Super model, looks great fun, keep steaming. Colin.
Voyager of the Seas cruise ship [Filmed in UltraHD/4K] - Posted: 16 days ago by Dom of Essential RC
This stunning model was exhibited at Wings & Wheels Model Spectacular Show. The level of detail on this model is amazing and at distance you would not know the difference from the real cruise ship that takes paying passengers to Europe, Mediterranean, Caribbean, and Asia.
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
Trial run of "Dirty Deeds" at the Kochelsee, an alpine lake near the town of Murnau, Germany. Fiberglass barebones hull made in the UK, rest is scratch-built inspired in 1970s Bertram 38 with other elements from Bertram 42 and Bertram 46 convertibles. Originally running with 9.6v NIHM battery, now running much better with 10.8v. Re-powered boat at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wA7YPn8sOj4
22.5 inches RC boat inspired on 1970s Chris-Craft Commander 36, 42 and 45 footer boats. Model equivalent to a real-life 36 footer vessel. Barebones fiberglass hull from a UK manufacturer. Powered with a brushed 500 motor, 30A controller, 9.6v NIHM battery. Video made during first trial at the Eibsee lake in Bavaria, Germany.
I use a mixture of hardwood,wood pellets soft coal and anthracite depending on how much heat i need. Clearly the wood will burn away pretty quickly so i will use the anthracite for longer burning. I have a computer fan blowing air under the firebox which is why there is so much flame !!! I have yet to fit a rheostat to control the fan speed as clearly there is too much blow!!
Same here 😉 LF has her own top floor flat with two terraces, I have a ground floor maisonette with terrace / mini garden. Half the kitchen now converted to electrics and assembly workshop. 😊 Arrangement works very well 👍😎