SANTA MARIA, World Sailing Ship

Woody JOE
WJWSS 50-05 / Level 3
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1/50 Scale "SANTA MARIA"
Wooden World
Sailing Ship Model, by Woody JOE
Model making skill - Level 3

In 1492, three sailing ships used by Christopher Columbus for the first transatlantic voyage. The largest sailing boat is Santa Maria.
Santa Maria crossed the Atlantic Ocean and arrived safely to the Bahamas. However, during the exploration on December 24, 1492, it stranded on Ispagniola Island.
After that, wood that can be disassembled and used was used as a material for the fortress.

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About the Model
*50 kinds of wooden parts and 26 kind of metallic parts use.
*Time until completing: For about 100 hours.

Manufacturer Woody JOE
Scale 1/50
Package size 640x335x80mm (630x255x80 / 100size)
Length 750mm
Width 390mm
Height 690mm
Assembly reference time: 100 hours
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