Le Bucentaure Model Ship Kit – Disar (20132)

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20132 - DI

USD $74

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The Bucentaure was named after the Venetian ship Bucentaur which was destroyed by Napoleon I.  Bucentaure was the 80-gun flag ship for Vice Admiral Latouhe Treville in the French Navy.  After Vice Admiral Treville died on board, Vice Admiral Villeneuve hoisted his flag in November 1804.  Captain Jean-Jacques Magendie commanded her during the Battle of Trafalgar in October 1805.  Admiral Nelson’s HMS Victory raked the Bucentaure’s less protected stern, and she lost 197 men and wounded many including Captain Magendie.  This put her out of the fight, and she eventually surrendered to Captain James Atcherly of the Royal Marines.  The Bucentaure’s crew recaptured the ship several days later, however, she was wreaked on October 23, 1805, in a gale-force storm.

New to the market Disar Model is a family business working with a team of professionals with more than 20 years of experience in the boat modeling and hobby sector.  Their wooden model kits reflect the maritime history of Spain.  Disar Model bring new and unique models to the market which are faithful replicas, based on plans and documentation verified by professionals. Innovative and high-quality woods and other components are used throughout.

This is a level 3 model.  The length is 480 mm (18.9 inches), width is 110/355 mm (4.3/13.9 inches) and the height is 435 mm (17.1 inches).  The Scale is 1:30.

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