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Knowledgable Live Customer ServiceOur customer service team consists of real people right here in Southern California awaiting to assist you. In December 1758, the commissioner of Chatham Dockyard was instructed to prepare a dry dock for the construction of a new 106-gun first-rate ship. The outline plans arrived in June 1759 and were based on HMS Royal George which had been launched at Woolwich Dockyard in 1756.
Construction used around 6,000 trees, 90% of which were oak and the remainder elm, pine and fir.
After Trafalgar Victory took Nelson's body to England where, after lying in state at Greenwich, he was buried in St. Victory bore many Admirals' flags after Trafalgar, and sailed on numerous expeditions, including two Baltic campaigns under Admiral Sir James Saumarez. If you'd like to see your shipping cost, add the item to your "Shopping Barge" and then use our Shipping Rates Calculator on the next page.
Generations of Atlantic Canadians have grown up with stories of the Original Bluenose Nova Scotia, her Captain Angus Walters and Bluenose II.
The vessel became the world's most famous Nova Scotian fishing schooner racing victorious - and undefeated - into history and legends.
A glorious reign as Queen of the North Atlantic began with her launching from Lunenburg's Smith and Rhuland boatyard on March 26, 1921.
In 1963, Bluenose II was launched from the same shipyard, built by many of the men who had worked on the Original Bluenose. In 1971, the Oland family of Halifax sold Bluenose II to the government of Nova Scotia for $1. In 1995, Original Bluenose and her captain, Angus Walters, were inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame.

Nova Scotia's Bluenose II and the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic is proudly operated by the Lunenburg Marine Museum Society.
The VICTORY's fame was due to the fact that as dawn near on October 21, 1805, under the British flagship, she took part in the momentous battle of Trafalgar, Spain and completely defeated the Franco-Spanish fleet with her powerful canons that can fire half a ton of iron shot more than a mile.
This was an unusual occurrence at the time; during the whole of the 18th century only ten were constructed, the Royal Navy preferred smaller and more maneuverable ships and it was unusual for more than two to be in commission simultaneously. The Naval Architect to design the ship was Sir Thomas Slade who, at the time, was the appointed Surveyor of the Navy. Nelson had already made his plans: to break the enemy line some two or three ships ahead of their Commander in Chief in the centre and achieve victory before the van could come to their aid. Her active career ended on November 7, 1812, when she was moored in Portsmouth Harbour off Gosport and used as a depot ship. Sailboats and sailing ships with simpler detail are packed with masts folded down, ready to display after simple, easy assembly. The Victory's foretopsail was severely damaged during the battle of Trafalgar, perforated by upwards of 90 cannonballs and other projectiles. She is the oldest commissioned warship in the world, although the USS Constitution, launched 30 years later, is the oldest commissioned warship still afloat.
The total sail area measures over 11,000 square feet (1036 m2) and is 43.5 m (143 feet) in length.
The only problem that I found with this kit is that the photos of the finished model on the box do not agree with those in the instruction sheets in some details.
For five hours after Nelson's last maneuvering signal the two columns of British ships slowly approached the French line before Royal Sovereign, leading the lee column, was able to open fire on Fougueux. It was replaced after the battle but was preserved, and eventually came to be displayed in the Royal Naval Museum. As I can not find any picture of a real ship of this kind, I can't tell which ones are more accurate. Twenty five minutes later Victory broke the line between Bucentaure and Redoutable firing a double shotted broadside into the stern of the former from a range of a few yards.

The sail is laid out across a large chamber, illuminated by alternating lowlight projectors. Nevertheless, I finally decided to follow the instructions, and the results turned out not bad.
At 25 minutes past one Nelson was shot, the fatal ball entering his left shoulder and lodging in his spine. It took me about 2 months to finish this model on the basis of 2 to 4 working hours per day. During 1405 to 1433, the famous Chinese explorer, Cheng He, had made seven voyages to explore the western world.
Such killing had taken place on Victory's quarter deck that Redoutable attempted to board her, but the marines and small arms men repelled them. He had reached as far as the east coast of Africa and the Red Sea, and the time was 87 years earlier than Columbus's voyage (1492). Nelson's last order was for the fleet to anchor but this was rejected by Vice Admiral Collingwood.
Cheng's fleet consists of as many as 27,800 crews, including sailors, soldiers, and merchants. The fleet were made up by hundreds of sailing ships like this model, except even the smallest one was much larger. Several Chinese historical records, including the official Ming dynasty chronicle -, indicated that the largest ones (the Treasure Ships) were huge ships having nine masts, weighted 1500 tons, more than 120 meters (400 feet) in length*, and can carry over 1000 passengers. I have seen several fisherman's ship like this model in a small village at south Taiwan when I was a kid, but they are no longer exist.
Nevertheless, you may still find these ships sailing on the rivers in Mainland China, and perhaps also can find some in Hong Kong.

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