Kayak Model Ship – OMH (B078)

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B078 - OM

Original price was: USD $821.Current price is: USD $747.


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The Kayak Model Ship from OMH is an impressive replica of the traditional kayak design, which has been used by indigenous people of the Arctic for thousands of years. The model is carefully crafted from high-quality materials to accurately reflect the shape and structure of the original kayak. This is 42 inches long, 6 inches wide, and 5 inches tall, making it a striking display piece for any room in your home.

The model kayak is designed with meticulous attention to detail, featuring a curved hull that mimics the original kayak’s shape. The body of the kayak is made of beautiful hardwood, while the frame is crafted from durable materials. The OMH Kayak Model is finished with an intricate design that replicates the beautiful patterns and motifs used by indigenous people on their kayaks.

The Kayak Model from OMH is an excellent gift for history buffs, collectors, and anyone interested in traditional boat design. It comes fully assembled and ready to display, making it a hassle-free addition to your collection.

The Kayak has a rich history dating back over 4,000 years when the Inuit and Yupik people first used it as a means of transportation and hunting in the Arctic region. The word “kayak” comes from the Inuit language, which means “hunter’s boat.”

Kayaks were traditionally made from animal skins stretched over a wooden frame, making them lightweight and buoyant. The narrow, pointed shape of the kayak allowed it to easily navigate through the icy waters and maneuver around obstacles. The design also allowed for quick turns, making it ideal for hunting seals, whales, and other marine animals.

Over time, kayaks evolved to become more specialized for specific purposes. Some kayaks were designed for fishing, while others were used for transportation. The kayaks were adapted to meet the specific needs of each community, resulting in a wide variety of designs and styles.

Today, kayaking has become a popular recreational activity, with kayaks being made from a variety of materials, including plastic, fiberglass, and carbon fiber. However, the traditional kayak design is still used by indigenous people in the Arctic, and it remains an important part of their culture and heritage.

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