Liburnian Monoreme 1:63MA915
Liburna was a small galley used for raiding from the 8th to the 1st century BC. It was named after the Liburnians, a pirate tribe from Dalmatia, who were the original designers of this ship. Later, these ships were adopted into their fleet by the Romans.
These vessels were characterized by their high manoeuvrability and speed. They became so well known that over time the name liburna became a synonym for a warship.
- Scale 1:63.
- Assembled length is 22.5" (569mm).
- Structural wooden parts are laser cut to simplify assembly.
- Single plank-on-bulkhead hull. The hull planks are made of walnut.
- The sails are embroidered on the cloth.
- Different diameters of tan threads for standing and running rigging.
- Ship stand with nameplate.
- Ship plans (one large sheet).
- Assembly instructions in English.
- This kit is designed for experiences builders.
- Made in Croatia by MarisStella.