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Lussino
(Seaman)





Forum Posts: 2
27th Mar 2018 12:10  
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Good day

I start to search for GA plans if some old vessels.Few year ago its existing some site with a lot of plans xplans site from uk but for the monent I can't find nothing.I like to buy following plans

1. RMS SAXON
2.AFRICA 1920
3. NALDERA 1920
4. AMERICA SS 1884
5.ARABIA 1897

Any suggestion or help will be welvone.

Brgds and thanks

Smiffy
(Sub-Lieutenant)





Forum Posts: 15
29th Mar 2018 17:46  
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Try Sarik Hobbies (www.sarikhobbies.com) they list nearly 1300 boat plans including the xplans you mention. I think a lot of these are the ones listed in the old MAP (Model & Allied Publications) catalogues but I don’t remember any of the names in your list. Anyway good hunting.
Smiffy

DennisRobotham
(Lieutenant)





Forum Posts: 16
29th Mar 2018 20:54  
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hi Lussino, try the historic dock yard at Chatham, they not only have some plans but a whole collection of models that you can request to view by prior appointment, one of the biggest collections a going.


Dennis G.V.M.B.C