Product Gallery: Ships & Boats

There are 13 ships & boats listed in this page.

Name:Charles W. Morgan Whaling Bark
Manufacturer:Model Shipways
Manufacturer ID:MS2140
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
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During her 80 years and 37 voyages, the Charles W. Morgan caught and processed more whales than any other whaling ship in history. Built in 1841 at the Hillman Brothers Shipyard on the Accent River in New Bedford, MA, she was registered at 351 tons. The Online Article link is to Micro-Mark who imports these kits into the U.S.
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photo © (Model Shipways stock photo)
Name:H.M.S. Fly
Manufacturer:Amati
Manufacturer ID:1300/03
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
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Launched on September 14, 1776, the H.M.S. Fly was the fifth of the Swan Class of ship rigged sloop. The Online Article link is to Micro-Mark who imports these kits into the U.S.
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Name:La Nina Caravel
Manufacturer:Artesania Latina (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:22410
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
Modeled after the Spanish ships from 1492.
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photo © (Artesania Latina stock photo)
Name:La Pinta Caravel
Manufacturer:Artesania Latina (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:22412
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
The fastest of the Discovery of America ships.
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photo © (Artesania Latina stock photo)
Name:Mayflower
Manufacturer:Artesania Latina (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:22451
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
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In 1620, Mayflower brought the Pilgrims from England to America. The Online Article link is to Micro-Mark who imports these kits into the U.S.
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photo © (Artesania Latina stock photo)
Name:Mayflower
Manufacturer:Jumbo (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:D80819
Product Type:Kit
In 1620, Mayflower brought the Pilgrims from England to America. Amazon.com carries these kits in the U.S.
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photo © (Jumbo stock photo)
Name:Pride of Baltimore II
Manufacturer:Model Shipways
Manufacturer ID:MS2120
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
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In 1974 Baltimore city built a replica of the original Pride of Baltimore, but it was destroyed in a storm in 1986. The second version was commissioned, of which this is an accurate model. The Online Article link is to Micro-Mark who imports these kits into the U.S.
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photo © (Model Shipways stock photo)
Name:Rattlesnake US Privateer
Manufacturer:Model Shipways
Manufacturer ID:MS2028
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
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The privateer Rattlesnake was built at Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1780. The Online Article link is to Micro-Mark who imports these kits into the U.S.
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photo © (Model Shipways stock photo)
Name:Rusted Hull
Manufacturer:Frenchman River Model Works (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:1711
Product Type:Kit
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Name:Santa Maria Caravel
Manufacturer:Artesania Latina (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:22411
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
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Part of the Discovery of America ships. The Online Article link is to Micro-Mark who imports these kits into the U.S.
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photo © (Artesania Latina stock photo)
Name:Steam Freighter
Manufacturer:Frenchman River Model Works (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:113
Product Type:Kit
50-foot freighter kit, consisting of resin body, Britannia metal castings, and brass detail parts.
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model owned by Gerry Evans
photo © Gerry Evans
Name:USS Syren Brig
Manufacturer:Model Shipways
Manufacturer ID:MS2260
Product Type:Craftsman Kit
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The USS Syren was a 240-ton brig built by Nathaniel Hutton in Philadelphia in 1803. The Online Article link is to Micro-Mark who imports these kits into the U.S.
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photo © (Model Shipways stock photo)
Name:Utility Boat
Manufacturer:Frenchman River Model Works (click for web site)
Manufacturer ID:121
Product Type:Kit
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