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Deans Marine Started in 1981 when the proprietor Ron Dean had the idea that parts for model ships could be produced on a part time basis to part finance his lifelong hobby of radio controlled model ship building. (Quote from the P.E.P. award brochure 1983)Deans Marine a Uk based company producing a large range of scale model war ships and merchant vesuals constantly improving their quality, and the older kits gradually being upgraded. Hulls are fibre glass with some surface detail, and the kits contain white metal and resin fittings with good instructions and plans.
S.S. TRURO
S.S. TRURO
Ref: 9054
Details of the kit.
The model of the S.S. TRURO is constructed on a glassfibre hull with bulwarks and freeing ports moulded into the hull.
The decks and superstructure are in 1.5mm plastic sheets these are Laser cut, plus 0.5mm computer generated printed plastic to speed up assembly of this graceful and complex model.
Etched brass details supply stanchions, walkways and deck fittings add the truly professional touch to this hard working merchant ship model.
Propeller tube, fitted with oiling point and stainless steel shaft, cast rudder are also included, together with a comprehensive instruction book and a FULL SIZE colour detailed plan.

Details are supplied for the fitting of motors, nicads and radio equipment.


Scale 1/96 Length 960mm Beam 139mm


Price:360.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine S.S Hudson Sound
Deans Marine S.S Hudson Sound
Ref: 2000
This ship is the third addition to our growing range of MERCHANT vessels and is thought by many to be one of the most attractive ships to grace the North Sea. With the full co-operation of the owners, the HUDSON STEAMSHIP CO., we have modelled this version of one of their colliers that ran to the Thames until the 1960's supplying the huge demand for coal to feed the power stations of the London area.

In betwen this task she ran many sea voyages from London to the ports of North Africa,Finland and Canada. She was eventually sold to a Panamanian Company. This hard working and proud little ship is still giving good service and was last seen transitting the Panama Canal resplendant in a lilac and black colour scheme.

Details of the kit:
This attractive model with a length of 39" and beam of 5.5" makes into a super detailed replica of the ship, with all of its cluttered appearance. It has lots of carrying capacity for the largest nicads to please those who like a long sail together with plenty of room inside for adding smoke, sound, lights etc.

Three trays of fittings come with the kit to add all the detail including cast metal fittings for the 8 massive coaling winches. All this is on our standard plated glassfibre hull, with prop, propshaft with fitted oiler, a comprehensive set of instructions and a FULL SIZE PLAN included.

Scale 1/96 Length 990mm Beam 139mm Sailing weight 6.1kgs

Price:263.44 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine Robert E Perry
Deans Marine Robert E Perry
Ref: 1998
Built by Joshua Henry Ironworks, Sunnyvale, California.
In 1940, Great Britain stood alone, fighting the Axis Powers, and after nine months of war had already lost one million tons of shipping that had been sent to the bottom of the Atlantic by German U boats. The U boats were sinking ships faster than the British yards could build them.
In September 1940, a British Merchant Ship-building Mission, headed by a representative of J. L. Thompson & Sons of Sunderland, was sent to the U.S.A. with the sole motive of ordering ships to be built there. To speed up possible production, they brought with them the Thompson designed "Dorrington Court" plans, and so it was, with slight modifications that the Liberty Ships came to be built.
A total of 2,700 ships were constructed and whilst "built by the mile and chopped of by the yard" they are credited with saving not only Great Britain, but in the Allied cause, the whole world from disaster.
The model shown is of a standard armed cargo ship serving with the United States Navy.

Details of the kit :
The large one piece fiberglass hull of this model, with its belt detail, gives a vast amount of space, with plenty of access through the 5 holds. It makes an ideal model for those who wish to add working features such as lights ,sound ,smoke, and even music. It will all go into this cavenous hull.

As in all the kits in our range many fittings of cast metal and plastic, the boats, ventilator cowls and funnel are supplied as vacformed plastic mouldings. A large battery will fit into the midships section, giving a long running time and this model steers very well for its size. She is fitted with the "split rudder" as in the prototype.

A full size plan is included in the kit, along with a set of comprehensive instructions, stainless steel propshaft, proptube, and rudder.

Scale 1/96 Length 1 384m Beam 185mm Sailing weight 16kg

Price:354.13 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine Trein Maersk
Deans Marine Trein Maersk
Ref: 2005
This model ship kit, we believe, to be the first of a modern container vessel. This kit is based on a 63" x 12" moulded glass fiber hull with all prop, rudder and fairlead detail moulded into the hull.
For the first time in our range of kits, and to allow for the size and weight of this model the deck and main hold tops included in the kit, are a one piece glass fiber moulding. Bonded to the 9mm square ramin deck beams this gives a hull deck combination of immense strength without the normal large number of bulkheads and multitude of deck beams associated with a model of this size and weight.
The 12 separate main container blocks are also in highly detailed glass fiber mouldings, some to serve as access hatches to the cavernous hull and to provide handy covers to the holds, A full set of 12 is included in the kit. Extra containers blocks can be added to provide an assorted mix of reefers and containers.
If you wish to carry a full load you can add up to 1,100 containers.? The main superstructure is in printed 1mm plastic as is the central container crane. A full set of detailed cast alloy fittings is included using some of the latest moulding technology to give detail to an outstanding degree. To compliment this large items such as the single free fall lifeboat and the massive main winches are finely detailed cast plastic fittings finished off with the fine detailed metal fittings.
Should the modeler wish to add variations to his boat, we have produced a new item in the Deans range.
This is a range silicone moulds of all the standard containers and reefers, plus an Acrylic moulding compound that when mixed with water sets like plaster to produce a set of kit mouldings that can then be assembled and painted by the modeler. The kits consist of 1 mould for a container kit, I packet of moulding acrylic, plus a set of instruction. Extra moulding acrylic is available as a separate item.
Two full size plans are included in the kit to aid construction plus a comprehensive instruction book using some of the latest digital imaging to provide picture and sketches to aid construction.
The Trein Maersk model is of massive proportions but still has outstanding sailing qualities as in all of the Deans fleet ,especially when fitted with the recommended motors and bow thruster, for those with and inventive mind the full size ship is also fitted with stern thrusters to make for some very interesting steering.

Scale 1/100 Length 1.6m Beam 318mm Sailing weight 18.2kgs

Price:745.48 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine Timrix
Deans Marine Timrix
Ref: 2004
The Timrix was constructed as the Ellie by Cochranes of Selby.

Whilst still on the slips she passed ownership to Metcalf Motor Coatsterd Ltd and was completed and launched as the Nellie M in March 1972. The Nellis M was designed as a bulk cargo and container carrier and was launched by the elder daughter of the founder of the firm.

She was then sold to an Irish company possibly Arklow and was sunk by I.R.A. action in the late 1970s.

The ship was raised and refurbished. during her spell in the shipyard she was lengthened by approx 7 meters and changed into a two hatch vessel. A later refit in the early 90s saw the number two hatch raised.
She was sold out of the Rix Company service in 1998 and was replaced with a more modern ship which is a sister to three others in the Rix fleet.
The Timrix was powered by a 1160 bhp Allen type 8pbcs 12-D engine propulsion engine which gave a one way speed on trials of 16 knots and a mean speed of 12.9 knots. The ship has a dead-weight of 1160 tons.

Details of the kit :

The model is based on a glassfibre hull with full plating, freeing ports, bulwarks and port detail moulded into the hull. Computer generated plastic, printed in 6 colours is used for the decks and superstructure to give quick and crisp assembly.
A full set of fittings in cast light alloy and plastic give the finishing touch to the model adding the vital clutter that is so much part of this attractive little merchant ships appeal.
As in all of the Deans kits a set of running gear is included, consisting of the propshaft, tiller and full instructions keyed to a FULL SIZE plan to assist in the construction of the model.
Painting instructions are part of the construction notes with tips for using the latest car spray ACRYLIC paint which gives a fast and hard wearing finish.

Scale 1/75 Length 965mm Beam 153mm Sailing weight 2kgs

Price:215.48 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine S.S.Hudson Gate
Deans Marine S.S.Hudson Gate
Ref: 2003
Built by Joshua Henry Ironworks, Sunnyvale, California.
In 1940, Great Britain stood alone, fighting the Axis Powers, and after nine months of war had already lost one million tons of shipping that had been sent to the bottom of the Atlantic by German U boats. The U boats were sinking ships faster than the British yards could build them. In September 1940, a British Merchant Ship-building Mission, headed by a representative of J. L. Thompson & Sons of Sunderland, was sent to the U.S.A. with the sole motive of ordering ships to be built there. To speed up possible production, they brought with them the Thompson designed "Dorrington Court" plans, and so it was, with slight modifications that the Liberty Ships came to be built.

A total of 2,700 ships were constructed and whilst "built by the mile and chopped of by the yard" they are credited with saving not only Great Britain, but in the Allied cause, the whole world from disaster. The model shown is of a standard armed cargo ship serving with the United States Navy.

Details of the kit:
Scale 1/96 Length 1.384m Beam 185mm Sailing weight 16kgs

Price:337.02 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine S.S. Cordene
Deans Marine S.S. Cordene
Ref: 2001
S.S. Cordene II Model of a 1900 Steam Trampship, vessels still in service in 1950 .They used to be called 3 legged nineknotters.

Details :
Plated glass fibre hull with loading doors and porthole detail moulded into the hull. Decks are of 1mm plastic to give lots strength for this small but heavy model with lots of carrying power. The planked midships deck are from planked cast vinyl for rapid assembly and fine detail as are the teak hold covers.

Plenty of cast metal fittings, for winches, deck fittings etc plus brass etchings for ladders and brass wire for rigging the cast metal stanchions. Vacforms for the boats, funnel and all hold covers are included. The superstructure is of 1mm plastic. A FULL SIZE PLAN is the basis for the instructions along with a comprehensive instruction book with picture assembly sequences.

Scale 1/96 Length 914mm Beam 127mm Sailing weight 4.2kgs

Price:241.02 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine S.S City Of Ely
Deans Marine S.S City Of Ely
Ref: 1999
Built by Joshua Henry Ironworks, Sunnyvale, California.
In 1940, Great Britain stood alone, fighting the Axis Powers, and after nine months of war had already lost one million tons of shipping that had been sent to the bottom of the Atlantic by German U boats.
The U boats were sinking ships faster than the British yards could build them. In September 1940, a British Merchant Ship-building Mission, headed by a representative of J. L. Thompson & Sons of Sunderland, was sent to the U.S.A. with the sole motive of ordering ships to be built there.
To speed up possible production, they brought with them the Thompson designed "Dorrington Court" plans, and so it was, with slight modifications that the Liberty Ships came to be built.

A total of 2,700 ships were constructed and whilst "built by the mile and chopped of by the yard" they are credited with saving not only Great Britain, but in the Allied cause, the whole world from disaster. The model shown is of a standard armed cargo ship serving with the United States Navy.

THE CITY OF ELY REPRESENT THE CIVILIAN VERSION OF THESE FAMOUS SHIPS

Details of the kit Scale 1/96 Length 1.384m Beam 185mm Sailing weight 16kgs

Price:323.75 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine M.V. Fairwind
Deans Marine M.V. Fairwind
Ref: 1996
The M.V. Fairwind was built in 1989. This model represents the ship as original constructed.

She was later modified and the bridge raised in 1993 and was re-named the M.V. Celtic Commander and operated by the Charles Willie company of Cardif .

Her main engine type is the MAK 8M 453 with an output of 2650Kw and a top speed of 13 knots. She is a multi-purpose vessel designed to suit the carriage of containers and project or bulk cargoes. She is equipped with both bow and stern thrusters of 500kW avoiding the use of tugs and her length and draft permit entry into a number of the smaller ports and berths. The vessel is currently employed on time-charter carrying containers between ports in the East Med and the Black Sea.

Details of the kit:
The model is based on a glassfibre hull with plating, freeing ports, bulwarks and port detail moulded into the hull. Computer generated plastic, printed in 6 colours is used for the decks and superstructure to give quick and crisp assembly.
A full set of fittings in cast light alloy and plastic give the finishing touch to the model adding the vital clutter that is so much part of this attractive little merchant ships appeal.
To add the final finishing touch a sheet of brass etchings supplying such details as Stanchions, 2 types, ladders and stairways, intake grills and platforms to add that museum quality finish.
As in all of the Deans kits a set of running gear is included, consisting of the propshaft, tiller and full instructions keyed to a FULL SIZE FULL COLOUR plan with embedded drtials pictures to assist in the construction of the model.
Painting instructions are part of the construction notes with tips for using the latest car spray ACRYLIC paint which gives a fast and hard wearing finish.
Scale 1/76 Length 1.01mt Beam 165mm Sailing weight

A 1/76 SCALE RAILWAY MODEL

Price:268.60 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine Liz Terkol
Deans Marine Liz Terkol
Ref: 1995
This addition the Merchant ship fleet is an example of the feeder class of specialist tankers operated by the STOL Nielsen Organisation. Stolt Lis Terkol is one of a group of nine sister vessels designed to carry IMO Class 2 Chemicals.

The cargo space is divided in thirteen tanks and two slop tanks. The hull is double skinned over the tank area and heavy fuel oil is carried in the engine room wing tanks and in the forepeak. Each Cargo tank has its own deep well pump and can discharge through a seperate pipe or though a common loading / discharge system. Cargo can be heated up to 65C by thermal heated oil exchangers.

Stolt Lis Terkol is powered by a Krupp MAK pm453C of 3000kw engine turning a CP propeller giving a service speed of 13.4 knots, also driving a shaft generator though a power take off shaft. Maneuvering is assisted by a Brunvoll 326kw electric bow thruster. Her normal crew compliment is 10 all in single cabins.

Details of the kit.
The model of the STOL LIS TERKOL is constructed on a glassfibre hull with bulwarks and freeing ports moulded into the hull. The decks and superstructure are in 1mm & .5mm computer generated printed plastic.

The large freefall lifeboat and assorted other fittings are cast in acrylic resin for extremely sharp and accurate detailing. The H.I.A.B. crane is a kit in its own right cast in plastic and white metal.

Etched brass details supply stanchions, walkways and deck fittings add the truly professional touch to this hard working merchant ship model. The complicated deck piping is assembled from styrene plastic tube and completed with all the valves, wheels and vents in metal, and using a 3 colour printed layout on the tank deck that lifts off as a complete unit for vast amounts of access to the hull.

Propeller tube, fitted with oiling point and stainless steel shaft and cast rudder are included together with a comprehensive instruction book and a FULL SIZE plan. Full details are supplied for the fitting of motors, nicads and radio equipment.

Length 905mm Beam 150mm Scale 1/96


Price:277.74 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine Maersk Anglia
Deans Marine Maersk Anglia
Ref: 1990
The ship was constructed in Japan in 1977 by the Iskikanigima Harima shipyard and named the "Saint Remy". She had a L.o.a. of 122.95m beam of 18.5m and a draught of 4.8m. Her displacement is 6994.65 tons and she has a capacity to carry 86 forty foot trailers.

The main engines are two single acting, air cooled, turbo charged non reversing diesels, each with an output of 3,600 b.h.p.. The two four bladed, variable pitch propellers provide a service speed of 14 knots.

On purchase by a company in Norway she was renamed "Admiral Caribe" when for six years she sailed the west coast of the U.S.A. to Europe route. In 1983 she was sold to a French company and renamed the "Admiral Nigeria" under this name she plied the North Africa to Europe route.

She was again sold in 1983 the MAERSK shipping co and renamed the Duke of Anglia and about two years ago (1990) her name was again changed to the MAERSK ANGLIA. At present she is under contract to the Ford Motor Company and runs between Dagenham and Zeebrugge.

Deans Marine wish to express sincere thanks to the MAERSK shipping co. the captain and crew of the MAERSK ANGLIA and the FORD motor co. for all their kind assistance in supplying the help and information for the design of this model.

It was whilst at Zeebrugge she was to play the vital role of coordinating ship for the rescue aboard the "Herald of Free Enterprise" using the ships boats, the Mate, 2nd Engineer and seamen took part in the early rescue attempts. The mate was later awarded the M.B.E.

Details of the kit :
One of the most spectacular vessels to be added to the Deans Marine merchant fleet with probably the most complicated and detailed glass fibre moulding to come from our workshops. The hull is moulded up to the bridge deck level and includes all port and rubbing strip detail. The bulwarks are part of this moulding.

The bridge structure is of computer generated 1mm printed plastic. All fittings, including the four massive multi purpose hydraulic winches that are provided in the kit along with a full set of running gear. These, together with a comprehensive instruction book and a FULL SIZE PLAN assist in the assembly of this impressive model.

Scale 1/100 Length 1.24m Beam 203mm Sailing weight 6.5kg

Price:306.38 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine Hudson River
Deans Marine Hudson River
Ref: 1994
With the assistance of the Hudson Steamship Co we introduce the second of their fleet and although she looks similar to the Hudson Sound she is a considerably larger and more modern vessel.
She was built by the Ailsa Shipbuilding Co, at Troon and was completed in 1949 on a gross tonnage of 3,128 tons and capable of a cruising speed of 11 knots.

The Hudson River had the reputation of being the last of the large coal burning colliers on the English coast. In the late 1960's she was converted to oil burning as good quality bunkering coal was becoming hard to obtain. The noticeable lack of derricks was part of her design since coal in that period was unloaded by dockside grabs and this gave them clearance. For those who wish to modify the kit, the derricks were refitted in her later life when she went on to normal cargo traffic.

Details of the kit :
The model of this fine lined and graceful merchant ship is based on a plated and detailed glassfibre hull with all freeing ports moulded in. Decks and the superstructure are in printed 1mm plastic for ease of construction.

For those difficult items a sheet of vac-formings in .75mm plastic is included to construct items such as ships boats, funnel and hatch covers. When constructed the completed model captures all the grace of the prototype which is thought by many to be one of the most elegant of merchant ships.

Scale 1/96 Length 1.09m Beam 146mm Sailing weight 6.1kg

Price:244.03 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine Hudson Firth
Deans Marine Hudson Firth
Ref: 2002
Built by the Ailsa Shipbuilding co, Troon, Launched 1949
In the post war rebuilding period, a series of 4,500 ton colliers was built between 1946-1956 with an average length between PP of 320 feet. The first vessel delivered was the HUDSON STRAIT, completed in 1946 for the Hudson Steam ship co followed by her sister the HUDSON FIRTH in 1949

She was designed as a collier to supply the London power stations. and did sterling work for many years in this trade. When the decline in the coal trade became evident the Hudson Steamship Co refitted her with oil burning engines and cargo handling gear for mixed freight trade.

Far and wide she did roam in her new work, she is recorded in place such as Canada. South Africa, and many ports on the Atlantic seaboard.
She passed to Panamanian owners in 1967 who traded her for a further five years, and after her last cargo was discharged at Birkenhead, she departed for the breakers yard of W.H. Arnott Young at Dalmuir on the Clyde.

Details of the kit:
This attractive model makes into a super detailed replica of the ship, with all of its cluttered appearance.
It has lots of carrying capacity for the largest nicads to please those who like a long sail together with plenty of room inside for adding smoke, sound, lights etc.
Three trays of fittings come with the kit to add all the detail including cast metal fittings for the 10 massive cargo winches. Anchor windlass and mooring windlass.
All this is on our standard plated glassfibre hull with prop and propshaft with fitted oiler, a comprehensive set of instructions and a FULL SIZE PLAN included.

Scale 1/96 Length 1.09m Beam 146mm Sailing weight 6.1kg

Price:231.83 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine Celastine
Deans Marine Celastine
Ref: 1993
Details of the kit :
This model ship kit is the second ship in our range of modern Ro-RO ferries and one of the largest and most complex to be added to our range.
This kit is based on a 65" x 10" x 9.5 internal depth moulded glass fibre hull with all prop, rudder and fairlead detail moulded into the hull.
For the first time in our range of kits, and to allow for the size and weight of this model the car deck and main hold deck is in 1.5mm high impact plastic sheet included in the kit When Bonded to the 9mm square ramin deck beams this gives a hull deck combination of immense strength without the normal large number of bulkheads and multitude of deck beams associated with a model of this size and weight.
The main superstructure is in printed 1mm plastic as is the funnel casings. A full set of detailed cast alloy fittings is included using some of the latest moulding technology to give detail to an outstanding degree.
To compliment this large items such as the lifeboats and the massive main winches are finely detailed cast metal and plastic fittings finished off with the fine detailed brass etchings.
To compliment the kit and to add superfine detail and complete sheet of brass etchings approx 152 x 12 is crammed full of incredible detail from the huge side openings in the hull, all the deck stanchions of three different types, the complicated masts, we even have the windscreen wipers at 1/96 scale.
Ships inflatable liferafts and assorted other fittings are cast in acrylic resin for extremely sharp and accurate detailing. Cast metal stanchions, and deck fittings add the truly professional touch to this hard working merchant ship model.
Propeller tubes, fitted with oiling points and stainless steel shafts are included. Full details are supplied for the fitting of motors, nicads and radio equipment.
Should the modeller wish to add variations to his ship, we have included detail and variations of the other ships in the class along with colour schemes.
Two full size plans are included in the kit to aid construction plus a comprehensive instruction book using some of the latest digital imaging to provide picture and sketches to aid construction.
The Celestine model is of massive proportions but still has outstanding sailing qualities as in all of the Deans fleet especially when fitted with the recommended motors and bow thruster.
Deans Marine wish to express there appreciation to the COBELFRET NV company and EUROSHIP SERVICES and the Captain and crew of the M.V. VELENTINE for the invaluable help and assistance the have given and without this project would not have been possible.

Scale 1/100 Length 1.62m Beam 240mm Sailing weight 10kg

Price:745.52 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine Anna Marie
Deans Marine Anna Marie
Ref: 1992
ANNA-MARIE This model of the Anna-Marie is based on the Type 132 Class of Heavy Lift ships.
She was built and launched in Hamburg on 1-3-1997 as the Torm Cote D Ivoire as a dry cargo ship. The class type is L+100 A% G Solas 11020Reg-19 General cargo ship Strengthened for Heavy Cargo. She has been re-named a number of times and has had alterations to he bridge and the heavy cranes fitted to her, Past names have been Maersk Cartengena, Jummentor, Delmas Manoka & the Torm Cote d Ivoire.

She is a multi purpose ship that can carry long and heavy loads on her strengthened main deck, from extra long oil pipes to bulk timber cargo. Her main engine type is the MAK 8M 453 with an output of 2650Kw and a top speed of 13 knots.
She is a multi-purpose vessel designed to suit the carriage of containers and project or bulk cargoes. She is equipped with both bow and stern thrusters of 500kW avoiding the use of tugs and her length and draft permit entry into a number of the smaller ports and berths.
The ship is fitted with ballast compensation tanks to allow for offset cargo loads and to assist in stability when unloading.

She is at times taken on charter for delivering luxury yachts to various ports world wide as the cruising seasons change though the year and this is how we have modelled her to add interest to her cargo load,
The deck cargo of models is NOT included in the kit but is available from the collectable models wagons range as cargo loads and some assembly plastic kits as per the new Sunseelker Predator from Revell, also from the range of ready to run radio controlled boats from such firms as Kyosho.

Details of the Kit:
The model is based on a glassfibre hull with plating, freeing ports, bulwarks and port detail moulded into the hull. Computer generated plastic, printed in 6 colours is used for the decks and superstructure to give quick and crisp assembly.
A full set of fittings in cast light alloy and plastic give the finishing touch to the model adding the vital clutter that is so much part of this attractive little merchant ships appeal. To add the final finishing touch a sheet of brass etchings supplying such details as Stanchions, 2 types, ladders and stairways, intake grills and platforms to add that museum quality finish.
The two heavy lift cranes are separate little kits within the main kit and can be position as required on the model. As in all of the Deans kits a set of running gear is included, consisting of the propshaft, tiller and full instructions keyed to a FULL SIZE FULL COLOUR plan with embedded detail pictures to assist in the construction of the model.
Painting instructions are part of the construction notes with tips for using the latest car spray ACRYLIC paint which gives a fast and hard wearing finish.

Length 1.1m Beam 165mm Scale 1/83

Price:266.51 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine Rix Harrier
Deans Marine Rix Harrier
Ref: 1991
The Rix Harrier was constructed by the Yorkshire dry-dock company in 1979 as the Merchant ship WIB. She was renamed the Breydon Enterprise. Her propulsion was by Holland Roe machinery.
In 1996 she was purchased by T & S Rix company of Hull and converted to a bunkering tanker for service in Hull docks.
She was re-engined with two caterpillar 1036 diesels driving podded propellors with a s.h.p. on each prop of 480 H.P. giving a service speed of 9 knots. Auxillary power supply is by Cummins diesels.
She now has a deadweight of 1009 tons , gross tonnage is 572 and nett tonnage 0f 354 tons.
The Rix Harrier can be seen servicing larger ships in and around Hull docks, her and her near sister have been seen

Details of the kit :
The model of the M.V RIX HARRIER is constructed on a glassfibre hull with bulwarks and freeing ports moulded into the hull.
The decks and superstructure are in 1mm & .5mm computer generated printed plastic. Ships inflatable and assorted other fittings are cast in acrylic resin for extremely sharp and accurate detailing. The H.I.A.B. crane is a kit in its own right cats in plastic and white metal.
Cast metal stanchions, and deck fittings add the truly professional touch to this hard working merchant ship model.
The complicated deck piping is assembled from styrene plastic tube and completed with all the valves, wheels and vents in metal, and using a 3 colour printed layout on the tank deck.
Propeller tubes, fitted with oiling points and stainless steel shafts are included together with a comprehensive instruction book and a FULL SIZE plan. Full details are supplied for the fitting of motors, nicads and radio equipment.

Scale 1/50 Length 915mm Beam 195mm Sailing weight 8.5.kgs

Price:283.86 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Deans Marine Mv Muirneaq
Deans Marine Mv Muirneaq
Ref: 1997
The latest addition to the merchant ship fleet and one of the most up to date additions and the most colourfull.

The MUIRNEAG has just 2003 been introduced to the Caledonian Macbrayne fleet for service on there famous Highlands ferry service.

She was built in 1982 at the Frederikshaven werf in Denmark as a class FV 610 256 TEU RO/RO ship.

Her power is supplied by a MaK 12M453AK diesel engine giving output of 5000 hk driving a single VP propeller giving a service speed of 15 knots. To aid close confine handling she is also fitted with a 2000 HK$ bow thruster unit.

Details of the kit:
One of the most up to date vessels to be added to the Deans Marine merchant fleet with probably one of the most complicated and detailed glass fibre moulding to come from our workshops.

The hull is moulded up to the bridge deck level and includes all port and rubbing strip detail. The bulwarks around the main car deck are part of this moulding.

The bridge structure is of computer generated 1mm printed plastic. All fittings, including the multi purpose hydraulic winches are provided in the kit along with a full set of running gear for single shaft and twin rudders. Instructions are also included for the fitting of a bow thruster unit for those drivers that require extreme manouvering power as per the prototype ship.

These, together with a comprehensive instruction book and a FULL SIZE PLAN assist in the assembly of this impressive model.

Scale 1/100 Length 1.11m Beam 205mm Sailing weight 6.1kg

Price:278.81 (Including VAT at 20%)


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