HMS Bounty Size 5
Dimension: Length 125 x Width 35 x Height 105 cm
Grade A + / Museum Quality
Construction of the boat:
- We place a double layer of planks on the hull (Teak wood) and fixed with copper nails.
- Deck is curved and small planks (Oak wood) are fixed with copper nails.
- Masts and all pieces on the deck are made with Teak, Acajou and Rose wood.
- Sculptures made of Teak wood.
- Anchors are molded in Zinc metal and painted.
- The Cannons, antenna and other pieces are made in Solid Brass.
- The Cotton sails are tinted in the tea.
- Ropes are cotton and nylon waxed in the bee wax to do the rigging.
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HMS Bounty Ship Model
The H.M.S Bounty or HMAV Bounty was armed by English Admiralty under the command of Captain Bligh to bring in the pine trees inside the American Colonies.
HMAV Bounty, also known as HMAV Bounty “HM Armed Vessel Bounty”. Most importantly, was a small merchant vessel that the Royal Navy purchased in 1787. Therefore, The ship was sent to the South Pacific Ocean under the command of William Bligh. However, that mission was never completed owing to a 1789 mutiny led by acting lieutenant Fletcher Christian.
In 1789, the Bounty put into Tahiti so as to complete its shipment. Just as it was going to make sail, the crew led by the second officer lieutenant Fletche. Moreover, was excited to rebellion and forced Captain Bligh and some faithful non commissioned officer . In addition, the ship’s boat in which they traveled 3,600 miles, this being a unique achievement in the history of navigation.
As a result, an incident now popularly known as the mutiny on the Bounty. Nevertheless, he mutineers later burned Bounty while she was moored at Pitcairn Island. An American adventurer helped land several remains of Bounty in 1957. Moreover, On 23 December 1787, Bounty sailed from Spithead for Tahiti.
|Dimensions||135 × 45 × 115 cm|