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Sales, Wants & TRADERS => Whats in the box? => Topic started by: Martin [Admin] on July 02, 2008, 08:39:32 pm

Title: Revell - ETV Waker Emergency Towing Vessel
Post by: Martin [Admin] on July 02, 2008, 08:39:32 pm
New Revell kit.

Large box, small hull..... LOTs of bits!!!  :o


  Revell web site   (http://www.revell.de/en/products/model_kits/model_kits/ships/index.html?id=208&KOKANR=01&KOSCHL=03&KGSCHL=&L=1&page=6&sort=0&nc=1&searchactive=&q=&SWO=&ARMAS4=&PHPSESSID=03ecb3739c891533694dfc255b15f351&KZSLPG=all&offset=41&cmd=show&ARARTN=05240&sp=1)

http://www.revell.de/3d-view/galery.php?objID=05240&lang=en

Built in 1976 as "Smit Houston", this 16.000 ihp class tug has been chartered in 1990 to Greenpeace by the owners SmitWijs.
The crane of the foredeck has been removed to make place for the extension of the top of the forecastle into a helicopter
deck was capable of carrying a total weight of 4 tons. Renamed "Waker" in 1995 by the next owner "SWI", the ship, stationed
at Den Helder, will remain at least until 2010 with the Netherlands Coastguard. The ship, chartered by its present owner Svitzer,
has a length of 67.50 m with 6.23 m of draught. Propelled by two 6-cylinder Stork Werkspoor diesel engines with a capacity of
2 x 4.600 HP (2 x 3.380 kW), it reaches the operational speed of 14 knots.

Model-details:
- Detailed, one-piece hull
- Detailed decks with bollards
- Detailed deck equipments, with winch
- Detail radio and radar mast
- 2 propellers
- Transparent plastics sheet for windows and portholes
- Deck railing all around
- 3 fire fighting guns
- 2 inflatable boats
- 2 detailed cranes
- Helicopter landing platform
- Exhibition stand
- Authentic set of decals for the Netherlands Coastguard

Model details 
Scale 1:200
Release date 06/2008
No. of parts 140
Length 338 mm
Height 162 mm
Skill Level 4
 
Original details 
Type description Tug boat
Year/Period 1976
Origin NL
Engine capacity 2 x 3380 kW
Speed 14 kn
Weight 2168 t

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Title: Re: Revell - ETV Waker Emergency Towing Vessel
Post by: bigford on July 02, 2008, 09:11:43 pm
looks like a better build then the billings one ::)
i think the smit rotterdam one is a 2 or 3 piece hull
Title: Re: Revell - ETV Waker Emergency Towing Vessel
Post by: Arnold van der Ploeg on July 05, 2008, 10:15:28 am
Have you seen these sites? :

http://www.modelbouwforum.nl/forums/bouwverslagen-schepen/52904-het-grote-revell-smit-houston-ombouw-project-1-200-a.html

http://www.modelbouwforum.nl/forums/bouwverslagen-schepen/48503-bouw-van-de-smit-houston-1-200-a.html

http://www.modelbouwforum.nl/forums/bouwverslagen-schepen/45285-waker-1-200-a.html

1:200 models, made RC!

Greetings, Arnold
Title: Re: Revell - ETV Waker Emergency Towing Vessel
Post by: Edward Pinniger on July 09, 2008, 03:04:00 pm
Interesting, I'm thinking of buying this kit myself - as soon as my local hobby shop gets one in stock (they're usually very good at stocking Revell kits) - not a subject/era that interests me greatly, but it looks like a very interesting model nevertheless, I've got quite a collection of 1/200-1/100 scale civil ship/boat models already and this would be an unusual (and colourful) addition to the lineup.
Revell Germany kits are always good value and their newer kits are usually detailed + well moulded, this one looks like more of the same. It's a bit of a shame though that the kit doesn't include a helicopter for the pad - finding a suitable one in 1/200 will be tricky.
Title: Re: Revell - ETV Waker Emergency Towing Vessel
Post by: andyn on November 28, 2008, 09:57:25 pm
You finished this yet?
Title: Re: Revell - ETV Waker Emergency Towing Vessel
Post by: Ghost in the shell on July 13, 2009, 04:40:32 pm
rc able?
Title: Re: Revell - ETV Waker Emergency Towing Vessel
Post by: andyn on July 13, 2009, 09:06:20 pm
Well seeing as you've seen my rc one...
Title: Re: Revell - ETV Waker Emergency Towing Vessel
Post by: SteamboatPhil on July 13, 2009, 09:48:00 pm
Is that the one that looks good on the shelf in my caravan Andy ?   {-)
Title: Re: Revell - ETV Waker Emergency Towing Vessel
Post by: andyn on July 13, 2009, 10:37:20 pm
 {-) Yes it is, you're welcome to it if I can nab my reciever :-)
Title: Re: Revell - ETV Waker Emergency Towing Vessel
Post by: Ghost in the shell on July 13, 2009, 10:39:26 pm
.... It's a bit of a shame though that the kit doesn't include a helicopter for the pad - finding a suitable one in 1/200 will be tricky.

if anyone finds one, let me know where it can be found and what it is of
Title: Re: Revell - ETV Waker Emergency Towing Vessel
Post by: tonyH on July 29, 2009, 05:31:17 pm
Bronco models list a Helix A/Sub helo. Available from Hannants (or others). Rescue then torpedo?
Title: Re: Revell - ETV Waker Emergency Towing Vessel
Post by: Ghost in the shell on August 04, 2009, 03:43:54 pm
Ka26Helix, no good, da shipski is notski sovietski tovarich
Title: Re: Revell - ETV Waker Emergency Towing Vessel
Post by: Cklasse on September 08, 2009, 04:02:38 pm
I am certainly itching to get hold of this model but need to clear the wifey hurdle first.  ok2

Found this website that has information on the ETV Waker. Think I will get it to convert rc although my 1/72 Airfix Severn Lifeboat is still in the progress of converting to rc; it's just a modeller's habit of never get enough of buying model kits.

http://www.fire-rescue.nl/mswaker/Algemeen/E-Home%20engels.htm (http://www.fire-rescue.nl/mswaker/Algemeen/E-Home%20engels.htm)

Title: Re: Revell - ETV Waker Emergency Towing Vessel
Post by: Martin [Admin] on December 31, 2017, 02:56:43 pm
New Revell kit.

Large box, small hull..... LOTs of bits!!!  :o


  Revell web site   (http://www.revell.de/en/products/model_kits/model_kits/ships/index.html?id=208&KOKANR=01&KOSCHL=03&KGSCHL=&L=1&page=6&sort=0&nc=1&searchactive=&q=&SWO=&ARMAS4=&PHPSESSID=03ecb3739c891533694dfc255b15f351&KZSLPG=all&offset=41&cmd=show&ARARTN=05240&sp=1)

http://www.revell.de/3d-view/galery.php?objID=05240&lang=en

Built in 1976 as "Smit Houston", this 16.000 ihp class tug has been chartered in 1990 to Greenpeace by the owners SmitWijs.
The crane of the foredeck has been removed to make place for the extension of the top of the forecastle into a helicopter
deck was capable of carrying a total weight of 4 tons. Renamed "Waker" in 1995 by the next owner "SWI", the ship, stationed
at Den Helder, will remain at least until 2010 with the Netherlands Coastguard. The ship, chartered by its present owner Svitzer,
has a length of 67.50 m with 6.23 m of draught. Propelled by two 6-cylinder Stork Werkspoor diesel engines with a capacity of
2 x 4.600 HP (2 x 3.380 kW), it reaches the operational speed of 14 knots.

Model details 
Scale 1:200
Release date 06/2008
No. of parts 140
Length 338 mm
Height 162 mm
Skill Level 4
 

Re-added photos ... Photobucket!   >:-o

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Title: Re: Revell - ETV Waker Emergency Towing Vessel
Post by: Plastic - RIP on December 31, 2017, 04:05:16 pm
I built one of these a few years ago - very heavy model with all the mass up high and a very small hull.

It may be possible to RC it, but I don't do micro modelling.