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The Niña joined a grand fleet of 17 ships for the second voyage to Hispaniola, becoming the flagship for an exploration of Cuba. This fine tall ship model of the famous clipper ship Flying Cloud is perfectly sized for any shelf, desk, or mantle. Renowned for her speed and endurance sailing the open seas, these proud tall ship models of the Flying Cloud add a touch of historic spirit and flair of nautical decor to any bedroom, den, or office. The famed Mayflower, which carried the Pilgrims to Jamestown in 1620, is recreated here in an enchanting 7" tall ship model. The Mayflower was the famous ship that transported the English Separatists, better known as the Pilgrims, from Southampton, England, to Plymouth, Massachusetts (which would become the capital of Plymouth Colony), in 1620. The vessel left England on September 6, and after a grueling 66-day journey marked by disease, the ship dropped anchor inside the hook tip of Cape Cod (Provincetown Harbor) on November 11 (dates in Old Style, Julian Calendar; according to the New Style Gregorian Calendar, the corresponding dates are September 16 and November 21).
On March 21, 1621, all surviving passengers, who had inhabited the ship during the winter, moved ashore at Plymouth, and on April 5, the Mayflower, a privately commissioned vessel, returned to England. In 1623, a year after the death of captain Christopher Jones, the Mayflower was most likely dismantled for scrap lumber in Rotherhithe, London. The Mayflower was used primarily as a cargo ship, involved in active trade of goods (often wine) between England and other European countries, (principally France, but also Norway, Germany, and Spain).
Careful research went into designing a replica, the Mayflower II (launched September 22, 1956), to resemble its namesake as closely as possible.
Initially, the plan was for the voyage to be made in two vessels, the other being the smaller Speedwell.
On the second attempt, the ships reached the Atlantic Ocean but again were forced to return to Plymouth because of the Speedwell's leak. After reorganisation, the final sixty-six day voyage was made by the Mayflower alone, leaving from a site near to the Mayflower Steps in Plymouth, England on September 6. The ship probably had a crew of twenty-five to thirty, along with other hired personnel; however, only the names of five are known, including John Alden. To establish legal order and to quell increasing strife within the ranks, the settlers wrote and signed the Mayflower Compact after the ship dropped anchor at the tip of Cape Cod on November 11, in what is now Provincetown Harbor. The settlers, upon initially setting anchor, explored the snow-covered area and discovered an empty Native American village. During the winter the passengers remained on board the 'Mayflower', suffering an outbreak of a contagious disease described as a mixture of scurvy, pneumonia and tuberculosis. On April 5, 1621, the Mayflower set sail from Plymouth to return to England, where she arrived on May 6, 1621. The 102 passengers on the Mayflower were the earliest permanent European settlers in New England.


A second ship called the Mayflower made a voyage from London to Plymouth Colony in 1629 carrying thirty-five passengers, many from Leiden.
They left Palos de la Frontera on August 3, 1492, stopping at the Canary Islands on August 12, 1492, and continued westward. She was captured by a pirate corsair when leaving the port of Cagliari and brought to Cape Pula, Sardinia. Perfect as a gift for any child or nautical enthusiast, this 100% solid wood is reproduced in intricate detail complete with realistic sails, rigging, and a solid metal nameplate proudly displaying her title. The Mayflower originally was destined for the mouth of the Hudson River, near present-day New York City, at the northern edge of England's Virginia colony, which itself was established with the 1607 Jamestown Settlement. At least between 1609 and 1622, it was mastered by Christopher Jones, who would command the ship on the famous transatlantic voyage, and based in Rotherhithe, London, England.  After the famous voyage of the Mayflower, the ship returned to England, likely dismantled for scrap lumber in Rotherhithe in 1623, only a year after Jones's death in March 1622. This vessel is now part of the Plymouth Plantation living museum, near Plymouth, Massachusetts.
The first voyage of the ships departed Southampton, England, on August 5, 1620, but the Speedwell developed a leak, and had to be refitted at Dartmouth. With 102 passengers plus crew, each family was allotted a very confined amount of space for personal belongings.
However the ship was forced far off-course by inclement weather and drifted well north of the intended Virginia settlement.
The curious settlers dug up some artificially-made mounds, some of which stored corn while others were burial sites.
When it ended, there were only 53 persons still alive, half of the passengers and half of the crew. With cooperation between Project Mayflower and Plymouth Plantation, an accurate replica of the original (designed by naval architect William A. Virginia even had black indentured servants by 1619 and a population of about 4,500 in 1623. That settlement lasted 500 years, longer than the entire colonial history of the United States. The task required skillful craftsmen hundreds of hours to accomplish.The Wasa was commissioned in the 17th century, by the King of Sweden to be his countrya€™s finest warship.
Place this ship upon your desk, or in any room or office, and enjoy the history and handsome aesthetics of this legendary ship. However, the Mayflower went off course as the winter approached, and remained in Cape Cod Bay (mapped in 1602 by Gosnold).
The Mayflower Barn, just outside the Quaker village of Jordans, in Buckinghamshire, England, is said to be built from these timbers. As a result of the delay, the settlers did not arrive in Cape Cod till the onset of a harsh New England winter. The settlers stole the corn and looted and desecrated the graves, sparking friction with the locals.


In spring, they built huts ashore, and on March 21, 1621, the surviving passengers left the Mayflower.
Throughout the winter, the passengers spent time ashore preparing home sites and searching for food but partly remained based aboard the Mayflower. Also, Albany, New York, was settled by the Dutch in 1614, Santa Fe, New Mexico by the Spanish in 1610, and St. In addition, the archeological site at L'Anse aux Meadows, on the coast near the northern tip of Newfoundland in Canada, has also been identified as a 10th or 11th century Viking settlement site. After one of his men accidentally ran the Santa Maria aground, Columbus returned on the Niña in early 1493.
During construction, he insisted that the ship be fitted with a second row of cannon in both sides. States Item will be shipped within 4 business days of payment received confirmation via Fedex GROUND (approx. The settlers ultimately failed to reach Virginia where they had already obtained permission from the London Company to settle. They moved down the coast to what is now Eastham, and explored the area of Cape Cod for several weeks, looting and stealing as they went. Only about half of the settlers would still be alive when the Mayflower left in the spring. Captained by Alan Villiers, the voyage ended in Plymouth Harbor after 55 days on June 13, 1957 to great acclaim. The shipbuilder "Henrik Hybertsson" knew that this would make the ship top heavy, but he dared not argue with the King. They decided to relocate to Plymouth after a difficult encounter with the local native Americans, the Nausets, at First Encounter Beach, in December 1620.
It attempted the trip again in 1641, departing London in October of that year, John Cole, master, with 140 passengers for Virginia, but it never arrived. She was raised on April 24 1961 after 333 years on the sea bottom and completely restored, she now rest in the Stockholm Naval Museum. The item will be replaced or a refund will be issued for the full cost of the item when replacement is unavailable. To get a replacement, please simply return the model (It's the buyers responsibility to return the shipment within 14 days after notifying me) please contact me to get a return authorization. If this item should run out of stock you will be given the option of a full refund or use the messages system (Ask a Question, Contact Member) to contact me with any questions or concerns you may have.



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