20 days away
Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum Model Boat Expo
19th May 2018 - 20th May 2018
209 days away
Chickerell Steam & Vintage Show
30th Jun 2018 - 1st Jul 2018
251 days away
Activity Feed
Following Blog
vosper
1 day ago
Sea Commander Ocean yacht
Attending Event
mturpin013
4 days ago
Blackpool Model Show
Attending Event
Benny
4 days ago
The Model Boat Convention
Attending Event
robtroi
4 days ago
Blackpool Model Show
Attending Event
robtroi
4 days ago
International Model Boat Show
Featured Articles
paddle tug Aid
2 hours ago
Pleasure Crafts Photo Gallery
2 hours ago
Chris Craft Corvette
4 hours ago
3D printing
10 hours ago
Wherrys
12 hours ago
Jet Sprint Boat
12 hours ago
New Members :-)
12 hours ago
Varnish
13 hours ago
Twin motor control problem
15 hours ago
paddle tug Aid
24 hours ago
Huntsman 34 "John"
1 day ago
Billings Sea King refit
1 day ago
Aerokits Solant Class Lifeboat
2 days ago
M.V. TEAKWOOD
2 days ago
Emily P II
2 days ago
It's Your Website...
Submit Your Photos!
Photo Gallery
Start Your Own Build Blog!
Boat Building Blogs
Submit Video Clips!
Video Gallery
Ask & Answer Questions!
Model Boats Forum
How's Your Boat Setup?
Boat Setups
Tell Us About An Event!
Events Calendar
Add Your Local Club!
Model Boat Clubs
Is This Website Useful?
Sign The Guestbook
Latest Posts
paddle tug Aid by marky Admiral   Posted: 2 hours ago
my wife got the book online from a company called Abe's books i think they had 3 or 4in stock ,it does have fore and aft rudders and is very symmetrical looking ,Aid was built in 1889 and worked out of Ramsgate ,I have only built static models before (3)so will build the hull and decide from there, I am attempting to draw the wheels using CAD and will hopefully get them water jet cut or photo etched at my work

paddle tug Aid by colinhubbard Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 hours ago
Like your plan, is the book readily available, from the picture I take it that the tug has for and aft rudders, are you building with independently driven paddles or single shaft. Love the shape. Best wishes for a super build, Colin.

My collection by Brucef102 Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 2 hours ago
That’s a very impressive collection

My collection by colinhubbard Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 3 hours ago
Have gone a deep shade of GREEN, envy, what a fabulous collection, I'd scrap all my boats for one of yours. Keep up the good work. Best wishes Colin.

My collection by Brightwork Lieutenant   Posted: 3 hours ago
I used to keep them in a glass display case..until we moved.

Harco by Brightwork Lieutenant   Posted: 3 hours ago
Early kit boat from the 50's Very hard to find Harco 40

Cris Craft Constellation by Brightwork Lieutenant   Posted: 3 hours ago
Lindberg model Chris craft Constellation (plastic)

Chris Craft Express 22 by Brightwork Lieutenant   Posted: 4 hours ago
22 " model of 22' Chris Craft Express kit by Berkeley Models from 50's

Chris Craft Corvette by Brightwork Lieutenant   Posted: 4 hours ago
4 feet long Chris Craft Corvette model also by Sterling models from the 50's

Chris Craft 63' by Brightwork Lieutenant   Posted: 4 hours ago
Kit from Sterling Boats that came out in the late 50's Electric drive twin screw.

Chris Craft Corvette by Brightwork Lieutenant   Posted: 4 hours ago
I saw this boat online a few years back and have coveted it ever since. It was built by an incredible man who I believed passed away and left this. The boat is "Balboa" Panama. Hopefully someone will know more about her. I would sell my entire collection for her. "note the mans hand compared to the engine"

3D printing by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 10 hours ago
The Chinese too, check this out! 😲 https://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/08/3d-printed-houses_... 😎

3D printing by marky Admiral   Posted: 10 hours ago
Einsteins theory of relalive infinity is again proven to be correct thanks to the advances of 3D printing 👍😁,there printing a 3D house in one of the Scandanavian counntries but i couldent find the link again and there was me thinking that Lego was advanced😁

3D printing by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 12 hours ago
Of course not! It's recycled. They send it round a Black Hole to 'spaghettify' it, then wind it back on the printer spool 😉

Wherrys by Baggie Commander   Posted: 12 hours ago
Dear Doug... thank you. I am very lucky to own it. It sails perfectly too and certainly gets interest from passers by - young and old

Popular Tags