Dave Abbott reviews the Metcalf Mouldings Replica Pond Yacht kit
Keith Julier reviews the Midwest Models kit for a static model.
Keith Julier reviews this kit from OcCre, a Spanish manufacturer
David Maynard reviews this title on the use the British made of Submarines in WWII.
A look at Cruisers in the early US Navy
A look at a stunning new kit from Bronco for those that might like to build something a little different....
A watery subject from Osprey
Card models of German WWII mini-sumarines to a scale of 1:25 by GPM of Poland by Michael J. Tunnicliffe
A Royal Naval Patrol Service Round Table Class Minesweeper of 1942 described by Roland Duffett
Phil Parker shows what can be done with Compass Boat Models’ RTR Speedboat
Rafael Menendez describes his joys and tribulations when building his best model to date.
A large ARTR model from Graupner, reviewed by Terry Small
James Campling builds Revell's 1:72 scale Second World War US Navy submarine kit
A well known and popular traditional wood construction kit by Billings, reviewed and built by John Elliott
Terry Small reviews this easy to build kit of a Rescue and Target Towing Launch intended for those who have previously built a simple wooden or plastic model
Dave Abbott reviews the Billing Boats’ kit of a very famous craft
Phil Parker builds the George Turner Models ‘£10 wonder’ Tugboat 'Tomsk'
Dave Manning from ‘Pier 72’ in Australia on making a sub dive!
Dave Brumstead reviews this new r/c system and its suitability for model boats.
Graham Walker reviews Graupner’s Mega Yacht
DAVE ABBOTT reviews the Nautical Marine Models kit
TERRY SMALL reviews the Metcalf Mouldings Tug Kit
JOHN ELLIOTT reviews the Vintage Model Boat Company kit
TONY DALTON converts the Dragon 1:700 scale kit to r/c
DAVE ABBOTT converts the 1:35 scale Italeri kit to radio control
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