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80cm length, "Danmark" wooden sailboat model, speical antique Rusty color on sailing model, Proud of Danmark

$89.99
1-3 Pieces
$79.99
4-39 Pieces
$49.99
40-119 Pieces
$29.00
>=120 Pieces
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1 Piece
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Zhejiang Yinmao Import & Export Co., Ltd.

CN Trading Company
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Material: Wood
Technique: Painted
Use: Art &amp; Collectible
Place of Origin: Zhejiang China
Brand Name: YM
Model Number: 803-78
Type: Teak
Style: Antique Imitation
Product Type: Model
Theme: antique collection
Regional Feature: Europe
SIZE: 80 x 12 x78 cm
Delivery Detail: 5 days after payment
Selling Units: Single item
Single package size: 75X42X12 cm
Single gross weight: 3 KG
Package Type: standard export carton
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Pls contact with me how many you need and where u are, I will supply the best shipping offer.

 

The best ship of Danmark, 80cm length

 

We have 2 finish, white and antique rusty finish.

 

We did rusty finish on wood ship model, not on metal material, that mean this finish will be keep same for many years!

 

Each ship is special, not 100% same.

 

 

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THE DANMARK   is a full-rigged ship owned by the Danish Maritime Authority and based at the Maritime Training and Education Centre in Frederikshavn, Denmark.

 

Danmark is 252 feet (77 m) in overall length with a beam of 32 feet (9.8 m) and a depth of 17 feet (5.2 m), with a gross tonnage of 790 tons. She was designed for a crew complement of 120 but in a 1959 refit this was reduced to 80. Although she is equipped with a 486-hp diesel engine capable of 9 knots (17 km/h) in other respects she retains many primitive features: for example, the steering gear lacks any mechanical assistance, and the stock anchors are raised by a capstan rather than a powered windlass. The permanent crew has berths, but the trainees sleep in hammocks.

 

The Danmark succeeded the København, a five-masted barque which was lost mysteriously at sea at the end of 1928, as Denmark's principal training ship.  Launched in 1932 at the Nakskov Shipyard in Lolland and fitted out the following year, she was built to train officers of the Danish merchant marine. In 1939 she visited the United States to participate in the 1939 Worlds Fair in New York City, but at the outbreak of hostilities in World War II she was ordered to remain in US waters to avoid capture by the Germans. She was then based in Jacksonville, Florida and maintained with the help of the Danish American community there.

 

After the attack on Pearl Harbor the captain, Knud L. Hansen, offered the ship to the U.S. government as a training vessel. This offer was accepted, and the Danmark moved to New London, Connecticut to train cadets at the United States Coast Guard Academy there. Approximately five thousand cadets were trained before the ship was returned to Denmark in 1945. Her designation in the U.S. Coast Guard was USCGC Danmark (WIX-283). She resumed her training duties the following year. In recognition of her wartime service, a bronze plaque was placed on the mainmast, and the Danmark was given the honor of leading the parade of ships at the 1964 Worlds Fair in New York. Experience with the Danmark led to the acquisition of the USCGC Eagle from Germany at the end of the war as a training vessel.

 

Training voyages continue to be offered, not only to Danes but also to those of any nation interested in learning the basics of seamanship on a large sailing vessel.

 

The ship was one out of seven ships that was used for filming in the British BBC TV-series Onedin Line (1971-1980).

 

The more details of Ship Danmark: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danmark_(ship)

 

FAQ

Q:Are you trading company or manufacturer ?
A: We are a group company now, 100% own 3 different factory for over 10 years, so our price is competitive.

Q:What is the minimum order quantity?
A:Normally our MOQ is around 100pcs, it depend on different projects.

Q:Can we add own logo or change product size even design?
A:We can add customer logo on our product, and change size, color or details as customer requirement.

If you want to make a new product, please send us drawing or pictures, then our design workers will finish it.

Q:Is your package safe?
A: We can do any packing as your requirement, just like standard export carton, mail order packing, color box with pvc window.
Q:How long is your delivery time?
A: In depends on the order quantity. Normally 40-60 days after receiving 30% deposit and the confirmation of all details.

Meanwhile, if you buy our wholesale items, we can ready in 7 days!
Q:What is your shipping term?
A: Sea shipping, air shipping, train shipping, express are all ok for us. We can use customer forwarder, also we have own forwarder partner.

Q:How can you guarantee your sales's quality?
A: We have special QUALITY CONTROL TEAM  in each procedure to make sure the product are perfect.
Q:Which kind of test reports do you products have?
A:Our products successfully passed IS09001,ISO14001.
Q:What are the terms of payment in your formal trade?
A: Normally 30% down payment before the production and the balance should be see against copy of BL.
Q:What preferential terms you could give me if I increase the order's quantity?
A:The more you order, the more discount you will enjoy.


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