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Dry Dock / Shipyard: Builds & Questions => Yachts and Sail => Topic started by: Popeye on July 26, 2018, 11:12:52 AM

Title: Suffolk Bawley 'Lyn Miller'
Post by: Popeye on July 26, 2018, 11:12:52 AM
‘Lyn Miller’ is my take on a yacht conversion of a typical Suffolk bawley. It is built to 1/24th  scale and has  rudder, sail ( staysail, jib and mainsail), and motor control.             
Length between perpendiculars: 37.5” plus 13” bowsprit.
Beam: 14.25”
Height (keel to topmast Bob) 67.75”
Sail control: Hitec lever arm servo.
Motor: MFA 457/RE450/1 with Viper ESC. 
Weight: 11.75lbs plus removable ballast fin 5.25lbs
Title: Re: Suffolk Bawley 'Lyn Miller'
Post by: Popeye on July 26, 2018, 11:17:42 AM
‘Lyn Miller’ is my take on a yacht conversion of a typical Suffolk bawley. It is built to 1/24th  scale and has  rudder, sail ( staysail, jib and mainsail), and motor control.             
Length between perpendiculars: 37.5” plus 13” bowsprit.
Beam: 14.25”
Height (keel to topmast Bob) 67.75”
Sail control: Hitec lever arm servo.
Motor: MFA 457/RE450/1 with Viper ESC. 
Weight: 11.75lbs plus removable ballast fin 5.25lbs
Title: Re: Suffolk Bawley 'Lyn Miller'
Post by: Popeye on July 26, 2018, 11:31:51 AM
Third time lucky :D


'Lyn Miller' is my take on a yacht conversion of a typical Suffolk bawley.


Scale: 1/24
Length between perpendiculars: 37.5" plus 13" bowsprit.
Beam: 14".
Height:(keel to topmast Bob) 67.75"
Sail control: Hitec lever arm servo to staysail, jib and mainsail
Motor: MFA 457/RE450/1 with Viper ESC , 40mm three bladed prop.
Weight: 11lbs including 5.25lbs removable fin.