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Harbor Port (Motorized Boat Models)
by Angelo Filipelli
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Wassup? I have been into Lego since I was 3 years old, and I am I R/C model enthusiast and a big boat and marine enthusiast. Nowadays, I mostly build functioning and display model Lego boats, and all of my models are different from others since mine use the very rare underwater motor system offered from Lego from 2002-2004 and 2006-2008. (Thanks to eBay) In the future, I plan to build more and more models, not just boats. :) Also, I take some pride in manufacturing my boats, (better word to use,) like using 100% Lego parts and always making them function and close to detail. Have a good day!










Boat Facts and Q&A:
Q: How does a boat float? A: An object will float if it weighs less than the amount of water it's displacing, and this is why a rock sinks and a boat floats. The rock is heavy but displaces little water.
Q:How does a boat propeller work? A: A boat's propeller (or screw) works by literally acting like a screw in the water. Usually an engine or electric motor drives a gear box (forward and reverse) which in turn drives a shaft on which a hub is connected. On the hub are pitched and twisted blades. As the propeller is spinning through the water, the pitched blades throw the water away from the blades (Like putting your hand in water and pushing it back) and when the propeller is connected to a boat, the pressure difference behind the propeller pushes the boat forward! Screw propellers are not always a source of marine propulsion. Examples: Sails, Pump Jets, Fans, Oars, Paddles, etc.

Here's a few facts about me:
1.I live in Fairfield, CA, U.S.A.
2.I have a few hobbies related to models, and those include R/C models (Boats and cars) and building LEGO mocs.
3.My channel has 2 "mascots" which are my two cats which always get in between my photo shoots.
4.I am also into a few sports, like Motocross, Go-ped racing, fishing and boating.
5.My favorite car is the Mazda RX-7.
6.All of my models on my page are rare since they use the Underwater motor system.
7.My favorite movie is National Lampoon's Vacation.
8.I am also into a few video games, but not as much as I am into models.
My most favorites include: Overwatch, Punch-Out, and all Mario games. (Besides Mario Teaches Typing and that crap)


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