This is a static display model of the Crabbing Skiff used along the northern
East Coast during the 1880s to the early 1900s. This is a "Skill Level 1" kit
for modelers with none to little building experience.
Full size rolled plans and 48-page illustrated instruction manual
Die-cut basswood, mahogany, and plywood parts
Hardwood display base with die-cut cradle ends
Complete fittings set (which includes: sail material, rigging cordage,
plastic cleats and block, brass eyebolts, and cast metal pintles and
Glues, hobby knife, hobby saw, paint, paintbrush, masking tape, T-pins,
sandpaper, drill, needle nose pliers, and ruler.
Length: 14.5" Beam: 3.25" Height: 13" Scale: 5/8" to 1'
Kit is pictured on the box cover painted with Floquil Model Railroad lacquer
paint (which we do not carry). These paints are available at local
hobby shops. (Or use some other paints -- acrylics, etc).