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>> Home > Forum > Boat Specific Chit Chat! > aerokits swordsman scale fittings
aerokits swordsman scale fittings
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oldterry
(Seaman)





Forum Posts: 2
17th Jun 2018 17:34  
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I'm about to re-furbish a aerokits 42inch fairy swordfish boat .
I started this project 30+ years ago, with a FOX 2 stroke engine
and a water jet propulsion system.
The engine was rejected due to the inference it caused with the
27Mhz radio system.[ I still have the engine and home made clutch, any interest I'll
send photos ].
Back to original request, any suggestions as to suppliers for fittings.
Tanks to Stephen for his e-mail.
oldterry

canabus
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 124
18th Jun 2018 10:10  
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Hi Ye Old Terry
Try http://www.modelboats.co.uk/ forum site.
They have a guru on Fairy boats.

Canabus

oldterry
(Seaman)





Forum Posts: 2
23rd Jun 2018 17:30  
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Hi Canabus,
Thanks for the modelboats site, interesting, may well subscribe.
I would have replied sooner, just got back from the Lake District.

I like `Ye` old terry, sounds like an old oak cask conditioned Rum, I can recommend PUSSARS, just off.

Cheers

RNinMunich
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 2230
23rd Jun 2018 22:33  
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Which one?😲
"Pusser's Rum is a brand name of rum produced by Pusser's Rum Ltd. Nine years after the Royal Navy discontinued the daily rum ration in 1970, the company was founded to produce the rum from the original Royal Navy recipe, using a blend of five West Indian rums." Yum yum!😜
Name derived from the 'Purser' who would dish it out. Now the 'Logistics Officer' 😉
http://pussersrum.com/
Splice the mainbrace chaps! 😉


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Young at heart - slightly older in other places 😉 Cheers Doug
Grant me the Serenity to accept things I can't change,
the Courage to change things that I can, and
the Wisdom to know the difference!
Rookysailor
(Lieutenant)





Forum Posts: 89
23rd Jun 2018 22:48  
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Talking of Rum, have you tried the austrian rum Stroh, I got some 70% proof....tastes like rum & butter toffees😋

Argh, break out the rum lads👍

RNinMunich
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 2230
23rd Jun 2018 22:53  
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I'm a Bacardi Gold man myself. 😊
Stroh is virtually sold in brown paper bags here (South Bavaria)!!😲
There are miniatures of it at almost every supermarket checkout!
Very good for getting watermarks out of furniture though😁


Young at heart - slightly older in other places 😉 Cheers Doug
Grant me the Serenity to accept things I can't change,
the Courage to change things that I can, and
the Wisdom to know the difference!
Westquay
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 683
24th Jun 2018 10:21  
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Bugger, thassa rum 'un, Doug! I thought Pusser's is what was issued to the Navy! That's always been the implication. So which rum WAS issued to the men in blue and white?
Whilst I do like Pusser's and have a miniature ship's decanter with some in, I also very much like a Wood's with a splash of peppermint cordial, which lengthens the drink (I'm a tight sod), but doesn't change it's essential flavour, or texture.

Martin

RNinMunich
(Fleet Admiral!)





Forum Posts: 2230
24th Jun 2018 10:31  
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Hi Martin, the one on the far left in the pic is made to the same recipe as formerly issued on RN ships! 😜
Pussers (Purser's) is the nickname the Jack Tars gave it. 😉

Having worked often in S. America Cuba Libre is my favourite way of 'lengthening' rum. Saúde! 👍
Cheers All, 'Down the hatch' 😁


Young at heart - slightly older in other places 😉 Cheers Doug
Grant me the Serenity to accept things I can't change,
the Courage to change things that I can, and
the Wisdom to know the difference!