Santa Maria Sailing Ship 1/90 Revell Germany

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Assembly Required. Ages 14 & Up.

Except for Noah's ark, the Santa Maria is undoubtedly the best known ship in the world. On September 9, 1492 Christopher Columbus set sail from the Canaries in search of the westerly sea route to India - on a voyage that was to become one of the most well-known discoveries in history. He chose the Santa Maria as the flagship of his little fleet. With 100 tons and a crew of 52, she was the biggest of the three ships. After an arduous voyage, on October 12, Columbus at last reached Watling Island in the Bahamas, believing it to be "one of the islands which are set down in the maps at the end of the Orient". On a subsequent reconnaissance trip the Santa Maria ran aground off Haiti. Her wood was ultimately used for the construction of a fort.  Features of this kit include structurally detailed decks and hull, ladders and a windlass, two anchors, two water barrels, masts with yards, shields with coats of arms, linen-look sails, crew figures, rigging yarn, a display stand and transfers for the sails and shields.
Please see the paint guide below to complete the model as it's pictured on the packaging.  Click here to see a guide to the corresponding Testors paint numbers.

Product Details:

Skill level: 4
Scale: 1:96
Length: 362 mm (14.25")
Height: 344 mm (13.54")
Parts: 137

*Use only cement for polystyrene plastic*


Paint Guide:

Matte Blue
Matte Earth Brown
Matte Olive Brown
Matte Black
Matte Sandy Yellow
Matte Sea Green
Matte White
Matte Flesh
Matte Brown
Matte Yellow
Metallic Gold
Matte Carmin Red
Metallic Aluminum
Matte Leather Brown