HMS Fly Model Ship Kit (Victory Models 1300/03)

 

  • Difficulty Level: Advanced
  • Hull Type:  Plank on Frame
  • Box Contents: A comprehensive fittings package includes dowels for masts, boom and bowsprit. The rich ornamentation of the original vessel is accurately reproduced. You'll find cast metal figurehead, stern ornamentation, quarter badge decorations and photo-etched brass for hull and stern decorations.

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$ 512.27

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Wooden ship model kit of HMS Fly

The HMS Fly wooden ship kit offered at Premier Ship Models is one of our kits from the Amati range, an Italian manufacturer with a long history of model making of quality kits. This model will appeal to enthusiasts as well as to anyone admiring precise modelling skills. One of the objectives of Amati regarding model making is to focus on accuracy, which Amati considers to be a major requisite in miniatures reproduction.

Accurate construction plans and detailed instructions are provided with every quality wooden kit model. This HMS Fly wooden ship kit is beautifully presented will all fittings and clear instructions provided will help you to build a perfect replica kit. Premier Ship Models offers also a service of assembling the kit for our customers and dispatch it as a ready to display ship model. This HMS Fly’s parts are laser cut including keel, frames, deck, metal and brass accessories. Easy to follow instruction manual is also included.

HMS Fly was launched in 1831 and her purpose was to explore Australia’s north-east coast and nearby islands under the flag of the Royal Navy. The length of the ship was more than 114 feet, beam towering to a height of more than 31 feet and a hold depth was more than 14 feet. HMS Fly was also equipped with sixteen carronades and a pair of bow chasers.

HMS Fly initially served on the North America and West Indies station from January 1832 under the command of Peter M’Quhae until returning to Plymouth in September 1833. During 1840, the HMS Fly was cruising around many of Australia’s locations until returning to Great Britain in June of 1846. After several years, she was laid up as a coal hulk at Devonport in 1855 and renamed to C2 and C70 and eventually broken up in 1903.

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EVM1300/03