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Flying Dutchman Pirate Ship 3D Watercraft Model

Flying Dutchman Pirate Ship 3D Watercraft Model

Regular price $49.99 USD
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  • USA: 6-9 Business Days
  • United Kingdom: 7-12 Business Days
  • Ireland: 7-12 Business Days
  • Canada: 7-12 Business Days
  • Australia: 7-14 Business Days
  • New Zealand: 7-14 Business Days
  • Europe: 7 - 12 Business Days
  • Rest of the World: 7-15 Business Days

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To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.

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Number Of Pieces: 369

Assembly Time: 5 Hours

Difficulty Level: 4/5 (Age Recommendation: 14+)

Size: Height: 7.2"(18.5cm), Width: 2"(5.5cm), Depth: 8.6"(22cm)

Ghostly Aesthetic
The 3D watercraft model of the Flying Dutchman is a representation of the legendary ghost ship, famously known to eternally sail the seas. Its ghostly aesthetic is a reminder of the ship’s perpetual ‘fliegend’, eternally cursed to drift with no chance of landing.

Sophisticated Stainless Steel Craftsmanship
Each part of this 3D watercraft model is meticulously crafted from high-quality stainless steel, ensuring durability and long-lasting brilliance. The metal parts are designed for effortless clipping, rendering glue or solder unnecessary during the assembly process.

Telling the Tale
The model allows you to unfold the legendary tale of the Flying Dutchman. Upon completion, this 3D model serves as a striking visual reminder of the ship’s tragic fate, its crew’s attempts to communicate with the land and the supernatural.

Authentic Ship Design
Staying true to its legend, the Flying Dutchman 3D model portrays the ghost ship’s distinct features accurately. From its masts, eternally set to catch the ghostly winds, to the stern, designed to withstand the harshest of spectral storms, each detail is crafted with precision.

Symbol of Maritime Superstition
Every part of the ship has a story to tell, from the haunting sails that catch the ghostly winds to the doomed hull forever floating above the ocean’s depths. Assembling this model allows for a deeper understanding of the legendary tales.

Easy-to-Assemble Design
This Flying Dutchman Pirate Ship model is not only a fascinating toy but an educational one. It comes with comprehensive, easy-to-follow instructions, making the assembly process a breeze.

The Flying Dutchman, also known as the Drifting Dutchman, is a legendary ghost ship doomed to eternally sail the seas. Legend has it that if acknowledged by another vessel, her crew attempts to deliver messages to those on land or to those who have passed away. For seafarers, crossing paths with this spectral ship is considered an omen of impending disaster. Its perpetual state of ‘fliegend’ or continuous flight in German, symbolizes its tragic fate of forever drifting, unable to land.

Note:

  • An assembly tool and bend assist tools are recommended for constructing the puzzle. Please select the bundles if you do not already possess these tools.
  • Adult supervision is required for children to prevent potential choking hazards.

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Eco-friendly material

Non-toxic materials for child-friendly use

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4.98 out of 5 based on 283 reviews

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If you seek a challenging project, this model won't disappoint. A satisfying and artistic creation.

- Percival Gallagher

Completed my first metal model, quite the adventure. Considering trying another one

- Griffin Anderson

Assembling this ship was a pleasure. It's small but beautifully detailed. Use wire snips and tweezers.

- Isadora Foster

One of the largest metal sculptures I've tackled. Fun project with four plates of parts.

- Maximilian Bennett

Excellent

4.8 (1,171 Reviews)