Harvey American Schooner – Artesania Latina
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Artesania Latina Model Kit “Harvey, American Schooner”
Part # AL22416
9th century ship with 8 cannons on deck
Scale: 1/60, Length: 26.77” (680mm), Height: 19.29” (490mm), Width: 9.84” (250mm).
Harvey American Schooner (Artesania Latina)
The renewed ship model kit in wood of the American schooner Harvey at 1:60 scale, manufactured since 2022, it cannot be missing in the collection of faithful ship replicas of any modeler. Our modelers friends have always asked for it to come back to our warehouses. The faithful miniature replica is aimed at hobbyists with an intermediate level of skills to build this historic scale model.
The modeler will be able to find in this new limited edition of the kit high quality parts such as precision laser cut basswood plywood, brass and diecast photo-etched sheet with decorative pieces, sails with cotton fabric – ready to be placed-, cotton threads and, as a gift so that the model is perfectly exposed, a wooden exhibition base with a name metal plate prepared for lighting LEDs (for sale separately). With fine details on the deck and 8 cannons.
A DVD for computer (Windows and Mac) is available with completely redesigned instructions: clarifying step-by-step photos. Printed instructions are not included. Remember that you can also download the instructions for free on the product sheet of this model on the Artesania Latina website.
The assembled model of the Harvey (22416) measures 26.77” (680mm) length, 19.29” (490mm) height and 9.84” (250mm) width.
HISTORY OF AMERICAN SCHOONERS
Schooners are a type of sailboat defined by their rigging. To a fast hull is added a sail that is also fast and with good ability to navigate to windward. They were popular for many purposes, such as transporting cargo or fishing, as well as being widely used by privateers. The Harvey is a new edition of this classic 19th century American schooner.
It is a reminiscent of the lines of the old coastal schooners of the 1860s in the United States that cannot be missing in your naval modeling collection.
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