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Re Boat Harbour entries by Dave M Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 12 days ago
You beat me to mentioning this, Doug You are quite correct the Boat Harbour section of the Forum is for members to show their finished models as well as give details of the power set up etc. A picture is really needed to show off the model in all its glory. If you are able to posts in the Build Blog section are very welcome and do produce encouraging and helpful responses from members, who also benefit from seeing how others tackle their builds. There are other specific sections where members can post to share experiences or seek help for specific topics. Some members use Tablets or Mobile devices to view and it could be Stephen may need to make it easier for these users to access the relevant sections and post pictures. All posts are welcome but pictures do add greatly to the impact, and I suggest that any member who has a problem posting, sends Fireboat, Stephen a pm so he can address the issue. happy building and posting Dave

Membership by Sparkman Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 13 days ago
Our new steering course ,hopefully some of our 57 members will be negotiating it shortly

variety & fun by vortex Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 13 days ago
couple of pics from our variety of models sailed and from our recent Club 500 inter- club race. Come and join us on Sunday mornings, new members welcome

Guestbook Post by Tooley Seaman   Posted: 13 days ago
Hi - I'm new to building - I have purchased MMM "Canning". I hope I can get some tips and know how from the many members on this site. - I have cut many parts from cardboard as templates. Looks like I have to build rudder and place motor in position before too long. Any advice gratefully received - thanks. Paul - Australia

Looking for a Sea Queen by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 18 days ago
Hi phil, to send a PM just click on the members underlined name in any of his posts and you will be taken to his profile page. At the top of the page is a yellow button labelled 'Send xxx a Private Message'. Cheers Doug 😎 PS Press Cntrl, hold it, and then Pos1 together to jump to the top of the page😉

Deceased members fleet by RNinMunich Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 18 days ago
Hi, I might be interested in HMS Zulu. Sadly the photo is out of focus, can you provide a better one? What scale / size and weight is she? Cheers Doug 😎

Deceased members fleet No5 by kmbcsecretary Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 18 days ago
Here we have the last of his fleet the Navea looking for offers around £125 please PM me for more info and contact details

Deceased members fleet No4 by kmbcsecretary Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 18 days ago
Here we have the model slipway Maggie M again finished to a high standard looking for offers around £300 please PM me for more info and contact details

Deceased members fleet No3 by kmbcsecretary Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 18 days ago
Here we have the Bulldog i think this was a Graupner kit but not 100% again finished to high standard looking for offers around £225 please PM me for further info and contact details

Deceased members fleet No2 by kmbcsecretary Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 18 days ago
Here we have the model slipway Conserver again finished to a high standard looking for offers around £225 please Pm me if would like further info or contact details

Deceased members fleet by kmbcsecretary Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 18 days ago
Sadly one of our founder members passed away and his widow has asked me to post his fleet for sale so here we have the frigate Zulu finished to a high standard looking for offers around £325 please PM if would like further info and i will give you the contact details

Looking for a Sea Queen by rolfman2000 Commander   Posted: 21 days ago
Hi onetenor, I do have a set of plans available to me, but these days, sadly, due to disability, I am not up to building one from scratch. One member from my own club, and kind members off here have already offered sets of plans, which I have had to turn down, but was grateful for the offer of. I cannot afford a new kit (at approximately £200), so I am looking at a model to restore, hopefully, not in too bad a state. Best wishes, Dave W 😊

newbie by Dave M Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 29 days ago
Hi nutrunner I used to live on the Wirral and there are several clubs nearby. There is one at E Port, they used to sail in the top lock basin on Sunday mornings. New Brighton has a club as does Hoylake, at the Lifeboat station and West Kirby in the park. Runcorn also has a club. E port cover a fairly wide area so not sure which of the above might be nearest. All have friendly members who will help you with your new venture. Dave

newbie by colinhubbard Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 30 days ago
Welcome to the group, look in the club section for your nearest. Nice boat to start you on the road (water) to good boating. Please post pictures if you can. And don't be scared to ask for help. We have members who are very willing to give advice.

Denatured Alcohol by Dave M Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 1 month ago
Hi Chris Probably easier to apply to the hull with the deck off. You should leave the deck join area clear to allow for the glue. The bottom of the deck will also benefit and I usually use a pencil to mark where the formers join and keep the coating off this area. If you are using epoxy for the coating and the joining glue this may not be a problem. Once the deck is on apply another coat over the joints to seal. If you could a build blog would be welcome and helpful to other members, please. Dave