The Cutty Sark was built at Scott and Lintons yard, Dumbarton, Scotland in 1869 for the traffic with the far South East and Africa. She was designed to rival the Thermopylae, one of the finest clippers ever built, which she did for many years. She now resides at the National Maritime Museum,Greenwich.
The kit includes laser cut frames for keel & bulkheads, and exotic wood strip for hull planking. Also included is the wooden deck planking, masts and spars, metal and wooden fittings, cloth for the sails is not included, but copper plates for the hull are. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.
Scale 1:78, Length: 1150mm.
Skill Level 4