Dauntless Wooden Boat Kit by Dumas

 We at Dumas are pleased to be able to take you back to an era of elegance. In 1946 Sparkman and Stevens designed a 66 ft. commuter boat for the express purpose of carrying commuters down the Hudson River into New York. What a glorious way to beat the traffic.                                                                                                                              These commuters were used by their owners as everyday transportation to and from work, and for pleasure trips to their favorite spots. The most famous of these commuters was the Dauntless. The Dauntless was owned by a prominent New York family. They undoubtedly considered the Dauntless a great diversion from their day to day business dealings.                                                                                                                   The days of the Dauntless are gone but you can bring them back. The Dauntless features top quality construction materials. The kit is made almost entirely of 1/8 in. poplar plywood. All parts are cleanly die-cut, and we have included a variety of detail parts including 38 cast metal fittings.        The size of the Dauntless leaves the door wide open for different powering methods. The obvious choices would be scale electric power, high speed electric power, or twin gas power, but you may have your own ideas. Use running hardware kit #2332 for all twin screw, twin power methods in the Dauntless.                                                                                                                                   

Length 49-1/2 inches Beam 14 inches Scale 3/4 in. to 1 ft.

 *Additional parts required for R/C:

Running Hardware: #2332 For all twin screw applications

Propellers: #3112/3113 3 Blade 2″ Diameter

Power: Two Dumas #2004 6v motors
Speed Control: #2022 6v Speed Control
Battery: #8302 NiCad Battery
Charger: #8315 Battery Charger 
Radio Control: #8812-2 2 Channel Radio Control w/ two servos

 

                                                                                                   

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