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America Yacht 33"L

America Yacht  33"L

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Price: $139.95
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Our America Yacht model is scratched built plank on frame from cherry wood and clear varnished.  you will be amazed at how real it looks. The shine on the hull is truly beautiful. The America Yacht features pure wooden ornaments such as wooden stands, wooden bunkers, large masts with fabric sails and detailed stitching, all rigging are matching colors, metal
stick in the navigation area, wooden propeller, long stripe around the hull of the yacht, and much more.

This America Yacht model is completely hand built by skillful and creative master craftsmen.  We absolutely use no plastic parts, only high quality wood and metal. It was built according to scale through original plans, pictures and drawings. This beautiful model is rested on a painted wooden stand. To enhanced value and recognition, a metal plate embedded with the words "America 1851" is neatly attached to the stand. The masts are folded flat down for easy shipping purposes. 

Semi-assembly is required. This model makes an excellent gift.

Dimension 33"L x 5.5"W x 28"H


History About America

The 19th century racing yacht, America, was given its name after the first international sailing trophy that it won - the America's Cup. This schooner was designed by George Steers for Commodore John Cox Stevens and a syndicate from the Yacht Club of New York. On Aug 22, 1851, the America won by over 20 minutes in the Royal Yacht Squadron's 53 mile regatta around the Isle of Wight, capturing the "One Hundred Sovereign Cup." at the race, Queen Victoria asked an attendant who was second, and received
the famous reply: "There is no second, your Majesty."

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