Le Superbe Size 5

Dimension: Length 170 x Width 59 x Height 130 cm.

Grade A + / Museum Quality

Construction of the boat:

  • We place a double layer of plank on the hull, Teak wood and fixed with copper nails.
  • Decks are curved and placed small planks of Oak wood and fixed with copper nails.
  • Masts and other pieces on the deck are made Teak, Acajou, Rosewood and Beech wood.
  • Sculptures are made of Teak wood.
  • Anchors are molded in Zinc metal and painted.
  • The Cannons and the base turned into 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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    Le Superbe Ship Model

    Origin: France

    Year: 1784

    The Superbe was a Téméraire class 74-gun ship of the French Navy built in Brest over 2 years and launched in 1784.

    Le Le Superbe maquette bateau architect was the famous Jacques-No√ęl San√©. Le superbe design was typical of the ships of the French fleet of the time.

    In addition, three-masted with two decks, open galleries, a copper-sheated hull and extreme maneuverability. Moreover, 700 men were needed to run Le superbe.

    However, following the launching of Le Superbe maquette bateau, was a period of great battles against the British fleet, during 3 decades. Nevertheless, many were captured by the British Navy.

    Most importantly, Sané’s talent and the quality of her design. She was confirmed as her characteristics became common in the design of enemy ships.

    Firstly, The British naval Historian William James said, not only was she the biggest and the most beautiful ship that ever sailed. Despite her great size she was as maneuverable as a frigate.

    In 1787, Le Superbe maquette bateau was the flagship of the¬†Escadre d’√©volution¬†under¬†Nieuil. She took part in the¬†Croisi√®re du Grand Hiver, where she sank due to a leak. Her crew were rescued by¬†Pierre Maurice Julien de Qu√©rangal. At least twelve ships of the¬†French Navy¬†have borne the name¬†Superbe (“Superb”).

    In conclusion, In 1795 she took part in a French winter naval campaign (‚ÄėCampaign of the Great Winter‚Äô) where she sank due to a leak.

    “Le Superbe maquette bateau” – French ship Superbe.

    Additional information

    Weight 95 kg
    Dimensions 190 × 80 × 150 cm