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Cutty Sark 22"L

Cutty Sark  22"L

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Price: $183.50
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Our Cutty Sark  Ship 22" model is scratched built using the "plank on frame" method and pieces of exotic wood were put together strip by strip.   It is completely hand built by skillful and creative master craftsmen; you will be amazed at how real it looks. The hull is truly beautiful, it is evenly smooth  with a shiny and silky feel on sides.

On the ship, you can easily locate stunning wooden details such as: 3 wooden booms, 1 wooden bunker, 4 front and 1 main masts with fabric sails and detailed stitching, all rigging are matching colors, 4 wooden boats, 2 wooden storage room, 2 metal rails on the front and back of the ship, 2 metal ornaments with the words "Cutty Sark" located in the back and front left of the ship, 2 metal anchors, 1 metal statue in front of the ship, and many more.

We absolutely use no plastic parts only the highest quality wood and metal. Our Cutty Sark model was built according to scale through original plans, pictures and drawings. Attached to this model is a wooden stand with a metal name plate engraved “Cutty Sark 1869”.

This Cutty Sark model is securely packed inside a secure wooden crate for shipping purposes.
 
Your Cutty Sark ship model comes to you fully-assembled and ready for display.

Dimensions: 22 x 5.5 x 17

History:

The name of the Cutty Sark tall ship comes from the short shirt worn by the flee-footed witch in the Robert Burns Poem, Tam o’Shanter. Designed by Hercules Linton in Dumbarton, Scotland, the Cutty Sark was launched in 1869. The Cutty Sark was initially designed and meant for trading tea with China. Crafted to race across the globe to sack immense profits before other European traders, the Cutty Sark was built for speed. In the memorable race between the Cutty Sark and Thermopylae in 1872, the Cutty Sark lost her rudder after passing through the Sunda Straight and arrived in London a week after their competitor.

What makes the Cutty Sark the hero of this race was that she continued the race with a makeshift rudder instead of putting into port for repairs, and in spite of that only lost by a week. Inevitably, the clipper ships lost out to the more powerful steam boats, which were more reliable, and thus returned goods more consistently. The Cutty Sark won the reputation as the fastest ship in her size when she ran 360 nautical miles in 24 hours during a run for Australian Wool trade.

The Cutty Sark is the world’s sole surviving extreme slipper, with the majority of her hull fabric surviving from her original construction in the 1860s. The Cutty Sark is preserved as a museum ship in Greenwich, which is in south-east London. Length: Hull: 212 ft 5 in (64.74 m) LOA: 280 feet (85.34 m) Beam: 36 ft (10.97 m) Depth: 21 ft (6.40 m).

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