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  • All Titanic Kits Together - Mantua Model of Italy is making some modeling projects easy and affordable. Realizing that building a fine ship model takes time, they've split this larger kit into several manageable sections. Logic and construction sequence dictate how each kit is divided. 

  • Founded by Robert J. Newton in 1956, American Marine, Ltd. built custom sailboats and motor yachts on Junk Bay, Hong Kong. In 1962, Newton commissioned Kenneth Smith, a well-known marine architect to design a diesel powered cruiser along the lines of a trawler.

  • Amati's 1954 Ferrari Hydroplane is a real head turner combining beauty, speed and ease of construction. Laser cut wooden bulkheads and birch plywood decking are over planked with individual mahogany strips for a smooth finish. fins, motor cover and seats are made of strong yet flexible polystyrene

  • The steam powered tug Anteo was built in Italy before WWII. She was incorporated into the Italian Navy during the war, and is still in use today. These tugs were built in large numbers before WWII, and many are still in use in Italian ports.

  • Built in 1893 for the "Norwegian Society for Shipwreck Salvage" at the Colin Archer shipyard in Rrkkrvig near Larvik, Norway, RS-1 was later named "Colin Archer" after it's designer and builder.

  • Lobster boat racing has become a tradition on the Maine coast. Fishermen (and women) work hard, and play hard. In response to the requests from this colorful group of people, BlueJacket has developed a R/C model that appeals to all. Length 33" / Scale 1"

  • An ocean-going tug built in the 1960s, Ulises provided aid to many ships disabled on the high seas. Even though she was designed to be a working vessel, a combination of strong steel for the hull and warm wood for the deck and crew areas, made Ulises as beautiful as she was functional.

  • These passenger boats were first made before World War II and produced until the mid 1960's. This brand new and uniquely different model from Mantua Panart is outstanding.

  • This is the ship which gave its name to the movie starring Katherine Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart. The story takes place during World War I. the African Queen attacks the German warship "Konigin Luise" on lake Victoria in Africa, after a long and dangerous trip down the tributaries to the lake.

  • Built in 1931, the St. Canute sailed for many years as a tugboat and icebreaker in the Odense Harbor under its original name of St. Kund.

  • The Cux 87 is a typical German trawler from the Deutsche Krabbenkutter Werft. this type of boat is often seen in the small harbors along the North German Coast.Hull is plank on bulkhead using the half hull method.

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