Mini Mamoli 1:135th HMS Bounty Wooden Boat Kit

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Mini Mamoli 1:135th HMS Bounty Wooden Boat Kit (MM01)
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Mini Mamoli Miniature Model Kits

These detailed miniature scale models offer a good challenge to any keen modelmaker as well as a good introduction to model ship building.

HMS Bounty

  • Height 260mm
  • Length 335mm
  • 1:135 Scale
  • Laser Cut Parts
  • Miniature Scaled Fittings

Requires Paints and Glue to Complete

Mini Mamoli kits feature solid hulls that are pre-carved and perfectly shaped. They are well detailed with laser cut parts, fine grained wood dowels for the masts and spars and individual planking strips for the decks. Scaled fittings include metal parts, cotton rigging and silk screen flags.One to one plans and instructions make these a 15 to 20 hour kit.

Recommended for ages 14 and above

William Bligh was appointed to Bounty on 16th August 1787 and supervised her fitting out at Deptford yard. On 23rd December 1787 Bounty left Spithead, arriving in Tahiti just over 10 months later. After a stay of over 5 months, the Bounty left Tahiti.

From 5th April to 27th April 1789, Bounty made stops at several small islands while sailing westward towards Endeavour Strait. On the morning of the 28th April, while the ship lay off Torfua, part of Bounty’s crew mutinied under the leadership of Fletcher Christian. The mutineers took command of the ship, and put Bligh and 18 loyal followers into the 23ft launch.