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Jul-31-2015 @ 11:36 PM                           Permalink
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Hi everyone,

At long last, we are delighted to announce our business 'Broadland Classics' formerly 'Model Yacht Design', specialising in the production of Authentic Scale Model Boat Kits, depicting Broadland hire fleet craft of by-gone era's to the present day will commence trading late December.

The first of the kits will be Herbert Wood's 'Queen/Princess of Light' and onto 'Ring of Light' both in 1:16 scale. Our previously marketed kit, the 1:8 scale 'Farrington 30 RC yacht class will re-appear however with additions in the radio control. Japonica in 1:18 scale is also being worked on for release. We will also be running with a kit of Albion and the early Ernest Collin's 'America/IO' class yacht, both in 1:16 scale. All our kits will be very complete and designed for Radio Control, though will equally suit static museum display models in all their detail. They will be suitable for both the less experienced model maker and experienced alike, where our 'Easy Build' system of using pre-cut mahogany veneers applied onto GRP mouldings, will complete very accurate and highly attractive looking models.

We had previously planned to launch our range back in 2012/13, however we were forced to place all on hold until retirement from Naval service, to enable 100% commitment to this venture. Here we are now retired and working on the moulding plugs for the first 'Queen/Princess of Light', 'Ring of Light' and 'Japonica/Jasmine Class' RC Yacht models. All are soon about to be moulded and thereafter trials with the prototype models.

We are now working hard to have the first, Queen of Light out for late December this year.

Our kits will be available online, and through various retail outlets.

Do check out our website http://www.broadlandclassics.co.uk or indeed link into us on facebook as friends at Broadland Classics and we'll keep you updated of progress.

It's great to be able to finally offer a very exclusive product to both purists around Norfolk and Suffolk and to the model boating community.

Kindest to you All

Paul and Nicola
Broadland Classics

Kindest Regards

Paul & Nicola
Broadland Classics
Authentic Scale Model Boat Kits


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For those who are not aware Norwich Model Boat Club is one of the, if not the most active in the country.
They meet at Easton Park on Wed, Sat & Sun. Really well worthgoing along to watch.

www.norwichmodelboatclub.com

I think.

Captain Howe.

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but you don't suck a Stoat
into your jet engines.
Please leave the water and
banks as you would wish to
find them.


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