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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Jim Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 19 November 2011 at 8:04pm
Hi Guys, might be a lead on one of the Dog boats in 1948 sent to Argentina.... you need to read it though Google to get it to translate, (unless you read Spanish of course)

http://patrullerasargentinas.blogspot.com/2011/05/patrulleros-de-alta-mar-pam-ex-lanchas.html

Here is link to the pictures, not so sure myself, as cannot see enough of the hull

http://www.histarmar.com.ar/Exploraciones/Delta/Fairmile.htm





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Hi there,
 
Many thanks for these pictures, shot of naval vessel very good, well the other looks sort of right size, severe loss of hull planking though!!!
 
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I found this movie today with BPBco boats in the sea  http://www.itnsource.com/shotlist//BHC_RTV/1935/05/06/BGU407201273/?s=British+power+boat+&st=0&pn=1

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote johnk Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 25 November 2011 at 9:51am
Hi there,
 
Yes, short and sweet, 816 fee per clip it says at the bottom! but thanks very much for the post,
 
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Originally posted by neilgreenfield neilgreenfield wrote:

I found this movie today with BPBco boats in the sea  http://www.itnsource.com/shotlist//BHC_RTV/1935/05/06/BGU407201273/?s=British+power+boat+&st=0&pn=1
 
Hello Neil, I'm out of plaster and typing again, does look like your boat may well be BPB, I saw the discussion on CMBA too, I'll drop you an email and maybe come see her over the christmas break.
 
 
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hi
im starting to think so, especially after reading the fast boat and flying boats.. hope your arm is better... did you buy that boat??
id like that.. im away from the 20th -27th.. getting some winter sun :-)
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here is a good one, not sure if they are BPBCo..
 
 
masbie something in the water.   www.freewebs.com/masb32/
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hi
its a Hoyal Craft.. they are very similar i imagine... my hull is very similar, but the windscreen and upstand around the cockpit, i dont have...
also, i noticed that both craft have cutwaters, which ive been told is a amercian thing.. clearly not
 
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found this about Hoyal.. probably something to do with BPBco ( supermarine )
 
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Miss Margate

was originally built as a class 9 Sedan version, but before delivery to Ramsgate she was converted to a class 7 triple cockpit runabout. Following an accident and fire in 1936 at Supermarine Aviation, she was rebuilt one foot shorter at 25 feet by Hoyle Craft in Nottingham. Sold as a high speed trip boat, to run holidaymakers off Margate beach. Under the command of Mr George Rickwood from Brightlingsea, Essex, Miss Margate was sent by then Ramsgate Harbour Master, Mr D.R. Price to Dunkirk on 31st May 1940, towed by the Dutch Schuit

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