About the model
This kit faithfully reproduces the character of the full size, and with such a large model the scope for extra detailing and weathering is virtually limitless (it is after all the largest model in our range!).
Hugely impressive, and although the most expensive kit in our range this is the one to aspire to.
Prototype history (click)
This is a model of a classic Steam Trawler. Launched in 1937, St Nectan ended her thirty year career in 1967. Built by Cook, Welton and Gemell at Beverley in Yorkshire, under Yard Number 619, she was launched at their works on 2nd November 1936, and registered as H411 on 11th January 1937, working under the ownership of Thomas Hamling & Co. Ltd of Hull for all her working life.
Model specifications (click)
Length: 68 inches (1730 mm)
Beam: 10.5 inches (268 mm)
Displacement: 45 lbs (20.5 kg)
Suitable for static display, free running or 2 plus function radio control.
What's in the kit (click)
- GRP Moulded hull, superstructure funnel and lifeboats complete with superb surface detail
- Printed wood
- Over 1,600 white metal fittings
- All necessary wood, cordage, wire etc
- Full size drawing & instruction book
- Propshaft & propeller
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