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HMCS Agassiz Print Booklet
Author: Rod   Posts: 2   Photos: 38   Subscribers: 0   Views: 142   Responses: 2   |   Most recent posts shown first   (Show oldest first)

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Engine run up and testing - Posted: 15th Mar 2017
The boat is now completed and just need to test steam engine smoker and asdic sound system before launching

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HMCS Agassiz - Posted: 12th Mar 2017
This ship was scratch built other than the hull which was supplied by Fleetscale over a period of six months

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Response by Dave M on the 12th Mar 2017
Nice realistic weathering on the model. Does the whole superstructure and masts/rigging lift off? That's a nice looking steam unit, was it home built?
Thanks for sharing it should inspire us all to get building.
Response by Rod on the 12th Mar 2017
Hi Dave
Nice to hear from you again
Yes the total superstructure and mast are removable to get into the steam engine
The engine is manufactured by Saito and is a single screw with single boiler and pressurises up to about 60 psi
Heated with a methanol fueled burner and runs on full steam for about 25 minutes
The unit runs very smoothly and creates smoke through a built in smoke generator for more realism
Cheers
Rod