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How many is to Many by RNinMunich Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 6 days ago
a REAL scary question 🤔 1 H class Destroyer and 1 Submarine KM IIA (1:72) in SLEP (Service Life Extension Programme!) 1 KM pocket Battleship Graf Spee & 1 HMS Belfast (1:128) in Fitting Out Dock. 1 Tug Southampton ca 1:50 ARTR 1 Kentish Fishing Boat ca 1:50 inherited restoration & motorisation project 1 Sea Scout restoration ARTR, built by my Dad 50 years ago! 1 flying boat ARTR 1 Hovercraft needing painting & RC gear fitting. Potential 'Plastic Magic' :- 1:350 Bismarck, USS Enterprise (The Big E), HMS Hood, HMS Ark Royal, Airfix HMS Illustrious (Invincible class) & T45 Daring 1:72 Revell Flower class corvette, German Lifeboat & S100 class E Boat, Airfix MTB, RAF Launch, KM E Boat 1:144 Revell Fletcher class destroyer. Have started collecting Micron Radio gear for the conversions. And JFF an Airship! Ready except for the Helium needed! Plus many 1:400 1:600 1:720WW2 navies plastic kits & etched parts JFF & to hone the skills I should live so long ! Help 🤔 Cheers from Munich Doug 😎

Emily P II by GrahamP74 Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 9 days ago
[Score: 6/10] 33" Emily P II Single Propellor (3 Blade 40mm) Geared to a Torpedo 500 (3 Blade) - Comments: Purchased this hull from Prelived for £35 and intend to create a fishing boat capable of trawling and netting. Scale will be 1:12 The black plastic is 2.5mm thick and has been used to give the gunnels some depth. There will be a layer of fibre glass applied. Updates as the build continues...

Net Hauler for next model Emily P II by GrahamP74 Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 10 days ago
[Score: 5/10] - Comments: Scale 1:12 Have made this micro hauler static model for the next inshore fishing boat I am currently building. Made after reviewing plans and measuring a couple of styles on fishing boats. Made from sheet PVA craft board and two different sizes of water pipe...

FALKE by Inkoust Commander   Posted: 21 days ago
[Score: 8/10] Capable of 7mph and a runtime of 80mins Single Propellor (3 Blade 30mm) Direct Drive to a Dsys (3 Blade) Powered by LiPoly (7.4v) 4Amp/h Batteries Controlled Through DSYS (15Amps) ESC - Comments: Model fishing boat from ěského manufacturer VLADYKA models. ABS other wood hull. Engine 600. The whole structure on my site http://www.inkoust.estranky.cz /fotoalbum/falke--vladyka/

My first boat!! by figtree7nts Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 1 month ago
Hi Nick, Congratulations on winning a model boat! also welcome to the website. you will find a bunch of people here that are very friendly and very helpful! Which fishing boat did you Win? Ed

My first boat!! by NickW Petty Officer   Posted: 1 month ago
Had a great day yesterday, found a nice boating club and finally picked up my first boat that I won on eBay.....42" fishing boat, full electrics, works perfectly.....can't wait for Saturday, hope it's nice weather.....been waiting years for this moment :-)

HYDROGRAF by Inkoust Commander   Posted: 1 month ago
Wooden structure model fishing boats. Was done on his knee at home in the kitchen from the remnants of plywood, balsa etc. Motor 1 pc 600 with water cooling, 1pc battery NiCd 3000 mA. Excellent handling characteristics. Even though it was not good at handling the water looks great.

NAXOS by Inkoust Commander   Posted: 1 month ago
All composite construction of 36 cm fishing boats, motor drive 280, 2200 mA lithium-polymer battery, cabin lighting, reflector and marker lamps.

Dragonet by Hybrid Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 1 month ago
This is my 6 month in build of a fully working fishing boat .she has a real I have modified and put a 20kg winch servo so u can real in and out and have drill a hole in to the real and put another servo so u can lock the reel out to.made a back plate on the end of a cut off rod and bolted in to the hull. She has full fpv from the wheel house with a 360 spin HD camera and have even put a digital amp meter so u can look at to and see how mUchida power u have left full running lights controls off hand setc to twin brushless motor water cooled and a large 100 amp esc with air fan and own power supply going to take her out tomorrow for her maiden voyage. Witch has bin a real long time coming and a lot of blood sweat and stress to get it all to work but finally I'm there hope u all enjoy and like what I have dun thanks for reading my post Ben

Alternative motors by Dave M Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 months ago
Hi Sonar Used to be very popular with the model Tug fraternity. I had two in my Eldergarth (4') and they worked fine. They are able to turn large coarse bladed props with ease and do not normally require any cooling. I used a couple of Electronize ESC's but any 20/30 amp make should be OK. They are not fast revving so most suited to Tugs, workboats, cargo vessels and fishing boats. If you have a fast boat they would not be suitable. Weight may also be a problem in smaller models

RN Outpost Munich by RNinMunich Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 2 months ago
This is not actually a club, just me! A recently retired Naval Comms engineer who has lived here for 31 years and occasionally sails his 1:72 136cm HMS Hotspur H class destroyer and/or 1:72 107cm Type IIA U26 on the lake in the Ostpark (East Park) near me in east Munich. It's pretty big with an island in the middle so it's figure 8 shaped. In summer there is a powerful fountain as well, so caution if you don't suddenly want to find you are piloting a 'Flying Boat' 😉 Site is very convenient, right next to the Biergarten 👍 Tx one hand, beer (or wine?) in the other. In retirement I'm looking forward to refitting my fleet; 1 destroyer, 1 U Boat, 1 tug ca 1:50 almost serviceable, 1 inherited Kentish fishing boat - restoration project!; 1 Pocket Battleship (Graf Spee 145cm) and 1 cruiser (Belfast 125cm) fitting out with electronics. Both 1:128. Ark Royal, Hood and Bismark at 1:350 are in the planning stages. Happy modelling Doug RNinMunich😎 If you are ever in Munich ....

Robbe `St Germain` fishing boat by agoodboater Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 2 months ago
for sale is my French fishing boat `St Germain` built from a Robbe kit (which you can`t get now) 32"long and a beam of 12" it a nice size at 1/20 scale lots of detail working lights and radar operated from your radio she in top condition for sailing complete with 12v 7mAh battery receiver battery and could inc specktrum RX, you will need you own TX ,looks great in or out the water , and sails really well, ****NOW SOLD*******

For sale ww2 corvette class by Nev01 Seaman   Posted: 2 months ago
This is a beautifully made large model it has been made with the very best loving skills, the detail is second to none done to the very best , the boat is ready to sail all that is needed is a compatible receiver , it comes compete with battery. Genuine reason for sale this was taken in part exchange for a lifeboat i had , but iam not into war ships i prefer tugs, fishing boats. First to see will buy it is a top spec boat in fantastic condition. Dimensions are - Length 63ins Beam 11ins Height 25 to top of mast Any viewing welcome ! DUE TO THE SIZE THIS IS CASH ON COLLECTION ONLY ! £350 ono Any questions please contact me thankyou ! OPEN TO DECENT OFFERS PLEASE CONTACT ME THANKYOU

Perkasa 49 inch by BOATSHED Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 2 months ago
I used to take a rescue boat with me, A small electric boat with me and I had a piece of fishing lie about 15ft long with those small bouny balls that are about an inch in diamiter threaded along it and run it round the conked out boat. The line would go under the boat and catch round the prop or rudder the drag it back to shore. The fishing rod I take now is a telescopic one with a fixed spool reel and fly fishing line that's bright yellow and it floats. Hoping to cast over top of the boat then drag it back. I was getting quite good at it. Mainly on my brothers boat. Mine was quite reliable but did conk out sometimes.

Perkasa 49 inch by lesfac Lieutenant   Posted: 2 months ago
Don't know how deep it is in the middle. I think there have been a couple of drownings over the years. I take a reel of fishing line with me. My plan would be to enlist some help and take the other end of the line to the other side of the lake. Lay the line over the boat. Tie a duster to the end of the line and gently pull the line over the boat. I am thinking the wet duster would grab the boat well enough to pull it in. I haven't had to try it so I just hope it works if I need to use it. I also thought about getting a 5 meter fishing pole off Ebay but didn't get around to it. But as I said most of the time the prevailing wind is towards the more accessible bits