HISTORY OF FRENCH DORIS SAINT MALO
Discover the wooden model of the French doris Saint Malo. This Canadian fishing boat was used on the Massachusetts and Nova Scotia schooners, but lately it was introduced in France, Spain and Portugal.
The ship type doris were transported by means of mother ships, usually schooners on whose roofs the doris traveled stacked, and were used by one or two crew on the banks of Newfoundland to fish for cod.
During the day they returned to the mother ship several times to unload their catches. Due to their strength, low cost and ease of stowage, the Doris continued to be used as working boats on sailboats and many other motor boats.
CONTENTS OF THE SAINT MALO BOAT MODELING KIT
Build your scale model 1/20 of Saint Malo, French doris from the late 19th Century. Its simple construction system and simple sail make it ideal for beginners on naval modeling.
The modeling kit contains high precision laser-cut board parts, fine woods, brass, cast iron and fabric. For the assembly you will be able to follow our complete full colour guide step-by-step in four languages ?, accompanied by the full scale drawings of the finalized model.
||14 years old.
||Once the model is completed: Length 13.58'' (345 mm) - Heigth 8.66'' (220 mm) - Width 3.54'' (90 mm)
Set of pre-cut board parts by laser.
Wood, brass and ast parts.
Cotton cut and hand sewn sails.
Detailes colour pictures instructions. Step-by-step guide.
Complete set of full scale plans of the model.