KANRIN MARU / Model without sails, Japanese Sailing Ship

Woody JOE
WJJSS 75-06 / Level 3
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1/75 Scale "KANRIN MARU / Model without sails"
Wooden Japanese Sailing Ship Model, by Woody JOE
Model making skill - Level 3

Kanrin Maru is the first sailing ship in Japan to sail the Pacific Ocean to the United States.
A sailing ship where Japan in the Samurai period ordered shipbuilding in the Netherlands. The sailboat was a screw-propelled ship equipped with a steam engine on a wooden hull.
Kanrin Maru is a historical sailing ship sailing to San Francisco to conclude the Japan - US Trade Treaty Convention in 1860.

Please see here for the display case
Sailer Model Display Case / TYPE 11

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*Warship calendar, start of work 1856. Placement on duty 1857. Military retirement 1871.
*Total displacement, 620t
*Full length. 48.8m
*Overall width, 8.74m
*Power, the sail of three masts. Steam engine of 100HP
*Maximum velocity, 6 knots (10km/h)
*A weapon, 12 cannon gates

About the Model
*Improvement version (laser beam machining part use)
*Time until completing: For about 150 hours
*Sail is not attached to the product.

Manufacturer Woody JOE
Scale 1/75
Package size (630x255x80 / 100size)
Length 820mm
Width 203mm
Height 487mm
Assembly reference time: 150 hours
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