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Marine Modelling Magazine, March 2009 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue

MS HANSEATIC PART 1 - The start of a 3-part detailed kit review of the robbie Hanseatic cruise ship covering where to start, hull, running gear and stablisers
VINTAGE MODEL FIFIES - A look at Scottish sailing model Fifies emanating from a past era
SPARK - A tale of the endless fascination of model boat building
PADDLERDAY - A report on the Paddler Open Day: Sunday 21st September 2008
MASTHEAD - News and views of interest to maritime modellers
LOOKOUT - Details of where and when full size vessels can be seen
DIARY DATES - Events for your diary
PLASTIC KITS - Les Brown looks at some of the latest offerings in plastic kits
SAIL FREE - Chris Jackson looks at some of the current crop of IOM class designs
LIVEWIRES - Jeff Meade looks at some of the new F/E hardware available
WATERLINES - Kelvin Holmes looks at USN Missile Cruisers - Part 2, the New Builds
POWERPLUG - Rick Eyrich looks at drive couplers and clutches
TOTY'S WORKSHOP - Traditional boat-building techniques adapted for the scratch builder
TOTY'S TEST BENCH - Trffy gives an in-depth review of a new adhesive product
AIRWAVES - Alan Senior tnrows some light on the world of LED's and looks at a programmer for Brushless ESC's
SQUARE RIGGER SIMULATOR - Neville Wade takes a brief look at a very interesting square-rigger sailing simulator
USS MISSOURI - Chris Koenig looks at the history and builds a plastic kit of this WWII US Battleship
IGNITION UPGRADE - Rick looks at upgrading some early versions of two-stroke power plants
MY FIRST SUBMARINE - Alan Poole describes his venture into the exciting world of submarines with his first model of HM/SM Satyr
RIVA AQUARAMA - Jeff reviews the all-wood model of the famous Riva Aquarama static kit and he converts it to full R/C

Cover - With cruising now becoming very popular as a holiday, German kit manufacturers robbe have released this very detailed kit of the MS Hanseatic. This 5 star cruise ship was designed for cruises in the Antarctic with reinforced hull to cope with the ice. It can be built as a static model or as our reviewer Terry Small has opted for a full working R/C version in later parts details are given on how he connected up the various functions.

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