HISTORY OF THE BOAT BLUENOSE II: A REGATTAS AND FISHING SHIP MODEL
Discover the Bluenose II, a wooden model of this Canadian schooner. The original Bluenose boat was built to be a fishing boat and regattas in response to the defeat of Delawana schooner from New Scotland against Esperanto, Massachusetts.
After a life divided between victories in regattas and the hard work of fishing, the Bluenose found its final destiny in 1946 when embarking in a reef in Hahiti. The Bluenose II is a faithful replica of the original built in 1964 that serves as ambassador, symbol and tourist attraction of the city of Lunenburg, sailing even today.
BLUENOSE II SCHOONER WOODEN MODELING KIT
Build your 1:75 scale model of Bluenose II, fishing and regattas schooner. Its system of construction by means of false keel and frames about the assembly of your model to the construction of the real ship. Once it is built, this faithful miniature replica measures 27.16'' (690mm) length, 4.33'' (110mm) width and 22.44'' (570mm) height.
The wooden modeling kit for building the model ship of Bluenose II contains high precision laser-cut board, wood, brass, cast iron, cotton threads and sails ready to be placed. For the assembly you can follow our complete full colour guide step-by-step in seven languages on DVD format for computer (Windows and Mac). The kit does not include printed instructions.
The Bluenose II wooden model, created by Artesania Latina, is without any exaggeration the best on the market for its quality, details and by far the most complete assembly instructions.