HISTORY OF CARMEN II FISHING BOAT
Discover the ship Carmen II, wooden model of this tuna boat from the Bay of Biscay. Dedicated to tuna fishing in the warm months of the year, the rest of the time was spent catching other species or fishing in other areas following the seasonal migration of other tuna species.
The traditional method of fishing for these tuna vessels is trolling and live bait. This way of live bait is made possible by using bait small fish caught by the tuna fisherman himself with a small purse seine, keeping them alive on board in a nursery.
CONTENTS OF CARMEN II MODELING KIT
Build your model on scale 1:40 of Carmen II, tuna boat from the Bay of Biscay. Its system of construction by means of false keel and frames approaches the assembly of the model to the construction of the real ship.
The Carmen II naval modeling kit contains high precision laser cut board parts, fine woods, brass, cast iron and fabric. For the assembly you will be able to follow our complete guide step-by-step in four languages, accompanied by the full scale drawings of the finalized model.
|Minimum age||14 years|
|Difficulty. Who is it for?||Recommended for advanced modelers with some experience and skill in the painting process. you can complete your replica of this unique fishing boat.|
|Dimensions||Upon completion of the model it has 23.03” (585 mm) long, 13.97” (355 mm) high and 6.69” (170 mm) wide.|
|Scale||The scale of the model is 1/40|
|Educational value||Learn the story of one of the living legends of the history of navigation and the figure of Admiral Nelson.|
|What does the kit include?||Laser cut board pieces, wood, brass and die-cast parts.
Cotton sails, cut and sewn by hand.
Detailed assembly instructions with colors images.
Complete set of drawings in real model scale.
The base and the plate with the name of the vessel are not included in the kit.
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