The MS Achille Lauro
The MS Achille Lauro was a cruise ship based in Naples. Built between 1939 and 1947, the MS Achille Lauro was shot down by members of the Palestine Liberation Front in 1985. She has also suffered two serious collisions and four fires or explosions. In the last of these incidents, in 1994, the ship caught fire and sank in the Indian Ocean off Somalia.
The MS Achille Lauro Ship Model
The materials used in the construction of the MS Achille Lauro model are carefully hand-picked and prepared. The model is constructed using the plank-on-frame construction method. The finishing touches are made with polished metal fittings and hand-stitched leather covers. The MS Achille Lauro model is one of our manufacturer’s majestic ships. It is one of the new models in our catalogue. It is also important to know that all the models are ready to be displayed and are supplied with a wooden base and a brass nameplate.
Our manufacturer puts a lot of effort into the quality of the products and every step of the construction process is checked. The team is made up of master craftsmen who work diligently using traditional skills to build each ship model. These skills have been developed over many years to create detail and precision in the rendering of models of different vessels.