Lincolville Wherry (ca 1835-1925)
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Lincolville Wherry (ca 1835-1925)

Penobscot Bay salmon boat - Scale: 1”:1´ (1:12) - Length over all: 15 3/4” (40 cm)Built to an ancient design probably brought from Europe by the first settlers, these practical small boats were ideal for the in-shore salmon fishery that helped support Maine communities during the...

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Penobscot Bay salmon boatScale: 1”:1´ (1:12)Length over all: 15 3/4” (40 cm)Built to an ancient design probably brought from Europe by the first settlers, these practical small boats were ideal for the in-shore salmon fishery that helped support Maine communities during the 19th century. Wherries were primarily used to set the salmon nets and to bring the trapped fish to shore. Thin lapstrake planking on naturally curved cedar ribs made them unusually light and strong. Our kit is based upon a surviving wherry in the collection of the Penobscot Marine Museum in Searsport, ME. In Sweden and all over Scandinavia identical boats are beeing used – and built even today.Detailed instructions with illustrations is included in the kit - 12 pages (English)Paint & glue is not included.Eskader glue nr. 9920 - 1 pc is neededPrimer nr. 9910 - 1 pc is needed

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Lincolville Wherry (ca 1835-1925)
ES_103 Kit - scale 1:12
kr 1,456
Lincolville Wherry (ca 1835-1925)
ES_103F Paint set
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