Full Size Printed Plan Vintage 1966 modern tug model SCALE 1/3 in. to 1 ft. "SUN XXI" for RADIO CONTROL
Full Size Printed Plan Vintage 1966 modern tug model SCALE 1/3 in. to 1 ft. "SUN XXI" for RADIO CONTROL
Full Size Printed Plan Vintage 1966 modern tug model SCALE 1/3 in. to 1 ft. "SUN XXI" for RADIO CONTROL
Full Size Printed Plan Vintage 1966 modern tug model SCALE 1/3 in. to 1 ft. "SUN XXI" for RADIO CONTROL
Full Size Printed Plan Vintage 1966 modern tug model SCALE 1/3 in. to 1 ft. "SUN XXI" for RADIO CONTROL
Full Size Printed Plan Vintage 1966 modern tug model SCALE 1/3 in. to 1 ft. "SUN XXI" for RADIO CONTROL

Full Size Printed Plan Vintage 1966 modern tug model SCALE 1/3 in. to 1 ft. "SUN XXI" for RADIO CONTROL

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Full Size Printed Plan & Building Notes

No material plans only

Vintage plans from 1966

SUN XXI

A three foot modern tug model

FULL SIZE PLANS ON a SHEET 36” x 41”

Four page article description (builders with at least some experience.)

SCALE 1/3 in. to 1 ft.

LENGTH 36”

BEAM 10”

Electric

RADIO CONTROL

Drawn by Philip Connolly

   It is not proposed to go into complete constructional detail, since this class of model is one that would normally be undertaken by builders with at least some experience.

The superstructure breaks down into a series of boxes and helpful sketches are included on the plan.

   The ship was built by Philip & Son Ltd. of Dartmouth, who have built a number of tugs for the Sun fleet  The accommodation in Sun XXI includes double bunks for the four crew aft, and two officers' and a chief engineer's cabin forward. The decor throughout is light sycamore linings and mahogany furniture. Lighting, heating and cooking is all electric.

On deck (which need not be used by the crew in heavy weather) she carries twin 12in. tow hooks, the cables passing over the towbows over the engine room skylight and fitted only to the casing, i.e. not to the gunwales, a considerable advantage in a model. She carries one pulling boat on the starboard side and an inflatable life­raft to port, and the rest of her deck fittings are reasonably conventional. Apart from unhooking one forestay there is nothing to prevent the entire superstructure lifting off as one piece in a model, a fact which influenced our choice of this particular tug as a scale subject.

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