Enterprise Racing Yacht, 1930 America's Cup Defender - Wooden Model Sailboat 24" Long
Enterprise Racing Yacht, 1930 America's Cup Defender - Wooden Model Sailboat 24" Long. Individually built, completely assembled, handcrafted model of the Enterprise Racing Yacht.
The America's Cup Enterprise was a 121-foot J-class yacht designed by W. Starling Burgess and in 1930 defeated the British Cup challenger Shamrock V, designed by Charles Nicholson. Amazingly enough, in 1980, the same 12-meter yacht Enterprise was used as the training and trials boat for the America's Cup defender Freedom. The Freedom went on to defeat the challenger Australia in the 1980 match.
- Hand Built, Fully Assembled museum quality model with Display Stand
- Measures 24" in length, 32" in height and 5" wide
- Beautifully constructed of exotic woods such as ebony, rosewood, yellow and red cedar, mahogany, teak, black wood, walnut, cherry, birch and maple and other tropical woods
- Researched and completely built from scratch, one at a time, in scale to the original plans
- 100% hand built from scratch using "plank on frame" construction method, gluing together multiple pieces of dry, thin wood
- Finely painted and varnished finishes
- Metal parts and details that are bronzed, gold tone or chrome plated or painted
The length of the warranty may vary by product, please refer to your product for the exact terms and conditions of the warranty for your purchase.
- All returns must be recevied within 30 days of receipt of the order.
- Manufacturer defects reported within 30 days of receipt will be supplied a pre-paid label for return shipping upon approval.
- Please contact Go2marine LFS Marine and Outdoor for Manufacture Defects, Returns and help with Warranties.