DANMARK is a steel-hulled, three-masted and full-rigged ship. It was built as a training ship in 1933 at Nakskov Shipyard in Denmark. Since then it has provided basic training of young people seeking careers at sea. The ship is the property of the Kingdom of Denmark and has its home base there. It is capable of sailing all over the world, however in the recent years it has only been sailing in European waters. On special occasions it crosses the Atlantic Ocean to visit the USA, where the ship stayed during WWII and provided training of US cadets. The ship is capable of carrying 26 sails in a total of 1632 square-meters. A main engine of 357 kW ensures that the ship will be able to make its way also when the wind is erratic.
- Material: solid wood base, with metal nameplate
- 100% hand built from scratch using 'plank on frame' construction method
- Magnificent details include metal anchors and propellers, authentic crow's nest, advanced intricate rigging, unfurled sails, painted hull, inlay deck, brass decorative pieces on bow and stern
- Dimensions: 25" H x 34.5" W x 12" D
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