Edwin Korstanje

Smit Cheetah ASD Tug 3213

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Many thanks Alasdair Ryan :thumbup::classic: .

Not one, but five of mine ships at the Hall of Fame :blush: .

Yeb, that took most of the afternoon to do...... :tongue:

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Many thanks Alasdair Ryan :thumbup::classic: .

Not one, but five of mine ships at the Hall of Fame :blush: .

That can only mean one thing..... technic_pro.png

You deserved it :thumbup:

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Took some time, but I have frontpaged this wonderful model :thumbup:

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That is an awesome model Edwin. I worked on those boats, the shape of the funnels and wheelhouse is very hard to capture but you did it!

Also a nice scenery at the Breediep for the pictures!

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That is an awesome model Edwin. I worked on those boats, the shape of the funnels and wheelhouse is very hard to capture but you did it!

Also a nice scenery at the Breediep for the pictures!

Great to hear that you worked on a real ASD Tug @Ballast :thumbup: , at what type and name of the ship's you worked on?!

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To borrow a quote from Mary Poppins...

'...Perfect in Every Way'

:blush: Thanks grum64, it's not perfect, but in this scale almost :laugh: .

This small ship have some surprise and i will let show it to you soon here on EB.(this is mine first ship that don't look like the Titanic :wink::grin: )

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After leaving school I spent 3 years in the UK Merchant Navy & saw many of these plucky little vessels in their many different guises. I developed a love for them and huge respect for their crews. That was over 30 years ago and tugs have changed immensely in that time but that love and respect continues.

The models you make are truly awesome in their detail and conception and, in my view anyway, are a fitting 'tribute' to tugs past and present and the men that crew them.

I hope this makes sense.

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Hi VF, like I already said to you, this is yet again a wondelfull model you made.

The details are well done and make the ship complete.

Congrates on yet another great MOC!

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Hello is there a possiblilty to buy the workdescripton and bill materials? I'm really interested because our company work a lot for Smit included this vessel.

Thanks!

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Hello is there a possiblilty to buy the workdescripton and bill materials? I'm really interested because our company work a lot for Smit included this vessel.

Thanks!

You can send me a mail at info@haaglanden-autoglas.nl

Greetings Edwin

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