St. Canute – Billing Boats

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(BB700) Length 22.05″/Height 16.54″/Width 6.1″/Scale 1:50


St. Canute (BB700) Length 22.05″/Height 16.54″/Width 6.1″/Scale 1:50.

Built in 1931, the St. Canute sailed for many years as a tugboat and icebreaker in the Odense Harbor under its original name of St. Kund.

After being owned for a number of years by the Exeter Maritime Museum in Devonshire, England, the ship today is owned by Christer Strandell, a Swedish business man, and has been re-named Stockvik.

Kit features Billing Boats ease of construction Step by Step plank-on-bulkhead technique.

Deck sheet and complete fittings are included in brass and plastic. Photo illustrated instructions, and 1:1 plan sheet are also included

We would caution that only well experienced modelers should try this. The hull should be fiberglassed first.

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