DIARY DATES 2013
Event Dates for your Diary If you know of any confirmed Maritime related events and you would like us to include them please let us know either by Email: email@example.com or post to MMI Editor, PO Box 4239, Shepton Mallet, BA4 9AQ. We need the Date, Venue, Organiser/who to contact and crucially an Email/Website address and/or a telephone number, a post code would be useful for Sat Nav's. We do need at least 8 weeks notice to include in the printed magazine.
Back issue sale
Selected back issues only £2 each
Free Card Down Loads
A range of entry level card models easy to build at 1/72 scale which can be used to build a harbour scene diorama and as they are virtually the same scale as 00 gauge model railways figures and other scenery items are widely available.
Mini Tri One design Footy plans
As described in MMI April 2013 Sail Free this design concept for an interesting footy trimaran can be downloaded and printed at full size on A4 sheets of paper.
Waterlines – The Offshore Industry (Part 1)
Kelvin looks at the Offshore Industry in I/I scale
Waterlines – The Offshore Industry (Part 2)
Kelvin collects rigs and vessels in the offshore industry
To the four winners of the MMI Spring 2012 Word Search Competition.
Update to Motor Tug Plangent
In the July 2011 edition of MMI a free plan was published of the River Thames Motor Tug Plangent, since the plan was printed a few new additions have been made and these can be downloaded and printed.
Marine Modelling International Waterlines Revisited
Each month in MMI there are regular feature articles titled WATERLINES which covers 1:1200 and 1:1250 scale waterline model ships.
Wee Nip Plans
In conjunction with the DV504 Strathclyde 70 video, you too can build the Wee Nip sailing yacht.
The RG65 class is a very popular small R/C sailboat developed in Argentina and widely sailed in Brazil, Chile, and to some extent in France, Germany and Spain.
Extra Parts Sheet for MV Marwina Model
Replacement and extra parts to add more detail to the free card model of the buoy tender MV Marwina, published in the December 2009 issue of Marine Modelling International. Use the parts on this sheet in addition to or to replace the equivalent numbered parts in the printed model. This sheet should be printed onto light card (160gsm or 170gsm).
Shipping movements around the UK coast
For maritime modellers wishing to view operational full-size ships either to obtain more details for building their models or to be inspired to build a new project we list below web links of where and when different type of ships are planned to visit certain ports. We regularly feature articles in MMI of any new or newly restored ships visiting UK ports
Marine Modelling International Submarine Special
Delve into the fascinating world of submarines with this 100 page bumper-packed Special Issue from Marine Modelling International magazine, looking at the only craft in the maritime world that operates in three dimensions, very similar to an aeroplane.
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Solar Boat Challenge 2007