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    Edinburgh Warship and Sub Day

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    Edinburgh Warship and Sub Day

    Post  david f on Sun Feb 23, 2014 11:36 am

    Hi All,

    Still provisional information from Andrew G and the Edinburgh MBC but it seem that this very popular event will be returning as a Warship and Sub Day on Sunday 28th Sept 2014.

    More information to come!

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    EDINBURGH 28-Sept 2014

    Post  John Wrennall on Thu Oct 02, 2014 3:44 pm

    Hi all

    Attached are a few photos taken at Edinburgh .

    Weather Fairly good, a bit cloudy but no rain.

    Unfortunately there were only 5 subs displayed and sailed:-

    a Revel Gato belonging to an EMBC member whose name I didn't catch, this was a surface runner only but very nice.

    the two white subs belonged to Paul Brassington and as normal both behaved impeccably, even when being used for a 'Perisher Tuition Course' - see photo

    The two yellow subs were my contribution.

    Fast Electrics and IC's did some contest running and seemed to want about 2/3 of the pond, don't they look good when they flip!

    Normal surface models also present and running a steering competition which Paul B entered and walked away with 1st Place.


    That's all folks...

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