In 1660, the City of Amsterdam gave a yacht like this to King Charles II of England, as part of the Dutch Gift. The King was so pleased with the gift that he decided to create special regattas for this type of vessel, coining the nautical term, "Yacht," derived from the Dutch word "Jaghtschip," meaning "hunting ship."


Features:

  • Pre-cut wooden parts

  • Brass photo-etched decks

  • Keel

  • Stacked hull construction

  • Decorated bulwarks

  • Beautiful glass bottle included

  • Length: 3-3/4 inches


Amati kit no. 1350

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Amati #1350 Dutch Yacht Ship-In-A-Bottle Kit, 1/300 Scale

Item #: 87738
$81.95

This item is backordered from our supplier. We will ship as soon as it is received. Your credit card will not be charged until shipped. Please Note: For shipments to locations outside the USA, backordered items must be placed on separate orders.

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In 1660, the City of Amsterdam gave a yacht like this to King Charles II of England, as part of the Dutch Gift. The King was so pleased with the gift that he decided to create special regattas for this type of vessel, coining the nautical term, "Yacht," derived from the Dutch word "Jaghtschip," meaning "hunting ship."


Features:

  • Pre-cut wooden parts

  • Brass photo-etched decks

  • Keel

  • Stacked hull construction

  • Decorated bulwarks

  • Beautiful glass bottle included

  • Length: 3-3/4 inches


Amati kit no. 1350