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Bluenose II Schooner Billing Boats Wooden Ship Kit B600

The schooner Bluenose has a very special place in the history of navigation and yachting. She was built in Nova Scotia in l929, and shipwrecked near Haiti in 1946. A true copy – Blueneose II – was launched in l964. All of the 600 Series Model Boat Kits (item numbers 600-609) include an easier way […]

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Vintage Billing Boats Ship Model Mercantic Denmark VHT Complete

Includes the fittings kit as shown in the photos. It had been safely stored away. Box is in decent shape, some of the small tabs fell off and were placed inside the box, but overall the main box is intact. It was only opened several times, one being to take these photographs. The item “Vintage […]

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Classic, brand-new model ship kit by Billing Boats the St. Roch

Roch was built at the Burrard Dry Dock in North Vancouver in 1928, intended for sailing in Arctic waters. In the summer of 1944 the St. This kit includes a laser-cut wooden hull and wooden strips, fittings set, rigging thread, plans and a manual. All of the 600 Series Model Boat Kits (item numbers 600-609) […]

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Genuine, brand new wooden model ship kit by Billing Boats the HMS Bounty

This merchant vessel launched in 1787. The mutiny of the Bounty is perhaps the most well-known of all mutinies at sea. Together with loyal crew members, Captain Bligh was set to sea in an open boat about 30 miles from Tofua. This kit features a plank-on-frame construction, laser cut plywood keel and frame components, sailcloth, […]

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Beautiful, brand new wooden model ship kit by Billing Boats the Colin Archer

The RS1 was built in 1893 for the Norwegian Society for Shipwreck Salvage at the Colin Archer shipyard in Rekkevig, Norway. The RS1 was later named Colin Archer, after its designer and builder. The sharp-sterned design of the vessel has given it world-wide recognition as a sturdy and reliable rescue vessel. Roughly 30 boats of […]

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Genuine, finely crafted wooden model ship kit by Billing Boats the Renown

The renown was a 50-foot steam pinnace from around the middle of the 19th century. These boats had a small forecastle, room for the crew, a boiler room, and a cabin. Above the crews’ quarters was a conical steel base with a permanent universal ring, on which a 3lb. Quick-firing cannon or maxim machine gun […]

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VINTAGE BILLING BOAT NORSKE LOVE #437 WOODEN SHIP MODEL KIT With FITTINGS #438

COMES PARTIALLY ASSEMBLED AS PICTURED, INCLUDING HARDWARE, INSTRUCTIONS, PATTERN, DECALS AND TOOLS. EVERYTHING SEEMS TO THERE BUT NOT 100% SURE, PLEASE SEE PHOTOS. THERE IS DAMAGE TO THE BOX AND HAS TAPE AND TAPE MARKINGS ON BOTH BOXES, ALSO HAS SOME DISCOLORATION AND/OR MARKS ON THE CLOTH PATTERN, I DO NOT KNOW IF IT WILL […]

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Brand-new, intricate model ship kit by Billing Boats the Elbjorn Icebreaker

It was built by Frederikshavn Shipyard & Flydedok. The keel was laid on April 16, 1952, and launched in 1953. In the period 1954 – 1996 M/S Elbjørn was an active part of the Danish icebreaker service. It’s career as icebreaker ended abruptly on February 12th, 1996, when a DC dynamo exploded. Elbjørn proceeded to […]

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Classic, Detailed Wooden Model Ship Kit by Billing Boats Smit Nederland

The Smit Nederland was built in 1979 at the BV Scheepswerft & Machinefebriek “De Merwede” in Hardinzveld, Holland. Length 28.40 m, breadth 8,85 m, draught 3.85 m. The vessel is driven by two “Stork Werkspoor” diesel engines, whose 1000 rpm yield 1800 HP. Top speed is 12 knots; the acting radius is 2,250 miles. The […]

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Beautiful, brand new wooden model ship kit by Billing Boats the RMS Titanic

The RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on 15 April 1912 after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton, UK to New York City, US. The sinking of Titanic resulted in the deaths of more than 1,500 people, and was one of the deadliest […]

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