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tony52

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Loss of another Magazine - Seaways "Ships in Scale"
« on: November 01, 2018, 05:40:30 pm »

From the USA, Seaways have published their last "Ships in Scale" magazine. Originally a bi-monthly publication which changed to quarterly in 2017. Further information from the American 'Nautical Research Guild'.

https://www.seaways.com/

https://modelshipworld.com/index.php?/topic/18598-ships-in-scale-magazine-has-stopped-publication/

Personally, I used to subscribe to this magazine some years ago, but stopped the subscription after suffering a few 'hits' on my credit card from the US. It was a good magazine too.
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Re: Loss of another Magazine - Seaways "Ships in Scale"
« Reply #1 on: November 01, 2018, 10:13:14 pm »


 The Summer 2018 issue (THE LAST ISSUE)
- https://www.seaways.com/

    HMCS Chicoutimi - Canadian Flower-Class Corvette (part 1)  .... always leave them wanting more?!
    PT 187 - a BlueJacket kit modified with 3D-printed parts (part 3)
    USS Pawnee - the ship in a cage, a tale of 2 models (part 2)
    Alabama and Kearsarge - building the BlueJacket kits (part 9)
    Ticonderoga - the side paddle-wheeler (part 9)
    Modeling a Thistle-Class racing sloop
    300,000 Years of Maritime Design in Nutshells
    Tour SS Red Oak Victory
    Book reviews of HMS Gannet, Ship and Model and the book SMS Posen
    Models ships as art and much more ...
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Re: Loss of another Magazine - Seaways "Ships in Scale"
« Reply #2 on: November 02, 2018, 10:23:13 am »


This was an excellent magazine for the ship modeller the loss of another top rated magazine is sad indeed  . {:-{
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