Combined club Day and Greenbank Expo

On the 26th and 27th we have been invited to put on a boat display at

Greenbank RSL Anzac Avenue , hillcrest. between 10.00am to 2.00pm

come along and have a look. All sorts of model boating. or on Sunday

at the club house we have a combined club day on Tygum lake home of the logan city marine modellers.

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ALL ELECTRIC

Hello to all this Saturday the 27th of august 2016 from 5.00pm

We have a Night Sail and a b-b-que,  Hamburgers will

be $3.00 each .

And on the 3rd of September at 12.00 noon

we have our IOM Champ Day.

And on the 11th of September From 8.00am

We have A Merchant Navy Day

Steven Bean

Secretary

LCMM Inc.

 

 

Remembrance Day Service

Our Remembrance Day Service will be held on Sunday 9th November 2014 to mark the ninety sixth anniversary of the end of World War One.

The flag will be lowered to half mast at 10.30 am. A sail past of boats at 10.50 am with a service to follow.
Please feel free to wear your service medals and those of your family members.
Please pass this information on to any members without internet access and any new members if you come in contact with them.

Thank you for your suport

To those members of LCMM who have support me,

I wish to express my gratitude and sincere thanks for the support you have given me over the past 10 years or so.
With out your support I would not have been able to achieve such a positive out comes for the club.
I thank you again.
Yours sincerely
Eleanor Clem

here are the photos of phil’s boat

IMG_0305 IMG_0306 IMG_0309 IMG_0335 IMG_0336 IMG_0337 IMG_0338 IMG_0340 IMG_0341 IMG_0342 IMG_0363 IMG_0364 IMG_0365 IMG_0366 IMG_0368 IMG_0370 IMG_0372 IMG_0376 IMG_0377 IMG_0471 IMG_0472 IMG_0473 IMG_0478 IMG_0479 IMG_0580 IMG_0581 IMG_0582 IMG_0583 IMG_0591 IMG_0592 IMG_0593 IMG_0660 IMG_0882 IMG_0897 IMG_0898 IMG_1134 IMG_1136here are the photos of phil’s boat

 

 

  1. A free plan from Marine Modeling International Jan 2003 45ft Chesapeak Bay Work Boat (Pocomoko) prompted this build as a great classic work boat.

 

  1. after deciding that the boat was a bit small for my fat fingers & also not being able to make the planks I had the plan scaled up to 1in to 1ft.

 

  1. After laying the keel & bulkheads I laid some of the hull planks which proved to be a bit too much flex so I put in stringers at the same spacing I have used on a full size boat of the same construction, this worked out great so from then on all spacing & construction was as per a full size boat.

 

  1. Materials used for the hull planking was from an old pallet & the hard wood came from an old fence palling.

 

  1. Extra deck beams have also been added for the same reason as the stringers.

 

  1. Decking was next laid all DRY & covered with good masking tape this enabled the decking to be removed in one piece, put on the bench tape side down enabling it to be given a good coat of epoxy which works in between the planks & coats the inside of the deck to seal it while still wet the top side of the deck beams was also epoxy coated to stick the lot together in one go.

 

  1. Clamping the deck down was achieved by lots of strips of timber with foam on them to allow for any variation in thickness of the planks.

 

  1. After allowing a couple of days to dry all the clamping & masking tape was removed to revel a bleeding mess where the epoxy had mixed with the permanent marker from the edges of the planks, this all sanded out real easy thank goodness panic over.

 

  1. Hand / toe rails were added next this resulted in some head scratching before I came up with the strong back with pop sticks glued to it so allowing for the shape & lack of places to put on clamps.

 

  1. Dressing of the deck & cabin interior was done in the usual manner with a few tricks:- ventilators ex. Dolphin battery terminal covers with arrow blank down tubes & old micro wave mesh inside. Light shades cast in the top part of a white out bottle. Nav. & mast head lights ex. Old ball point pens with bullet casing bases. All light bulbs are 12v grain of wheat type run on 6v to give that old yellow type of light wires were replaced with old ear phone wire ( two wires in one sleeve which can be made to look like old external wiring, with no need to hide it). Fish boxes ex pop sticks, fish ex lures Gauges & wheel centre ex bullet casings the wheel centre just happens to have Winchester stamped on it!

 

  1. Propulsion: – “Dark Horse“ 700 motor with 4:1 gearbox power from a 6v 11ah jell cell to 50mm 4 blade propeller.

meetings

Committee meeting:

Saturday 24th May 2014 at 9.30am at the boat shed.

General Meeting:

Sunday 25th May 2014 at 10.00am at the boat shed.

 

 

Please start thinking of nominations for the next committee. The AGM will be held on Sunday 6th July 2014. All positions will be available.

AMZAC SERVICE 2014

To the ANZACS  of our club, we wish to thank you. To your friends and families, we wish to thank you. To your mates that did not return, we wish to thank you

 

Our service will be  held on Sunday 27th starting at 10.30 for the lowering of the flag.

Please feel free to wear your service medals and those of your family members.

Please pass this information on to any members without internet access and new members if you come in contact with them.