In the 17th century, by the King of Sweden to be his countrys finest warship. The Wasa sunk 20 minutes after her launch in 1628. She was raised on April 24 1961 after 333 years on the sea bottom and completely restored, she now rest in the Stockholm Naval Museum. In this edition, we are able to identify the production date of a model, the material that was used on the model, the craftsmen who worked on each area of the model, the individual who inspected the model and also the professional packaging staff.
Quality is our number 1 priority, thus all steps are thoroughly supervised from the beginning to the end of making each model. Smaller Swedish Wasa & Other Wooden Model Tall Ships Are Available. 100% hand built from scratch using plank on bulkhead construction method. Size: 38" overall length x 33" height x 11 width. Undreds of hours where required to finish this model sailboat.
Completed model contains thousands of details created by skillful master craftsmen. Made of finest wood like Rosewood, Mahogany, Teak and other exotic tropical wood. Chrome and brass fittings and ornaments constitute the excellence of this model. Extensive research through original plans and pictures make this model authentic. This model went through a demanding quality control process before leaving the workshop.After that the item will be re listed. Models are securely packed with foam sheets, peanuts or bubble wraps. All tall ships expert level are fully assembled and packed in an extremely secure wooden crate which is boxed and sometimes double box.
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The item "Vasa 1628 Wasa Swedish Wooden Tall Ship Model 38 Sailboat Built Boat New" is in sale since Thursday, October 27, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Transportation\Boats & Ships\Sail-Powered".
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