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bruce-- - Posted: 4 months ago by RETSUB12
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BRUCE THE SHARK FROM THE FILM JAWS A ONE OFF BUILD😁
Response by EAGLE on the 4 months ago
Hi
Great build, does you proud.👍👍👍
Response by pmdevlin on the 4 months ago
you know I want that so badly to go with my Orca😭
Response by BOATSHED on the 3 months ago
I think your gonna need a bigger pond.

Paul Foster - Posted: 4 months ago by wcolombo
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Scale 1/96, length 170cm Spruance class destroyer, six-channel radio.
Response by John on the 4 months ago
Good attention to detail.
Response by RNinMunich on the 4 months ago
Muito bem! Gostoso 👍😎
In the 1990s I worked on the carrier Minas Gerais and the Niteroi class frigates on the Ilhas do Cobras in Rio. Happy days! 😉
Best wishes from Munich. 😎

African Queen - Posted: 4 months ago by lesliebreame
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Video shows two African Queen boats produced by Modeen of Manchester in the 1980's. Ron Needham took over my boat business and developed his own lovely range of boats and this African Queen was one of them. He supplied kits only so you can expect variations in them. These two i have rebuilt from derelicts .One has the LEE engine and the other is older with the Stuart Turner one. Les Breame
Response by John on the 4 months ago
Good job, well done!

Sailing with Worcester Model Boat Club - Posted: 4 months ago by cormorant
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This is a re-issue of my previous post as the link to the video failed.
It shows a Sunday morning's sailing at WMBC through the 'eyes' of my 46inch Perkasa.
Details of the Club can be found here:
https://www.worcestermodelboatclub.co.uk/

SMIT NEDERLAND - Posted: 4 months ago by Inkoust
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Model boat harbor tug. Drive motor 600 pieces 2, 2 pcs Pb battery 6V 10A.
Super stable move on the water. Weight drawn tow 15 kg

WPB 110 - Posted: 4 months ago by Inkoust
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Model Boat US Coast Guard. Phon AC motors, batteries 2 pcs Li-Po 4000 mA.
Response by RHBaker on the 4 months ago
Very nice vessel, well done.
From the turning radius and stability, suspect the stabilizer fins operate.
Would appreciate details; particularly dimensions and weight. Rather hoping my Damen Stan 4207 which is a similar craft will perform as well. That model is untried as yet.
Response by Inkoust on the 3 months ago
I can see that the fins are not working, yet the ship is fast enough. Its length is only 70 cm. It is stable and well controlled. It does not matter big waves, it acts like real at sea.

Sabrina - Posted: 4 months ago by Inkoust
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Model yachts of 70 years, motor 2 pcs 600 pcs Battery 2 3000 mA. super ride
Response by sandkb on the 4 months ago
What a lovely stable vessel. Banks nicely into the turns too. Well done !
Response by Inkoust on the 3 months ago
Hello, it's really stable and fast. I like it with her.

HMS Triumph - Posted: 4 months ago by reilly4
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HMS Triumph - Trafalgar Class Submarine at Albert Park Lake, Melbourne. There is a previous post with this submarine. It is scratch built and uses Engel piston tanks as its diving system. It has been in operation over 30 years. This is the first time it has carried a camera.
Response by lesliebreame on the 4 months ago
nice video and the sinister music suits !!! lesbreame
Response by Inkoust on the 3 months ago
Beautiful piece. Nothing else to say.👍

Jane - Posted: 4 months ago by lesliebreame
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One of my Old Trafford paddle steamers enhanced by my mate Duncan Laurimer and sailing on the put up pond at Tilford Rural Life Centre yesterday. Good fun was had by all !! The boiler is tablet fired [3 halves ] and is half filled with 65ml of water. Engine is single oscillator with 16:1 spur gearbox. Les Breame

"Sweet Sue" - Posted: 4 months ago by sandkb
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Video of the first start-up and test of "Sweet Sue" in dry dock. All went well ! Had two sails on water since.I built this vessel from scratch using a pre made clinker fibreglass hull purchased from Mini Steam Australia. The engine is an oscillating twin cylinder and the boiler is a 3" Centre Flue Gas Fired Vertical Boiler from "Miniature Steam". The gas tank is a 1-1/2" vertical refillable GasTank also from Miniature Steam Pty. Australia. The vessel is radio controlled with the skipper appearing to control the rudder. It has a smoke generator and a rc controlled steam whistle.
Response by Dave M on the 4 months ago
Looking good Kevin. I have a similar oscillator and it runs well on 20psi max and gives about half an hours steaming on a similar sized boiler.
Dave
Response by sandkb on the 4 months ago
This boiler runs at around 60psi ! do you think that is a little high ? I was a little concerned by the amount of steam that is being generated as you may have noticed in the video. I can adjust the intensity of the flame inside the boiler so that a lower head of steam is generated, what do you think ?
Kevin
Response by Dave M on the 4 months ago
Hi Kevin
Yes that's what I do. I am always amazed at the power the oscillator generates and once rotating very little steam is required to maintain speed. Then again it's not for windy or rough conditions. I would try gradually reducing the pressure until the engine show signs of stopping and then increase by a couple of psi to ensure safe running. You do not need to run the boiler at its max rated pressure when the escape valve will be opening just at a level that replaces what the engine uses. Can we have another video with the steam whistle sounding?
Dave


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