Tuesday, September 16, 2008
Tall ship models
are the conventional sailing vessels found in historical sailing research. These days, these ships are no longer in existence except for the stationary museums!
We can find close to 100 types of tall ships sailing all around the world! Many of the vessels have presence just to relive a bit of history.
Some of these ships carry out preparation programs. They allow people selectively to have hands on sail training cruise variety from a few days to several weeks. Some of the vessels take on voyage of investigation and science programs.
Through out the world the navy of tall ships is growing. There are many ships discovered at Newfoundland, such as Sea trails of Matthew, imitation of the vessel John Cabot - that are being completed. Basically the construction has begun as a duplication of the camaraderie among the three mercantile vessels from Salem, Massachusetts. All around the world there are many such replicas. For example, HMS Rose, HMS Bounty, USB Niagara, Sprit of Massachusetts, Lady Washington and host of other tall ships.
Experts of ship modeling have a charm for all tall ship models. The influential American Marine Model Gallery located in Salem, Massachusetts has a large collection of historic Model Ships
manufactured by the finest ship modeling artists. During the Great Age of Sail, Salem was one of America’s busiest seaports and marine centers. In the marine model gallery, there are many types of ships available such as antique ship models, navy board ship models, pond yacht models etc.
You can find hundred of dealers who offer kits of tall ships for a price ranging from $90 to $350. Another range of tall ship models are very expensive with price which can go up to $15,000.
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Posted by: The Model Ship