Revell Germany - HMS Bounty 1:110

Regular price $63.90

One of the most famous ships in maritime history is the HMS Bounty, made famous by the bold mutiny on this sailing ship. In 1787, Captain William Bligh was commissioned by King George III to take Bounty Bread Freight Trees from Tahiti to the West Indies. Captain Bligh rules with an iron hand and cuts the team, again and again, the rations. On April 28, 1789, there is the famous mutiny, Bligh and 18 faithful are suspended in a boat and return to England after a long random walk. The rest of the team decides to stay in the area and settles on the island of Pitcairn, far from the shipping routes. In order not to be discovered, the Bounty was then burned in 1790 by the former crew.
  • Textured hull with wood grain
  • Detailed deck with nail benches
  • Steering wheel and rowing boat
  • 4 guns on a gun carriage
  • 2 anchors
  • Detailed master and yards
  • One-piece shrouds
  • Sail with linen structure
  • Flag board

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