The Le Renard is a sailboat in 1812 in Saint Malo (France) water left by the famous corsair Robert Surcouf. For France, enemy merchant ships attack and capture of the crew was his main occupation. The victory of Le Renard on Alphea, an English schooner, was milestone in the history of Saint Malo and made a flight place for all major pirate groups in the world. This event has contributed greatly to the prestige and wealth of this city. In 1988 made an association of Saint Malo is a faithful copy of this elegant ship. Today, Le Renard crosses proudly world's oceans.
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||61.5 x 23.8 x 56 cm|
|Tools Required||Glue, paint, thinner, tools, paint, stain|
|Content||The kit includes all the wooden parts, fittings, drawings and assembly instructions..|