Provides realisitic scale operation and over 45 minutes of run time! Powers boats with hull lengths less than 48 inches.
A typical rowing Dinghy, inspired by the Amesbury Style Skiff, and built in the same manner as the full-size boat.
A small sloop that could be worked by two men, used along the Maine Coast from the 1860s to the turn of the century for catching lobsters.
The cottager's canoe...ideal for general-purpose paddling and light tripping.
Based upon a boat built in the Boothbay Harbor region of Maine; typical of lobster boats in use today.
Contains the most useful tools available for completing the rigging and sail installation on your model sailboat.
The Sakonnet Daysailer was originally designed in 1937 for the Sakonnet Yacht Club in Little Compton, Rhode Island.
This design came from the prestigious office of John G. Alden Naval Architects, Inc., a modification of the 1939 design.
A pre-assembled larger bore live steam engine featuring a vertical single acting, oscillating single cylinder engine and pre-soldered...
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