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MataRoa - Posted: 2 years ago by Mataroa
Hi I was given this 1m class hull by good friend in the Irish Model boat club last year and I started to refurbished the 1m class sailing boat this year here is MataRoa on her first maiden voyage this weekend in Herbert park Dublin I give her 10 out of 10

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Response by figtree7nts on the 3rd May 2016
Congratulations on her Maiden Voyage! 👍

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Smaragd - Posted: 2 years ago by Jan
Kit [Robbe] I didn't built it myself. I removed the motor and screw. So the only power is wind power. And I've equipped the boat with a sailor and a flag. When zoom in on the last picture, you see that he is also provided with a crate of beer.

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Julie Ellen - Posted: 2 years ago by 15Weyb
Bought this from a charity shop in Gillingham. Put in new prop shaft motor and servo's etc. She is a very heavy boat and sits a little low in the water, want to use it for the lights on the lake events eventually.

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Robbe San Diego - Posted: 2 years ago by sharpy1071
Another winter project for myself this time. Twin brushless motors/ESC's all water cooled. Interior and deck lights got some figures for deck then onto the lake when the weather breaks.

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Response by sharpy1071 on the 14th Jan 2016
HI there, the motors are Leopard LBP 4074-1400 with 100a ESC's of off EBay using metal u/j's to the drive as supplied in the kit by Robbe. Brian
Response by figtree7nts on the 12th May 2016
Extremely modern, well worth a second look. Job well done!
Response by sharpy1071 on the 12th May 2016
Thank you figtree7nights, up for sale now!! It's stupid on 4 cells, mad on three but behaves very well on two. I sail it mainly on three cells as I have more 3 than anything else.

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Margaret - Posted: 2 years ago by davet
Margaret is a 50 inch English cabin cruiser designed by John L Langord Glasgow Scotland. Plans for Margaret were sold by BasseiI Lowke . I bought a copy of the uriginal plans from The Mode; Dockyard
Margaret is powered by a TAYCOL suermarine electric motor and drive system
I purchased Margaret in August 2015 and have installed RC rudder control

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Response by Northumbrian on the 27th Oct 2015
that is a good looking old fashioned broads cruiser & I like the motor just like the ones we used back in the 50s
no rc then though nice model well done 👍
Response by boaty on the 4th May 2016
😊 I like the model and the motor. Fondly remember Taycol motors in the 1960s. I had an Asteroid in a Veron Viceroy and cost a fortune in dry batteries though it was very enjoyable,

I remember the Basset Lowke ready to sail boats which I later found that the same models had been produced in the 1930s. Both models were 39 inches long and one of them ,Streamlinia was steam powered launch with a funnel to the aft of the main cabin and the other was a similar sized launch with a different superstructure and electric power.

I must say that Margaret is a masterpiece with traditional quality and detail and a power unit to match.

Does anyone know if Basset Lowke are still in business?

The last time I saw their name advertised was over 10 years ago when I saw a couple of new O gauge steam locomotives in a model shop

Regards

Boaty
Response by figtree7nts on the 12th May 2016
I love her classic line and lets not forget her Dingy! 👍

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Pick axe or blood axe - Posted: 2 years ago by KenThompson
As above, pick axe or blood axe.
Can anyone recognise this yacht please, given to me , and looking to replenish back to sailing state.
With thanks

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Response by saga32 on the 8th Oct 2016
I have one in Photo gallery http://mdlbt.com/23571
Your's looks like new, mine is in a bit of a state. No names so far.

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Pick axe,blood axe ? - Posted: 2 years ago by KenThompson
Can any one confirm the name of this yacht please?
Thanking you in anticipation.
Ken.

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rascal - Posted: 2 years ago by Northumbrian
Rascal 1mtr Yacht with a no2 set of sails on fibreglass hull & deck
sails really well in a blow

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new bright sea ray 48 custom paint job: rc model - Posted: 2 years ago by saintsalvio
😎 All lights on! There is a party aboard! all the cabins and the cockpit are enlighted! hoping to sail it soon in Sanremo sea, course: Montecarlo! You can do big game if you want too!

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Response by figtree7nts on the 13th May 2016
Nice aft looking shot of your yacht, can you show a side view shot! also have you taken her out for a voyage yet?
Response by saintsalvio on the 13th May 2016
I will post a lateral view soon as the time get better I"ll try to bring her to the pond
Response by figtree7nts on the 13th May 2016
I look forward to seeing her lateral view, and seeing her in the pond!

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new bright sea ray 48 custom paint job: rc model - Posted: 2 years ago by saintsalvio
😎 All lights on! There is a party aboard! all the cabins and the cockpit are enlighted! hoping to sail it soon in Sanremo sea, course: Montecarlo! You can do big game if you want too!

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