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Vasa Ship Model (1627 Sweden)|Medium Size

(Code: 063)
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Overall size: 71 cm (L) x 59 cm (H)

The VASA wooden galleon model ship is decorated with wooden hand-carved pieces. The Wasa is a Swedish three-mast galleon ship from the 17th century.
  • This grand Vasa galleon model ship is scratch built.

  • Fully assembled model ship, ready for display.

  • The Wasa model is supported by a solid wooden stand.

  • Not a kit.

  • Dispatched from Bristol or free Click & Collect.

    pre built model ship WASAOverall dimensions:

    Length: 28" (71 cm)
    Width: 9" (22 cm)
    Height: 23" (59 cm)

    - The Vasa galleon model is supported by a solid wooden stand.
    - The three-mast galleon model is sold fully built and ready for display.
    - Handmade from scratch wooden galleon model.
    - A gorgeous galleon model of the Swedish ship Vasa.
    - Museum quality ship model for display.

    - Not a kit.
    - Dispatched from Bristol or free Click & Collect.

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  3. #HISTORY#
    The three-masted royal ship launched in 1627. Length 70.00 m, breadth 11,50 m, draught 4,80 m, displacement 1,400 tons, sail area 1,150 m2, with a crew of 133 sailors and 300 soldiers. On its maiden voyage in 1628, the Vasa capsized and sank in the Stockholm harbour. 53 of the ship's 64 cannons were salvaged in 1664. The ship itself was lifted from the sea on 24th April 1961, and the Vasa Museum was opened the following year.

    The Vasa Museum in Sweden is the most visited museum in Scandinavia and if you ever find yourself in Stockholm, make sure to visit the
    Vasa Museum and learn about the history of this treasure.

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