Brass hardware such as eyebolts, stanchions, rings. and hinges.
Highly detailed brass bow (figurehead) and stern parts.
All fittings and riggings.
Deck and hull planking strakes.
Masts, bowsprit, brass stern moldings.
12-spools of rigging thread, pre-sewn sails, decal sheet.
Die-cut sheet showing all die-cut parts, photo illustrated instruction manual.
Varnish, paint, wood putty, carpenter's glue, contact glue, CA glue debonder, sandpaper, and other miscellaneous building tools.
Detailed construction methods allow modeler to form the hull by attaching planking strakes to the false keel and frames. Modeler will want to file and sand the whole hull until you have a compact and smooth surface.
Also, each mast and yard arm are hand sanded to the correct shape. All deck accessories must be built, painted or stained for added realism. Taking the time to do the detail work will give, a truly realistic boat model and very rewarding building experience for the modeler.
History of the Ship
The San Juan Nepomuceno, 2700 tons, was constructed in the Royal Shipyard at Gurarnizo (Santander) and launched in 1765. The San Juan Nepomuceno was a solidly built ship of proven seaworthy qualities.