Cutty Sark (no sail)
Dimensions: L: 34.5 W: 12 H: 24.5 Inches
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This is Museum-quality, Fully Assembled edition of the famous clipper Cutty sark. The model is 100% hand built from scratch using “plank on frame” construction method. Our master craftsmen have spent more than 100 hours to finish it. Rosewood, mahogany, teak and other exotic woods are carefully selected to accent each part of the model. This replicas magnificent details include metal anchors and cannons, authentic crows nest, advanced intricate rigging, partially painted hull, painted masts, painted life boats, brass fittings with name on the bow and stern, detailed deck and many more. No plastic parts! Comes on a solid wood base, with metal nameplate.
The Cutty Sark was built in Dumbarton, Scottland, in 1869 and was engaged in the China tea trade until 1873. She then embarked upon twenty years of passages between England and Australia. After 1895 she served under the Portuguese flag for twenty-five years. She now belongs to the Thames Nautical Training College and she stands dry-docked at Greenwich in London