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The Cutty Sark - a build log: Cutty Sark rigging sheets #howtobuildasailboat

Here are the rigging instructions for the Revell Cutty Sark H-399. these instructions can also be used for the Revell Thermopylae, 1:96 scale. once these are downloaded or copied, they can be printed and pieced together, because each side is one complete page. I will list them as such and in their particular order: left upper, right upper, left lower and right lower. here is page 1. Here is page two, in the same rotation:

Here are the rigging instructions for the Revell Cutty Sark H-399.  these instructions can also be used for the Revell Thermopylae, 1:...

Here are the rigging instructions for the Revell Cutty Sark H-399. these instructions can also be used for the Revell Thermopylae, 1:...

Ship figurehead, Cutty Sark, Greenwich

Cutty Sark, the preserved tea clipper at Greenwich, houses a collection of ships' figureheads from the 19th century. Figureheads were popular from the 16th to the 19th century and in some countries - noteably Holland - there was a belief that a water spirit inhabited the figurehead which would guide the spirits of drowned sailors to the land of the dead. Sailors from ships without figureheads were doomed to wander. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Figurehead to learn more about figureheads.

The Cutty Sark - a build log: Cutty Sark instruction sheets

On the "Models Buzz" website, we have seen quite a few inquiries about the instruction sheet for this ship, making it the most "asked for" set of plans. the kit that I refer to is the Revell Cutty Sark H-399. this kit, along with about ten other kits of the same scale, was put out by Revell during the mid, to late 60's and is still readily available today. from what information i have gathered, it was discontinued in the 90's, but it still can be found on E-Bay, and old model kits websites…

Montague Dawson What a beautiful ship. I love sailing ships. Me too!!                                                                                                                                                      Más

Montague Dawson (1895 – 1973) fue un pintor británico conocido por sus pinturas de barcos navegando, usualmente clípers y barcos de guerra y casi siempre representados en alta mar. Podéis ver más trabajos en ArtCiclopedia. Clic para ampliar.

The ‘Cutty Sark’ waiting in Sydney Harbour for the new season’s wool, c. 1885-94 Source: National Maritime Museum.

The 'Cutty Sark' waiting in Sydney Harbour for the new season's wool, c. 1885-94 Source: National Maritime Museum.

The Cutty Sark in Dry Dock, 1951 - the most famous extreme tea clipper of her age, was finally moored in dry dock at Greenwich in 1954, and opened as a museum in 1957

Description: The Cutty Sark being worked on in a dry dock at Millwall. Date of Execution: 1951 Medium: Photograph Collection: LCC Photo Collection Ref No: SC/PHL/02/0924/443161 Find out more about Cutty Sark on our online catalogue.

Cutty Sark figurehead..."The Sea Witch"

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