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Appearance of the kogg in the beginning of the XII century became an important event in the shipbuilding. Crusaders used them for their marches to the Holy Earth, merchants of the Hanza union transported goods from Palestine and Africa to Europe. In practice koggs took part in all naval battles during the following three centuries.
Längd: 420 mm
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From the end of the eighth century AD, Vikings originating from Scandinavia regularly appeared in Great Britain and on the European mainland on raiding expeditions in their Longships. These highly sea worthy fighting ships of around 20 metres (66 feet) in length had a bow at both ends, enabling them to beach and/or launch in either direction. The shallow draught of only 1.5 metres (5 feet) also gave the Vikings the option of sailing or rowing up inland waterways and rivers, allowing them to raid areas deep in the hinterland. With these fast (a speed of 20 knots) and very manoeuvrable fighting ships also known as Dragon Boats, the Vikings ventured as far away as Iceland, Greenland and even North America, as excavations at settlements have proven.
- Two-piece wood grained hull
- Large area deck parts with many engraved details
- Typical Dragons Head
- 64 separate, individual shields
- Anchor and 32 Oars
- Structured Sail
- Mast, Yardarm and thread for authentic rigging
- Two piece stand
- Comprehensive set of decals for all shields and the sail
Höjd: 237 mm
Art nr: MR05403
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Original details Type description Warship Year/Period 800 - 1000 Origin DK/S/N
The Santa Maria was a typical merchant vessel of the 15th century. Except for Noahs ark, she is undoubtedly the best known ship in the world. On September 9, 1492 Christopher Columbus set sail from the Canaries in search of the westerly sea route to India - on a voyage that was to become one of the greatest voyages of discovery in history. He chose the Santa Maria as the flagship of his little fleet. With 100 tons and a crew of 52, she was the biggest of the three ships. After an arduous voyage, on 12 October, Columbus at last reached Watling Island in the Bahamas, believing it to be one of the islands which are set down in the maps at the end of the Orient. On a subsequent reconnaissance trip the Santa Maria ran aground off Haiti. Her wood was ultimately used for the construction of a fort.
- Structurally detailed decks
- Ladders and windlass
- Two anchors
- Structurally detailed hull
- Two water barrels
- Masts with yards
- Shields with coats of arms
- Linen-look sails
- Crew figures
- Rigging yarn
- Display stand
- Transfers for the sails and shields
Längd + Höjd:362 mm +344 mm
Art nr: MR05405
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Original details Type description Sailing ship Year/Period 1477 Origin E Speed 9 kn