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Tracey Becker Ship Models January 22nd, 2018 - 11:37:12
Ships of olden times were almost always longer than they were taller. This design choice was augmented by the fact many people of ancient times who built ships simply did not have the technology to make them tall. Instead of height ship builders when for width and length. Daunting heights were soon explored as European ship builders discovered the technology that allowed them to build the ships taller. Tall masts were a trademark of ship building of this time. Like a tiered cake builders could build the stern of the ships higher. Today wood tall ship models copy this same antiquated design. The tiered layer of the ship was very popular among builders. Due to the streamlined shape the ship could both carry more weight and move faster through the water. The sleeping quarters for the officers and the helm were both place in this terraced portion of the ship.
Based on these models the properties equipment and uses of ships were discussed between customers and shipyards. At the same time they served as scale model during construction. Many English and French shipyard models of that period still exist and are displayed in museums. From that time there seems to be a growing popularity of ship models as a decorative object of art. Today ship modelling is a widespread hobby facilitated by easily accessible literature on the development of naval technology and on the history of many famous vessels. Many enthusiasts who either want to buy a model ship or build one themselves will look for help and other offers on the Internet. High in desire by modellers are photos that show a particular ship model in many pictures and perspectives.
Construction has begun on a replica of Friendship a three-masted merchant vessel from Salem Massachusetts. There are replicas of HMS Rose HMS Bounty USB Niagara Providence Spirit of Massachusetts Lady Washington and a host of other tall ships. Connoisseurs of ship modeling have a fascination for tall ship models. The prestigious American Marine Model Gallery located in Salem Massachusetts has a large collection of historic ship models built by the finest ship-modeling artists. Salem was one of Americas busiest seaports and maritime centers during the Great Age of Sail. In the marine model gallery antique ship models including those by Napoleonic prisoners of war navy board ship models builders models and Pond yacht models are available. There are hundreds of dealers offering kits of tall ships for a price ranging from $89.99 to $349.99. There are actual exquisite tall ship models that can cost up to $15000. Various websites have been bringing buyers and sellers together from all around the world.
Sailing ship models are models of wind-powered ships. In olden times before the advent of the steam engines sailing ships were the primary means of transportation across long distances of water. Sailing ships were used for ferrying passengers cargo mail supplies etc. Some of the developing countries still use sailing boats for fishing. There are many tall ship training vessels that provide recreational sailing experience. In the age of sail yore sailing ships had crucial military applications. Several wars were fought using sailing ships. For example Spanish convoys returning with gold and silver plundered from the newly-discovered Americas needed protection from the pirates. Naval battles were fought among the United Kingdom France Spain and the Netherlands with the help of sailing ships.