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USCGC KATMAI BAY (WTGB-101) - Posted: 18 days ago by circle43nautical
mdlbt.com/36234   >> Permalink
I AM BUILDING A 1:48 SCALE, 35" REPLICA OF THIS US COAST GUARD ICEBREAKING TUG

THIS IS THE ACTUAL CUTTER IN ACTION IN THE ENTRANCE CHANNEL TO THE HARBOR AT LUDINGTON, MICHIGAN, USA

HMS Blue Rover and HMS Manchester - Posted: 24 days ago by Dom of Essential RC
mdlbt.com/36085   >> Permalink
Close proximity re-fuelling. Top driving skills in action !
Response by circle43nautical on the 18 days ago
AWESOME
Response by billyoung on the 17 days ago
Beautiful scale models and nice helmsmanship also. I wish I could attend such an event.
Response by reilly4 on the 1 day ago
Magnificent models, great driving in the confined space. What scale are the models?

The 'Beast'...a miracle of geometry - Posted: 28 days ago by Dom of Essential RC
mdlbt.com/35968   >> Permalink
I liked this. Designed purely from very old pictures of the full size apparently. Respect to the builder for the creation of this vessel. Filmed at the International Model Boat Show 2017.

Unusual and fun - Posted: 29 days ago by Dom of Essential RC
mdlbt.com/35935   >> Permalink
Not your everyday RC boat. I suspect a rowing boat...especially a dual rowing boat takes quite a bit of engineering !
Response by Dave M on the 29 days ago
Good to see models that will attract the younger generation as well as amuse us of more senior years. Thanks for sharing

Solent Class Lifeboat "Douglas Currie" - Posted: 30 days ago by Skydive130
mdlbt.com/35921   >> Permalink
so here is the long awaited video of my scratch built Solent Class lifeboat based on the vintage Aerokits plans purchased on ebay. Sailed today for the 1st time and went like a dream, so pleased with it.
Response by Dave M on the 29 days ago
Very realistic and nicely sailed model. The Solent Class were not fast afloat boats and had a max speed of about 9 knots so its nice to see a scale model sailing at a realistic speed.
Well done and thanks for sharing the build and final on the water video
Response by Skydive130 on the 29 days ago
I quite agree Dave, the MFA 850 motors at 4/5ths chat push her along at a very pleasing and hopefully realistic speed. Ive enjoyed this build and had alot of pleasure posting myn progress, hopefully its been enjoyed by all and if its given anyone else some inspiration, even better.

Please feel free to watch my Vosper RTTL build elsewhere! kind regards simon

'VOYAGER of the SEAS' RC Cruise Ship - Posted: 1 month ago by Dom of Essential RC
mdlbt.com/35832   >> Permalink
Paul Chilcott built this stunning floating replica of the 'Voyager of the Seas' in under 12 months. The hull was carved from a single block of blue foam. The detail on this cruise ship is remarkable and even features a climbing wall, 'flow rider' and outside cinema just as the full size vessel. Commentary provided by Steve Dean.

MS Voyager of the Seas is the lead ship of the Voyager-class of cruise ships operated by Royal Caribbean International.
Length: 311 m
Capacity: 3,138 passengers
Yard number: 1344
Cost: US$650 million
Tonnage: 138,194 GT; 108,654 NT; 11,132 DWT
Crew: 1,181 crew
Response by AllenA on the 1 month ago
Absolutely stunning.
Response by rolfman2000 on the 30 days ago
I saw it, and spoke to Paul the builder at the Warwick show last week. Its a truly amazing model, which you never seem to run out of details to see. A real credit to an amazing builder. Best wishes, Dave W 😊
Response by Dave M on the 29 days ago
Truly captures the look of the real model. The detail is very good and it is a credit to Paul that the model actually sails with all the cabin etc detail above the waterline, the sign of a real master of his craft.

VMSS - Posted: 1 month ago by Brightwork
mdlbt.com/35815   >> Permalink
Victoria Model Shipbuilding Society Victoria BC Canada

FeiLun FT-011 HIGH SPEED Ready to Run electric Racing Boat - Posted: 1 month ago by Dom of Essential RC
mdlbt.com/35761   >> Permalink
Been flying planes for many years and never thought to try boats until very recently. Just tried out the Feilun FT-011 and thought it was awesome for a first time single hull boat. Fairly quick, good run time and the fact that it will self right if it flips is a big bonus. Could not flip it myself despite some full speed tight turns but think it probably would if jumped some waves. You would expect for a relatively cheap outfit that the seals might not be perfect but after the first run there was virtually no water inside. 5.5 minute running time as well which seems decent for a 4S2200 pack. Really enjoyed it and looking forward to taking it out on the water again soon. Filmed with the Panasonic AG-UX180 4K Pro camcorder.

Ayton Cross by Alan Read - Posted: 1 month ago by Dave M
mdlbt.com/35609   >> Permalink
Just seen this video of An Ayton Cross tug. The radars can be seen, stationery on this model.
Response by circle43nautical on the 18 days ago
Very special! BRAVO ZULU!

TSS Manxman - Posted: 1 month ago by davidhgreatbatch
mdlbt.com/35548   >> Permalink
A winters day sailing down the club waters today
Response by Dave M on the 1 month ago
Brings back memories of past voyages on the real ship from Liverpool to Douglas. Sails well and nice detail


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