Green Sea Shipbuilding Establishment

Saturday, June 02, 2007


The R.C.S. MAURETANIA became the 11th currently active R/C boat in my fleet this afternoon after technical problems scrubbed this morning's attempt.

The Mauretania set sail on Mercado Lake in Scottsdale where she sailed for more than 30 minutes. This morning's attempt was scrubbed when the electronics-which had worked just fine yesterday- suddenly wouldn't work. I tried swapping the motor and speed controller, but nothing worked. After I got home, I put another speed controller in and she worked just fine, so we went to Mercado.

I got some great pictures as you can see as well as a video which I plan to put on Youtube.

Incidently, the QUEEN MARY also sailed this morning at a new lake in Litchfield. Again, she ran smoothly with no more engineering problems! The next step is to get all 4 of my Cunard ships (Queen Mary, Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria and Mauretania) together on the water at the same time!

Barrett Hochhaus


At 10:28 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

nice job, they look so good ,you would think they would have smoke coming from the stacks lol. i dont know how you do it ,but you do it well , ed

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