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    (Pleasure Craft) Juyilanga
    Inspired in now defunct American manufacturer Uniflite, this boat is based upon 1970s-early 80s 28-footer model "Salty Dog" and is built on approximately 1:16 scale. Fiberglass deep-vee hull made in the U.S.A. Superstructure made with 2mm ABS plastic sheets. Equipped with 9v lights system. Completion time: nearly 5 months. (Motor: 500 series Johnson 69215) (ESC: Mtroniks Viper Marine 40) (9/10)
    (Pleasure Craft) Cheapskate
    Using a modified Lisa M ABS hull made by German firm "Krick", I build this hard top cruiser inspired in American boats from the 1960s and early 1970s. Scratch-built superstructure,was made out of 2mm and 1.5mm ABS plastic sheets. (Motor: HPI Racing 1145 Gt 550) (ESC: MTroniks Marine TIO 30) (8/10)
    (Yacht) Pinkie Pie
    Model kit made on or about 1969 by defunct German firm 'Robbe' based upon Chris Craft Roamer motor yachts of the era. Hull appears inspired on 1950s Chris Craft Constellation series. Deck appears to be inspired on mid-late 60's Chris Craft "Roamer" yachts. Model tried to emulate a 46 feet version. Approx. 1/20 scale. Real life dimensions would be nearly 46 x 15.83 feet. Authentic Chris Craft Roamer 46 measured 46 x 15 feet. Completion time: nearly 2 months (Motor: Mabuchi 540 Motor.) (ESC: 320A 7.2V-16V ESC) (8/10)
    (Pleasure Craft) Fishfull Thinking
    Inspired on 1970s Chris Craft 30 Sport Fisherman and Bertram 28 and 33 Convertibles. Fiberglass deep-vee hull made in the U.S.A. Approx. 1/20 scale. Real boat could be nearly 33 X 12.8 feet at a 1:16 scale. Equipped with 9v lights system. Completion time: nearly 2 months. (Motor: High Performance 2845) (ESC: Mtroniks G2 30A) (9/10)
    (Pleasure Craft) Banana Power
    Approx. 1/18 scale. A real-life vessel could measure 31.33 (length) x 10.2 ft (beam). Design partially inspired by the lines of the American-built Vanquish 23 runabout. Built on an old Graupner ABS hull. (Motor: Cup Racer 540 Stock Motor TP-540B-94F) (ESC: 320A 7.2V-16V ESC) (9/10)
    (Pleasure Craft) BademenΓΌss
    Double cabin cruiser of approximately 1:20 scale inspired on 40 and 43 footer Uniflite, Viking, Hatteras and Chris Craft models built during the 70s and early 80s. Using a Krick Lisa M model kit as a platform, I tried to reach as much realism as possible. The boat is equipped with a 9v lights system and an Mtroniks multicylinder diesel sound system. (Motor: HPI Racing 1145 Gt 550) (ESC: 320A 7.2V-16V ESC) (8/10)
    (Tug Boat) Triton
    Springer Tug push boat hull and superstructure with an indiana type command cabin from an American kit designed for swimming pool water polo. Basic kit altered to resemble a fictitious Salvamento MarΓ­timo (Spanish Coast Guard) unit following Salvamento MarΓ­timo's actual boat markings. Equipment and deck layout inspired on actual Springer Tug push boats supporting larger vessels and barges found in US and European ports and rivers. Approx. 1/20 scale. Real life boat could be a 30-footer (9.14m) vessel. Equipped with 9v LED navigation lights and sound system. Completion time: nearly 2 months. (Motor: HPI Racing 1145 Gt 550) (ESC: 320A 7.2V-16V ESC) (8/10)
    (Pleasure Craft) Legal Limit
    Original design "Express Cruiser" type boat. Old home-made fiberglass hull built in UK in the 1970s and rescued from previous owner's garage. Model built during April-July 2015. Approx. 1/20 scale. Real life boat could be a 32-footer (9.75m) yacht. 3mm 9v LED navigation lights system. (Motor: Biao123 A2122 ) (ESC: Mtroniks G2 3A Hyper BEC 6-12V ) (8/10)
    (Pleasure Craft) "Dirty Deeds" Inspired on 1970s Bertram Yachts
    I love old Bertram yachts and especially those from the 1970s when Bertrams were the standard followed by other manufacturers. I particularly like the stylish lines of the 33 to 46 footer Bertrams. Using a fiberglass pre-made barebones hull, many fittings like the seats, docking lights, navigation lights, hatch, vents and others were made on a 3D printer. it took nearly 155 hours (about 3 months) to complete. (Motor: MTroniks M500) (ESC: 320A 7.2V-16V ESC) (9/10)
    (Pleasure Craft) Berrinche - Inspired on 1970s Chris Craft Commander boats
    Sports Fisherman inspired on 1970s Chris-Craft Commander series (36, 42 and 45 footers). Approx. 1/18 scale. Real boat could be around 34-35 feet long. Video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieXA40s6upQ&feature=youtu.be (Motor: MTroniks M500) (ESC: 6-12V 320A RC Ship & Boat R/C Hobby Brushed Motor Speed Controller W/2A BEc ESC 30A Constant) (9/10)
    (Pleasure Craft) Bon Vivant
    Scratch-built balsa wood model inspired by late 1960s and early 1970s 25-footer Chris Craft Catalina, 25-footer Uniflite Salty Pup and other similar vessels of the period. Built in 2014 and originally painted in blue color. Upgraded in 2015 with a layer of epoxy in between original and new exterior balsa wood hull paneling, new color scheme, motor, and propeller. First project made by builder. Approx. 1/20 scale (Motor: DC3-12V Johnson 380) (ESC: XYS-BL20A/RCModelparts) (6/10)
    Recent Posts
    πŸ“ Boat upgrade - Ongoing proyect
    5 months ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Here's my current project. This is an upgrade of an old model. I retained the hull from a German-made kit from the firm Krick (model "Lisa M") and re-made the upper deck and cabin using 3mm thick ABS plastic to resemble an American type "Down East" type boat. Here is on its sea trial past weekend and during its first light system test.

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    πŸ’¬ Electric Barbarella
    8 months ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Thank you, Peejay!😁

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    πŸ’¬ Electric Barbarella
    8 months ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Thank you!πŸ‘

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    πŸ“ Electric Barbarella
    9 months ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Ahoy Maties! it's been a long time since my last posting. Happy 2019! I just completed my new scratch-built boat "Electric Barbarella". I tried to recreate (with some liberties) one of my favorite boats of all time, the 30-footer Chris Craft Sportsman built during the 1970s. it measures 24 X 8.5 inches. it is powered with a 9.6 NiMH 4200 mAh battery "nunchuck" pack (like the one used for paintball guns), brushless motor attached to a 30A Mtroniks Hydra controller and a 30mm M4 3-bladed brass propeller. The hull (my own on-the-go design) was made out of Balsa wood which later I fiberglassed. For the superstructure I utilized 2mm ABS plastic sheet material. To my surprise the boat turned to be a very stable and forgiving platform. I really feel a very close connection to this vessel as it is my first own hull design.😁

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    πŸ“ IG Offshore Austria Outing
    1 year ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Greetings! Here I have some pics I took at the IG Offshore Austria outing held at St. Konrad, Austria (near Salzburg) on 31 May 2018. Nice event which turned with better participation than expected.
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    πŸ’¬ Triton
    1 year ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hello! Even with the long and snowy winters, there is always a chance to sail around here as there is a local small lake fed with water from underground thermal sources, so no icebergs nor duckling poop minefields in the area. Just snow during the time, and I can survive with that. This particular pond, which is the closest to home, just reopened yesterday. Weather dramatically improved since last week so "Alles ist Gut" :)

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    πŸ“ Triton
    1 year ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    "Triton" patrolling its homeport, the Loisachbad, located in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany.😁
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    πŸ’¬ Triton
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hello! Grainau, at the Badersee.
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    πŸ’¬ Triton
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Thank you!😁
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    πŸ’¬ The Lone Ranger Rides Again or Hull Finishing ;-))
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    That looks awesome. Looking forward to see it in action!

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    πŸ“ Triton
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Springer Tug "Triton". Plain kit from the firm ZippKits, decorated with Spanish Coast Guard "Salvamento Maritimo" paint scheme.
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    πŸ’¬ Krampus Yachts
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hello Doug! Actually, not in Juyilanga but in Fishfull Thinking. I took a line here and there from our plan for the superstructure. I utilized ABS plastic instead of wood. No need to mess with fiberglassing and no cracking on the Alpine cold waters. Notice that I used the same type of hull on these two boats. Happens that Fishfull Thinking was originally another boat I had, but not happy with the superstructure, I rebuilt the whole thing but kept its fiberglass hull almost intact. Both hulls were home made by a guy in California. 😁

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    πŸ’¬ Fishfull Thinking
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Thank you!
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    πŸ“ Fishfull Thinking
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Boat based on Chris Craft, Stamas, and Bertram 1970s sport fisherman boats.
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    πŸ“ Krampus Yachts
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Some of my boats during a last weekend outing. Boats are at My Harbour. The blue boat (Fishfully Thinking") is based upon American-made Chris Craft 30 Tournament Fisherman, Stamas 32 sedan, and Bertram 28 boats. The yellow boat ("Cheapskate") is partially based upon a Bertram 31 sedan. The white vessel ("Juyilanga") was inspired on now defunct company's Uniflite 28-footer "Salty Dog" sport fisherman. Last but not least, the pink boat ("Pinkey Pie") belongs to my daughter and was built using an old Graupner kit inspired on a Chris Craft Roamer of the mid 60s. 😁

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    πŸ“ Fishfull Thinking
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Greetings from Germany! I've been out of the net for a while and rebuilding this boat with a totally new superstructure, paint job and electronics. I obtained the fiberglass hull measuring 24.5 X 9 inches from a California fellow via E-bay. Formerly a 45-footer Chris Craft at 1:24 scale, this updated vessel was inspired on a 1970s 30-footer Chris Craft Tournament Fisherman and on 1970s 28 and 33-footer Bertram boats. 😁 The Chris Craft in the attached picture from an early days brochure was the very only Chris Craft utilizing a Deep-Vee hull. The story goes that they apparently copied their boat following the lines of a Bertram 28 based on famed boat designer Ray Hunt. Bertram sued in court and Chris Craft ended up building less than 200 boats of this type. After all, the Chris Craft vessel ended up being better than the Bertram in terms of cabin space and overall value. Highly cherished within the American sports fishing community, many of these boats are still up and running.

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    πŸ“ (Pleasure Craft) Juyilanga
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Inspired in now defunct American manufacturer Uniflite, this boat is based upon 1970s-early 80s 28-footer model "Salty Dog" and is built on approximately 1:16 scale. Fiberglass deep-vee hull made in the U.S.A. Superstructure made with 2mm ABS plastic sheets. Equipped with 9v lights system. Completion time: nearly 5 months. (Motor: 500 series Johnson 69215) (ESC: Mtroniks Viper Marine 40) (9/10)

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    πŸ“ Juyilanga
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Pictures from this morning's maiden voyage. No problems reported, vessel working great.

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    πŸ“ Juyilanga
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Just fresh off the shipyard, this is my version of an American made Uniflite (firm died several years ago) "Salty Dog" 28. its name is a Puerto Rican slang for escapade. From the same firm who designed and made the legendary Vietnam War Patrol River Boat (PBR), this boat was part of Uniflite's recreational boats line. For this one, I utilized a fibreglass hull I found on Ebay and did the rest with Ethylene 2mm plastic sheets. it runs a 9.6v NiHm battery, a 30A Mtroniks controller, a 3-bladed 35mm M4 bronze propeller.

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    πŸ“ Group meeting conversation
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    I just wanted to share in a pic a typical club gathering conversation (LOL). Happy 2018 from Germany!

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    πŸ’¬ Sport Fisherman
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Incredible!

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    πŸ’¬ Chris Craft Sport Fisherman
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    For Chris Craft fans, an interview to Dick Avery - Chris-Craft Chief Stylist 1962-1982https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2njLolqz7nM
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    Dick Avery - Chris-Craft Chief Stylist 1962-1982
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    πŸ’¬ Chris Craft Sport Fisherman
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Yes, I noticed the difference a bit after I placed the pic. Nevertheless, what a nice boat :)

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    πŸ’¬ Chris Craft Sport Fisherman
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    A real one on its element.😎

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    πŸ’¬ Chris Craft Sport Fisherman
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Oh man, I tried to lay a hand on one of these for the longest time. Lovely boats. Would you mind if I post these pics on my Facebook group page (South Bavaria Scale Model Boats)?

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    πŸ’¬ Racing Sloop (no name yet)
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Thank you, Bruce! I normally build boats using Styrene sheets since I don't like to get into the epoxy business. I know others work a different procedure by using clear lacquer and are able to waterproof and give that crystal-like looking appearance. Any ideas you or any other shipmates may offer to this humble swabbie?

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    πŸ“ Racing Sloop (no name yet)
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    I recently got an old Dumas Gee Gee racing sloop kit (22-1/2" long; 24" high; 4-1/2" draft) and will try (try, I said) to emulate this beautiful 1948 32.3 footer Moris Rainbow Class Racing Sloop as a next year's project. My first try with a sailboat. Wish me luck.

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    πŸ“ What to do????
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Hello Kathy! Can you post pictures of the collection? Perhaps any of us might be interested in any of the vessels. I am currently located in the D.C. area for a couple of months. The best for you would be to put them on Ebay. However, since you are in California, you may want to contact any of the West Coast clubs mentioned in http://wimodelboats.org/usclubs.html to see how they can help out. Best, b.
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    πŸ“ Juntilla
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    So, here's my current project in the works. I got a nice 25-inches Deep-Vee fiberglass hull a while ago and now (finally) have a concept for it. Almost by accident I came across a plan for an American bass boat which in turn reminded me of a boat that caught my attention when I was a kid while reading a boating magazine. The boat is a 28-footer from a now defunct firm named Uniflite. it was a small deep-sea sports fisherman called "Salty Dog". Uniflite was very well known within the American boating circles during the 60s, 70s, and 80s. Uniflite created and supplied PBR river patrol craft to the US Navy between 1965 and 1972 for rivers in Vietnam using an already existing pleasure boat hull and adapting jet nozzles for propulsion. So, I just created a prototype template of the cabin so more to follow 😎.

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    πŸ’¬ Triton
    2 years ago by Krampus ( Chief Petty Officer 1st Class)
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    Thank you folks!
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