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Fairey Huntsman - Posted: 2 years ago by manyboats
mdlbt.com/25036   >> Permalink
My scratch built Fairey Huntsman as can be seen in my build blog.First run with 3s Lipo
Response by John on the 2 years ago
Very nice, I am building one!
Response by Inkoust on the 2 years ago
Great work is to see the stability and speed of the model.
Response by Novagsi0 on the 1 year ago
Very nice I'm also building one, what motor did you install to get that turn of speed. I'm hoping you will say torpedo 850 that is what I have just bought for mine.

Marie Felling - Posted: 2 years ago by manyboats
mdlbt.com/25033   >> Permalink
Video of my Marie Felling on lake in West Australia and its building.
Response by figtree7nts on the 2 years ago
Very nice, Great details as well.
Response by circle43nautical on the 12 months ago
BRAVO ZULU! VERY NICE SIR.

canterbury and waikato - Posted: 2 years ago by admiral
mdlbt.com/24911   >> Permalink
1/48 scale scratch built models of RNZN frigates RC
Response by reilly4 on the 2 years ago
Very graceful sailing. Well done!
Response by John on the 2 years ago
Very good!
Response by circle43nautical on the 12 months ago
BRAVO ZULU! 1:48 IS SUCH A NICE SCALE FOR MILITARY CRAFT. BEAUTIFUL DETAIL

MV Balmoral; - Posted: 2 years ago by davidhgreatbatch
mdlbt.com/24876   >> Permalink
Scratch built on a modified GRP hull, finished building her at the start of this year, powered by two 385 electric motors. Sail her on Mary Stevens Park Pool Stourbridge
Response by John on the 2 years ago
Good job 👍
Response by circle43nautical on the 12 months ago
BRAVO ZULU!

Tug 'DHB Dauntless' - Posted: 2 years ago by barnet
mdlbt.com/24845   >> Permalink
Scratch Built 1:32 scale Dover Harbour Board Tug, DHB Doughty.
The main hull is a standard Damen hull purchased from Mobile Marine Models, see their website for Portgarth.
the hull is fitted with 2 x T12 Motors for the main propulsion,2 x 60 degree kort nozzles for steering, with 2 x purpose made brass props.
Also fitted is a 12v Graupner water pump for the working fire monitor and Fwd spray bar, 2 x Mtronks 15 amp ESC's, Futaba steering servo and Futaba 40 MHz Receiver.
Approx Dimensions including fendering Loa 41" Beam 14"
Response by figtree7nts on the 2 years ago
Excellent looking Tug, Wish the video was longer. 👍
Response by circle43nautical on the 12 months ago
BRAVO ZULU! THAT BOAT IS BEYOND BELIEF. NICE RESCUE OF THE BEAR IN DISTRESS, TOO.

RC Turkish Traditional Fishing Boat - Posted: 2 years ago by TürkiyeTR
mdlbt.com/24512   >> Permalink
It is wooden boat.
Response by Dave M on the 2 years ago
Realistic looking model. Is it built from scratch or a kit? Might you post some more detailed pics of the insides? You could start a build blog and descibe how you constructed the model, plus post some pics. Only 4 pics per post so best to take the pics and then post with comments. More pics and more comments can then be added.
Thanks for sharing
Dave 😀

aquacraft atlantic 1 - Posted: 2 years ago by saintsalvio
mdlbt.com/24425   >> Permalink
a sense of peace
Response by jarvo on the 2 years ago
All the effort, time and the swear words all come together on the maiden voyage.
Response by saintsalvio on the 2 years ago
Rally ad se gets lesa raged I'll launch it toward horizon and open sea
Response by saintsalvio on the 2 years ago
Really and as the sea gets less raged I'll launch it toward horizon and open sea (the script was in a strange way self corrected)

Captain haddock hovercraft - Posted: 2 years ago by EricMB
mdlbt.com/24313   >> Permalink
Captain Haddock out for a hover earlier today.... with thanks to Jerry for the video!
Response by saintsalvio on the 2 years ago
As sea gets less raged I'll launch it toward horizon and open sea ( the script was in a strange way self corrected)
Response by saintsalvio on the 2 years ago
Excuse me was the post to another chat good hover anyway

Jimwilder Tug #2 - Posted: 2 years ago by GARTH
mdlbt.com/24170   >> Permalink
Nov.1 2016 weather great for Nov. here in Burlington Ontario at Spencer's boat pond . I'v posted a build log on this Midwest model but never showed it on water
Response by circle43nautical on the 12 months ago
BRAVO ZULU! SHE WAS SAILED ON MY B-DAY, TOO. VERY NICE

Pilot Boat - Posted: 2 years ago by cormorant
mdlbt.com/23977   >> Permalink
Recently built from an Aeronaut kit, this is a 1/24th scale Pilot Boat based on a German design. Powered by two 540 brushed motors with 3 bladed brass props it attains something like scale speed. The colour is Volkswagen Bright Orange, courtesy of Halfords and the non-slip deck is acrylic green mixed with silver sand then covered with a silk finish varnish.
The boat was filmed at an illuminated regatta staged by Bournville Model Yacht and Power Boat Club on their lake in Bournville, Birmingham
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Response by ColinT on the 2 years ago
Hi Steve, I am building one of these, well on the way with the build, did you brush paint the deck and how much silver sand did you mix with the paint.
Regards Colin
Response by cormorant on the 2 years ago
Hi Colin
Yes, I did brush paint the deck with an inexpensive acrylic.
The sand mix was trial and error. I started off with a thin mix and gradually added more sand, testing it on scraps of plastic, until I was happy.
A brushed coat of satin varnish waterproofed and added to the realism.
Best of luck.
Steve
Response by ColinT on the 2 years ago
Thanks Steve I will let you know how I get on.
Regards Colin


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