A beautiful regatta cutter dating from 1898, which the prestigious sailor Eric Tabarly saved from a miserable fate, rescuing it from the muddy Loire corner where it was run aground.
On the 14th June 1998, Eric Tabarly, 66, often described as the father of yachting in France, was lost off his yacht Pen Duick, while on passage from Newlyn, Cornwall to Belfast.
The kit contains
Laser cut board pieces, wood, brass and die-cast parts.
Cotton sails, cut and sewn by hand.
Detailed assembly instructions with color images.
Complete set of drawings in real scale model.
The model does not include the stand.
Size: Length 543mm, Height 726mm, Beam 93mm