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Dave Abbott reviews the Metcalf Mouldings Replica Pond Yacht kit

keenpilot11/09/2011 17:04:16
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hi/all newbe!! please can anybody tell me the total hight of the Moonbeam when built?Plus what scale would she be!?? thank`s keith

neil howard-pritchard11/09/2011 18:41:47
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give dave metcalf a ring.........he'll be able to tell you all you want to know.
Gareth Jones11/09/2011 20:00:43
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I have just measured my wife's Moonbeam and it's 67 inches (1.67m) from the bottom of the keel to the top corner of the top gaff sail and boom. I don't know what the scale would be since its a replica of a pond yacht rather than a real yacht but, based on the height of the ships wheel above the floor of the cockpit I would guess about 1:32.
keenpilot12/09/2011 17:29:54
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Many many thank`s to Neil and Gareth for your quick reply`s to my query on the MOONBEAM size etc,It`s a big`un then!! " Cheer`s and happy boating" Keith.

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