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These are nice builds but same for you Popeye, I need the pictures bigger :-(





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My first build was the solid hull Mini-Mamoli British Schooner Evergreen

The second was Plank-On-Bulkhead (POB) Mamoli American Revolution Privateer Rattlesnake

Current build is the Model Shipways' POB USS Constitution, "Old Ironsides"



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Geobukseon, the "Turtle" is claimed to be the first Ironclad warship. Pic 1: Interior of the Geobukseon Korean warship. Pic 2: Top of the Turtle; a shell of iron plates laced with spikes to prevent both damage from fire projectiles and boarders.  This version of the Turtle sports a second deck of cannon (kit bashed). Pic 3: Calendaria, a Spanish "bomb" ship, was intended to attack shore installations using 2 large Mortors situated in the bow of the ship (Pic 4)

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I’m not sure if these pics are ok but. I don’t have much and I am a terrible photographer. 


The first one one is a longboat  from  Model Shipway kit03699E52-B29C-4EC4-B779-1DD1EEE5541F.thumb.jpeg.f63f1f643540b817452cdeb30ebb4c06.jpeg




The next ones are also a longboat  Scratch built from teak wood using model shipway plans 






you have my permission to use these photos if you wish.


Derek C

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Hi Dubz


Pls feel free to use these photos of my scratch-built Symphony model (which even has a teeny tiny model of a nuclear submarine in the main saloon....you just need to look really hard to find it).  











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Constellation, 1:36 scale RC, US sloop of war c.1856, under sail

Constellation, 1:36 scale RC, US sloop of war c.1856, on display

Pride of Baltimore, 1:20 scale RC, Baltimore Clipper c. 1981, on display




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Here's a model I built a few years ago. You have my permission to use these images on Facebook.

And thank you for promoting our wonderful hobby.




Paranza Adriatic Fishing Boat 1:25 Scale
An Italian boat which is typical of the central Adriatic and was widely used at one time in the area between the mouth of the Savio and the Gargano.

Scale 1:25
Length: 340mm
Height: 510mm
Part No: SM045





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You may use these images as you please. This is a scratch build of the Star Of India moored in San Diego. There is no kit for the ship so I spent 2 years on board taking 100's of pictures and measurements for the build.







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