16″ Blue Nose Canadian Schooner Sailing Vessel Boat With Cradle Requires Some Assembly

  • Sale Price: $39.95
  • Availability: Usually ships in 1-2 business days


  • Hand made - Hand Painted - Hand Packaged
  • Some Very Minor Assembly Required
  • Nice Detail for an Inexpensive Sailing Vessel
  • Not for use in water of any kind
  • Not A Toy

Product Description

Great desk item for your nautical enthusiast or great decor for any room. 16" Bluenose Canadian Schooner wooden model. Sailboat comes with detachable cradle. Some assembly is required upon receiving and a diagram is supplied to help you along, basically its is the sails, masts, rigging, pulpit. You really don't need a lot of knowledge to assemble it, my photographer knows nothing about boats and after I told her to install the pulpit (long piece of wood that fastens to the Bow (front of the boat) first she had the rest done in 10 minutes. Not for use in water of any kind. 16" measurement is obtained from measuring from the tip of the bow pulpit to the rear of the rear mast boom. Hull itself is approx. 12" with an overall height of 14" and a beam of 2 3/4" --- Any questions we will be happy to answer them before you purchase. Thanks for Stopping By! --- Bluenose was a Canadian fishing and racing Schooner from Nova Scotia built in 1921. A celebrated racing ship and hard-working fishing vessel, Bluenose under the command of Angus Walters became a provincial icon for Nova Scotia and an important Canadian symbol in the 1930s. She was later commemorated by a replica Bluenose II built in 1963; leaking and worn out, it was dismantled in 2010, and rebuilt in the same shipyard as its ancestors in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, and launched in 2013. The name "bluenose" originated as a nickname for Nova Scotians from as early as the late 18th century.

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