A look at the Cover and Contents of the March 2016 issue of Model Boats on sale 12th February.
Stephen Day's model and its lengthy gestation
Anthony Addams shows some examples of how to enhance our enjoyment of the hobby
Colin Bishop visits the latest attraction and facility at Portsmouth Dockyard
Andy Cope's unusual water skier
Peter Charlton's latest model
Anthony Addams reports from Coalville, Leicestershire
Stephen Bowles' model
Graham Buckton describes his model
GARETH JONES builds something a bit different
Colin Bishop reports
Andrew Cope's scratch built Springer model
Canadian Warship models photographed by JOHN CALLIN
GARETH JONES reports
ROBIN BUCKLAND visits a new display
DIRK BONNE'S 1:72 scale model
The quick-plank version! ANDREW COPE describes his model, built in a week!
Two of his recently completed craft
ANTHONY ADDAMS reports from Coalville
DAVE MILBOURN explains it all with a useful electric motor application table as well.
Craig Dickson reports from the second race of 2014 at Nottingham
Dave Milbourn's advice using his Fairey Swordsman as an example.
...in Normandy in 2010
A 132 page Special Issue Bookazine
...the Guildford MYC event from February 2014
...a report on the show from Colin Bishop
...converting the 1:150 scale Heller kit to radio control
...an Australian Readers Model, from Greg Turek
COLIN BISHOP Reports
Part Thirty Seven: The Green Book, Part One
PETER WHITEHEAD goes small!
DAVE WOOLEY visits this premier International Plastic Modellers Society (UK) event
GARETH JONES overcomes the problem of moving a very heavy model
DAVID HEAPS describes his model of this very high speed trimaran ferry
DAVE WOOLEY reports from Harrogate
View some of the latest gallery images
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