TREE-MAST SAILBOAT « ATLANTIC »

The Atlantic (1903) is a 54 m three-mast schooner designed by William Gardner for New York Yacht Club member Wilson Marsall. She won the emperor William II of Germany transatlantic Kaiser's Cup in 1905 setting a crossing record of 12 days, 4 hours and 1 minute.She ended her days as a Coast Guards training ship from 1941 to 1947, defore being broken up.
Model boat in wood, handcrafted and hand painted. Packaging:  Boat supplied individually boxed.

€367.80
Tax included
Quantity

The Atlantic (1903) is a 54 m three-mast schooner designed by William Gardner for New York Yacht Club member Wilson Marsall. She won the emperor William II of Germany transatlantic Kaiser's Cup in 1905 setting a crossing record of 12 days, 4 hours and 1 minute.She ended her days as a Coast Guards training ship from 1941 to 1947, defore being broken up.
Model boat in wood, handcrafted and hand painted. Packaging:  Boat supplied individually boxed.

MAR124174
112.00 cm
103.00 cm
19.00 cm
3.50 Kg

Specific References

More information

Do you have any questions about the product?

Fill in the following information, and we will answer it with pleasure.

8 other products in the same category: