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servo by Colin H. Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 days ago
Great idea Steve, I was thinking on the same lines as that's how my dad's 22 ft fishing boat was controlled using cables in tubes with pulleys in the corner and a forward steering wheel / helm in cuddy / cabin.

Century Sea Maid & Reflections sport fishing boat by Davevand Seaman   Posted: 8 days ago
Sea Maid run about, electric. Reflections fishing boat, electric.

More deck planking by canabus Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 13 days ago
Hi Chaps A lot more planking added and still more to go!!! It's looking a bit smart of a fishing boat it's poetic license!!! Canabus

Gwyneth by Nerys Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 1 month ago
[Score: 5/10] 25" Gwyneth Single Propellor Direct Drive - Comments: I have never added to my fleet by buying in before, but looking at the Bring and Buy stall at the Blackpool show recently I couldn't resist this little boat. I like fishing boats anyway, but this boat was beautifully built, clinker on frame, planked decks, good standard of woodwork, altogether, a worthy addition to my fleet. I sailed her for the first time today and was well pleased with her performance.

Our Ben Fishing Boat by GrahamP74 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 1 month ago
I have purchased a fishing boat as part of a boat bundle on ebay, It looks like a Cygnus DS25 hull. I intend to remove the deck that has been fitted very high, change the wheelhouse and make it into a small netting boat on a 16th scale. The name is for my Nephew who has enjoyed watching me make my other models and loves coming to the lake with me. This way he can have a boat of his own!

Julieth 4 French fishing boat by ChrisG Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 1 month ago
Beautiful boats and great workmanship, I think there is something wonderful about modelling in the same way as the original was built although it always seems a shame to only be able to enjoy the planking after lifting the hatches. 👍

Julieth 4 French fishing boat by NPJ Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
Thanks very much for that Canabus. Will get some. All the best. NPJ.

Julieth 4 French fishing boat by canabus Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
Hi NPJ I used TITEBOND 3 ULTIMATE WOOD GLUE by Franklin International. Canabus

Julieth 4 French fishing boat by NPJ Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
Just the thing for two projects I have lined up. Which adhesive did you use? All the best. NPJ

Julieth 4 French fishing boat by canabus Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
HI NPJ I gave a few bits of blind to my boating mate and he is using it for doors and access hatch covers on his TID tug. Canabus

Julieth 4 French fishing boat by NPJ Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
What a great idea using that blind..................... It has given me all sorts of ideas. Well done that man! Cheers. NPJ

Julieth 4 French fishing boat by canabus Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
Hi All A few pics of the difference in sizes between the Hellen and the Julieth4. Canabus

Julieth 4 French fishing boat by canabus Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
Hi All Just adding more pics!!! Canabus

Julieth 4 French fishing boat by canabus Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
Hi All As the owner of two Hellen fishing boats, I was looking for something with better access, but, about the same size. I found the French version of the Hellen. Larger hatch and a raised section forward of the wheelhouse. Also this is my first strip planked boat, I picked up an IKEA wooden blind for $5au with a 100 strips of 3mm by 25mm and 1100mm long. Canabus

Old outboard motor... by Westquay Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
Oh I know what to do with 'em, Doug, just not sure I could DO it! I think if you need a quick outboard and won't pay Graupner prices, you're stuck with a HobbyKing who do 2, both very similar, but about 65-70 quid a pop. I've just realised my little vintage outboard will go on my little fibreglass clinker dinghy, making it a wee fishing boat. I will have to put 2 servos in the dolly (dressed as an old salt). One will turn it on and off and one will steer once I've put a tiller on it. No ESC needed. Old o/bs either run or not, so he can turn the little brass switch on and steer it. Painted harbour launch grey, with a couple of lobster pots and a dog, it'll be a sweet little model. Martin