Here's some shots from Saturday:
SubCommittee Brain Trust up before dawn prepairing the grounds
"Lift that pale! Pump that bilge!" Our feerless leader directing the action.
I may not remember correctly, but I think this statue is new since last year. Anyway, what a wonderful, patriotic venue to hold our SubRegatta.
I believe one of Merriman's Skipjacks
A perrenial favorite, Warren Wilson's 1/32 scale (I believe) Type VII
Skipjacks on patrol
Who doesn't love the USS Batfish?
One of the first Revell 1/72 US Fleetboat R/C conversions by George Protchenko. Decks awash—what a beautiful model.
"Just one more turn ought to do it—oh wait, which way?"
The SubPirates contingent was well represented
John Louk, of the IndyAdmirals, stepped up to take on the MC duties, and did a wonderful job.
Thanks to the vendors; Mike's Subworks and Caswell Plating. There were lookers, but buyers too.
Kerry Addington there once again getting footage for another great SubRegatta DVD. Kerry, you have some red-eye in that camera.
Stefan's boat was so big I think he had himself shipped inside his Typhoon, inside a specially made crate direct to Carmel. That's one way to beat the cost of air-fare.
This was impressive. Here I got a shot standing on the forward deck.
Lots of information was transfered at the regatta. Here, Rick Galinson admires the way Kevin McLeod incorporated the control chips he spoke about into his Oscar's screws.
Dave Hampton's Vessika went down like a champ.