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SLOTH - Posted: 4 months ago by Northumbrian
the hull had to be attached to the deck then i built it up to deck level now i am busy building the top & working rigs i purchased them from Peter Wiles
I am hoping to get on the lake when the weed disappears & that doesn't look like happening anytime soon 😡

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Response by Donnieboy on the 9th Aug 2018
It's amazing that every club I've seen so far has problem with weeds.we use to have access to a reflecting pool with no weeds at a civic centre,But they changed the rules.Any water deeper than 2inches required a life guard be posted.When people in the condos saw us down at the water they would bring their children down to watch the boats in the water.At the end of the night they would thank us for entertaining their children.All our members enjoyed doing this.City politics is a b___h.
Response by jacko on the 2nd Oct 2018
woodbridge pond clear of weeds looked after very well

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KATYA - Posted: 4 months ago by jfstoker
Scratched built on a fibre glass hull, home made sails with a modified star wars figure
Bought from a member of our Kingswinford Model Boat Club, Peter Ellis, who sadly passed away

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Sterling Emma C Berry - Posted: 4 months ago by Mikep
Model is 49” long and with ballast keel added weighs 17 lbs. hull is covered with 2 layers of 2 oz. cloth fiberglass cloth and painted with Krylon spray can paint. Hitec sail winch servo for main sail and standard servo for jib. Model has auxiliary 6 volt electric power to compincate for my sailing ability’s and wind conditions.
Sails are Mylar.

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Victoria - Posted: 5 months ago by jacko
still looking for information but Bill Daniels design from about 1906 (plans available ) till 1951. built to the 10 Rater rule..???

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Norfolk Wherry - Posted: 5 months ago by CB90
Some pictures of my Dad's Norfolk Wherry seen here at Eton Park, Norwich. It will be featured in September 2018 "Model Boats" magazine along with his mates Wherry.
It is about 4ft long note my 3ft 72nd scale Corvette looks small next to it.

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Response by kmbcsecretary on the 18th Jul 2018
Stunning model, I'm looking forward to getting around to building mine.
Response by thelegos on the 5th Sep 2018
Very nice indeed, it looks like 'Albion",which I had the pleasure of looking around at Oulton Broad; it's an excellent model. I also bought a set of plans from the preservation society so it seems we'll have the makings of a fleet soon!

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Marblehead all set to go - Posted: 5 months ago by Ron
The owners of this sailboat are putting it in the water today after nearly a year in the repair shop. Should go like a graceful greyhound.

I will post more photos as they come to me.

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Evie Rose - Posted: 6 months ago by Kipper
An American designed racing class boat, the 1mtr 'Soling' is also popular in Canada & Australia.
Bought s/h & given a makeover.

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AC 60 - Posted: 6 months ago by stew1960
naw 😎this yachts has under gone a re fit from a new radio
sails and keel👍

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Response by stew1960 on the 17th Aug 2018
My new baby she is very slick and fast
Response by stew1960 on the 17th Aug 2018
Some more
Response by stew1960 on the 15th Sep 2018
Hi we had a good day today the first ⛵ of the Monsoon. And the testing of are repaired dragon 🐲

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Nautic - Posted: 7 months ago by watson220
Model Yacht Nautic from Grapner.
The hull is not original but is made of laminate. The deck is made of mahogany strips.
The boat engine is a MIG 480 powered by a Lipol 7,4V 5000mAh battery.

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Response by Yngvegr on the 12th May 2018
Nice one! I remember this from when I was a kid! We're talking 1973-ish :)
Response by watson220 on the 12th May 2018
Nautic on the water has not yet been but everything is ready to just put the battery and swim
Response by RNinMunich on the 20th May 2018
Nice job👍 Beautiful decking!
Crazing on the white hull looks similar to the problem I had with the clear lacquer on my Sea Scout. Surface stress?🤔
What did you use for paint / lacquer?

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2 Unknowns - Posted: 10 months ago by SelwynWilliams
Two models seen at the Plymouth Gin Factory in the Barbican. Whilst there I had to sample the product and chose the Plymouth Navy Gin, which is gunpowder proof at over 57% and like drinking a single malt compared to a blend. Recommended. We were in Plymouth for the IMASS shipwreck conference the next day, which ranged from Byzantine to WW1 Naval shipwrecks, including HMS Hampshire and HMS Vanguard.

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Response by Baggie on the 9th Feb 2018
Lovely looking boats and you sound as if you had a great time in Plymouth too.


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