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SubCom Spain Videos

Postby Pedro Gómez » Thu Feb 27, 2014 4:13 am

Hi fellows: :D
I've attached a link for you can watch the videos of our submarines, the group of friends "The Flotilla", many belonging to the AAMAS, Naval & Air Modellers Artistic Association of Sabadell, and the Chapter of the Subcommittee "Subcom Spain".
In particular the last video recorded and edited on the last February 22 at the torrent of Borró in Argelaguer, Gerona, compiled by our artist, Salvador Moron, and with the participation of:

Akula-II Salvador Moron
XXIII Xavi Grau
Gato Xavi Grau
Marlin SST-2 Pedro Gomez
VIIC Joan Simon Planas
Mines Eduardo Gonzalo

Link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vU5bU_phH-8

Also you can see more videos in the channel of Salvador:

http://www.youtube.com/user/Alulasmo/vi ... = 0 & sort = dd

Hope you like it.

Regards :D
Pedro Gomez
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Re: SubCom Spain Videos

Postby redboat219 » Thu Feb 27, 2014 6:25 am

Can you provide additional info about each sub, like scale, make, etc.?
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Re: SubCom Spain Videos

Postby Sub culture » Thu Feb 27, 2014 10:05 am

Lovely clear waters you have to sail in.
'Why are you staring at an empty pond?'

Want to dive your boat in crystal clear water? Then you had better Dive-in- http://www.diveintomodelsubmarines.co.uk
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Re: SubCom Spain Videos

Postby Pedro Gómez » Fri Feb 28, 2014 3:51 am

Hi folks:

About the clarity of the water, is a mountain stream, an area in which water collects in a rocky environment. Access is not easy. especially the back, because you have to climb uphill. Also, although it seems that the site is large, a 1:35 scale VIIC is not it easy to maneuver. I show you some pictures of the place.
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Re: SubCom Spain Videos

Postby Pedro Gómez » Fri Feb 28, 2014 4:12 am

HI folks:

About the models

Akula-II, Salvador Moron: is a 1:96 Scale Ships kit Model, with the system of Sheerline Model Submarines.
XXIII, Xavi Grau: is a 1:35 fiberglass scratch hull with parts (tower) of the Bronco Kit. It use the RCABS reverse system.
Gato Xavi Grau: is a 1:72 revell kit with a RCABS reverse system.
Marlin SST-2,Pedro Gomez: is a fiberglass scratch, mold based in Subtech kit, 1:35 scale, it use a peristaltic pump (You can see pictures and more information in this forum).
VIIC Joan Simon Planas: is a VIIC Engel 1:34 kit, and It use the RCABS reverse system.

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Re: SubCom Spain Videos

Postby redboat219 » Fri Feb 28, 2014 5:04 am

Looks like a fun place to drive a Typhoon class :D
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Re: SubCom Spain Videos

Postby Pedro Gómez » Sat Mar 01, 2014 7:46 am

Hi RedBoat:
Yes, the place is like the "Thorn Twins" de Red October Hunt.
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Re: SubCom Spain Videos

Postby PaulC » Sat Mar 01, 2014 10:42 am

Very cool, Pedro! :D
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Re: SubCom Spain Videos

Postby bwi » Sun Mar 02, 2014 11:38 am

Maybe It’s small……..but what a place to drive your subs…..great video’s congrats.

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