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Digital full size plans on Cd freelance scale 54" motor yacht VIVACITY suitable for radio control
Digital full size plans on Cd freelance scale 54" motor yacht VIVACITY suitable for radio control
Digital full size plans on Cd freelance scale 54" motor yacht VIVACITY suitable for radio control
Digital full size plans on Cd freelance scale 54" motor yacht VIVACITY suitable for radio control
Digital full size plans on Cd freelance scale 54" motor yacht VIVACITY suitable for radio control
Digital full size plans on Cd freelance scale 54" motor yacht VIVACITY suitable for radio control
Digital full size plans on Cd freelance scale 54" motor yacht VIVACITY suitable for radio control

Digital full size plans on Cd freelance scale 54" motor yacht VIVACITY suitable for radio control

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Digital full size plans on Cd

Not a printed plan and no material supplied

 Vintage plan from 1965

VIVACITY

Digital Full Size Plan on two 58” x 24” Sheets

Digital Four digital Pages of building notes and photos

Digital Two page article with building notes and photos

Printing………..MAY BE DONE AT A COPY HOUSE

 …………………………ALSO INCLUDED INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRINTING AT HOME

Scale freelance

Length 54 in.

Beam 17 in.

Engine 34cc   

BY VIC SMEED

PICTURED MODEL AND CONSTRUCTION NOTES

BY G. B. DUNSEATH

THERE are a lot of people who like a big boat, either for reasons of space or weight carrying capabilities or because they have a big engine to install. An engine which has been used by quite a number of keen modellers in the past is the 34 c.c. Chain saw, or Weed Wacker two-stroke, which is a nice powerful motor responding well to throttle up to 3,000 r.p.m. and fairly easy to install in a boat.

In sitting down to work out dimensions for a larger than-average model, we decided that it would probably be advisable to make the model just capable of taking this type of motor, which would result in a model small enough for reasonable performance with the 15 c.c. Gannet or any of the home-built 10-15 c.c. motors. The 21 c.c. Trojan-Rice would also be suitable. At the same time, it is quite possible to install 15 or 20 lbs. of equipment, which means that quite a number of the large Government surplus electric motors and attendant accumulators can be used to achieve reasonable performance. The minimum weight of the boat is likely to be 23-25 lbs., but there is no reason why it should not give entirely satisfactory results at twice this weight.

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