Attach Sails and Bluenose 2 model sailing yachts are Ready for Immediate Display
This sailing boat model of the famous Canadian schooner Bluenose 2 adds grace and class to the nautical décor of any room with its beautiful natural wood-grain finish. The understated elegance of simple yet finely-crafted features of these wooden model sailboats inspires a nautical tone and racing spirit from a shelf or mantle in any living room, den or office with the soft touch of an ocean breeze.
35" L x 5" W x 25" H (1:60 scale)
Quality construction features:
Plank-on-frame hull construction
Individual wood planks visible in hull and deck
Lightly starched, quality cloth sails do not sag or wrinkle
Entirely wooden parts with no plastic hull or deck details
Suits any room or décor with clean lines, simple colors and natural wood finish
Pre-assembled, simply attach the sails and display
Separate pre-assembled hull and sails ensure safe shipping and lower cost
Sails and rigging already complete
Insert mast in designated hole and clip brass rigging hooks as shown in illustrations
Ready to display in less than five minutes
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Formaldehyde, and Styrene, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer, and Chromium and Toluene, which are known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
Generations of Atlantic Canadians have grown up with stories of the Original Bluenose Nova Scotia, her Captain Angus Walters and Bluenose II.
The vessel became the world's most famous Nova Scotian fishing schooner racing victorious - and undefeated - into history and legends.
A glorious reign as Queen of the North Atlantic began with her launching from Lunenburg's Smith and Rhuland boatyard on March 26, 1921. It tragically ended a quarter century later.
In 1963, Bluenose II was launched from the same shipyard, built by many of the men who had worked on the Original Bluenose.
Interesting Bluenose IIfacts
Home port: Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
Bluenose II is acknowledged to have the largest working mainsail in the world. It measures 4,150 square feet (386 m2). The total sail area measures over 11,000 square feet (1036 m2) and is 43.5 m (143 feet) in length.
All crew members live onboard during the ship's six-month season.
In 1971, the Oland family of Halifax sold Bluenose II to the government of Nova Scotia for $1.
Since 1937, the image of Original Bluenosehas graced the Canadian dime (10 cent piece).
In 1995, Original Bluenose and her captain, Angus Walters, were inducted into the Canadian Sports Hall of Fame.
Nova Scotia's Bluenose II and the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic is proudly operated by the Lunenburg Marine Museum Society.