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Site For Building Radio Controlled Ships from Scratch

Created by James Tuxbury

NEXT DATE FOR RUNNING THE BOATS IS NOT SCHEDULED
We went out on November 28th, both Burke class ships ran very well, the temperature reached 75
degrees and it was really windy but somehow it was not rough. The Burke class ships are really
stable and they do not have any problems with the weather. One of the Batteries kind of petered out
toward the end but that was after four hours of straight run time, not to bad. We are always beat after an outing but always fun

This site is designed for those individuals who are interested in the development and enjoyment of Radio Controlled Ships built from scratch.
Below are some of the ships that I have made over the years. Click on the picture for a larger view, right click and back to return.

Tug pushing an Icebreaker Two Perry class frigates and
one sherman class destoyer 72 Frigate tied up








tied up to the pier Icebreaker Westwind Cruising forest park 72.gif








steaming away High Seas aftersection1 diamond-sea







Picture on lower right is the aftersection of my new Burke 2A class Destroyer.

Mr. Han Dong took the picture of the Burke Destroyer lower right in winds of 25-30 mph

Enjoy the site and let me know if you did

James Tuxbury
450 So.Old Orchard Ave.
Webster Groves, Missouri 63119
jtuxbury@steeldecknavy.com


Quote from John Lennon. "life is what happens to you while you are busy making other plans".
last update 11/28/2017

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