Full Size Printed Plan Scale 1:24 Californian fishing vessel for Radio Control
Full Size Printed Plan Scale 1:24 Californian fishing vessel for Radio Control
Full Size Printed Plan Scale 1:24 Californian fishing vessel for Radio Control
Full Size Printed Plan Scale 1:24 Californian fishing vessel for Radio Control
Full Size Printed Plan Scale 1:24 Californian fishing vessel for Radio Control
Full Size Printed Plan Scale 1:24 Californian fishing vessel for Radio Control
Full Size Printed Plan Scale 1:24 Californian fishing vessel for Radio Control
Full Size Printed Plan Scale 1:24 Californian fishing vessel for Radio Control
Full Size Printed Plan Scale 1:24 Californian fishing vessel for Radio Control

Full Size Printed Plan Scale 1:24 Californian fishing vessel for Radio Control

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Full Size Printed Plan & Building Notes

No material plans only

OCEAN CHALLENGER

A scale model of a  conventional wood construction techniques; hull sides are relatively flat and are easily sheeted with balsa.

Full Size Plan printed on a sheet 70" x 36" 20lb bond

Seven page article with building notes and photos

Scale 1:24

Length: 30 in.

Beam: 9 in.

Hull materials: lite-ply and balsa

Hull finish: finishing resin and fiberglass cloth

No. of channels req'd: 2 or more (throttle and rudder)

Motor req'd: 6 or 12V motor with ESC with reverse

Motor used: Midwest 850 MEPS TT with Midwest 835 universal joint

by BRYANT THOMPSON

   I'm sure you'll like how the Ocean Challenger runs. With its relatively deep draft, simple drive arrangement and all the detail you can add (such as running lights and engine sound), the model will do well at any regatta, and it's equally at home on the local pond just having fun

  THE FULL-SIZE Ocean Challenger fishing boat was built by George Ferriera of Fort Bragg, CA, in 1979 and is now owned and operated by Arnold Jardstrom. It is 60 feet long and has a beam of 18 feet. Power comes from a V12-71 Jimmy Detroit diesel, and it has a 453 Detroit diesel as an auxiliary. As shown, the boat is rigged to catch swordfish, and it can hold a catch of 80,000 pounds. Arnold lays a net 270 feet deep and one mile long while the boat moves

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