Die bekannten Bausätze aus der Mini Mamoli Serie wurden neu aufgelegt. Mit Schmuckverpackung und günstigem Preis ein ideales Geschenk für den interessierten Modellbaueinsteiger. Die einfachen Modelle sind mit etwas Geschick in wenigen Stunden fertig gebaut.
Werkzeug, Farben und Klebstoffe sind nicht enthalten.
- Vorgefertigter Holzrumpf
- Komplett mit Beschlagteilen
- Mehrsprachige Anleitung
- Bootsständer enthalten
Länge 310 mm
Höhe 265 mm
The first Lemster barges were built in 1876 in the “Gebr. De Boer” shipyard in Lemmer, Friesland. The original length of the wooden barges was initially 36 feet but gradually increased to 38, 40 and 42 feet. In 1902, the shipyard started building the Lemster barge with an iron hull and the length increased to 45, 47 and 50 feet. The Lemster barge was originally a fishing vessel for use on the Northern part of the then still open Zuiderzee, where, during wind against tide, often very foul seas developed. Therefore the ship was designed to be very seaworthy and she had very good sailing capabilities. These properties and her flowing lines make the Lemster barge one of the best and beautiful Dutch round sailing yachts. Originating in Friesland in the Northern part of the Nederland, the Lemster barge still carved herself a place in the fishing fleet of Zeeland in the South-western part of the Netherlands, were
she was used for mussel fishing. The Lemster barge also won the heart of many yachtsmen, and in 1907, the “Gebr. De Boer” shipyard built the first iron-hulled sailing yacht, called “Antje”. The best known Lemster barge is undoubtedly “De Groene Draeck” (The Green Dragon), designed by A. de Boer and built by G. de Vries Lentsch Jr in Amsterdam, and on June 15, 1957 presented to the Dutch crown princess H.R.H. Princess Beatrix.