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                              Whaler WANDERER

The Wanderer is considered as one to the most beautiful, above all however, as last sailing boat to the whale hunt one used.  Between 1878 and 1924 she went 23 times on whale hunt, mainly in the area around the Azores and caught a record 24 whales. 

The Wanderer was the last vessel built in Mattapoisett and the last whaler to sail from New Bedford.   She is featured in the film Down to the Sea in Ships in which she was used for actual ocean footage while the equally famous whaling ship Charles W. Morgan only acted for some exterior scenes.
 
 
 
 
     



 

This finest Wanderer whaler model in the world features:

  • Scratch-built

  • Superior hollow-hull construction (very important)

  • All parts are wooden or metal

  • High detail whale boats

  • Beautiful, authentic rigging

  • Artistically made dirty like a real whaler

  • Cabin light

34" long x 29.5" tall x 12" wide    $3,500  

Shipping and handling cost: for shipment in the USA: $150, Canada and Hawaii $390, Europe, Middle East and Africa $450, Australia and East Asia $590.  Will be added automatically during the checkout process.  Model will arrive in about seven days.  Express 2-day service in the USA is also available during the checkout process.

 

"I just unpacked my Wanderer and it is beyond my highest hopes. You did a masterful job in recreating this historic whaler! It is the centerpiece of my "man cave" and I'm sure will become a family heirloom. 

Almost equally amazing was the craftsmanship of the shipping crate. I have to admit, I was a bit worried about how such a large, detailed and delicate model would survive the transport but your custom fitted crate supported and protected it perfectly.

I did manage to break 2 of the delicate chains in the bow rigging as I removed some packing tape. My fault, but I am sure I can fix it myself. Would it be possible for you to send me about a foot of chain?
Thank you for everything and feel free to post this if you like,

Terry"