Reale De France Half Hull
Dimension: Length 112 x Width 12 x Height 26 cm
Grade A + / Museum Quality
Construction of the boat:
- We place a double layer of plank on the hull, Teak wood.
- Deck made with small planks of Oak and Sapele wood.
- Mast and other pieces on the deck are made Teak, Beech, and Acajou.
- Sculptures and anchors are molded in Zinc metal and painted.
- Cannons turned into solid brass.
Request a quote below:
Reale de France Half Hull Ship Model
La Réale (“the royal”) was a galley of the French galley corps. The flagship of the French galley fleet under Louis XIV.
Therefore, Reale de France was designed by Jean-Baptiste Chabert.
Built in Marseille between 1692 and 1694. La Réale de france, was termed a galère extraordinaire (“extraordinary galley”).
Reale de France or the French galley – La Réale, is the name of the main galley of an independent kingdom.
In France, the Réale is designated for the galley’s general and the royal pennant.
This ensign is square in form and crimson with gold fleurs-de-lys.
In addition, to the Pope’s primary galley is also known as Réale.
Finally, they grant the quality of Real De France Half Hull to the first among its galleys.
|Dimensions||122 × 22 × 36 cm|