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  1. Liberty Ship SS Stephen Hopkins Updated

    This build is based on BlueJacket's 1/192 solid hull Liberty Ship kit. The detailing is a combination of scratch-building, adding to kit parts, and after-market items, particularly for the cargo rigging.
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  2. Hooper Island Draketail "Martha" Updated

    This kit is produced by the modeler's guild at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, MD and is available in their gift shop or online store. The Martha is one of CBMM's in-water working display boats. The design from the 1930's was very fast getting out to the oyster and crab beds but the complex stern was more than even skilled boat builders wanted to deal with. Well designed kit.
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  3. Bluejacket's USS Olympia kit Updated

    This is a repost. Photos are of USS Olympia kit from Bluejacket. Build is about 85% out of the box. MoRope used to replace all rigging.
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  4. USS Basilone (DD-824), Blue Jacket Shipcrafters, 1:192 scale Updated

    Build depicts the Basilone during her 1966 world cruise based on BJ's USS Gearing FRAM I kit. The kit is multimedia with solid wood hull, laser cut wood, Brittania metal, resin and PE brass and plastic shapes. Numerous smaller details are scratch additions.
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  5. USS Samuel B. Roberts (DE 413) Updated

    I completed this build a while back and had thought it was posted - guess not. It is a 1/16" scale kit from Bluejacket, of one of the handful of DE's and DD's that turned back a powerful Japanese fleet during the Battle of Leyte Gulf.
    Build is 99% out of the box, only added details are on the 40mm mounts, some nav lights and the floater nets. Great kit to break into solid hull kits.
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  6. USS Gemini (PHM-6) Updated

    This is a build of Orange Hobby's 1/350 resin kit of USS Pegasus (PHM-1), fitted out to reflect a ship I served on in the early 80"s.
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  7. USS Kirk (FF-1087) Updated

    This is Orange Hobby's 1/350 scale resin kit of the USS Robert E. Peary, modified to reflect the USS Kirk (FF-1087) during the time I served on her 1979-81.
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  8. Liberty Ship SS Stephen Hopkins - BlueJacket - 1/192 scale

    This build was based on BlueJackets's 1/192 scale solid hull kit. Detailing was done with both scratch-building and after market items, particularly for the cargo rigging.
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  9. Liberty Ship SS Stephen Hopkins

    This build is based on BlueJacket's 1/192 scale Liberty Ship kit. Details are both scratch built, modified kit items, and after market, particularly for the cargo rigging.
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