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Monica II

Monica II

Ray Brigden builds his version of a pond yacht based on the Metcalf Mouldings hull.

Ayton Cross

Ayton Cross

A Monster Tug at 1:32 Scale designed for Mobile Marine Models by Tom Gorman

Building Maritime Dioramas

Building Maritime Dioramas

Graham Castle divulges some of the secrets behind his dioramas

PS Albion & Glen Rosa

PS Albion & Glen Rosa

Part One of an in depth article by John F. Gray on building a model based on a Metcalf Mouldings GRP hull.

H.M.S. Victory

H.M.S. Victory

Alan McCabe outlines some of the work in making his model of the famous ship using kit and scratchbuilding techniques

Wothsup!

Wothsup!

John Elliott offers some ideas towards a simple Pusher Tug model

USS Wolverine IX64

USS Wolverine IX64

Bill Waldorf builds a coal-fired paddlewheel aircraft carrier

Ayton Cross

Ayton Cross

A Monster Tug at 1:32 Scale designed for Mobile Marine Models by TOM GORMAN

Scratch Building A Hull

Scratch Building A Hull

John F Gray shows how you don't always have to use a kit.

Top 5 Build Features

45ft Admiralty MFV

A model built by Graeme McMaugh from a Model Boats free plan

A Lady for Lisle

Our Aerokits Sea Urchin is completed at last by David Wiggins with thanks to Mike Britnell

Contender, a 10 Rater from the 1920s

ROBERT HOBBS restores this classic model yacht

Branksome

THOR FROHN-NIELSEN, a Canadian reader of MB, describes his part-built model

Diana

DAVID PLEDGE goes small!

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