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Thames Barge - "Kitty" by Skydive130 Fleet Admiral!   Posted: 6 months ago
I know this is an old thread but help! I’ve managed to source the plans for this model from eBay and was wondering if anyone has the build article from about 1999? I live not far from Maldon Essex and able to visit the full size kitty anytime for photo detail reference. If none can help with the article, please pm me so we can discuss a solution, happy to pay costs if reasoanble

Thames Sailing Barge by TFH by Little-Charlie Sub-Lieutenant   Posted: 1 year ago
[Score: 9/10] 24"/1700g Thames Sailing Barge by TFH Capable of 3mph - Comments: S/H kit purchased on ebay my first attempt at building a sailing barge pleased with the outcome waiting for the weather to change to launch

Blue Pearl (sailing barge) by Bryan-the-pirate Captain   Posted: 1 year ago
Not quite a build as I found it on Ebay but I have added to it. The barge was build in the 1970's and was very well made. Design is unknown to me but I first assumed it was a thames barge based on the sail layout. I was so convinced I dyed the sails red and built some false side keels. Then I saw another model thames barge, it was longer and narrower with a slightly different sail set up. So here I was a sailing barge with red sails that wasn't what I had thought it was. What else do you do apart from making it fun.