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« on: 19 February 2011, 16:50:03 »
DETAILS OF THE PROPOSED NEW MODELS FOR 2011 FROM DEANS MARINE


VOSPER 73ft
Scale  1/24

The kit is based on a lightweight glass fibre hull capturing the racy lines of the prototype. The deck is of 1.5mm H.I.P. plastic fitted to the top of the rubbing strip which is moulded into the hull for easy construction.
The complete superstructure moulding, along with the carly float, battery box, is all in vac formed plastic to speed construction. The gun turrets are formed in clear acrylic along with a full set of weapons and fittings to complement the FULL SIZE PLAN and instructions.


OULTON LADY   
Scale 1/15

The original launch is based on modern reproductions of classic 1920 craft built with the latest materials and fitted with modern motors for silent and pollution free running
This kit is based on a glass fibre hull with rubbing strip and detail moulded into the surface of the hull. The construction of the deck and cockpits are vac formed plastic mouldings plywood,
A full set of fittings in cast alloy is included in the kit, along with a full size plan and a comprehensive set of instructions.


M.F.V. VIGILANT   
Scale 1/96

The Vigilant is based on a type of trawler and was one of the last and largest type of wooden built trawlers constructed.
The design followed on from the Timber built drifters of the day but the  steel built trawlers and stern trawlers coming into service replaced this type in the fishing fleets of the U.K as the larger trawlers were becoming uneconomic.
She was constructed by Herde Mackenzie of Peterhead in 1958 for the Devotion Fishing Co Ltd. Powered by a Rustom Hornsby 454 engine giving a top speed of 10 knots.  Her frames were 4.5? thick Oak and spaced at 21?, The planking was 4? thick so she was of immensley strong construction. The cost of Vigilance was ?67,492 when launched.
She carried a crew of 11 and fished from Aberdeen usually making 3 trips per fortnight


Armoured Troop Carrier  Helicopter
Length  785mm (with Helicopter)   Beam    234mm
Scale 1/24
         
The model is based on a glass fibre hull with full plating, side extensions and prop shafts tunnels moulded into the hull.  Computer generated plastic printed in 6 colours is used for the decks and superstructure to give quick and crisp assembly. A full set of fittings in cast light alloy and plastic including the vast array of assorted weapons give the finishing touch to the model adding the vital clutter that is so much part of the landing crafts appeal. To complete the model and to add the extra fine detail finish, a sheet of brass etchings is included along with resin cast secondary turrets. The exclusive ?bar? armour is also included as cast light alloy fittings as is the Ballistic nylon cover in Green cast self adhesive vinyl. As in all of the Deans kits a set of running gear is included, consisting of the prop shafts, props, and tillers.
A full instruction book keyed to a FULL SIZE plan to assist in the construction of the model.   (Helicopter is not supplied with the kit this is a Monogram Revell plastic kit available from us)



S.S.  TRURO
Length 960mm    Beam 139mm   
Scale 1/96

The model of the S.S. TRURO is constructed on a glass fibre hull with bulwarks and freeing ports moulded into the hull.
The decks and superstructure are in 1mm & .5mm computer generated printed plastic.
The large lifeboats davit cranes are a kit in their own right cast in plastic and white metal.
Etched brass details supply stanchions, walkways and deck fittings add the truly professional touch to this hard working merchant ship model.
Propeller tube, fitted with oiling point and stainless steel shaft and cast rudder are included together with a comprehensive instruction book and a FULL SIZE plan. Full details are supplied for the fitting of motors, NiCad?s and radio equipment.


M.F.V. BEN TARBOT
Length  440mm     Beam 90mm   
Scale 1/96

This new addition to the COMPACT KIT range is based on one of the many types of deep water trawlers that were constructed in the late 1960,s they were mainly used for deep water fishing of the coats of Iceland and were capable of long voyages until the fish holds were full.
Supremely seaworthy craft, they were known for staying at sea in the most atrocious weather in some of the roughest seas in the world.
The Ben Tarbot is based on a specific ship this style was common in the North sea and ships based in northern ports of the U.K.


S.T. RUMANIA
Length  345mm     Beam 110mm   
Scale 1/96

This classic ocean steam tug was launched in 1944 at  Clelands (Successors) Ltd at Willington of the Modified Englishman class. She was powered by a triple expansion engine oil fired giving a bollard pull of 15 tons on rpm of 108 and a top speed of 12 knots on a displacement of 987 tons.


M.V. VELARDE     
Length 1.15m     Beam 150mm
1/96 SCALE

The model of the M.V VELARDE is constructed on a glass fibre hull with bulwarks and freeing ports moulded into the hull.  The decks and superstructure are in 1mm & .5mm computer generated printed plastic.  The large lifeboats davits are a kit in their own right cast in plastic and white metal.
Etched brass details supply stanchions, walkways and deck fittings add the truly professional touch to this hard working merchant ship model.
Propeller tube, fitted with oiling point and stainless steel shaft and cast rudder are included together with a comprehensive instruction book and a FULL SIZE plan. Full details are supplied for the fitting of motors, NiCad?s and radio equipment.

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Re: Deans Marine news
« Reply #1 on: 19 February 2011, 16:51:24 »
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