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Dr. Louise by Commodore-H Petty Officer   Posted: 19 hours ago
[Score: 10/10] 24" Dr. Louise Single Propellor (2 Blade S Type) - Comments: Purchased on eBay as a complete wreck. Totally done over and ready to go but haven't sailed it yet

Clinker Potting and Crab Boat by Ballast Lieutenant   Posted: 1 day ago
Thanks for your mail Robert and I look forward to the hull arriving. Your Clinker Crabber is a typical south east coast beach boat like the ones in the picture from Hastings invariably had a foremast and mizzen mast. The foremast was for carry hauling gear and lights and the mizzen had a sail to assist the boat to lie into wind and tide when hauling pots. Notice the simple wheelhouses. They were lovely old boats with loads of character as your is. My profile picture is the boat I am building.

Bring and Buy Sale by ColinT Lieutenant   Posted: 2 days ago
Yes another great day, thanks to every one of you who continue to support this fantastic Bring and Buy, I hope you managed to get all you bits and pieces ready for summer sailing. Thank you to all our helpers especially the Kitchen staff for the very tasty food. We look forward to seeing you on Sunday September 24th our next Bring and Buy.

My first boat!! by sonar Lieutenant   Posted: 2 days ago
Good luck with your sailing and have a great time.

My first boat!! by jarvo Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 days ago
Hi Nick, thanks for the info, bit far for a quick sail, but they will offer plenty of advice and help to you Mark

My first boat!! by NickW Seaman   Posted: 2 days ago
This one, all complete, everything works and ready to sail...thanks for the welcome :-)

My first boat!! by NickW Seaman   Posted: 2 days ago
I popped into Huddersfield Society of Model Engineers, they have an outdoor swimming pool for the boats, cater for rc trucks etc and have a working train for visitors to ride on bu it's the boat part that i'll be getting involved with. There is one closer to me but it's a lake and quite choppy...my first sail will be Saturday when i'll join the club :-)

My first boat!! by jarvo Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 2 days ago
Hi Nick, Welcome to the forum, its a great feeling to sail your first boat, bought or built you feel so proud of it, best of luck for the future P.S. Which club did you join? Mark

Orange Mystery by solo1274 Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 4 days ago
You could also try Nylet - www.nylet.co.uk They have a selection of Marblehead sails. I have just purchased some for a hull that I was given.

Orange Mystery by twofloats12 Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 4 days ago
http://www.sailsetc2.com http://sailsetc.com try these people i have used them for materials for the catamaran i have made, they are very good, i brought sail material and made my own the all so supply ready made class sails.another person is pj sails hope this helps

Imara by johnp Petty Officer   Posted: 5 days ago
[Score: 8/10] 46"/16000g Imara Capable of 5mph and a runtime of 90mins Twin Propellors (4 Blade 45mm) Geared to a 2x6 volt decaperms (4 Blade) Powered by Lead Acid (6v) 6Amp/h Batteries Controlled Through Old Midway models ESC - Comments: Very heavy but great to sail, has an old steam engine sound system with whistle and mast nav and cabin lights

Orange Mystery by Biggles Chief Petty Officer   Posted: 5 days ago
I have since been told, mine is a Battleaxe Marblehead, but can't find out any further information on the web, my yacht needs new sails and rigging.

Rena by dwkiap Seaman   Posted: 5 days ago
[Score: 5/10] 54"/6400g Rena Capable of 1mph Single Propellor (3 Blade 45mm) Direct Drive Powered by NiCad (4.8v) 4Amp/h Batteries Controlled Through none (15Amps) ESC - Comments: Rena is a scale model of the John Alden ketch "Rena" She is mainly sail controlled but has a small auxiliary motor for those days with no wind.

How many is to Many by WorcesterModelBoatCl Seaman   Posted: 6 days ago
That is a scary question to ask. I think if you dont know the answer off the top of your head is possibly to many. I had a database of my fleet, all indexed with setups, condition, if they needed any work, ones i wouldnt sell ones i might sell, what i might like in the future. Thats long out of the window now. Is there a too many number? I dont want to start adding my collection up, its well over 50, and 45 of those would be ready to sail at a moments notice. This could become like an AA meeting, Hi Im Bob and I have a problem......

My yacht by Hybrid Petty Officer   Posted: 10 days ago
Hi there everyone wanted to no can any one help me this is Mt yacht it's bin in my family for about 15 years now and I love to take her out sailing. She is 50 inches long and she has 7.1 foothe sails has a fixed to the deck front boom and the other is on the mast I named her storm 04 when I payed 40 pound back 15 year ago please help in identifying what she is thanks ben