COREL SM13 KIT WASA wooden ship to be built
The 64-year-old Swedish WASA vessel sank in Stockholm's labor on the very day of the launch (August 10, 1628) due to a violent breeze of wind. The hull, unfailingly, tilted incline and the water poured through the open doors. The ship landed on a 35 m backdrop. The ship's construction began in 1625, under the direction of the Dutch architect Henrik Hybertsson. Although some fire guns and a few other objects had already been recovered before, only in 1956 it was possible to return the hull to the surface. In 1958, partially reconstructed and restored, it was housed in the Museum of Wasa in Stockholm. Our WASA reproduction is based on the excellent graphic reconstructions published by the Stockholm Museum of Management. Due to the richness of particulars in the box, the "cut out" system and the drawings made of 11 detailed tables, the model will not encounter difficulties in running this model.
The assembly box includes everything needed for sailing ship construction. For those who would rather make the model autonomously, the constructive plans werea and the decorative series werea can also be purchased separately from the box.
Wonderful scale reproduction 1:75. The mounting box includes the construction plans and the complete range of accessories and decorations.
Mounting kit to be assembled and painted, the colors are not included in the package.
The stand shown in the picture is included in the box.
1:75 H. 700 mm L. 890 mm