The Mayflower is the ship famously known for transporting a group of English families to the New World in 1620. They were known as the Pilgrims, and the New World was America. It set sail from Southampton, England, and would drop anchor in Plymouth, Massachusetts. This was where the first permanent European settlement was made.
This excellent model represents a ship of great historical importance. It measures in at 48-centimetres in length, and 40 in height, and has a plank-on-bulkhead hull structure.