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Herzl Locks 124/10/2009 01:32:29
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How much does a Moonbeam kit cost?  I would like to buid one but already have some of the radio gear.
Colin Bishop25/10/2009 13:18:00
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Moonbeam costs £245 plus £10 postage in the UK. It is available from Metcalf Mouldings:

 Dave Abbott reviewed the kit for Model Boats and the review can be seen as one of the articles on this site here:
ashley needham26/10/2009 18:48:50
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What a nice looking boat, made all the more nice (?) by the plethora of sails.. If I was to get into sailing , it would be something like that
But Berengar wants James May`s sailing Herald . Ho Hum. Theres a challenge if ever i heard one.
Des32101/06/2010 22:08:11
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Recently finished a Moonbeam kit. She sails well.

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