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Introducing me by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 1 day ago
Welcome aboard Bryan, Have already seen the reason for 'the Pirate bit' and was highly amused, keep up the good work. I see you have much to contribute 👍 Cheers and Merry Modelling Christmas, Doug 😎 PS Will definitely be Spicing the Mainbrace, or as me ol' Mum says after a tipple "Splice the Mainbrace and Lower the Poopdeck" 😁

Re Boat Harbour entries by Dave M Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 days ago
I suspect the order is dictated by the file name on each photo, so the earliest are listed first. Not tried it but you could try renaming your posted pics to 1.jpg,2.jpg... The pics on the site are square and a yacht pic is often much taller than wide so will have to be modified by the on-line server to fit the square. This takes time and whilst a PC usually has ample storage space to provide a buffer to hold the up-loads, smartphones possibly don't. Harbour posts really only need one photo of the completed model together with all the detail info about the setup and a short resume of the model and any special details. The Photo Gallery provides a place for additional photos and you can post in the Forum under relevant sections. Doug, I and others have tried to encourage people to post entries in this format and we are gradually seeing an improvement. Members seeking info about a setup for their latest model can benefit greatly from seeing what others have used in similar or the same model and the Boat Harbour is a veritable mine of relevant succinct info in this respect. Happy Christmas one and all.

Christmas Greetings by cormorant Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 3 days ago
Snow forecast here tomorrow. Then we will have to break the ice I suppose?

Christmas Greetings by lesliebreame Captain   Posted: 4 days ago
nice video and makes me want to get out there boating but its snowing !!! have good Christmas !!

Christmas Greetings by Baggie Captain   Posted: 6 days ago
Very festive... good choice of music too!

Christmas Greetings by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 8 days ago
They didn't and it's a great video, thanks for that 👍 and a Merry Christmas and Happy and Healthy New Year to one and all. Best wishes, Doug 😎

Christmas Greetings by cormorant Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 8 days ago
Worcester Model Boat Club wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! (Hope YouTube haven't blanked the soundtrack)

Festive Video by cormorant Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 8 days ago
WMBC wishes all readers a Happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

Christmas Ads On TV by onetenor Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 17 days ago
Exactly "SANTA" had nicked the pressies and PB thinks it's the real guy .He sees and recognises the names and drags "SANTA" off to HELP him .We are now supposed to believe that after seeing the happy family and PB giving him a gift "SANTA" was reformed. HURRAH😁 👍 Violins and hankies ready 😱

Christmas Ads On TV by AndyG009 Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 17 days ago
Maybe I just misunderstood the ad, but I was under the impression that Paddington recognised the names, and 'they' were 'returning' the presents. At the end they watch a family open the returned presents. I might have got it all wrong - then again...................👍

Mobile Marine Xmas Market by HoweGY177 Lieutenant   Posted: 27 days ago
Mobile Marine Christmas Market invites modelers to bring and buy model boat sales as well as stall holders. Opens at 10am closes at 4pm. I will have several boats for sale, River Dance shown in my harbour and several others and a lifeboat kit of plastic. Other members of our group will be bringing another 12 models and further kits. Full address:- The Boat Shed, Highcliffe Park, Ingham Cliff, Lincoln, Lincolnshire, LN1 2YQ ...Free parking.🤓 Their advert:- CHRISTMAS CRACKER......... staged at the factory of Mobile Marine Models, this now very popular British Manufacturers Show is the one day CHRISTMAS market, giving you, the boat modeller, the opportunity to 'get' those last minute items for the festive seaons building!!!! .......from... the many various manufacturers that we are able to 'cram-into' the factory........including Dean's Marine; SHG ; Little Model ; Tony Green Steam ; ModelBoat Mayhem .... and quite a few more ........

Lighted Model Boat Parade by Brightwork Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 28 days ago
Harrison Model Yacht Pond Come join us on Saturday December 9th at 4pm as members of the Victoria Model Boat Club will be running their boats decorated for the Christmas season.

Christmas Ads On TV by onetenor Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 28 days ago
Doug thanks Bitzn I've 👍not seen the stealing bit

Christmas Ads On TV by bilzin Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 28 days ago
Message to all thieves in the UK If you wish to avoid capture by the ol' bill, just dress up in a red costume and some shortsighted peeps will assume you're Santa sheeeeesh !

Christmas Ads On TV by bilzin Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 28 days ago
One Tenor A second viewing of the ad may just show that P Bear was assisting in the distribution of prezzies which had just been stolen, and then rewarded the thief with a sarnie......sheeesh !