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Robbe Paula III components
« on: August 17, 2010, 03:02:38 am »


I purchased a Robbe Paula III to be used primarily as a RELIABLE rescue boat. The problem is, I can't find anyone who sells the components to make the rear crane work. I'm not interested in the buoy set, but maybe I would the crew later.

The vendors I have approached, and the one I bought the kit from, know about as much as me about the extra parts that will be needed, and that's NIL.

Can anyone steer me to the proper place please?

Note to Bernard, I received my horizontal Hemmens Richmond plant recently too. This must be my lucky day. %%

Cheers to all.


Patrick Henry

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Re: Robbe Paula III components
« Reply #1 on: August 17, 2010, 05:42:06 am »

Ask and ye shall receive, old chap...

(scroll down the page about half way)

"Paula III 1:25 Scale
Robbe Paula III
In many harbours of the world you will find examples of the full-size Paula III. These industrious vessels are constantly shunting in and out of port to carry out their work in the coastal regions, around the estuaries of large rivers and in the harbour approaches. Manoeuvrable and very fast for their size, these working ships are employed for all manner of tasks. Amongst their duties are retrieving and laying sea warnings and markers, clearing away minor obstacles in shipping lanes and transporting special equipment required for marine research.

Length: 710 mm
Width: 215 mm
Part No: R1159
More Information...
Price: 104.99 (Including VAT at 17.5%)
Euros: 124.93 (Inc VAT) / US Dollars: US$139.39 (Tax Free)

Add Paula III Special Function Set 37.99

 Add Paula III Buoy Set 19.99


Related products:
1. Robbe Paula III Special Function Set (Ref: R1538)
2. Navigation Buoy Set (Ref: R1539)"


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Re: Robbe Paula III components
« Reply #2 on: August 20, 2010, 01:45:08 pm »

Thanks U33.

I was looking for a break-up of the individual items. That's the hard thing to find, even on Robbe's site.

I dare say a lot of the parts I would have in my "Treasure Trove", so why buy them anew?

I thank you for your help nonetheless.

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