Port Jackson Schooner 1803 – Starters Pack

Port Jackson Schooner 1803 – Starters Pack

$488

Skill Level

Scale

1 to 50

Length

23" (590mm)

Height

17-1/2" (450mm)

Manufacturer

Modellers Shipyard

SKU

MS3001

Port Jackson 1803 Model Ship Kit Starters Pack – Modellers Shipyard

The Port Jackson 1803 Model Ship Kit Starters Pack is manufactured by Modellers Shipyard. Modellers Shipyard offer historically accurate Wooden Model Ship Kits and Wooden Model Boat kits which are faithful interpretations of the original vessels. The comprehensive instructional DVDs, plans and highly detailed English instructions will assist you throughout the whole construction process. All ship model kits are double plank on bulkhead construction and only use the highest quality parts.

Why not think about getting the Port Jackson Schooner 1803 – Starters Pack which includes:

> Port Jackson Schooner model kit;

> Beginners Tool Kit – Basic covering all your beginner modeling needs;

>The Complete Beginners Guide to Model Ship Building – 104 page ebook & 5 DVD practicums covering Hull Planking, Deck Planking, Masting & Rigging

This unique set provides the easiest possible introduction to the world of modeling.

You won’t need to purchase any further tools, books or DVD practicums.

Don’t delay, why not get started today on your new hobby which we know will bring you many hours of enjoyment.

History of the Port Jackson Schooner

Port Jackson Schooner – In September 1788, only 18 months after the founding of the new colony on the shores of Port Jackson – now better known as Sydney Harbour, Governor Arthur Phillip sent a message to his superiors in England requesting two vessels to be sent out in frame, with a few shipwrights to put them together. After considerable delay, drafts were prepared for a ‘Schooner for Port Jackson’.

The original drafts are still in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, England and are the raw material on which our drawings and kit of the ‘Colonial Schooner Port Jackson’ are based.

We have no records available to show whether in fact our schooner was actually constructed or if so what become of her, however, our model is in every way an accurate representation of an early Australian colonial schooner as constructed by the infant industry that emerged during the 15 years waiting for a completed response to Governor Arthur Phillip’s original request.

A drawing of the ‘Mercury’ owned by Mary Reiby an early Sydney merchant appears on the Australian $20 currency note. The ‘Mercury’ is identical to the ‘Port Jackson-Schooner’.

Skill Level

Scale

1 to 50

Length

23" (590mm)

Height

17-1/2" (450mm)

Manufacturer

Modellers Shipyard

SKU

MS3001

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