70.03Mb (2020 downloads)
HMS Bounty for FSX - Version 1.1 Built Specifically for FSX - (separate package required for FS9) by Milton Shupe, Nigel Richards, Rob Barendregt, Sasha Rieger, and Rob Ibey. Helmsman by Craig "Full" Richardson 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. WILL NOT WORK IN FS9 as it contains FSX native texture formatting and FSX specific sim interfaces. (Separate FS9 package available.) BIG NOTE: The latest version of FSUIPC is Required for the HMS Bounty to work. Note: Realism settings should be set to "Hard" for best Wind Effects (Will not work on "Easy" realism in FSX.) Version 1.1 upgrades: 1) Even more realistic wind effects on yaw and roll based on the confluence of sails deployed, wind speeds and direction relative to ship heading, yard arms angle to the wind, and ground speed. 2) Tugboat function added 3) Corrected lights positions 4) Documentation updates
Posted May 8, 2015 15:10 by Milton Shupe
10.13Mb (1478 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 German sea rescue ship "John T. Essberger" from the 70th with daughter boat "Elsa". My FS-model release is especially for the 150 year anniversary of the german organisation "Deutsche Gesellschaft zur Rettung Schiffbruchiger" in May 2015. This independent organisation was founded in May 1865 and does their job just by donations. Within that period many thousands of missions saved hundred thousend of lives and rescued thousend of boats and ships in the areas of North Sea and Baltic Sea. My addon showes the biggest boat from the 70th (44.2m) together with the animated daughter boat "Elsa" which runs down from the tail ramp to reach a parallel course together with the "John T. Essberger". Another animation is towing a motor boat with engine problems. Effects for a fire on board of a ship and fire extinguishings are included. The 2D-panel is made by a photograph of the real navigation bridge of the original ship which can be visited now in the technic museum at Speyer. Nineteen cameras let you explore the ship with its virtual navigation bridge and let you enjoy the animations. Two ai-versions are included: John T. Essberger solo and with 'Elsa'. FSDS 3.5 model and panel made by Erwin Welker, Sound by Knud Kristofferson.
Posted May 3, 2015 13:34 by Erwin Welker
13.48Mb (758 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Triple Pack German WWII Narvik-class destroyers as pilotable- and as ai-versions. The three ships differs in the camo paint schemes, in the armament and in the equipment at the stern. The pilotable versions provides a photorealistic 2D panel and eighteen virtual navigation bridge- and decks views. All has many animations including two launched torpedos. The ai-boats are supposed to be used with the great tool ai-carriers2 or for ai-traffic. FSDS 3.5 models and panel made by Erwin Welker.
Posted May 1, 2015 03:36 by Erwin Welker
3.88Mb (1019 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 French postwar destroyer SURCOUF. This T-47 class destroyer was commisioned in 1955. It is armed with three 5inch twins, three 2.2inch twins and four 20mm single guns plus two triple torpedo launchers and two triple anti submarine torpedo launchers. The max. speed was 34 knots. The pilotable ship has a 2D panel and a virtual navigation bridge and decks views. The model has nineteen moving parts with many animations and camera definitions. You even can shoot two torpedos. The ai-boat is supposed to be used with the great tool ai-carriers2 or for ai-traffic. FSDS 3.5 model and panel made by Erwin Welker.
Posted Apr 21, 2015 08:05 by Erwin Welker
12.82Mb (1156 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Package WWII Royal Navy Warships From 1943. The package contains the cruiser HMS Belfast and the Tribal-class destroyer HMS Tartar. Both ships are as pilotable and as ai-version included. The pilotable boats has 2D panels and virtual navigation bridge- and decks views and all has many animations and camera definitions. You even can shoot two torpedos from the destroyer or you can launch a Supermarine Walrus flying boat from the cruiser. The ai-ships are supposed to be used with the great tool ai-carriers2 or for ai-traffic. FSDS 3.5 models and panels made by Erwin Welker.
Posted Apr 12, 2015 04:36 by Erwin Welker
63.97Mb (1360 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Package PT-Boats and destroyer fleet of the Federal Republic of Germany in the 60th&70th. The package contains the Hamburg-class destroyer BAYERN and konventionell PT-boats of the class 140 and 142. This boats can be sailed solo or as pair in a small formation. All this ships are pilotable and all has 2D panels and virtual navigation bridge and decks views and all has many animations and camera definitions. You even can shoot two trainings torpedos from the PT-boats. This ships are also as ai-versions included. Additional there are two ai-versions of the auxillary ship Tender NECKAR included, which served as leading and support ship for the PT-boats. One of this versions brought out its anchors and has swiveld the crane to deliver torpedos to the boats. The ai-ships are supposed to be used with the great tool ai-carriers2 or for ai-traffic. FSDS 3.5 models and panels made by Erwin Welker.
Posted Mar 17, 2015 03:09 by Erwin Welker
25.59Mb (1315 downloads)
The Forrestal-class aircraft carriers were a four-ship class designed and built for the United States Navy in the 1950s. It was the first class of so-called supercarriers, combining high tonnage, deck-edge elevators and an angled deck. The first ship was commissioned in 1955, the last decommissioned in 1998. This package includes all 4 ships from the Forrestal Class. They are all Acceleration/AiCarriers ready. Due to being modeled in Google Sketchup, there are no animations.
Posted Mar 7, 2015 11:49 by WombRaider78
0.15Mb (302 downloads)
SIMCOM a TS3-FSX Plugin. This Plugin will allow you to automatically change Teamspeak Channels when frequencies are selected on COM1 in the Radio Stack. This has been tested on both FSX Boxed and FSX Steam. In theory this should also work with P3D but has not been tested. ***This is a 32bit plugin and will only work with the 32bit TS3 client*** Server// Create a channel on your Teamspeak 3 server called Air Traffic Control. Create Sub channels in the Air Traffic Control Channel named as 6 digit frequencies (123.450 not 123.45). Client/// Follow the install instructions in the Instructions file included in the zip to install the plugin.
Posted Mar 3, 2015 11:36 by ATCROO
11.35Mb (900 downloads)
FSX/FS2004 Package three mast barque ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT II. This beautyfull german tall ship was laid down in 2008 and was launched in 2011. It replaces the ALEXANDER VON HUMBOLDT I, which was laid down 1906 as lighthouse ship and was converted to a barque with green sails in 1988. The package contains pilotable and ai-versions. Both with twentyfour sails or with removed sails. My models are extremly detailed and reaches the limits for compiling to a MDL. Fourteen FSX cameras let you explore the beautyful ship and the virtual decks. Using FS2004 there are eighteen virtual panel lookaround views. FSDS 3.5 model made by Erwin Welker
Posted Mar 2, 2015 04:26 by Erwin Welker
8.96Mb (2290 downloads)
FSX Pilotable Passenger ferry boat FUNCHAL. This GMAX ai-model is made by Henrik Nielsen and and belongs to his huge ai-fleet package "179_ai_ships_and_ai_ship_traffic.zip". His fleets brings ship traffic into the empty sea of the default FSX and more reality into empty harbours. The real ship was buildt in 1961 in Denmark and was equipped with 2 steam turbine engines. It sailed for Portuscale Cruises between Lissabon and Madeira as passenger and ferry ship. 1972/73, converted to a cruise ship with Diesel engines it sailed until 2013. My addon provide a 2D panel and virtual decks views. Fourteen camera views let you explore the vessel. Panel and cameras by Erwin Welker
Posted Feb 25, 2015 06:56 by Erwin Welker