Built in 1985 by Allied Shipbuilders of Vancouver for
Public Works of Canada Tsekoa II was used in the construction,
maintenance, and repair of buoys, docks and other marine structures in the
numerous small harbours along the British Columbia Pacific coastline. In
the early 1990s the vessel was sold to the Canadian Coastguard. With twin
screw Tsekoa is very stable and extremely manoeuvrable - a good steering
KIT CONTENTS: a detailed glassfibre hull; prop-shafts and rudders
(propellers at extra cost); printed styrene parts for deck and
superstructure; a set of 250+ cast metal fittings and handrail stanchions;
resin-cast dinghy; a large rear deck Atlas crane kit; vessel name; wooden
dowel for masts, rod for railings, assembly instructions in English. Crew figures
not supplied. Recommended for model makers with average building skills.
KIT PRICE: £245 - Brass Propellers 40mm
dia. £30 - Motors, Couplings £60
Not supplied: propellers, paints
and adhesives. Tools and equipment.
Required for R/C Operation, 2 or 4
channel RC, speed control, motors, couplings, battery and charger.