Bismarck Model Boat Kit (Complete Set)

Bismarck Model Boat Kit (Complete Set) Maximize

Product Options
Scale
Size in cms / in
 
Bismarck Model Boat Kit - Length 126 cms Height 46 cms Width 18 cms / Length 50 in Height 18 in Width 7 in
 
Total Rating:
0
- 0 reviews
0
0
0
0
0
Add Review
If you can't find what you need just ask....

Ship model kit of Bismarck with complete set

The Bismarck Battleship model is one of our great detailed kits for ship modelling enthusiasts from our Aeronaut product range. The models manufactured by Aeronaut are designed to appeal to the ‘radio control’ modellers. Aeronaut produces also a wide range of fine quality working modern fittings for use with radio controlled ship models. The quality of R/C models by Aeronaut represents a long lasting history which dates back to 1922 when a Master joiner Alois Eggenweiler opens his carpenter shop.

This detailed model is a 1:200 scale model made of plastic hull and wooden decks containing also wooden and plastic fittings. The ship model kit pack includes also detailed manual in several languages and additional plan for completion of the plastic hull, deck, rudder, wood and cardboard sections, propellers with shafts and tubes.

The detailed wooden or plastic fittings include portholes, anchors, anchor cables, headlights, flag-pole, hawse pipes, anchor capstans, life-boats, traffic boats, anti-aircraft artillery, triple turrets, torpedo pipes, masts and many more. The Bismarck ship model kit can be also used for sailing on the water as the model contains radio controlled functions such as ability to go forwards and backwards, rudder control and motor control.

The original Bismarck battleship was one of the two ships from the Bismarck class, named after the famous German Chancellor Otto von Bismarck who was behind the unification of Germany in 1871. It was built in the Hamburg shipyard and was launched in 1939. Bismarck with her sister ship Tirpitz were the largest battleships ever built by Germany. The Bismarck was part of only one offensive operation, in 1941, when she had to break into the Atlantic Ocean and raid Allied shipping from North America to Great Britain.

To view another great wooden ship model kits from this range, browse the Aeronaut section of our website. Please feel free to Contact Premier Ship Models with any questions you may have. 


Only registered user can add review.