From the end of the 8th century, the Vikings, who came from Scandinavia, regularly appeared in Britain and on the European mainland with their longships for raids. mainland Europe with their longships for raids on a regular basis. These 20-metre-long battleships had a bow at the front and a bow at the back, so that they could enter or leave in both directions. so that they could sail in or out in both directions. Thanks to a shallow draught of just under 1.50 metres, the metres, the Vikings were also able to sail or row on rivers and thus raid areas deep in the inland. The Vikings used these fast and manoeuvrable ships, also known as dragons, to penetrate the Vikings penetrated as far as Iceland, Greenland and even North America, as settlement finds prove. settlement finds prove.
Two-part hull with wood grain
Large deck parts with engraved details
typical dragon head
64 separate, individual shields
Anchor and 32 oars
Mast, yard and twine for authentic rigging
Comprehensive decal for all shields and the sail
In addition to base colours, glue and brushes are also included.
Scope of delivery:
Plastic model kit (not assembled), Illustrated, multilingual building instructions, Decals, Paints (Revell Aqua Color), Brushes, Glue (Revell Contacta Professional Mini)