Artesania Latina Le Renard Ship Kit, 1/50 Scale
Enjoy building this wooden model of this French boat of the category cutter: Le Renard!
It is a legendary corsairs ship, which even still sailing the seas today. In addition to all the parts that the model needs (sails, threads, metal parts...), it includes a complete set of colour instructions and a stand for supporting the model with a metal plate to guide you on the model assembly.
Le Renard 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 othe complete full colour instructions step-by-step in seven languages. All the explanations referring to hoisting and rigging are included in greater format for a simple and pleasant assembly. Complete your replica of this beautiful boat under exclusive license of Artesanía Latina. A jewel that should beautify your home or your office.
Discover Le Renard, a wooden model of the cutter launched in Saint Malo in 1812 by the famous corsair Robert Surcouf with the main objective of attacking and catching enemy ships of commerce of France. His actions and his legacy towards the city of Saint Malo make the Renard a symbol of the strong French naval identity. Le Renard was the last ship armed by the famous Robert Surcouf. In September 1813 he accomplished his greatest feat by beating the English schooner HMS Alphea in battle, making the city of Saint Malo a refuge for the families of the greatest corsairs in the world. In 1991, a replica of the original Renard was launched, which still continues with pride on the waters to the delight of its visitors.
CONTENT KIT OF LE RENARD MODEL:
Build your 1/50 scale model of Le Renard, a corsair ship from the 19th Century. This cutter is a fundamental piece for naval modeling. Its system of assembly by means of false keel and frames about its construction to the one of the real ship.
See Parts List and Diagram for assembly details.
Customer Reviews of This Item
Beware of the Fox!!!
by GERARD -
Nice kit wit a detailed documentation, but!!!!!
<br> The hull is not an easy one! A minimum of experience in wooden boat modeling is strongly advised.