Linx Baltimore Schooner (HPS/745)
A typical American schooner, the “Lynx” was launched from the Baltimore dockyards in the early 19th century. She took part in the Great Lakes Battle in 1812 and was captured by Sir John Warren’s squadron at Rappahnnock river on 13th April 1813.
A plank on frame construction, the kit contains:- Building plans with general details, English instructions, walnut or lime planking, wooden masts and spars, brass and walnut fittings and rigging cord. All sheet ply sections are laser cut for accuracy.
Scale 1:62 Length 860mm
You may also require Super Glue Slow (ref. code HSG/20S or HSG/50S) and Debonder (AD48).
8151 - Bends metal or wood strip materials. Comes with 3 sets of jaws for square, curved or bent formation.
8150 - Bends strip materials over the roller faces. Great for internal bends. Different roller faces to enable you to choose the degree of bend required.
8155 - Cutting and parring tool. Also holds the keel section of the hull for easier handling during construction.