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Discover the HMS Bounty, wooden model made in the stage of one of the most famous mutiny in history. Captain William Bligh was loaded onto a boat with 18 loyal sailors and held a great feat by sailing more than 3,500 nautical miles for 47 days until reaching port, losing the life only one of his men. Guided by our detailed step by step instructions you can complete your replica of this legendary ship, which includes the ability to leave open one of the sides of the hull to see in detail the interior of the vessel.
In December 1787 the HMS Bounty left England for Haiti to transport breadfruit to the Caribbean, finding a great storm that forced them to change course and come to Haiti several months late. This delay forced them to stay on the island for several months until it was again possible to collect breadfruit outbreaks. In this stay the crew got used to the customs of the natives and established relationships with women of Haiti, almost forgetting their condition of English sailors. After many difficulties by Bligh to impose discipline again, they began their journey on April 4, 1789, resulting the mutiny 24 days after.
Build your 1/48 scale model of the HMS Bounty, scenery of one of the most famous riots in the history of navigation. Its construction system using false keel and frames brings the assembly of your model closer to the construction of the actual ship. The model includes laser cut board pieces, hardwood, brass, die-cast and fabric. For the assembly you can follow our complete full-color step by step guide in 4 languages, accompanied by real-scale drawings of the ship.
Scale: M 1:48