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Toyster suggestion comes from Charles A Crosby, who writes:  “Toy fleet I built for my grandsons. Wood, no plans just all by eye.  The laker [which looks a lot like Roger Blough] is around 10.5″ and large container ship is 12″.   The ships are in a general scale . . . not perfect by any means.  I am building a dredge fleet, too,  bigger scale and simple, toyish also, but fun to do.  Stay safe,  my friend.”

You, too, Charles, and thanks for the photo, including quite the variety of vessels from lakers with and without self-unloading gear, tugboat, ATB, tanker, bulk carriers, container ship, LNG carrier, carferries, and a cruise ship or liner.

Stay healthy.

Related:  Over 10 years ago, I did a post on toy boats, here.

 

 

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