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ROYAL CAROLINE model ship

Royal Caroline was one of the most sumptuously decorated vessels of all time. She was built in 1749 at Bedford for King George II to replace the Carolina as the principal royal yacht.

Royal Caroline was sailed for pleasure cruises by the royal family, and as a transport for members of court sailing between England and Holland. She was usually escorted by as many as four frigates and, when the King was aboard, accompanied by the First Lord of the Admiralty. In 1761, she was sumptuously fitted out to collect the Queen Consort to be, Princess Charlotte, from Kiel, and her name was changed to the 'Royal Charlotte'.

Not only was the Royal Caroline one of the most splendid yachts ever built, she represented an important stage in the refinement of British shipbuilding. The Admiralty used her as the prototype for a long series of frigates of various classes between 1750 and 1800.

 

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This Royal Caroline model features:

  • Plank-on-frame construction (very important)

  • All parts are wooden or metal

  • Fine deck details

  • Realistic thin sails

  • Authentic rigging system comprised of many different sizes of rope

  • Full length masts and bowsprit per original blueprints

  • Correct boats on deck

  • Beautiful stern gallery that no other commercial HMS Royal Caroline model can match

34" long x 28" tall x 10" wide      $2,500     S&H is $150

Add 110v light feature to one of the above models:  $200  
 

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