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Artesania Latina Hellen - Posted: 18 days ago by Mikep
Model is 33in inches long and beam 9 inches, height is 24 inches.
ABS hull model weighs 14 pounds. Power is 6 volt electric motor and 6 volt 3000 mah battery.

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Response by RNinMunich on the 3rd Sep 2018
Very nice job Mike,👍👍
Hope the Danish fish cutter I'm currently renovating / rebuilding and converting from static to RC will turn out half as well as that! 😉
Can you 'sail' her as well as motoring?
Cheers, Doug 😎

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Pilot launch - Posted: 26 days ago by Bryan-the-pirate
Have just brought this vessel, Well made and light. it is of show quality complete with working navigation lights and blue beacons.
Rather fast too

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Response by RNinMunich on the 3rd Sep 2018
Neat👍
Where did you have to bring it from? 😁
Response by Bryan-the-pirate on the 3rd Sep 2018
LoL Purchased on the bay of e and amazed by its performance.

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Sterling American Scout - Posted: 2 months ago by Mikep
American Scout C2 cargo ship power MACK 3-1 drive 12 volt 2 x 6 volt 3000 mah batteries. Harbor smoke unit model weighs 15 lbs.

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Response by Glyn on the 20th Aug 2018
You've really done a good job of the American Scout - very inspirational. What did you make the railings out of? I also have a Scout (which was given to me many, many years ago in a semi-complete state) that I'm currently restoring, but not sure how best to tackle these particular items. Yours look pretty good, so I'd value your advice. Best regards, Glyn
Response by Mikep on the 21st Aug 2018
Thanks for the kind words Glyn, Railings are straight pins cut to length and horizontal railing are Thread.
Response by Glyn on the 24th Aug 2018
Got it - they certainly look the part. Best regards,
Glyn

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Celtic Ambassador - Posted: 6 months ago by jugge
Hello frends
here is som pictures of Celtic Ambassador , it is evening and the lights are on.
it looks real good when she is in the sea when i go booting in the evening

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Response by RNinMunich on the 13th Mar 2018
Hi Jugge, all you need to do is fit a 'lighting board' like these-
http://www.model-dockyard.com/acatalog/aeronaut-Port_Starboa...

to block the light going aft 👍
All the best, Doug 😎
Response by jugge on the 13th Mar 2018
Hi Doug
I have look at those light but its only 3 v and i need 6v
thanks anyway
// Jugge
Response by RNinMunich on the 13th Mar 2018
Hi Jugge, I didn't mean you should buy these lamps, just make some Light-boards, like in the pics, to add to your own lamps! 😉
Thin brass strip does the job and is dead easy to solder. 👍

OR; buy those complete lamps and simply wire them in series across your 6V supply: 3V + 3V = 6V 😊
Whatever; have fun doing it, cheers Doug 😎

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Agenora - Posted: 7 months ago by Gascoigne
A scratch built model of a working wherry the skipper/owner was the great grandfather of a near neighbour. Used to work the rivers Wensum and Yare here in Norfolk. Model hull clinker built. In balsa with resin inside and out. Sails really well with a detachable keel. One of four model wherries built.

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Response by EAGLE on the 4th Mar 2018
It does you credit sir. 👍👍👍👍
Response by kmbcsecretary on the 4th Mar 2018
beautiful model would love to build one of these
Response by ChrisG on the 15th Mar 2018
So much like the real thing, amazing.

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Pride of Hyde - Posted: 7 months ago by jfstoker
Built from a Linkspan model kit, with additional crew and passengers with all decks lit with LEDs

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Response by Colin H. on the 26th Feb 2018
That is superb, I'd love it. Well done.
Cheers Colin.
Response by jfstoker on the 26th Feb 2018
Thanks Colin for your comments
John

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Angela Mary - Posted: 7 months ago by JRF1972
Trawler enlarged to 1/48 from a free plan called Constant Star in a July 1966 Model boats

385 motor, 35mm 4 bladed brass prop, 6v battery, featuring sound unit and working lights on 3 circuits,

Built from Scrap, about the Same Size as a billings Nordkap, but a lot Cheaper😊

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Response by jfstoker on the 26th Feb 2018
Looking good, nice way to build a lovely boat very cheaply
Cheers
John
Response by Donnieboy on the 27th Feb 2018
Lovely job.Especially using scrap to produce a nice model.

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Le Marite - Posted: 8 months ago by SelwynWilliams
French whale ship attending Waterfest in Weymouth Harbour 2016

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Response by Baggie on the 27th Jan 2018
Beautifully rigged

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drifter/trawler - Posted: 8 months ago by SelwynWilliams
Model of a traditional fishing boat in The Ivy cafe on Weymouth Harbour.

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Response by Baggie on the 25th Jan 2018
What a lovely old boat... very fine.

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Kiwi\ - Posted: 8 months ago by Gascoigne
Sailing well in the sun and sparkling waters. A NZ Scow scratch built from plans. Unusual trading schooner based on those from the Great Lakes, USA.Actual vessel now restored as an example of an early NZ coastal trader.

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Response by Baggie on the 25th Jan 2018
Looks so sleek and smooth.... lovely


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