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    HMS Bounty - FSX Native - VERSION 2.0


    A new entry has been added to Add-Ons Library, category FSX Ships

    Description: HMS Bounty - FSX Native - VERSION 2.0


    by Milton Shupe, Nigel Richards, Rob Barendregt, Sasha Rieger, and Rob Ibey. Helmsman by Craig "Full" Richardson
    Thanks to Roman Stoviak for XML conversion assistance.


    HMS Bounty 18th Century Tall Ship square rigger completely wind driven, individually animated and controlled sails, animated flags with direction and wind speeds, animated helm, and Sail Management Window to control all ship fuctions. Ship responds to wind speeds and direction with yaw, keeling, and pitch depending on sails deployed and yard arm positions. Ambient sounds, variable wind and gale storm sounds, ship's bell, "Salute", anchor weigh/drop all add to immersion.


    NOTE: FSUIPC Not Required for the HMS Bounty to work.

    P3DV4 Users: 64-bit code included - See Installation for a quick copy paste setup


    Read the HMS Bounty Replica.pdf for operational controls.

    To check it out, rate it or add comments, visit HMS Bounty - FSX Native - VERSION 2.0
    The comments you make there will appear in the posts below.

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    Thanks Milton.Another super gift.

    Cheers chris

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    SOH-CM-2018 MrZippy's Avatar
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    Thanks Milton and team Now for a sardine,garlic, and onion sandwich...and chug a tall Guinness stout and I'll be ready to practice my "heave-ho's" over the side.
    Last edited by MrZippy; December 30th, 2018 at 14:47.
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedy70 View Post
    Thanks Milton.Another super gift.

    Cheers chris
    Indeed, thanks. You should find the Bounty, Endeavor, the Beagle, and Bethia all present and awaiting orders.

    Enjoy. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedy70 View Post
    Thanks Milton.Another super gift.

    Cheers chris
    You are welcome Sir; hope you really enjoy these girls; great craft!

    Quote Originally Posted by MrZippy View Post
    Thanks Milton and team Now for a sardine,garlic, and onion sandwich...and chug a tall Guineas stout and I'll be ready to practice my "heave-ho's" over the side.
    Just don't mess up the "poop deck"! :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by MrZippy View Post
    Thanks Milton and team Now for a sardine,garlic, and onion sandwich...and chug a tall Guinness stout and I'll be ready to practice my "heave-ho's" over the side.
    Oh Mr Zippy we are two nations divided by a common language.

    A guinea was one pound one shilling and known as a golden guinea because it was a gold coin.

    Guiness however is an irish stout drink enjoyed all over the world.

    Mr zippy a very happy new year to you.

    Cheers Chris

    Oh you have corrected it.HeHe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milton Shupe View Post
    You are welcome Sir; hope you really enjoy these girls; great craft!



    Just don't mess up the "poop deck"! :-)
    Fantastic Milton; thanks for updating this pearl Happy New Year

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    Quote Originally Posted by speedy70 View Post
    Oh Mr Zippy we are two nations divided by a common language.

    A guinea was one pound one shilling and known as a golden guinea because it was a gold coin.

    Guiness however is an irish stout drink enjoyed all over the world.

    Mr zippy a very happy new year to you.

    Cheers Chris

    Oh you have corrected it.HeHe
    Happy New Year, too! Spell check screws up sometimes on this Android pad that I use.
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    Happy New Year Milton!

    Aboard the "Historical" Bounty, 21 hours into a cruise from S74 (Lost Isle) down the San Jacinto River to the City Beside the Bay -16 kts wind to start and increasing to 24G29 into the top of the Bay. Other than the low clearance under (through) the I680 bridge -Crash Detection OFF - it's been a pleasant voyage. One moment of panic - someone (reportedly a scallion from Redmond WA - broke my rudder whilst we were anchored overnight - a clear case of Win10 sabotage - but a replacement was cobbled together.

    Once we tie up at Treasure Island and the crew gets 10 minutes of liberty, I'll test the other versions, but thus far I can report all is 'shipshape and Bristol fashion'!

    We've come a long way in 4 years

    "To some the sky is the limit. To others it is home" anon.
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    Tally Ho Mate! Great to hear from ya.

    One thing I like to do; set custom wx to <5 miles visibility, rain, 16-24 knot winds out of Northwest, heading Southeast out if Ketchikan Harbor 5KE ... just chillin', relaxing. If I want to drag it out, I'll sail over to Stewart. It's a long way up to Stewart ... LOL
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    BTW, don't know if you have sailed in gale force winds. LOL

    Be sure you understand how to manage the sails, or use the Auto Skipper feature and read the manual before trying it.
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    Charter Member 2017 srgalahad's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Milton Shupe View Post
    BTW, don't know if you have sailed in gale force winds. LOL

    Be sure you understand how to manage the sails, or use the Auto Skipper feature and read the manual before trying it.
    yes, I have and yes, I did (read the manual) and so far I've survived. I hear it might be blowing outside the Golden Gate later...


    It's a long way from Lost Isle at night too

    But so is San Diego to Cabo San Lucas at 12 kts...
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