A LITTLE HISTORY OF THE GALLEONS: SAN FRANCISCO
Build this incredible section of the Spanish galleon model from the XVI Century, San Francisco II. Galleons were the most powerful ships of the time and backbone of Spanish maritime power during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.
The galleons appeared towards the middle of the XVI Century, thus forming the main nucleus of the Spanish Armada. For almost one hundred and fifty years, the boats were par excellence thanks to their combination of great transport capacity and their firepower, which made them ideal for the long oceanic voyages between Spain and the Indies.
SAN FRANCISCO GALLEON SECTION MODEL KIT CONTENTS
Build your 1:50 scale model ship of San Francisco II section, the model of the Spanish galleon from the XVI Century. Its construction system using false keel and frames about the assembly of the miniature to the construction of the real Spanish ship. Once it is built, the galleon section measures 4.72'' (120mm) length, 26.14'' (664mm) height and 12.28'' (312mm width).
San Francisco model kit contents are wooden parts of high precision laser-cut board, hardwoods, brass, cast iron and a little exhibition base with a metal plate. For the assembly you will be able to follow our complete full colour guide step-by-step in seven languages on DVD -PC and Mac-. The kit does not include printed instructions. You can also download the digital instructions for free on the button of this product sheet called 'Instructions and Downloadable Contents'.
This section will allow you to examine in depth the construction and structure of the galleon, as well as the detail of its three decks.