The Gorch Fock is a tall ship of the German Navy (Deutsche Marine). She is the second ship of that name and a sister ship of the Gorch Fock built in 1933. Both ships are named in honor of the German writer Johann Kinau who wrote under the pseudonym "Gorch Fock" and died in the battle of Jutland/Skagerrak in 1916. Kit has (2) piece full hull, cabin structures, helm and ventilation shafts, deck with plank texture, deck superstructures, billowing vacuform sails, injection-molded (ratlines, railings, ladders and anchor), anchor chain (thread), masts with structured yard arms, rigging thread, rigging diagram, ships motor boats and life boats, yarn (running ropes), name plate and display stand. Decals and markings for a single ship - flag, pennant and other ship accents.
1/150 scale. Passat. Heller. Early 20th century Hamburg-based Laeisz "Flying P Line" 4-masted steel barque. Kit has full hull, detailed decks (with wood plank texture) and deck houses, ship's boats, full deck fittings and display stand. Also includes ratline jig, injection-molded rigging blocks, highly detailed rigging guide and 2 types of rigging thread. Decals for ship's name and transom decoration. Completed length approximately 29.7" x 15.7" tall.