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Majellan by Omega1234 - Luxury 37 metre Motor Yacht - 1/200 Miniature 7 inches approx - Finished


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The boat is coming along fine Patrick, it is a very impressive yacht. Superb work, I think it is very difficult to get this right and make all this massive superstructure look elegant. I must say I had not appreciated from the drawings how lovely it would look.

On a different note, were the photos taken during actual work? After 20 minutes my workbench looks like having been hit by a hurricane.

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The boat is coming along fine Patrick, it is a very impressive yacht. Superb work, I think it is very difficult to get this right and make all this massive superstructure look elegant. I must say I had not appreciated from the drawings how lovely it would look.

On a different note, were the photos taken during actual work? After 20 minutes my workbench looks like having been hit by a hurricane.

Hi Vaddoc

 

Many thanks and yep, the photos were taken during a work session. I guess that's the advantage of these small build's...less mess!

 

Cheers. Patrick

 

 

That would be perfect for a trip on the Miss. river from Debuque to NewOrleans.  Beautiful.

David B

 

 

Hi David.

 

Many thanks. A cruise like that sounds great. I can only dream...

 

All the best

 

Patrick

 

 

 

Very nice build and beautifull details

Thanks Kees.

 

Greatly appreciated!

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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Gonna be awesome Patrick!  :dancetl6:

  

Wow, Patrick, looking really great!

 

Thanks George! Much appreciated and all the best for 2016.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

 

She's looking very sleek and elegant. And it's good to see your thought process teasing out how to get the functionality you're looking for! 

 

And, I especially love the shot your son took of your workstation - really puts things in perspective, and also gives a 'behind the scenes' feel with the various drawings and tools lying about. 

 

Hi Ben

 

Thanks for your comments and feedback. My son's going to love your comment about the photos. He already thinks he's a better than me in everything....!!!

 

All the best for 2016

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

 

 

Glad to hear you had a good Christmas, and all the best for the New Year!

  

One thing for sure ...She is looking great Patrick!!! :) :)

 

Cheers

Dimitris

Hi Dimitris

 

Many thanks! Christmas has come and gone all too quickly, though!

 

Have a great 2016.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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Hi everyone and many thanks for all of your comments and well wishes for the New Year! Greatly appreciated.

 

I've done some more work on the major components of the superstructure; paying particular attention to how they can be removed easily for viewing.

 

Here are the latest progress shots.

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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Hi Greg

 

Thanks! It was deciding how to break the superstructure up into manageable, yet, removable components that was the hardest thing to do, (so far). This was made all the more difficult as I don't have detailed plans, apart from the basic lines drawings that I've downloaded from the net, (and photos), so a lot of guess work has come into play. Not bad, though, I reckon.

 

Have a good'un and thanks once again.

 

PS - my mask is getting a good workout!

 

Cheers

 

Patrick

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