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Hi, everybody! I bring to your attention two types of sea transport - the police boat and a usual tow.

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These models aren't prototypes of real models. Their images are collective of different types of boats, tows, the ships!

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And so, we will pass to our boats. The first model - a tow. This model serves for towage not big vessels, boats. Also helps to plunge small (generally single) to civil submarines and other small underwater equipment.

General views:

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Tires are sideways fixed in order that it was possible to push and direct the large ships!

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As you can see, by the ship there are many lifebuoys:

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On a tow nose, near a searchlight, the seagull - on team beliefs it to good luck was attached!

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On a roof there is an observation deck. Also there are loud-hailers and marker lights.

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Entrance to the ship cabin, ladder on an observation deck:

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The device for a raising lowering of underwater miniboats, etc. equipment.

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Ship team - quite ill-matched, but friendly and harmonious staff. At the head of team there is skilled captain!

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Let's glance to the cabin of management of a ship:

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Inside we can see the various navigation and coherent equipment, a steering wheel and control levers:

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General views without team:

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And again with team:

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Now we pass to the police boat. It is used for interception and detention (and in case of need and destructions) a various type of boats.

General views:

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The boat is armed with a large-caliber machine gun:

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From above you can see loud-hailers, sirens with flashers and communication antennas:

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The management cabin with a radar and the other equipment:

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Group of sea police:

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General views without team:

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Now both ships together:

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As you can see, both ships are constructed on the general base. But the police boat looks more high-speed at the expense of small height, and the tow, in turn, looks quite large at the expense of a high cabin!

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On it at me all! I wait for your comments, councils and wishes!

Excuse for my bad English!

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These are both very nice, and there's some pretty good SNOTwork going on with the cabins. I particularly like the tugboat. Well done :)

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AWESOME boats 'mifody', my favourite is the police one.....must have a lot of crime to need a chain gun eh ? :laugh:

Keep up the cool work and Brick on 'mifody' ! :grin:

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Cool boats :classic: my fav is the tug boat, lovely touch with the tyres on the side! Liek real tug boats :classic:

Happy building! :laugh:

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These are both very nice, and there's some pretty good SNOTwork going on with the cabins. I particularly like the tugboat. Well done :)

Thanks!

AWESOME boats 'mifody', my favourite is the police one.....must have a lot of crime to need a chain gun eh ? :laugh:

Keep up the cool work and Brick on 'mifody' ! :grin:

Thanks! My bandits don't concede police - are armed and very dangerous!

Here you will be able to see not only bandits: http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=76899&hl=

Cool boats :classic: my fav is the tug boat, lovely touch with the tyres on the side! Liek real tug boats :classic:

Happy building! :laugh:

Thanks!

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Nice ideas, my favourite here is the tugboat. I think it's a brilliant way to use the rubber boat base. I think it's a little too big, so an alternative use is fine.

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Nice ideas, my favourite here is the tugboat. I think it's a brilliant way to use the rubber boat base. I think it's a little too big, so an alternative use is fine.

Thanks! I already time used rubber boat base for the police boats:

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I really like these boats - especially the little tug boat!! You must have some serious criminals in your town if the police need that sort of firepower!!!

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I really like these boats - especially the little tug boat!! You must have some serious criminals in your town if the police need that sort of firepower!!!

Thanks! My bandits don't concede police - are armed and very dangerous!

Here you will be able to see not only bandits: http://www.eurobricks.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=76899

well, he lives in Russia, so... ;)

HA-HA, very funny... *huh*:sarcasm_smug:

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Of the two, tugboat is definitely my favourite. I like the SNOT work on the cabin, and the details on the deck - the lifebuoys, and a seagull. Nice work! :thumbup:

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Of the two, tugboat is definitely my favourite. I like the SNOT work on the cabin, and the details on the deck - the lifebuoys, and a seagull. Nice work! :thumbup:

Thank you!

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Great use of the tires for fenders on the boats!!

Thanks!

Small updating! Now the tugboat has a name!

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