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Billing Boats have a wide selection of kits to support building experience from novice to expert. Known well for their high-quality laser cut wooden parts as well as their highly detailed models.

Zwart Zee
Scale model of a Dutch ocean-going tug, Plastic hull.

The Zwarte Zee was built in 1963 at J. & K. Smit's Scheepswerven N.V. in Kinderdijk, Holland. Length 77.50 m, breadth 12.35 m, draught 6.90 m and gross tonnage of 1,539 tons. Driven by two Smit-M.A.N. turbo diesel engines yielding 9,000 HP. These machines drive a single propeller shaft through Vulcan fluid clutches and reduction gears. When a fast maneuver is necessary, one of the engines can drive forward and the other reverse with a speed of 18 knots.

This kit contains English translation instructions, all measurements in the booklet are in Metric

Paints used on this model boat kit are: BB#1, BB#5, BB#9, BB#10, BB#11, BB#12, BB#13, BB#14, BB#15, BB#16, BB#17, BB#18, BB#32, + BB#40 thinner.

Specifications:
Scale 1:90
Height: 14.57"
Length: 35.43"
Width: 6.10"
$379.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL592
St. Canute Tug / Ice Breaker
Scale model of a tug ice breaker. Wooden hull

Built in 1931 at the Fredderikshavn Shipyard in Denmark. St. Canute sailed for many years as a tugboat and icebreaker in the Odense harbor under its original name St. Knud. St. Canute is 28 Meters long, 7.6M broad. Today owned by Swedish interests, whose intention it is to restore the ship for future towing of coal barges between Stocka in Halsingland and Stockholm. The vessel is today known as the Stockvik. Kit includes laser cut wooden hull and wooden strips, stern tube and shaft, rudder, fittings set, plan and manual.

Specifications:
Scale 1:50
Length 22"
Width 6"
Height 16.5"
$235.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL700
Royal Navy Waveny Class Lifeboat
10 boats of this type- 44-foot vessels- were sent to England from the US. After minor reconstruction work to make the boats more suitable for English conditions, the vessels have since served various locations along the English coast, operated under the auspices of the Royal Naval Lifeboat Institution. Kit includes plastic hull, stern tube with shaft, rudder, fittings kit, plan and manual. This kit comes with English instructions, all measurements inside the booklet are in Metric.

Plastic hull

Specifications:
Scale: 1:40
Height: 9.3"
Length: 14.3"
Width: 4.2"


Paint used on this model boat kit are: BB#1, BB#4, BB#12, BB#14, BB#15, BB#18, BB#35 + BB#40 thinner
$69.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL101
RMS Titanic
Model Boat & Fittings is a scale model of the famous ocean liner RMS Titanic. RMS Titanic was a British passenger liner that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean on 15 April 1912 after colliding with an iceberg during her maiden voyage from Southampton, UK to New York City, US. The sinking of Titanic caused the deaths of more than 1,500 people in one of the deadliest peacetime maritime disasters in modern history. The RMS Titanic was the largest ship afloat at the time it entered service. Titanic was the second of three Olympic class ocean liners operated by the White Star Line, and was built by the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast with Thomas Andrews as her naval architect. Andrews was among those lost during the sinking. On her maiden voyage, she carried 2,224 passengers and crew

Kit Contents: Plan with detailed building instructions German, English, French, Danish, Italian and Dutch, laser cut wood hull, decks from wood, plastic, brass (including photo etched), aluminium and wooden parts to finish the model, stern tubes with shafts and propellers. All non-RC fittings included (e.g. position lights, anchors, life-belt, etc.)

Specifications:
Length: 74" (1880mm)
Width: 7 7/8" (200mm)
Height: 19 11/16" (500mm)
Scale: 1:144
$1,390.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL510
Monterey Fishing Boat
Billing Boats Monterey Fishing Cutter - Model Boat & Fittings is a scale model fishing boat. Even though this boat is known as a “Monterey,” the design of this craft originated in San Francisco Bay, California, (90 miles from Monterey). This boat was built at Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco and was given the nickname “Monterey”. The immigrant Italian or Sicilian craftsman in San Francisco Bay, patterned the “Monterey” after the Mediterranean Lateen Felucca, with modifications to accept a gas engine, so this is a true California, USA creation!

Kit Contents: Plan with detailed building instructions German, English, French, Danish, Italian and Dutch, planked wood hull, decks from wood, plastic and wooden parts to finish the model, stern tube with shaft and propeller.All fittings included.

Specifications:
Scale: 1:20
Length: 19.3"
Height: 5.7"
Width: 4.9"
$194.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL1022
Mayflower
Scale wooden model ship kit of an English three-masted galleon. 1:60 scale Wooden hull 20.47H 25.59L 5.31W (experienced) .

A three-masted galleon launched in 1615. Length 19.50 m, breadth 7.95 m, draught 3.35 m and a displacement of 180 tons. The earliest information about the Mayflower dates from 6th September 1620. After a number of difficulties, the vessel sailed from Plymouth in England with 102 men, women and children on board and a crew of about 30 men. After 67 days at sea, the Mayflower cast anchor at the port later to be called Provincetown – almost 200 miles further north than planned.This voyage has become an iconic story in some of the earliest annals of American history, with its story of death and of survival in the harsh New England winter environment. The culmination of the voyage in the signing of the Mayflower Compact was an event which established a rudimentary form of democracy, with each member contributing to the welfare of the community. The Mayflower II was built in 1957 in Brixham, Devon and sailed to the USA, where it is now permanently anchored as a gift to the American nation. Included in the kit is a laser cut wooden hull and wooden strips, fittings set, sails, rigging thread, plans and manual.

Specifications:
Length: 20 1/2" (520mm)
Beam: 5 5/16" (135mm)
Height: 20 1/2" (520mm)
Scale: 1:60
$285.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL820
Kadet
The Kadet is the perfect kit for navigation buffs who actually want to sail the model ships. This model is specifically designed for remote control operation – sturdy, well-balanced models every bit as authentic as the rest of the Billing boat range. One major difference is the vacuum formed Plastic hull, which makes for a less time-consuming construction, so that you can devote more time to installing the mechanical and electronic parts.

ABS hull, wooden superstructure, hull and deck fittings in wood, brass and/or plastic, rigging cord, Prop shaft, rudder and propeller. Includes Full size plan sheets and an instruction manual with English text.

Specifications:
Height: 9 13/16" (250mm)
Length: 21 1/4" (540mm)
Width: 6 5/16" (160mm)
Scale 1:15
$109.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL566
Hoga Harbor Tug
Hoga was a United States Navy Woban-class district harbor tug named after the Sioux Indian word for "fish." After World War II, the tug was known as Port of Oakland and then City of Oakland when she was a fireboat in that city.Authorized on 18 June 1940, she was built by the Consolidated Shipbuilding Corporation in Morris Heights, New York. Her keel was laid on 25 July 1940. Launched on 31 December 1940, she was christened Hoga(YT-146). Placed in service at Norfolk, Virginia on 22 May 1941, Hoga was assigned to the 14th Naval District at Pearl Harbor. She made the trip there by way of the Panama Canal, San Diego, and San Pedro.[3] At Pearl Harbor, she was berthed at the Yard Craft Dock and worked moving cargo lighters and assisting ships in and out of berths. Like other YTs, she carried firefighting equipment.

After only six months in service, the HOGA was put to a far greater test than had been expected, when Pearl Harbor was attacked on 7 December 1941. The HOGA fought without break for 48 hours, extinguishing fires, tugging bombed warships and rescuing seamen. Today the HOGA is the only vessel still in existence from the time of the Japanese attack.

Kit Contents:Plan with detailed building instructions German, English, French, Danish, Italian and Dutch, laser cut wood hull, decks from wood, plastic and wooden parts to finish the model, stern tubes with shafts and propellers. All fittings included (e.g. position lights, anchors, life-belt, etc.)

Specifications:
Scale: 1:50
Length: 24.4"
Height: 12.2"
Width: 6.1"
$259.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL1008
Elbj⌀rn Ice Breaker
In the period 1954 - 1996 M/S Elbjørn was an active part of the Danish icebreaker service. The career as icebreaker ended abruptly on February 12th, 1996, when a DC dynamo exploded. Elbjørn could proceed to port under its own power, but it was clear that its icebreaker days were over. Today, Elbjørn at Aalborg’s waterfront, where the ship operates as a restaurant and museum ship.

Kit Contents:
Plan with building instructions German, English, Danish. Hull is of single plank-on-bulkhead construction. Fittings are of wood, brass and plastic. This kit is designed for RC operation, but can be built as a display model.

Specifications:
Scale: 1:75
Length: 27.2"
Height: 14.1"
Width: 6.3"
This is a kit for an Experienced builder.
$279.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL536
CUX87 Krabbenkutter
Scale wooden model of a typical shrimping cutter.

The Cux 87 is a typical German trawler from the Deutsche Krabbenkutter Werft. This type of boat is often seen in the small harbors along the North German coast. Built in 1952 in Cuxhafen, Germany. Tonnage 49.97 gross register tonnage. Length overall 18.35m. Beam 5.35m. Length of mast 9.9m. Motor 2-cylinder diesel 200 HP. Engine speed 10-12 knots.

This kit contains English translation instructions, all measurements in the booklet are in Metric.

Paints used on this model boat kit are: BB#1, BB#3, BB#4, BB#5, BB#10, BB#11, BB#12, BB#14, BB#17, + BB#40 thinner/cleaner.

Specifications:
Length: 21 5/8" (550mm)
Beam: 6 5/16" (160mm)
Height: 16 15/16" (430mm)
Scale: 1:33
$235.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL474
U.S. Coast Guard 14"
This 44-foot Coast Guard is a very seaworthy lifeboat, designed to carry out search and rescue assignments in poor weather and water conditions. With a skilled and experienced crew, this vessel can carry out the most demanding of rescue operations. The vessel is self stabilizing. Built in 1961 at the Coast Guard shipyard in Curtis Bay, Maryland, USA.

Scale: 1:40
Length: 14-5/16" (36.3cm)
Beam: 4-3/16" (10.7cm)

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$69.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL100
Dana 15"
The Dana is a typical fishing cutter from North Zealand in Denmark. Around the turn of the century, many boats of this type sailed in along the Danish coast. During the 1920's many of the cutters were fitted with engines, which enabled an even quicker landing of the catch.

Kit includes plastic hull, fittings set, laser cut wooden strips, sails, rigging thread, plan and manual.

Plastic hull.

Length: 15-3/8" (39cm)
Height: 13-3/8" (34cm)
Beam: 3-5/16" (10cm)
Scale: 1:60

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$79.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL200
Rainbow 11"
This shrimp cutter is a typical cutter from the 1960's used for catching shrimp off the German, Dutch and Danish coasts. The equipment on board includes the necessary shrimp sieves and cookers for immediate preparation of the catch.

Height: 9-7/16" (24cm)
Length: 11" (28cm)
Beam: 3-9/16" (9cm)
Scale: 1:60

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$74.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL201
Nordkap 32"
A typical trawler from the North Sea, built in 1970 at an English shipyard.
The model kit is based on the original ship drawings.

Details on the actual vessel:
Tonnage: 185 gross register tonnage
Length overall: 40.0 m - Beam: 9.30 m
Motor: 1000 HP diesel
Engine speed: 12-14 knots
Crew: 7-8 men
Fishing tackle: Drag net (trawl)
Fishing area: Around Iceland and Greenland
Haul: Herrings, cod and trash fish.

The model:
Length: 32" (81cm)
Beam: 7-1/2" (19cm)
Scale: 1:50

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$379.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL476
This item is currently out of stock!
Andrea Gail
Wooden Model Ship kit Billing Boats Andrea Gail

The Andrea Gail, a commercial fishing vessel, departed Gloucester Harbor, Mass on September 20, 1991 with six crew members on board. The crew intended to make a fishing trip for swordfish in the area of the Grand Banks off Newfoundland, Canada. The vessel began it's return on October 6-7, 1991. On October 30th the vessel was reported overdue by its owner Mr. Robert Brown. An intensive air and sea search was conducted utilizing U.S. and Canadian Cape Cod MA. However, the search did not locate the vessel or any of its crew members. The vessel and crew members remain missing and are presumed lost at sea in a major storm, referred to as the "perfect storm" by a meteorologist and made famous by Sebastian Junger's book (later made into a movie). The crew members were Captain William "Billy" Tyne, Robert "Bobby" Shatford, Dale Murphy, Michael "Bugsy" Moran, David "Sully" Sullivan and Alfred Pierre.

Kit includes laser cut wooden hull and wooden strips, fittings set, rigging thread, plan and manual. Suitable for RC.

Specifications:
Length: 28 3/8" (720mm)
Width: 4 3/4" (120mm)
Height: 21 5/8" (550mm)
Scale: 1:30

Images:
$329.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL726
Andrea Gail - Beginner Version
The Andrea Gail, an un-inspected commercial fishing vessel departed Gloucester Harbour, Massachusetts, September 20, 1991 with six crew members on board. The crew intended to make a fishing trip for swordfish in the area of the Grand Banks of Newfoundland, Canada. The vessel began its return voyage to Gloucester, MA. on October 26-27, 1991. On October 30, 1991, the vessel was reported overdue by the owner, Mr. Robert Brown. An extensive air and sea search was conducted utilizing U.S. and Canadian Cape Cod MA. However, the search did not locate the vessel or any of the crew members. The vessel and six crew embers remain missing and are presumed lost at sea in a major storm, referred to as the "Perfect Storm" by a meteorologist and made famous by Sebastian Junger's book (the book was later turned into a Hollywood movie). The sword fishermen were Captain William "Billy" Tyne, Robert "Bobby" Shatford of Gloucester, Dale Murphy and Michael "Bugsy" Moran of Bradenton Beach FL., David "Sully" Sullivan and Alfred Pierre of New York City.

Height: 10-13/16" (27.5cm)
Length: 14-13/16" (36cm)
Beam: 4-1/8" (10.5cm)
Scale: 1:60

All of the 600 Series Model Boat Kits (item numbers 600-609) include an easier way of building the hull. The hull is assembled in halves, on a table. This allows for easier assembly and is quite useful in learning plank-on-frame or plank-on-bulkhead construction! Once each half is done you join the two for a completed hull. Make sure you work each half in opposite directions so that when joined they marry up evenly!

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Recommended paints: BB01, BB03, BB04, BB06, BB09, BB11, BB14, BB17, BB33, BB40 thinner/cleaner. (These are no longer offered by Harbor Models and are here just for color reference.)
$149.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL608
This item is currently out of stock!
Calypso 37"
The Calypso was built in the USA in 1942 as a minesweeper. She was bought in 1950 by Jacques-Yves Cousteau, and after extensive changes and modifications has become a fully equipped ocean research vessel, complete with observation chamber in the stern, oval diving bell, Galaezzi diving chamber, inflatable boat for shallow waters, helicopter and much other submarine equipment.

Length: 37" (940mm)
Beam: 6 11/16" (170mm)
Scale: 1:45

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$585.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL560
Mary Ann
The Mary Ann is the first model produced by Billing Boats in 1958. It has been modified 4 times during the years and changed names 3 times. The ship is a typical 45-ton cutter commonly seen in the harbor at Esbjerg, Denmark; often more than 600 cutters of this type can be seen at a time. The model kit is based on the original ship drawings.

Scale: 1:33
Height: 16-15/16" (43cm)
Length: 21-5/8" (55cm)
Beam: 6-5/16" (16cm)

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$215.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL472
Smit Rotterdam Kit
Smit Rotterdam was built in 1975 for Smit International BV in Holland, and was at the time of its completion the largest and most powerful tugboat in the world- with a tonnage of 2273 tons, a 22,000HP engine, and a top speed of 16.5 knots. The ship is built with bulb stern and stern nozzle, inboard equipment includes the most modern gear for navigation, steering and radio communication.

Kit includes laser cut wooden hull and wooden strips, stern tube with shaft, rudder, kort nozzle, fittings set, plan and manual. Scale model of a Dutch ocean-going tug.


Wooden hull.
Height: 19-11/16" (50cm)
Length: 35-7/16" (90cm)
Beam: 7-7/8" (20cm)
Scale: 1:75

Paints used on this model boat kit are:
BB#1, BB#2, BB#5, BB#8, BB#9, BB#11, BB#12, BB#13, BB#14, BB#17, BB#18, + BB#40 thinner/cleaners. (These are no longer offered by Harbor Models and are here just for color reference.)

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$499.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL478
Fairmount Alpine
The History
In order to meet the highest quality standards imposed by its world-wide clientele Fairmount Marine ordered no less than five new 205 tons bollard pull long distance towing vessels with anchor handling capacities from the Niigata Shipyard in Japan. Of this series, in May 2005 the 205 tons bollard pull FAIRMOUNT SHERPA was delivered and added to the fleet, in October 2005 sister vessel FAIRMOUNT SUMMIT and in May 2006 sister vessel FAIRMOUNT ALPINE, the largest and most powerful tugs ever built for Dutch interests, followed. In July 2006 FAIRMOUNT GLACIER was delivered to Fairmount Marine. The fifth super tug in the series, FAIRMOUNT EXPEDITION, has been delivered in May 2007.

The Fairmount’s main activities are long distance ocean towage and salvage, with its fleet of five tugs of 200 tons bollard pull, the transportation of heavy lifts by semi-submersible barges and the worldwide activities of Fukada Salvage with its modern fleet of offshore support vessels and floating cranes. Fairmount operates a fleet of ultra strong long distance towing vessels, semi-submersible barges including the world's largest unit the 50,000 dwt GAVEA LIFTER and multipurpose offshore support vessels.

The Kit
The Dutch "SuperTug", #506 Fairmount Alpine kit can be static or converted to R/C use. It has a wooden hull that is made using wooden planks on laser-cut plywood bulkheads. Designed using the most advanced methods, all laser cut wood, and complete with all fittings. This model boat kit is visually stunning when completed with vibrant colours and exquisite detail. The kit comes supplied with the following fittings: Lifeboats, stanchions, life rings, pulleys, lifeboat canisters, lights, ladders, vents, brass railing, prop shafts, stuffing boxes, props, kort nozzles, decals and instructions and more!

Please note that although the laser wood cutting is incredibly accurate and close, there are LOTS of laser-cut wooded parts, including some quite small. The average build time we have with this model is in excess of 400 hours.

Length: 39.4"
Beam: 9.5"
Height: 17.7"
Scale: 1:75

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Paints used on this model boat kit are: BB#1, BB#4, BB#5, BB#6, BB#10, BB#11, BB#12, BB#15, BB#35, BB#36, + BB#40 thinner. Please note some colors will need to be mixed together to get the proper shade for the ship. (These are no longer offered by Harbor Models and are here just for color reference.)
$510.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL506
Banckert Harbor Tug
This vessel was built in 1965 at the N.V. Scheepswerven in Millingen, Holland, and called "Maasbank". In September 1977 it was renamed "Banckert". The Maasbank served for 12 years in the Western part of Holland. Length 32.75 m, breadth 7,85 m, draught 3,40 m. The engine yields 1800 HP.

The kit includes all laser cut superstructure and cabin parts along with an ABS Plastic Hull. The kit also includes all parts and accessories found in the image.

Height: 16-9/16" (42cm)
Length: 25-9/16" (65cm)
Beam: 6-5/16" (16cm)
Scale: 1:50

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$259.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL516
Smit Nederland
The Smit Nederland was built in 1979 at the BV Scheepswerft & Machinefebriek "De Merwede" in Hardinzveld, Holland. Length 93', beam 29', draught 12 1/2'. The vessel is driven by two "Stork Werkspoor" diesel engines, whose 1000 rpm yield 1800 HP. Top speed is 12 knots; the acting radius is 2,250 miles. A special detail of this ship is the propellors, which are equipped with reversible blades in jet streams, and two basin rudders which ensure good maneuverability.

This is a brand new, model ship kit with an ABS hull. All wooden parts are laser cut for easy assembly. Lots of fittings in pre-finished wood, cast metal, brass and plastic. Comes with detailed plans and instructions. This model can be made into a remote control model by an advanced modeler.
No RC equipment included.

Scale 1:75
Length 34.25"
Height 20.4"
Width 10.6"

$599.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL528
Cutty Sark
A tea clipper launched in 1869. Length 85.34 m, breadth 10,97 m, draught 6,4 m and displacement of 2,133 tons. The most famous of all tea clippers, the Cutty Sark is today preserved for posterity at a dry dock in Greenwich. Built to transport tea from China, she was designed by Hercules Linton, whose ambition it was to outstrip the Thermopylae, the fastest ship of the times.

Height: 26-3/8" (67cm)
Length: 43-5/16" (110cm)
Beam: 5-15/16" (15cm)
Scale: 1:75

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$489.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL564
White Star
A model of a typical American motor boat, used for tuna fishing in Florida in particular. A motor boat model with plastic hull, especially designed for model builders interested in an RC model.

The Billing Boats kit of the White Star features: ABS hull and deck, wooden superstructure, hull and deck fittings in wood, brass and/or plastic, ramin masts, rigging cord in various sizes, Propshaft, rudder and propeller. Includes Full size plan sheets and an instruction manual with English Text.

Height: 11-13/16" (30cm)
Length: 21-1/4" (54cm)
Beam: 6-5/16" (16cm)
Scale: 1:15

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$175.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL570
Bluenose
The schooner Bluenose has a very special place in the history of navigation and yachting. Built to fish off the Newfoundland coast, the ship soon turned out to be such a fast sailer that she won all the great classical regattas along the USA's Eastern coast. She was built in Nova Scotia in 1921, and shipwrecked near Haiti in 1946. A true copy - Bluneose II - was launched in 1964.

All Billings Boats kits have been upgraded to include fittings sets. NO need to purchase a separate fittings set any longer!

Height: 26-3/8" (67cm)
Length: 29-15/16" (76cm)
Beam: 5-1/2" (14cm)
Scale: 1:65

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$219.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL576
African Queen
This is the ship which gave its name to the movie starring Katherine Hepburn and Humphrey Bogart. The story takes place during World War I. The African Queen attacks the German warship "Konigin Luise" on Lake Victoria in Africa, after a long and dangerous trip down the tributaries to the lake. The Billing Boats model has a plastic hull and imitation steam engine.

Height: 16-15/16" (43cm)
Length: 29-1/8" (74cm)
Beam: 8-1/4" (21cm)
Scale: 1:12

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$259.00
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL588
Colin Archer - Beginner
RS1 was built in 1893 for the Norwegian Society for Shipwreck Salvage at the Colin Archer shipyard in Rekkevig near Larvik, Norway. RS1 was later named Colin Archer after its designer and builder. The sharp sterned design of the vessel has given it world wide renown. Roughly 30 boats of this typewere built, most of them at the Colin Archer shipyard at Tollerodden in Larvik. Kit includes laser cut wooden hull and wooden strips, fittings set, sails, rigging thread, plan and manual. Scale model of a rescue ship.

All of the 600 Series Model Boat Kits (item numbers 600-609) include an easier way of building the hull. The hull is assembled in halves, on a table. This allows for easier assembly and is quite useful in learning plank-on-frame or plank-on-bulkhead construction! Once each half is done you join the two for a completed hull. Make sure you work each half in opposite directions so that when joined they marry up evenly!

Wooden hull.
Length: 18-11/16" (47.5cm)
Height: 19-11/16" (50cm)
Beam: 4-15/16" (12.5cm)
Scale 1:40

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Recommended Paints: BB01, BB05, BB11, BB14, BB15, BB16, BB17, BB20, BB35, BB36, BB40 thinner/cleaner. (These are no longer offered by Harbor Models and are here just for color reference.)
$139.95
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
BL606
This item is currently out of stock!