H.M.S. Bounty's Jolly Boat

H.M.S. Bounty's Jolly Boat
Ref: 4585

In April 1789, the Bounty left Tahiti and while crossing the Strait of Endeavour, the crew mutinied. Blight commander and his 18 loyal followers embarked on one of the three auxiliary ships.
This small cutter driven by a mainsail, two jibs and the help of 4 rowers came to walk 3.600 miles to Timor. In April 1789, the HMS Bounty left Tahiti and whilst passing-through the Endeavour Channel, a number of the crew staged a mutiny. Captain Bligh and 18 loyal crew Were Members by the mutineers Into turn one of the three small cast Were adrift.
This Lifeboats and craft, powered by a large sail and with four men rowing at a time, cover thousands 3600 Until They Reach the safety of Timor

Kit Contents :

Dia Cut Frames wood for planking and fittings usaly a mix of metal ,Brass,and plastic

Length: 745mm
Height: 605mm
Width: 330mm
Scale: 1:35

Price:59.99 (Including VAT at 20%)


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