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digital full-size plans scale 1:32 frederick spashett  drifter trawler suitable for radio control
digital full-size plans scale 1:32 frederick spashett  drifter trawler suitable for radio control
digital full-size plans scale 1:32 frederick spashett  drifter trawler suitable for radio control
digital full-size plans scale 1:32 frederick spashett  drifter trawler suitable for radio control
digital full-size plans scale 1:32 frederick spashett  drifter trawler suitable for radio control

Digital Full-Size Plans Scale 1:32 Frederick Spashett DRIFTER TRAWLER suitable for radio control

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Digital Full-Size Plans will be Emailed only as a PDF.

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Buy as a USB stick that can hold up to eight plans for multiple purchases.

USB, in PDF, JPEG, and TIFF formats are shipped by first class airmail.

You may have the plans printed at a print shop or tile printed on your home printer

Frederick Spashett

DRIFTER TRAWLER

Digital Full size plan prints on Two SHEETS 45” x 22"

*No Building or Radio Control Notes *

Digital emailed files are PDF,

Purchased USB Card includes TIFF and JPEG

Also, USB Card includes several articles on building model boats files are PDF and JPEG

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

Scale 1:32

LENGTH 30”

BEAM 7 11/16”

POWER ELECTRIC

RADIO CONTROL

THE Frederick Spashett is one of a number of small vessels, 80ft. between perpendiculars by 20ft. 6in. moulded breadth and 9ft. 9in. moulded depth, built in the late forties/early fifties. Frederick Spashett was actually constructed in 1949 by Richards Ironworks Ltd., Lowestoft Yard No. 388, and was the first of what was to become a very successful class of drifter/trawler. She was built for Small and Co. (Lowestoft) Ltd., one of the major fishing boat owners at that time.

Powered by a 231 BHP engine, she had an uneventful career as a drifter, and was transferred to the Trier Fishing Co. Ltd., Lowestoft, one of the companies within the Small and Co. group, during the fifties. This was a regular practice by trawler owners, some of which had a number of 'one ship companies' under one group.

In all, the Frederick Spashett spent 16 years operating from Lowes­toft and other British ports during the various herring seasons,

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