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(1 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 13 issues per year Model Boats is the world's leading monthly model boats magazine. From radio control warships to stately galleons, this is a must read!

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"This 84 page issue includes two major feature articles. The first is for Brenda, a fine model built by Colin Bishop of a classic fishery protection vessel. The model was started in 1992 and then other interests impinged on his model making, before circumstances changed and work properly recommenced a couple of years ago. The second featured model is S. S. Mullogh, and this month we have Part One (of six) by Phil’ Button for his unique steam and sail propelled model. He will be describing in depth the problems that arose along the way and the means used to overcome them.
Bob the Duck is very different and we welcome Eric Morse-Brown who has successfully converted a plastic duck into a functioning and realistic version, the novel feature being that it actually paddles to move around the water.
Gareth Jones has a comprehensive report from the CADMA organised Doncaster model boat show, an event that is always popular in that part of the UK. Colin Bishop was on hand at Portsmouth when HMS Queen Elizabeth arrived, and he has supplied some super pictures for a Gallery, plus we also have the usual regulars and so I hope there is something here for all our readers.
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Model Boats is the world's leading monthly model boats magazine. From radio control warships to stately galleons, this is a must read!
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Model Boats   |   November 2017   


"This 84 page issue includes two major feature articles. The first is for Brenda, a fine model built by Colin Bishop of a classic fishery protection vessel. The model was started in 1992 and then other interests impinged on his model making, before circumstances changed and work properly recommenced a couple of years ago. The second featured model is S. S. Mullogh, and this month we have Part One (of six) by Phil’ Button for his unique steam and sail propelled model. He will be describing in depth the problems that arose along the way and the means used to overcome them.
Bob the Duck is very different and we welcome Eric Morse-Brown who has successfully converted a plastic duck into a functioning and realistic version, the novel feature being that it actually paddles to move around the water.
Gareth Jones has a comprehensive report from the CADMA organised Doncaster model boat show, an event that is always popular in that part of the UK. Colin Bishop was on hand at Portsmouth when HMS Queen Elizabeth arrived, and he has supplied some super pictures for a Gallery, plus we also have the usual regulars and so I hope there is something here for all our readers.
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You'll receive 13 issues during a 1 year Model Boats magazine print subscription.
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