Christiaan Brunings

Christiaan Brunings

Ref: DM40

This Deans Marine kit boasts the the following features:


Designed as a working radio controlled model, but with enough detail to make a nice static display model as well
Plated Glassfibre hull, with all porthole and other surface details moulded in.
Glassfibre superstructure, boiler casing and aft hatch.
Marine grade plywood decks and computer printed Plasticard sheet for the wheelhouse assembly.
Cast white metal and resin deck fittings.
Propshaft, tube and propeller.
Full sized plan.
English building instructions with photographic and line drawing, building illustrations.


Scale: 1:24
Model Length: 1041mm

Minimum Radio Control functions: 2
Number of propshafts: 1
Recommended motors: Deans Kestrel with 2:1 belt drive reduction unit.
Recommended battery: 6v 10ah sealed lead acid.

History

The S.S. Christiaan Brunings is a museum steam ship, preserved at the Vereeniging Nederlandsch Historisch Scheepvaartmusuem in The Netherlands where she is kept in full working order, providing trips to the public during summer season. She was constructed of steel in 1900 as tender and pilot boat to the Dutch Icebreakers and to this end she is fitted as a coastal Icebreaker in her own right.