9th century Slavic longship 1:72F0502
This 9th century Eastern European vessel is one of the closest relatives of Viking longships. It sailed in open seas and rivers and its shape and size depended on the region and the purpose of the vessel, however the general construction method was same. First, the keel and the stems were made, afterwards the hull was planked and only then the timbers were installed. All boards were cut mainly using different axes strictly following the direction of wood fibres.
- Scale 1:72.
- Assembled dimensions are (LxWxH) 7.75" x 4.75" x 6.25" (200mm x 120mm x 156mm ).
- All wooden parts are laser cut to simplify assembly.
- Clinker hull construction.
- Single plank-on-frame hull.
- Multitude of highly detailed wooden and resin cast parts.
- Pre-sewn sail and rigging threads are provided.
- Ship stand.
- Assembly photo instructions.
- Made in Russia by Falkonet .