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Marine Modelling Magazine November 2014

Marine Modelling Magazine November 2014

Marine Modelling Magazine November 2014

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Marine Modelling Magazine October 2014

Marine Modelling Magazine October 2014

Marine Modelling Magazine October 2014

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Model Boats Magazine November 2014

Model Boats Magazine November 2014

Model Boats Magazine November 2014

This issue includes a Centrefold FREE PLAN designed by Ron Rees for 'The Amazing'. This is a universal hard chine hull, made from Depron, that can be easily adapted to suit the huge range of modern, and not so modern, fast boats. Depron is inexpensive, easily cut and glued, and a hull can be made in a few hours by anyone who work safely with a modeller's knife. Ron has completed his example as a US Swift PCF boat powered by a single small brushless motor, but the choice is yours as the hull can be scaled to whatever is most practical for the model builder. He is also completing his unique model of the Targa 37 Thames police launch, previously featured in the September and October 2014 issues.

USS Columbus is a unique American warship model and it is featured in depth in Range Finder. 2014 is the 70th anniversary of D-Day in 1944 and to celebrate that a group of Model Boats' readers who are regular 'posters' on our Free Forum, organised a successful event at Bushy Park in early June and a report is included in these pages.

2014 has also been a great year for British model yachtsmen, with Brad' Gibson winning once again the World Radio Controlled Marblehead Championship held this time in Holland, so 'Well Done' to him for that achievement. In Readers' Models there are a range of your inspirational craft featured, including a fine free-sailing model of HM Bark Endeavour and in Around the Clubs, the Victoria Model Steamboat Club celebrated their 110 years of existence this last summer

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Model Boats Magazine October 2014

Model Boats Magazine October 2014

Model Boats Magazine October 2014

This issue includes a full-size Free Plan designed by Glynn Guest for Skimmer 5/600, complete with comprehensive building instructions and advice. In addition, David Heaps describes his fully functioning semi-submersible model of a heavy-lift ship and Ron Rees' continues with Part Two of the construction of his unique model of the Botnia Marine Targa 37 Police Launch, the fantastic plan for it now available from MyHobbyStore.

Dave Wooley went to Harrogate for the 2014 National Model Engineering and Modelling Exhibition, an event that has a considerable marine modelling input and his pictures tell the story. We also have all the usual regular articles, including a very nice HMS Vindictive from one of our Belgian subscribers in Readers' Models. Alvaston Pirates are a new club and Phil Button has a report from their rain-soaked official opening day.

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Proportional Drum Sail Winch

Proportional Drum Sail Winch

Thunder Tiger Proportional Drum Sail Winch

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DECK01 - Deck Markings Set, Size: 1:96 Scale

DECK01 - Deck Markings Set, Size: 1:96 Scale

DECK01 - Deck Markings Set, Size: 1:96 Scale

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GRILLES - Mesh & Vent Grille Patterns various sizes

GRILLES - Mesh & Vent Grille Patterns various sizes

GRILLES - Mesh & Vent Grille Patterns various sizes

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M1.0 x 12mm Dome Head Bolt (10)

M1.0 x 12mm Dome Head Bolt (10)

M1.0 x 12mm Dome Head Bolt (10)

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Fairmile Designs

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The Fairmile B Class Motor Launch,
Ref: L/S/137

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THE FAIRMILE ‘B’ CLASS MOTOR LAUNCH, ML 567 of October 1944 This drawing was commissioned by Sirmar Model Ship fittings, ML 567 is drawn at 1:48 scale 1/4in per ft). Drawn as modified for sweeping moored mines with OROPESA Mark V* gear. External views, frame body plan, section on frame 20, transom and rudders. An isometric view of bridge, 20 mm Oerlikon gun and Mark I hand raised mounting is included. (Drawn August 1998) (8 drawings) This plan does NOT include a lines plan.

Fairmile B Type Motor Launches, Camouflage Schemes
Ref: L/S/138

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FAIRMILE ‘B’ Type Motor Launches, Camouflage Schemes, Pennant Numbers And Draft Marks. Commissioned by Sirmar Model Ship fittings, this subject has been redrawn from the Fairmile Marine Company Limited drawing No B 394, dated 24/8/1943. It shows a side and plan view of the paint scheme with a key for admiralty colours. Smaller alternative view for units on foreign stations and detail for pennant numbers and draft marks with dimensions of deck plates etc. (10 drawings). Drawn August 1998.

The Fairmile D Class Series III engine room
Ref: L/S/163

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The Fairmile D Class Series III — engine room arrangements 1943: Details of engine room layout for the combined MTB/MGBs Numbers 673, 772-800 and 5001-5029 (less 5027). Details of the Packard Marine Petrol Engine 4M 2500 Types W7 and W8 are also shown (11 drawings). As seen in my “The Fairmile ‘D’ Motor Torpedo Boat” in the Anatomy of the Ship series. Drawn 1983, updated December 2000.

The Fairmile D Fuel tanks and fuel systems
Ref: L/S/168

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The Fairmile D Class MTB/MGB. Fuel tanks and fuel systems 1943: Layout of main fuel tanks, fuel system and piping etc for boats 601- 772 and onwards. (10 drawings). Previously seen in my The Fairmile D Motor Torpedo Boat in the Anatomy of the ship series. 1 sheet

The Fairmile D Engine Room cooling system
Ref: L/S/169

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The Fairmile D Class MTBIMGB. Engine Room cooling system 1943: Layout of engine cooling system in engine room, both salt and distilled water systems (7 drawings). Previously seen in my “The Fairmile ‘D’ Motor Torpedo Boat” in the Anatomy of the ship series. Drawn 1983. Updated February 2001.

The Fairmile D The Bilge system 1941:
Ref: L/S/170

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The Fairmile D Class MTB/MGB. The Bilge system 1941: The hull’s system of pumping out compartments and supplying the firemain pressure (7 drawings). Previously seen in my “The Fairmile ‘D’ Motor Torpedo Boat” in the Anatomy of the ship series. Drawn 1983. Revised and updated July 2002.

The Fairmile D Propeller shafting detail 1941:
Ref: L/S/171

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The Fairmile D Class MTB/MGB. Propeller shafting detail 1941:Detail of the propeller shafting for the four Packard petrol engines including “A” brackets. (12 drawings). Previously seen in my “The Fairmile ‘D’ Motor Torpedo Boat” in the Anatomy of the ship series. (Drawn 1983. Updated February 2002.

72ft Harbour Defence Motor Launches
Ref: L/S/19

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72ft Harbour Defence Motor Launches Nos 1129 and 1285 of 1942/3. Two units drawn of a very numerous class, three fully detailed sheets showing internal and external profile and plan, with sections and hull lines. Weapon detail is included. Suitable for large scale power model. Scale 1/4in per foot. Sheet D shows deck plan as fitted for Oropesa sweeping and 9 side elevations showing class variations, Sheet E showing sections through the engine room and Sheet F showing wiring diagram and Gardiner engine graphs

Modified Fairmile D Class Fast A/S Boats.
Ref: L/S/34

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Fully detailed external and internal profile and plan views with sections showing these two redesigned fast anti-submarine hunters. They proved expensive to convert and only two units were so modified. Drawn January 1980.

Fairmile D Motor Torpedo Boat/Motor Gun Boats
Ref: L/S/45

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Fairmile 'D' Motor Torpedo Boat/Motor gun boats of 1943/45. Fully detailed external and internal drawings at 3/16-in. per ft. Hull lines and sections, hull construction, isometric views, and mast detail are included on Sheets A to C. Appearance changes showing differing weapon fits etc. and class development are shown on Sheets D and E. (MGB 601 (Prototype), MGB 613, MTB 624, MTB 655, MTB 605, MTB 629, MTB 5003, MGB 660, FPB 5031, FPB 5001, FPB 5035, MASB 5013, MGB 658, MTB 710, MTB 730 and the RAF’s LRRC 017. A number of people have produced prize-winning models from this set of plans). (See L/S/139 for Camouflage Schemes). (See items in the L/S/168-171 range for further detail drawings). Drawn August-September 1986.

(Additional detail and construction drawings are shown later - L/S/253 onwards).

Fairmile B Type Motor Launches
Ref: L/S/54

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Nine large fully detailed sheets describing the class externally, internally, hull lines and sections, equipment detail and showing the multitude of class variations. (See L/S/138 for Camouflage Schemes carried). Drawn February, March, May, July 1987, and November 1988. (See other detail drawings are later in the list).

Canadian Built Fairmile B Class Motor Launches
Ref: L/S/58

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Canadian Built Fairmile 'B' Class Motor Launches. Fully detailed drawings including hull lines of these units constructed on the Great Lakes. Drawn at 3/16in per foot. Canadian weapons and many variations are included. (Drawn March/April 1989)

The Fairmile Motor Launch Type A
Ref: L/S/59

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The Fairmile Motor Launch Type 'A'. The first design of the Fairmile organisation which proved that their mass production methods were sound. Drawn in detail including hull lines, sections and various armament fits. Drawn at 3/16in per foot. (Drawn July/August 1989)

The Fairmile C Type Motor Gun Boat
Ref: L/S/60

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The Fairmile 'C' Type Motor Gun Boat. This design utilised the existing hull lines of the 'A' type but with a much improved open bridge and heavier armament. Fully detailed drawings including hull lines. Small drawings show appearance changes found in the class. Drawn at 3/16in per foot. (Drawn August/September 1989)

Fairmile H Type Lci(S) And Lcs(L)(2
Ref: L/S/65

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Fairmile 'H' Type LCI(S) and LCS(L)(2). Fully detailed drawings of this little known British Infantry carrier designed for Raider operations. An external side profile showing the armed support version is also shown. Scale approximately 1/8in per foot. (Drawn January 1989)

The Fairmile ‘F’ Type Motor Gun Boat – MGB 2001
Ref: L/S/71

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A one off prototype design based on the Fairmile ‘D’ hull, but powered by four Bristol Hercules radial air cooled aircraft engines of 7000 bhp = 36 knots. Never to become operational. Sheet A – General arrangement views, hull lines and sections, Sheet B shows internal arrangements for the air cooled engines, 8 hull sections, and an external side profile (11 drawings). Drawn April 1991

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