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  • 63 FOOT RAF AIR SEA RESCUE LAUNCH
    RAF AIR SEA RESCUE LAUNCH A Bluebird Masterclass Build Pages 1 Go Down Subject Started by Replies Views Last Post Q A 63 FOOT RAF AIR SEA RESCUE LAUNCH by Bluebird 1 2 3 4 Bunkerbarge 81 26 073 April 19 2013 08 27 05 AM by gra2 63 FOOT RAF AIR SEA RESCUE LAUNCH by Bluebird 1 2 bluebird 37 19 603 September 21 2008 12 18 58 PM

    Original URL path: http://www.modelboatmayhem.co.uk/forum/index.php/board,132.0.html (2016-04-25)
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  • Login
    and session length News Mayhem now also on FaceBook Home Help Search Calendar Login Register Model Boat Mayhem Forum Warning Only registered members are allowed to access this section Please login below or register an account with Model Boat Mayhem

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  • Q & A - 63 FOOT RAF AIR SEA RESCUE LAUNCH by Bluebird
    63 FOOT RAF AIR SEA RESCUE LAUNCH by Bluebird Reply 76 on October 09 2010 10 19 08 PM Does anyone have an up to date source for plans for this boat please I am eager to build a boat of this style and size Rgds Ken Logged Gra Guest Re Q A 63 FOOT RAF AIR SEA RESCUE LAUNCH by Bluebird Reply 77 on October 10 2010 08 11 18 AM Hi The Model Boat Shack produce A Whaleback hull in 1 16 scale Gra Logged longshanks Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 685 Re Q A 63 FOOT RAF AIR SEA RESCUE LAUNCH by Bluebird Reply 78 on October 10 2010 09 51 04 PM Check out Bluebird s original article very bottom of page http www modelboatmayhem co uk forum index php topic 9758 0 Logged perkasaman Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 816 Location UK North East Re Q A 63 FOOT RAF AIR SEA RESCUE LAUNCH by Bluebird Reply 79 on October 11 2010 12 04 01 AM I think Bluebird based his beautiful model on a plan set drawn by John Pritchard which is currently available http www myhobbystore co uk product 16744 raf rescue launch mm1320 Logged george Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 126 Location Hamilton Ontario Canada Re Q A 63 FOOT RAF AIR SEA RESCUE LAUNCH by Bluebird Reply 80 on April 19 2013 06 50 27 AM Hello Could someone please tell me if it is common not to hear back from the dealer of the plans from the link posted above for two months This is my Second attempt at contacting the seller with NO reply Are they still in business Please let me know if there is a special way to go to contact the plans source to find out in what form

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  • CERVIA Tug Build
    Model Boat Mayhem Forum Masterclasses CERVIA Tug Build A Bluebird Masterclass Build Pages 1 Go Down Subject Started by Replies Views Last Post TUG CERVIA HULL BUILD by Bluebird 1 2 3 bluebird 60 21 783 March 23 2008 09 44 43 PM by Martin Admin Q A TUG CERVIA HULL BUILD 1 2 3 Martin Admin 51 17 468 March 21 2011 08 30 22 PM by Lt Raen

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  • Q & A - TUG CERVIA HULL BUILD
    on March 21 2011 07 23 47 PM Hi there Tim The strip I believe on the plan is referring to the rubbing fender strip which runs around at deck level on the tug The height of the frames should be in the middle of this strip width Therefore when you add the bulwarks and decking you then apply the rubbing strip which hides the joint between the bulwarks and planking The angle or the radius on top of the frames is the camber and there is a correct formula for calculating the height of this to which I will have to look this up to refresh one s senile memory getting old you know I do believe there is a centre height drawn on the profile plan if you have a look it gives you a height to the centre of the deck I am sure Sorry I cannot be more help because I gave the plans away to someone on the forum so I am having to go back to the build and scrutinize from there Anymore queries please don t hesitate AND PUT SOME PICS OF YOUR BUILD ON aye john Logged Lt Raen Guest Re Q

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  • General Havelock
    Model Boat Mayhem Forum Masterclasses General Havelock A Bryan Young Masterclass Build Pages 1 Go Down Subject Started by Replies Views Last Post General Havelock by Bryan Young 1 2 3 Bryan Young 50 83 178 June 11 2008 07 11 54 PM by Martin Admin Q A General Havelock 1 2 3 4 5 6 Colin Bishop 134 23 040 August 20 2011 03 12 12 AM by derekwarner

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    and session length News Mayhem now also on FaceBook Home Help Search Calendar Login Register Model Boat Mayhem Forum Warning Only registered members are allowed to access this section Please login below or register an account with Model Boat Mayhem

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  • Q & A - General Havelock
    heater motor is an electrical gubbins and the Barracuda is a fish Sorry Logged Richard Solent Radio Controlled Model Boat Club http www srcmbc org uk Martin Admin Administrator Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 14 391 Location Peterborough UK Re Q A General Havelock by Bryan Young Reply 128 on June 09 2008 06 14 34 PM Please feel free to share your Questions and comments on Bryan Young s General Havelock here on this thread Build thread General Havelock Logged This is my firm opinion but what do I know Mayhem FaceBook Group GaryM Guest Re Q A General Havelock by Bryan Young Reply 129 on June 11 2008 11 36 54 PM Whoops Posted originally on your build thread sorry The best boat construction I ve seen so far on any site Fact and there are lots of fantastic boats on this site Gives me butterflies in the belly and turns me green with envy yet something to aspire to Beautiful boat Bryan regards Gary Logged Bryan Young Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 6 859 Location Whitley Bay Re Q A General Havelock by Bryan Young Reply 130 on June 12 2008 12 41 02 PM Quote from GaryM on June 11 2008 11 36 54 PM Whoops Posted originally on your build thread sorry The best boat construction I ve seen so far on any site Fact and there are lots of fantastic boats on this site Gives me butterflies in the belly and turns me green with envy yet something to aspire to Beautiful boat Bryan regards Gary Many thanks Gary I am pretty pleased with the way it has turned out It took over a year to build so may I add a little rider to the build articles It may sound obvious and probably is but when building a model time should never be a factor whether yo are building kit scratch or something inbetween And to keep up the interest the model or the original should engender a real and long lasting interest in the builder I can honestly say that I have never been bored with a model under construction I know some folk who like to put one model down and start another or more than 1 Some of these guys never get around to finishing any of them So I think it all comes down to making an astute choice of model to begin with Thanks again Bryan P S perhaps I could get interested in an Admirals barge Never done real steam before Logged Notes from a simple seaman Bryan Young Full Mayhemer Offline Posts 6 859 Location Whitley Bay Re Q A General Havelock by Bryan Young Reply 131 on June 12 2008 07 16 25 PM Quote from DickyD on May 05 2008 06 54 42 PM Quote from Bryan Young By the way can someone tell me what the difference is between a heater motor and a Barracuda They look the same Bryan The heater motor is an

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