Bluenose Model Yacht

Bluenose was a Canadian fishing and racing schooner. Here she is precision-modelled in the style of Victorian pond yacht
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Bluenose was a Canadian fishing and racing schooner from Nova Scotia, built in 1921. She became a provincial icon for Nova Scotia as well as an important Canadian symbol in the 1930s. The name 'bluenose' originated as a nickname for Nova Scotians from as early as the 18th century. Painted in a high gloss finish. Precision-modelled in the style of Victorian pond yachts, this display yacht is nothing short of magnificent. It has a hollow hull, constructed entirely of wood, whilst on deck there are delightful details such as adjustable rigging blocks, sewn cotton sails, raised gunwales and brass fittings.

  • Hollow hull construction
  • Sewn cotton sails
  • Sails and mast come folded
  • Simple self assembly
  • Length 80 cm. Height 66cm

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  • 4
    some parts were difficult to place eg the top sails

    Posted by carolyn richardson on 26th Aug 2020

    so enjoyed building bluenose, the rigging was a bit difficult as l had to work out their positions, but the diagram helped me a first effort and she now has pride of place on my bookcase.,thankyou for my lovely you have any others like bluenose, not the victory.

  • 4

    Posted by carolyn richardson on 25th Aug 2020

    so thrilled with my effort of assembling this lovely schooner and found her on the net in the 1920s.pride of place for all to see.thankyou so much,dont race sailboats shall enjoy her company wishes, carolyn richardson

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