This is a 1/350 Scale Clipper Ship Cutty Sark from Academy.
Suitable for Ages 10 & Older.
- Plastic pieces attached to sprues and molded in color
- Finely engraved hull and deck detail simulates copper plating and wood texture
- Simple display riggin
- Display stand base and name plate included
- Pictorial instructions guide you through assembly
- Sprue Cutter
- Hobby Knife
- File or Emery Board
- Glue Tips or Toothpicks
Probably the most famous warship ever, HMS Victory is still to be seen in Portsmouth Dockyard. This great miniature model is a fun way to start modelling.
|Number of Parts||19|
L105 x W30
- Model Kit
- 4 x Acrylic Paints
Los Angeles class was the fifth generation of the United States navy submarine and she had the largest quantity in the world. Her design supports missions such as anti-submarine, anti-surface ship warfare and covert cruise missile strike. The first ship of the Los Angeles class, Los Angeles (SSN-688), was commissioned in November 13, 1976. The last ship SSN-773 was commissioned in March, 1996. More than 20 years later, the huge plan building 62 submarines was finally completed. Since San Juan (SSN-751), Los Angeles class had a great improvement. Their performance had been further improved.
|Model Dimension||Length: 157.71mm Width:16 mm Height: 34.6mm|
|Total Plastic Parts||11pcs|
|Total Sprues||2 sprues and stand|
Skill level: 5
Length: 372 mm
Wingspan: 291 mm
One of the most famous vessels in maritime history is the HMS Bounty, a sailing ship that became known for the bold mutiny that took place on board. In 1787 Captain William Bligh was ordered by King George III to bring bread-fruit trees from Tahiti to the West Indies in the Bounty. Captain Bligh ruled with an iron hand and continually reduced the rations of his crew. On 28th April 1789 the famous mutiny occurred. Bligh and 18 of his henchmen were set adrift in a boat but, after a veritable odyssey of a voyage, succeeded in making their way back to England. The rest of the crew decided to remain in the region and settled on Pitcairn Island, far from the shipping routes. To prevent discovery, the Bounty was ultimately burned by her former crew in 1790.
- Detailed hull with wood grain
- Detailed deck with pin rails
- Rudder and row boat
- 4 cannon on mount
- 2 anchors
- Detailed masts and yards
- One-piece shrouds
- Sails with canvas texture
- Flag chart
- 5 figures
- Display stand with name plate