A reduced size version of the
XMUNA plan which appeared in the Turning Pole. This one has rudder only radio.
I can't remember the name of the A really is very nice boat built by Sid Timms.
Bruce Prole's Marblehead.
Bruce is trying to come to grips with the vane gear, but the very odd wind
patterns at Broomfield don't help much.
A radio controlled one design boat from the 1970s. This is a Mickey Finn.
The Hull is a Dave Hollom design, the rig was conceived by Eric Nuttall and
the class had a brief existence as a competitive class. This example now belongs
to Russell Potts. The one he had when they ere active had a number in the
low double figures.
As well as his bootful
of Star boats, Trevor Smith had brought the flagship of his toy boat
fleet, a replica of a Marklin model from before 1914.
Just to prove that he's not only interested in serious model yachts,
Russell Potts had brought along a recent restoration of a Triang tinplate
model equipped with a more practical rig and new sails in Tyvek.