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DECK01 - Deck Markings Set, Size: 1:72 Scale

DECK01 - Deck Markings Set, Size: 1:72 Scale

DECK01 - Deck Markings Set, Size: 1:72 Scale

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4.58 / US$6.11

LRS01 - Life Raft Signage - 1 set 1:10 - 1:32

LRS01 - Life Raft Signage - 1 set 1:10 - 1:32

LRS01 -Life Raft Signage - 1 set to suit various scales approx 1:10 - 1:32.

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4.58 / US$6.11

Fairey Swordsman

Fairey Swordsman

Fairey Swordsman This plan was first published as a Complimentary Free Plan in Volume 49, Issue No. 582 of Model Boats, 30th April to 27th May 1999. It is 614mm long over the deck rubbing strips fore and aft and comes on two sheets.
The plan number is MM2058, consisting of two sheets.

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12.50 / US$16.67

River Cruiser Dubarry

River Cruiser Dubarry

River Cruiser Dubarry: This is a classic river cruiser model, length 723mm and is a scaled down replica of a 38 foot Thornycroft original design. It is intended for plank on frame construction and is for those with experience of hulls built around a rib framework. Construction notes appeared in the September 2011 issue of Model Boats presented by Colin Bishop using an original article that was first published in 1950.

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22.50 / US$30.00

M1.4 x 12mm Dome Head Bolt (10)

M1.4 x 12mm Dome Head Bolt (10)

M1.4 x 12mm Dome Head Bolt (10)

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0.88 / US$1.17

Model Boats Magazine September 2014

Model Boats Magazine September 2014

Model Boats Magazine September 2014

This bumper issue has 100 pages and includes Part One of a major mini-series for a model of the Botnia Marine Targa 37 Police Launch, the fantastic plan being available now,. Ron Rees has built this model from polystyrene foam to create a very light and fast scale replica, powered by a brushless motor, but it can also be built from wood or driven by a traditional brushed types of powerplant. The plan, is superbly drawn with 3D sketches and diagrams to facilitate model construction.

2014 is the 100th Anniversary of the beginning of World War One and to mark the occasion we have Part Two of Dave Wooley's critique on the warships of that great conflict and John Parker, one of our numerous Australian readers and contributors, has an excellent article about that country's first submarines of the E Class.Continuing the theme of warships from the early part of the last century, John Elliott has reviewed and built the 1:48 scale radio controlled semi-kit of a Steam Picket Boat, recently released by Chylds Hall Model Shipyard. A small model, but great fun nonetheless, and it has proved to be able to cope very well with the average pond conditions nowadays.

The Alvis Stalwart - was it an ammunition lorry or was it a boat? Well, a bit of both really and Ashley Needham's model of it, certainly swims without problems! He is a regular supporter of our unique associated model boating forum, where advice can be gained from many of our leading modellers.We also have all the usual regular articles, and more, so hopefully there is something in this bumper 100 page issue to inspire and motivate readers to further pursue this great hobby of ours.

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4.50 / US$7.20

Brass Oval Chain 1.45mm x 0.95mm link size 1mtr

Brass Oval Chain 1.45mm x 0.95mm link size  1mtr

Brass Oval Chain 1.45mm x 0.95mm link size 1mtr

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1.20 / US$1.60

Marine Modelling Magazine September 2014

Marine Modelling Magazine September  2014

Marine Modelling Magazine September 2014

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4.25 / US$6.80

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Lady Nelson Cutter. 1:64 scale 530mm

Lady Nelson Cutter. 1:64 scale 530mm

Ref: VM1

The Cutter Lady Nelson is modelled on a typical British cutter of the late eighteenth, early nineteenth century.

The cutter is a native British design and was developed originally by the smugglers of Folkestone and surrounding areas. I did not take long for the Navy to appreciate the merits of the cutter’s design and were employed in the Navy from the middle of the eighteenth century to counter the smugglers.

The cutter was designed for speed, adopting an unusually large spread of sail for the size of vessel, deploying both fore and aft and square sails on a single mast. Cutters excelled at patrol and despatch duties due to their speed; however they were not suitable for close inshore work due to their deep draught.

This kit boasts the following features:
Laser cut ply and walnut components.
Double planked hull construction.
Wooden dowel mast.
Beech deck planking.
Cast metal fittings.
Cast metal cannons with plastic gun carriages.
Various sizes of cord for standing and running rigging.
Walnut rigging blocks and Deadeyes.
Beech gratings.
Etched brass detail sheet.
Multi language assembly instructions.
Wooden display base and brass mounting columns.
Full sized profile and plan drawings with detail drawings to aid construction.

Price: 117.95 / US$157.26 (US$ Tax Free Price)

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