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Amati Venetian Polacca Wooden Tall Ship Model Kit

The Venetian Polacca is part of Amati’s Historic Model Kit Series. The kit includes precut keel, frames and decks, wooden planking, metal and wooden accessories, sails and flags, decorations and cannons, instructions and construction plans. Some prior experience building wooden model kits recommended. Length 17.7″, Height 13″, Scale 1:50. The item “Amati Venetian Polacca Wooden […]

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Amati Egyptian Ship Sahure Dynasty 150 Scale Wooden Model Boat Kit

Shipbuilders of that era did not use pegs (treenails) but relied on rope to keep their ships afloat. Keel, frames and deck were tightly tied together. Kit includes precut keel and frames; wooden and metal fittings; cloth sails. The item “Amati Egyptian Ship Sahure Dynasty 150 Scale Wooden Model Boat Kit” is in sale since […]

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Amati Greek Bireme Wooden Ship Model Kit

The Amati Greek Bireme kit includes pre-cut keel and frames, wood and metal fittings, a cloth square sail and very clear plans and instructions. Some prior experience using hand tools recommended. This is a superbly detailed and accurate model of the Greek/Athenian Bireme. This was cutting edge technology when built, being very fast and with […]

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Amati Models HMS Bounty Period Ship Kit 160 Scale Period Ship Kit 1432

This famous 230 ton sailing vessel from 1787 was most remembered for the mutany by its crew against William Bligh. Though it was originally commissioned as a merchant vessel she was later assigned to the Royal Navy for voyages of exploration. This kit is one of the most stunning in the Amati range and has […]

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Amati HMS Pegasus 32 Wooden Tall Ship Model Kit Victory Series Swan Class 1776

This HMS Pegasus is part of Amati’s Victory Model Kit. This kit is based on original plans still in existence. Plank-on-bulkhead construction uses laser cut wooden parts throughout. Original ornamentation is faithfully reproduced, and includes photo-etched brass sheets for window frames, deadeye strops, footrope stirrups, gunport scuttles, hinges and other fine detail. Brass cannon rest […]

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Amati Fifie Scottish Motor Fishing Vessel 132 Scale1300/09 Model Boat Kit

The Fifie is a type of fishing vessel developed on the east coast of Scotland. The kit has been designed specifically for any type of model maker, and as such it is a perfect kit for those who want and expect a little more. All fittings, masts and rig have been researched using contemporary sources […]

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Amati Drakkar Viking Wooden Ship Model Kit

Some prior experience using hand tools recommended. Gold gleamed on bows and silver glittered on each vessel. The fleet was magnificent and it’s captain could conquer entire worlds just showing it off. The sight of the fleet itself could terrorize the enemy. ” King Olaf Tryggvesson called his Drakkar “Ormen Lange, the Long Snake, and […]

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Amati Greek Bireme 480BC 135 (1404) Model Boat Kit

Amati Greek Bireme 480BC 1:35 (1404). Superbly detailed and accurate model of the Greek/Athenian Bireme. This was cutting edge technology when built, being very fast and with her bow ram, deadly, as the Persian fleet discovered at the Battle of Salamis. The Bireme was managed by 44 oarsmen working in two banks of oars Hence […]

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Amati Rainbow J Class Yacht 180 1700/11 Wooden Model Boat Kit

Amati Rainbow J Class Yacht (Wood Hull) 1:80 (1700/11). The Rainbow was designed by Starling Burgess, in order to defend the colours of the United States. The pilot was Mr. Vanderbilt, who expressly wanted this yacht to challenge the strong contender Endeavour. Kit features: Double planked hull with maple and Mahogany strips. Laser cut keel, […]

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Amati Egyptian Ship Sahure Dynasty 150 Scale Model Boat Kit 1403

In King Sahure’s burial temple were found reliefs showing the departure and return of a fleet and thanks to these reliefs the reconstruction of the model is possible. Sea going ships they were probablyused to transport wood and myrrh from Syria and Lebanon. Shipbuilders of that era did not use pegs (treenails) but relied on […]

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