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1:60 OcCre HMS Beagle - Ideal Beginners Scale Model Kit (12005)

12005

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Scale modeling kit from Spanish manufacturer OCCRE. High quality laser cut wooden parts, detailed instructions, all necessary elements included into the kit.

Measurements

Scale: 1:60

Height: 480 mm

Width: 230 mm

Length: 720 mm

Difficulty: Low

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169,00 €

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169,00 €

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Data sheet

Manufacturer OCCRE
Material Wooden Models
Type ⚓ Ships

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The HMS Beagle was one of the most famous ships of its time for different reasons. The most famous of all they were without a doubt his journey of naturalistic research, captained by Commander Robert FitzRoy and with a young Darwin on board.

Launched in the Thames River on May 11, 1820, it was built by the Wollwich shipyards. In July of that same year, as part of the celebrations for the coronation of King George IV, it was the first ship to sail under the new London Bridge.

In total, the HMS Beagle made 3 great trips. It was not until his second trip, when Darwin embarked. Of the almost five years that this second expedition lasted, Darwin was three years and three months on land and eighteen months at sea.

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