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    📝 Info on Smoke Maker
    2 days ago by 🇨🇦 GARTH ( Commander)
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    Was asked for more info . So here are a few photos . This mini humidifier uses water only to generate fake smoke no smelly baby oil & varsol odor 50%-50% mix for Graupner smokers .I get the power to run unit from the receiver battery port as the unit uses a USD port to make it work so I got a old servo & cut the wire off it removed the signal white wire & used the black & red wires to power up unit . I have to turn model on then power up the Humidifier to start fake smoke put the cabin on model & away we go. Make sure Positive & Negative are put in proper receiver slots Please don't damage receiver if it's plugged in wrong.

    💬 Re: Info on Smoke Maker
    18 hours ago by 🇺🇸 Commodore-H ( Sub-Lieutenant)
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    Thanks, great information

    I like this method, simple and clean, but how far away is it still visible?
    💬 Re: Info on Smoke Maker
    2 days ago by 🇺🇸 Len1 ( Lieutenant)
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    thanks for sharing. Len
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    📝 Smoke maker
    2 days ago by 🇨🇦 GARTH ( Commander)
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    This is a mini Humidifier got it on Amazon I got idea from a club member

    💬 Re: Smoke maker
    1 day ago by 🇺🇸 Hhager2 ( Midshipman)
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    Pull water from the pond n see any way to pulse it with speed?
    💬 Re: Smoke maker
    2 days ago by 🇺🇸 LewZ ( Commodore)
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    Care to share more information on this smoker?
    Lew
    📝 Zwarte Zee
    2 days ago by 🇨🇦 GARTH ( Commander)
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    Did a show Sunday ran Zwarte Zee it's rather short as a member wanted to run his high speed boat.

    💬 Re: Zwarte Zee
    10 hours ago by 🇬🇧 Trident73 ( Warrant Officer)
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    Looks great 👍🏻
    💬 Re: Zwarte Zee
    1 day ago by 🇬🇧 Doogle ( Commodore)
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    Very nice 👌
    📝 Zwarte Zee
    7 days ago by 🇨🇦 GARTH ( Commander)
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    Here is another model that was unfinished the I picked up for $10.00 Canadian last year got the model from a member of Confederation Marine Modelers . The Zwarte Zee is 30 inch's in length & is R/C .I forgot to do a build log on the model. If the wind is low I'll be running the model at Boats in the park this weekend at Hamilton's Steam Museum I did do a build log on model

    💬 Re: Zwarte Zee
    10 hours ago by 🇨🇦 Brightwork ( Captain)
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    Very nice Garth.... I have two. An old build my father did back in the 60's and mine the newer plastic hull kit.
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    💬 Re: Zwarte Zee
    2 days ago by 🇬🇧 Scamp ( Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Looks really great, well done. 👍
    Scamp
    💬 Re: Zwarte Zee
    4 days ago by 🇳🇿 IanL1 ( Leading Seaman)
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    Hi, that looks cool. Have you had it in the water yet? Cheer Ian👍
    💬 Re: Zwarte Zee
    7 days ago by 🇺🇸 jumpugly ( Commander)
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    Garth having all the fun! Dammit! 😉
    💬 Re: Zwarte Zee
    7 days ago by 🇮🇹 AlessandroSPQR ( Rear Admiral)
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    Excellent purchase Garth. $10 is actually a gift.
    💬 Re: Zwarte Zee
    7 days ago by 🇩🇪 Wolle ( Commander)
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    A beautiful ship. I also built the Zwarte Zee and I still own it.
    💬 Re: Zwarte Zee
    7 days ago by 🇨🇦 RodC ( Lieutenant)
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    Very nicely finished. A great $10 basis!!
    📝 The M.B. meet that wasn't a meet
    10 days ago by 🇺🇸 LewZ ( Commodore)
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    About a week ago, with the latest drought I canceled meets until...

    However we finally got 2 or 3 heavy rains earlier this week! Yesterday the forecast was 67% chance of thunderstorms, so I included that int the SSMBC's reminder emails. This morning it was cloudy but no rain. Only Jim and me were there.

    NO RAIN and the temp was decent and the pond looked good - could have been a good day for MB's. No rain all day and tonight. Go figure🤔 !!!

    Lew
    Florida ⛱️, USA 🇺🇸 ♥️

    💬 Re: The M.B. meet that wasn't a meet
    9 days ago by 🇿🇦 Rudy-M ( Midshipman)
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    Lew this sounds all too familiar. I often ask myself (because I will be stoned and hanged if I dare asking it out loud), why do people join a MBC if they have no intention of participating? But then, I also realise that the "change" and "having fun" are opposing concepts. Bringing something new into a club is not good, and if you don't do it, it's not good. But bring a TV crew and everyone, even the long over-due members, reaches out to the cameras. Human nature! Weirdest substance in the lab.
    💬 Re: The M.B. meet that wasn't a meet
    9 days ago by 🇺🇸 LewZ ( Commodore)
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    PhilH, don't feel too bad. That was an unusually large showing of members showing their models. When I mentioned "A TV crew was coming to the next SSMBC meet" people" came out of the woodwork like termites"😮. Have not had a meet like that since😔.
    Lew
    Florida ⛱️, USA 🇺🇸 ♥️
    📝 TV Segment on the Suncoast Scale Model Boat Club (Florida, USA)
    13 days ago by 🇺🇸 LewZ ( Commodore)
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    A few years back one of the TV stations in the Tampa Bay area sent a professional media crew out to record one of our meets. I got a copy of the finished video (permission granted by the TV station for reproducing). It is quite uplifting and shows you what model boating in Florida looks like.
    I hope you enjoy it!
    Lew
    Florida 😎, USA❤️

    💬 Re: TV Segment on the Suncoast Scale Model Boat Club (Florida, USA)
    10 days ago by 🇬🇧 PhilH ( Warrant Officer)
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    Great video wish it was like that over in UK most of the time there is only one or two turn up at our club🙄
    Philuk👍
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    💬 Re: TV Segment on the Suncoast Scale Model Boat Club (Florida, USA)
    13 days ago by 🇺🇸 LewZ ( Commodore)
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    Here is the video link. Lew


    💬 Re: TV Segment on the Suncoast Scale Model Boat Club (Florida, USA)
    13 days ago by 🇺🇸 LewZ ( Commodore)
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    Something went wrong. The youtube link is there in the creation message but it doesn't show after the "submit". I'll check on it tomorrow when I get back to my PC.
    Lew
    Florida ⛱️, USA 🇺🇸 ♥️
    💬 Re: TV Segment on the Suncoast Scale Model Boat Club (Florida, USA)
    13 days ago by 🇺🇸 DWBrinkman ( Commander)
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    I don't see the file or attachment ...

    AHHHH! Now it's there. Great video! Very nice coverage for your club. Congratulations.

    Dave B
    📝 More pics from the Edina Model Yacht Club Season Opener
    22 days ago by 🇺🇸 DWBrinkman ( Commander)
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    These were taken by a fellow club member, who obviously has a keen eye for photography.

    💬 Re: More pics from the Edina Model Yacht Club Season Opener
    21 days ago by 🇺🇸 LewZ ( Commodore)
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    Now that is how you show photos of model boats! Crop the photo or use a zoom/telephoto lens to bring the subject in close leaving a little water around the edge. Thanks for doing that.
    Lew
    Florida ⛱️, USA 🇺🇸
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    💬 Re: More pics from the Edina Model Yacht Club Season Opener
    22 days ago by 🇬🇧 flaxbybuck ( Captain)
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    Thanks for posting these pictures. Seeing model boats in action like this is great fun - just what it is all about, eh ? 😉
    💬 Re: More pics from the Edina Model Yacht Club Season Opener
    22 days ago by 🇮🇹 AlessandroSPQR ( Rear Admiral)
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    Hello Dave, give my compliments to the photographer. Beautiful photos.
    💬 Re: More pics from the Edina Model Yacht Club Season Opener
    22 days ago by 🇧🇪 hermank ( Captain)
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    DW BRINKMANK
    that's why a modelboatclub is so pleasant and rich , when you see all the different types of modelboats,how they were made and the experience you can share between the members and of course interested people who are passing by and ask how they were made
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    📝 INGA IV
    1 month ago by 🇬🇧 philcaretaker ( Commodore)
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    https://www.youtube.com/shorts/eZDrO3aTJGw?feature=share
    💬 Re: INGA IV
    1 month ago by 🇬🇧 Frankiesays1953 ( Master Seaman)
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    My Inga is still in its box in the boat shed as yet unmade. If mine ends up looking half as good as that I’ll be well pleased.
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    💬 Re: INGA IV
    1 month ago by 🇬🇧 ChrisG ( Lieutenant Commander)
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    You guys really know how to rub it in, What with various problems I am hours and hours from finishing my model which originated from the Inga. I am currently decking, sail making as well as all of the many jobs needing completion before a hoped for launch date.
    I hope to post some photos soon meanwhile I hope that you both enjoy a session of fair wind sailing as well as calm.
    All the very best ChrisG
    💬 Re: INGA IV
    1 month ago by 🇬🇧 Rogal118 ( Commander)
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    Very nice, so serene, she’s a beautiful ketch, I love sailing mine it’s so enjoyable. Lovely calm water shows her off to her best.
    💬 Re: INGA IV
    1 month ago by 🇬🇧 flaxbybuck ( Captain)
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    Really enjoyed the water line video. She’s a beauty !😉
    💬 Re: INGA IV
    1 month ago by 🇮🇹 AlessandroSPQR ( Rear Admiral)
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    Great video Philcaretaker! Too bad there was no wind, I would have liked to see this model sailing.
    💬 Re: INGA IV
    1 month ago by 🇺🇸 Len1 ( Lieutenant)
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    love the water line video
    Len
    📝 Lake Union Dreamboat
    1 month ago by 🇨🇦 Brightwork ( Captain)
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    This is the "Turtle".

    She has had a storied career from being a pleasure boat on the coast of BC to being transported on the White Pass Yukon railway from Skagway Alaska to Whitehorse Yukon during WWII to serve as the US armies pleasure boat on the southern lakes. She then was transported to Okanagan Lake in BC interior in the late 60's where the retired Commissioner cruised her for years. Later she was transported to the BC coast (Vancouver) where she is now a liveaboard (Adalante). She has lost all her romantic lines and charm. last pic

    When I was a boy the Commissioner of the Yukon owned her and along with my parents and the head of Yukon Electric in his boat the "Dorothy" we sailed the southern lakes. Beautiful times.

    I know the commissioners grandson and he inherited the model his grandfather built of the "Turtle" from his uncle who passed away this last month. The model was damaged in transit back to Whitehorse. I am honoured to tell his grandson that I will restore her with some improvements for him. I want to keep the integrity and patina of his grandfathers build intact.

    It is poetic that as a boy I have fond memories of his grandfather and this boat and now full circle can lay my hands on the very model that his grandfather, who was my fathers friend, built. First pics are from our boating days in the Yukon early sixties. Then the model Such great memories.

    💬 Re: Lake Union Dreamboat
    1 month ago by 🇺🇸 jumpugly ( Commander)
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    Thank you for sharing yours and the boat’s provenance Brightwork! Such wonderful memories.
    One of life’s great pleasures in my book is taking something old and returning it to its former glory. Cheers! And keep those pix coming!!!
    💬 Re: Lake Union Dreamboat
    1 month ago by 🇺🇸 Isaac ( Midshipman)
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    restoring and repairing models are a great challenge that is also full of fun and in-depth knowledge of the subject.
    👍👍

    Isaac
    📝 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇨🇦 Brightwork ( Captain)
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    This is a model I acquired some time ago. I believe she was a model built for the owner of this very Chris Craft in the early 1960's. A beautiful job. The hull is one piece of wood carved.

    💬 Re: 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇨🇦 Brightwork ( Captain)
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    Flaxybuck,

    Yes..especially as one comment put it...they did not have the tools etc to make jewelry and all the fine work that it needs as they have now.
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    💬 Re: 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇨🇦 Brightwork ( Captain)
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    I also have a very substantial collection of Chris Craft Catalogues, brochures, kits and all pricing for all models from late 1920's to 1971. Here is a sampling
    💬 Re: 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇮🇹 AlessandroSPQR ( Rear Admiral)
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    Thanks Jumpugly.
    💬 Re: 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇺🇸 jumpugly ( Commander)
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    Yes sir, the wood railings screamed custom ordered to me too. Custom or not they sure are beautiful!
    There’s just something about the big Connie’s and commanders… to see One in the water nowadays is a real treat. Anything over 40 feet with a lot of wood will grab anyone’s attention!😀
    💬 Re: 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇨🇦 Brightwork ( Captain)
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    Jumpugly,

    Yup.....that's the one I have in my records as well. Chris Craft enthusiasts will argue that all CC were bulbous bow until 1958. As a note this model had the wooden railings that dive down to the foredeck. I assume a custom order for the owner. I have attached a photo of the only one I found with the similar railings.
    💬 Re: 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇺🇸 jumpugly ( Commander)
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    The book is called: "CHRIS CRAFT The Essential Guide" by Jerry Conrad, Copyright 2002 by The Mariners' Museum. It's over 700 pages long and lists everything they built at the Main Division from 1922 to 1977 including their kit boats and sailboats. And they then devote an additional 275 pages to all of Chris Craft's subdivisions including the steel Roamer Hulls. Great Book.
    😊👍
    💬 Re: 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇺🇸 Len1 ( Lieutenant)
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    absolutely stunning. The workmanship is above and beyond. Just to think that the hull was carved is truly amazing .All this done before and without CNC, 3'D printing, CAD, etc.
    Len
    💬 Re: 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇮🇹 AlessandroSPQR ( Rear Admiral)
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    Thanks Jumpugly, there's no rush.
    💬 Re: 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇺🇸 jumpugly ( Commander)
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    Alessandro, when I get home I will send along the info on the book. It’s quite a tome. 😆
    💬 Re: 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇮🇹 AlessandroSPQR ( Rear Admiral)
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    Hi Jumpugly, I admire and envy your encyclopedia.
    Is it specific to boats?
    What is it called (title, author and publisher)?
    Sorry for the many questions but I'm a bit obsessed with books.
    💬 Re: 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇺🇸 jumpugly ( Commander)
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    Brightwork, Found it! Here ya' go...from my copy of the CC Encyclopedia. 😉
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    💬 Re: 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇬🇧 flaxbybuck ( Captain)
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    When I see workmanship like this I feel like packing up shop and going home. Such wonderful detail, and beautifully done. Fantastic ! 😉
    💬 Re: 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇮🇹 AlessandroSPQR ( Rear Admiral)
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    Brightwork you made an excellent purchase.
    💬 Re: 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇺🇸 jumpugly ( Commander)
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    An absolutely astounding commission piece BW! I will check my CC reference books for more specs if you like. 😊
    💬 Re: 1958/9 50/55' Chris Craft Constellation
    1 month ago by 🇨🇦 Ronald ( Admiral)
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    WOW someone gave you a beautiful piece of work.
    📝 Filming "Dinghy Dan"
    2 months ago by 🇬🇧 philcaretaker ( Commodore)
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    A "Misty March Morning" sets the scene for filming Dinghy Dan`s first trial sailing at the Pavilion Gardens Buxton.
    Dans creator Graham Royle should be more than happy with the inaugural trials - ..... More to come !


    💬 Re: Filming "Dinghy Dan"
    2 months ago by 🇬🇧 Frankiesays1953 ( Master Seaman)
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    It looks real doesn’t it?
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    💬 Re: Filming "Dinghy Dan"
    2 months ago by 🇺🇸 jumpugly ( Commander)
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    Simply...
    💬 Re: Filming "Dinghy Dan"
    2 months ago by 🇬🇧 luckyduck ( Midshipman)
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    Brilliant, sails and looks excellent - love the first few frames showing the dinghy scale against the liner behind!!🤣
    💬 Re: Filming "Dinghy Dan"
    2 months ago by 🇬🇧 flaxbybuck ( Captain)
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    Well done Phil. Nice piece of work on the dinghy and Dinghy Dan as well as the Go-Pro footage 😉
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    📝 "Dinghy Dan"
    2 months ago by 🇬🇧 philcaretaker ( Commodore)
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    Maiden Voyage for "Dinghy Dan" - Allways up for a challenge, Buxton Model Boat Club member Graham Royle now brings us "Dan, Dan the Dinghy Man".
    See Links below Grahams - Clinker built sailing dinghy blog :-


    blogs/135864
    📝 "Dan, Dan the Dinghy Man"
    2 months ago by 🇬🇧 philcaretaker ( Commodore)
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    The new kid on the block appears here in Buxton, curtesy of "Model Boats Website" member Graham93
    ALSO - CLICK HERE > below for the "build BLOG" and the Buxton MBC Website.

    blogs/135864
    https://buxtonmodelboatclub.co.uk/
    https://www.youtube.com/shorts/WnPugAg68RY
    📝 "Dinghy Dan"
    2 months ago by 🇬🇧 philcaretaker ( Commodore)
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    Or "Dan, Dan the Dinghy Man" (The automated dinghy man) Another masterpiece from Graham !


    https://www.youtube.com/shorts/QmFQ84dBCi8
    💬 Re: "Dinghy Dan"
    2 months ago by 🇨🇦 Ronald ( Admiral)
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    …And some people just stop at a bear 🐻 …
    📝 RNLI Severn Class
    2 months ago by 🇿🇦 Rudy-M ( Midshipman)
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    This 1:14 scale Severn Class life boat was sold on one of our auctions. It was just the hull and bare superstructure.
    2 months later, this is the result.


    💬 Re: RNLI Severn Class
    2 months ago by 🇬🇧 xtramaths ( Master Seaman)
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    planes well,but two months! did you sleep at all? 😊
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    💬 Re: RNLI Severn Class
    2 months ago by 🇺🇸 jumpugly ( Commander)
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    A stout looker and very Badass! Love it! I want one!!!!!
    💬 Re: RNLI Severn Class
    2 months ago by 🇧🇪 hermank ( Captain)
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    Oh I love lifeboats!!!!!!!
    Whatever RNLI or the German counterpart
    Made 2 English, one German actually and the 4th is already on the wharf
    Rnli Tamar scale 1/12
    Herman lifeboatlover
    💬 Re: RNLI Severn Class
    2 months ago by 🇬🇧 Rogal118 ( Commander)
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    Nice job, planes very well doesn’t she
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