The Golden Hind, the ship Francis Drake between 1577 and 1580 made a trip to the world. The original name of this boat was Pelican, famous because it has played an important role as the flagship of the adventures of the privateer Francis Drake, in the service of Queen Elizabeth I, from Plymouth aboard the Pelican along with four smaller vessels. The expedition focused on South America and in August 1578 they reached the dreaded Strait of Magellan. Here Drake christened the ship to Golden Hind in honor of his patron Christopher Hatton, whose arms had a golden deer.
|Dimensions (L x W x H)||53.5 x 43.5 x 22.5 cm|
|Tools Required||Wood glue, paint, thinner, tools, paint, stain|
|Content|| The kit includes all the wooden parts, fittings, drawings |
Dutch construction and description.