The three-masted topsail schooner Atlantic was one of twelve vessels which competed for the 1905 Emperor’s Cup, a prize put up by Germany’s Kaiser Wilhelm for a race between New York and the Lizard (the extreme tip of Cornwall). Atlantic won the cup by achieving a time of twelve days and four hours. In one 24-hour period she ran 348 nautical miles. She was taken up by the US Navy in both world wars and was eventually acquired by the US Coast Guard Academy. Although the Atlantic was built as a racing craft, she had a stateroom accommodation for seven people. Launched in 1903, she won the Kaisers cup in a very exciting race by crossing the Atlantic in 12 days, 4 hours, 1 minute, 19 seconds...
- Material: High quality wood and metal
- Is scratched built using plank on frame from cherry wood and coated with clear varnished
- Pure wooden ornaments such as: Wooden life boats, wooden bunkers, main masts with fabric sails and detailed stitching, all rigging are matching colors, metal anchors, metal propeller, many golden metal rings around the hull of the yacht, and many more
- Completed by skilful master craftsmen
- Built according to scale through original plans, pictures and drawings
- Masts are fold flat down for shipping and has instruction guide how to set it up
- Dimensions: 33" H x 38" W x 8" D
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||33" H x 38" W x 8" D
|Product Category:||Statues & Figurines|
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