Wooden Ship Kits

Corsair Brigantine 1789Kit

 
With its square-rigged foremast and fore-and-aft sails on its main mast, the brigantine was fast, easy to maneuver and had twice the cargo space of a sloop. No wonder it became the favorite vessel of pirates. A typical brigantine carried as many as 100 pirates and mounted enough cannon to intimidate any possible target.
 
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#195-965-8 Plank on frame construction You'll build an accurate replica of the Corsair, 18th century pirate ship from this high quality kit. Pre-cut wooden parts assure perfect fit and double planking makes for a perfect hull. A comprehensive fittings package contains everything you need for an authentically detailed model. You'll find boxwood blocks and deadeyes, brass chain, eyebolts and belaying pins, white metal life-boat and 16 brass cannon on gilded metal carriages. Four diameters of rigging, hand-sewn sails, skull and crossbones flags and wooden display base add life-like detail. Clear plans and photographic instructions take the guesswork out of assembly. This ship is very similar in style to The Black Pearl, featured in the Pirates of the Carribean movies. The sails can be dyed black.
Dimensions: Length 31-1/4" (000mm) Height: 24" (000 mm) Scale: 1/80
Price: US$360.00 on special US$299.95


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Ship building tools: specialized tools to aid in planking & rigging.



















Ship building tools: specialized tools to aid in planking & rigging.

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