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Zwart Zee - Posted: 3 years ago by HoweGY177
Another loft find. Bought for £15 as a very delapidated static model. Converted for RC. Many new parts required and complete repaint from deck up. Up for sale as I have too many boats. Sorry you are to late the boat has been sold.

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Response by vc killer on the 5th Apr 2015
Hello-Size,weight,power,cost an more pics please-Thank You
Response by HoweGY177 on the 6th Apr 2015
Sorry has been sold.
Response by circle43nautical on the 7th Jan 2018
BRAVO ZULU! It's great when statics are given life.

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Oceanic - Posted: 3 years ago by HoweGY177
Cheap buy as It had been In the loft for years.
Most of the glue had failed and many parts lost. Totally resprayed or hand painted from deck up. Powered by to monoperm motors. Now finished It Is up for sale. Now been sold.

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Response by vc killer on the 5th Apr 2015
Hello..Size ,weight,power,cost an more pics please-Thank You

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Al Khubar - Posted: 3 years ago by topperles
This Is the first post Iv put on any site so ......here goes.
I have 18 boats ..................Yes 18 , and Im still married lol !
Love this boat , just going through a re fit , power wise etc,
just was not powerful enough. and too clean .
so decided to try my hand at weathering .
a bit daunting building something "pristine '' Ish
then trying to make It better by roughing It up .

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Response by Ballast on the 19th Apr 2016
Nice Tug Al

I've got five boats, none finished and not married but living with the same girl for 35 years !!! work that one out LOL !!! 😯 😀

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Sir William Hoy - Posted: 3 years ago by ralphwilmot
Started Sir William Hoy In 2013 and Is 45 Inches In length and I am still working on the fittings and finishing. The original coal fired tug was built 1929 In the N.E. of England.
Both model tugs have twin motors geared down 6 to 1 and have differential steering.

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Response by ralphwilmot on the 18th Jun 2015
HI Denis
Thank you for your comment. Both scratchbuilt

Ralph
Response by fact77 on the 17th Aug 2015
This is Beauty !! 😋
Response by circle43nautical on the 7th Jan 2018
BRAVO ZULU! She has great lines and a majestic profile in the water.

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J.R. More and the Sir William Hoy - Posted: 3 years ago by ralphwilmot
Both these models are scratch built Durban tugs In 1:48 scale.

Built J.R. More between 2011 and 2012 and Is 41 Inches In length. The original oil fired tug was built 1961 on the Clyde and was one of the last steam tugs to be built on the Clyde. This tug still exists at the Durban Museum and Is undergoing restoration.

Started Sir William Hoy In 2013 and Is 45 Inches In length and I am still working on the fittings and finishing. The original coal fired tug was built 1929 In the N.E. of England.
Both model tugs have twin motors geared down 6 to 1 and have differential steering.

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Tug - Made for taking photos of club boats - Posted: 3 years ago by JediErn
Just fancied doing something different. Started out with a deck mounted small camera and converted It on 27th Nov 2011 to an Internally mounted Olympus C7070 camera. Fitted with 2 electric motors to give full manoeuvrability. Lots of small mods but not used during 2013. After lots of try with video decided to try single frame pictures. Decided to keep with still pictures. May 2014 started to rework boat to look more like a tug and decided to rename It - Owner AMD, Operated by ACME STUDIOS, Renamed LILIAN ROSE. Bought a new cheap camara from Tescos so If lost would only lose me £30. Also fitted bigger batteries. Then started selling pictures.

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Response by Trillium on the 11th Dec 2014
Thanks for the Information.
Roy
Response by figtree7nts on the 19th Apr 2016
So, Cool I've never seen a camera boat before. 👍
Response by circle43nautical on the 7th Jan 2018
BRAVO ZULU! Great idea!

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s class tug - Posted: 4 years ago by tonytuna
this tug Is scratch built on a scale hobbies hull.you can sail her In any weather with no problems.

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Fighting Cock - Posted: 4 years ago by Trillium
Fighting Cock was one of the fleet of North West Tugs (Liverpool Screw Towing and Lighterage Company) steam tugs, built by Cammell Laird In 1953. The model Is built on a Kingston Mouldings Sun tug hull, the superstructure Is scratchbuilt from styrene, with many fittings from Mobile Marine Models. The motor was 'rescued' from a mainframe computer data drive, and Is direct drive to the propeller. Power Is from 12V gell cell batteries with a speed control by EA Electronics. Both hull and motor were given to my father many many years ago, and the model was completed approx 7 years ago.

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Response by figtree7nts on the 19th Apr 2016
Great vintage looking tug!

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mcs Marlene - Posted: 4 years ago by tduggan
This one here sits very low In the water but Is a very good model a very detailed model.All the lights work of a ldr circuit but also you can turn off each light If you only want some on.

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furness abbey - Posted: 4 years ago by tduggan
this one Is the sister ship to the Anglian man of mobile marines.Used as an estuary dredger to disturb the silt by a plate along the bottom of the channel off the a frame at the back. I was dead lucky to win best on stand for hoylake model boat club at Haydock Park 2013.

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