Billings Models 1/100 Bluenose II Wooden Ship Kit
The Billings 1/100 Bluenose II wooden ship model accurately recreates the real life schooner with a high level of detail.
The Bluenose II was launched in 1964 as a true copy of the earlier Bluenose. The schooner Bluenose has a very special place in the history of navigation and yachting. Built to fish off the Newfoundland coast, the ship soon turned out to be such a fast sailer that she won all the great classical regattas along the USA's Eastern coast. She was built in Nova Scotia in 1921, and shipwrecked near Haiti in 1946.
This kit features plank on frame construction, laser cut plywood keel and frame components, wooden superstructure and decks, hull and deck fittings in brass and/or plastic, mast and spars and rigging cord in various sizes. It includes full-size plan sheets and an instruction manual with English text.
- Skill Level: Advanced Beginner/Intermediate
- Length: 52cm
- Height: 43cm
- Width: 9cm
Model: B600 Bluenose II
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|Order value (Including postage)
|Delivery Cost and Type
|Up to £70.00
|£4.99 - First Class Royal Mail
(Delivery Within 1-5 Days)
£7.99 - DPD £7.99
(Courier Delivery Next Working Day)
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