1:65 OcCre HMS Terror - Ideal Beginners Scale Model Kit (12004)

12004

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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: 1:65

Height: 504 mm

Width: 195 mm

Length: 676 mm

Difficulty: Low

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$163.94

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Data sheet

ManufacturerOCCRE
MaterialLazer Cut Kits
TypeShips

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Immerse yourself in the world of ship modelling and enjoy a journey back to the age of these marvellous ships with our kit models.

See how, step by step, you can replicate a model down to the finest detail and faithful to the original ship. We invite you to let yourself get carried away and set up spaces for creative leisure in which you can enjoy this marvellous model ship.

Ideal for beginners in the world of ship modeling.

About HMS Terror:

In 1845, under the command of Sir John A. Franklin, the ships Terror and Erebus set off on an expedition to navigate the famous Northwest Passage. They were the first ships to be fitted out with auxiliary steam engines and were also reinforced with iron plating, fore and aft, to increase their resistance to pack ice. They were stocked with sufficient supplies for 3 years at sea.

The last sighting of the two ships was off Greenland was as they entered Baffin Bay, gateway to the frozen Arctic labyrinth.

With the collaboration of an Inuit hunter from the Arctic hamlet of Gjoa Haven, on 26th September 2016 the wreck of H.M.S. Terror, 168 years after her disappearance, was finally discovered. The Terror was in excellent condition. Images have been obtained of her deck and interior, showing perfectly preserved objects and parts of the ship that remained intact.

The mystery of the Franklin’s tragic expedition continues to this day, although it is hoped that an archaeological study of the wreck will help shed some light on what happened.

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