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RATTLESNAKE 1780 AMERICAN PRIVATEER(base and pedestals are not included but may be purchased separately) RATTLESNAKE - The Revolutionary War privateer Rattlesnake was designed in 1779-80 by John Peck, a Boston naval architect. During construction, he insisted that the ship be fitted with a second row of cannon on both sides. The original Rattlesnake was built in Plymouth, Massachusetts, and in style resembled a miniature frigate, which had a separate quarter deck and forecastle. They are high quality acrylic based paints that can be thinned with water, thinner or alcohol.


Raised in 1956 and completely restored, she now rests in the Stockholm Naval Museum.Corel's Wasa kit accurately recreates every detail from the restoration plans. Late in 1781, she was captured by the British frigate Assurance (44 guns) and taken into the Royal Navy as the Commorant (14 guns). Sometime around 1784 she was renamed Rattlesnake after the British discovered they already had a ship named Commorant and soon afterwards was sold out of the British Navy.
The colors contained in each paint set are based on the colors shown in the picture of the model.


Little is known as to her disposition from here except that she may have ended up as the French ship Le Tonnant as her lines were exactly the same as Rattlesnakes'.



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