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BARQUE 'STEFANO' 112,1cm 1:63
€669 $734 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
The bark, barque or barc, is a type of ship with three or more masts with the foremasts equipped with square sails and the sternmast with spanker and peak sail. The word barque comes from the Latin barca which derives from Spanish or Italian. The Latin word barca may come from Greek "baris" or Celtic "barc", a term used for an Egyptian boat. Rig of a three-masted barque: By the end of the 18th century, the term barque (sometimes spelled bark) began to refer to any sailing vessel with a particular type of sails, that consists of three (or more) masts, which at the foremast have square sails and at the stern mast have the spanker and the peak sail. Barques were the cargo ship of the mid-19th century with a smaller crews. The advantage of these rigs was that they took less crews than a comparable full-rigged ship or brig-rigged vessel as they had smaller square sails, which made it cheaper. On the other hand, the ship rigged like this was used for sailors' training, with a small crew and a large number of passengers, therefore, a larger number of trained sailors. Another advantage was that the barque can be faster than a schooner or barkentine, it is both easier to handle and better to upwind than a full-rigged ship. While a full-rigged ship is the best runner available, and a four or five-masted schooner is the best at going upwind, the barque is often the best choice, because it was the best combination of the two. Most of the ocean-going windjammers are four-masted barques, since their rig is considered the most efficient, thanks to the easiness to handle, the small crew, the speed and the good capabilities toward wind. Usually the main mast is the tallest. The four-masted barque could be handled with a surprisingly small crew (at least ten sailors), while the usual crew is about thirty. Almost half of them could be apprentices. The Stefano bark's history : The past of the barque Stefano from Rijeka is closely connected with the family Bacic from Dubrovnik. When the grain merchant and shipowner Nicholas Bacic from Dubrovnik came to Rijeka in 1865, began the history of the family's branch of Rijeka. Nikola Bacic had several sailing ships for long trips among which the barques Caterina V, Giuseppina Francesca, Giovanna Maria, Due cognato, Nuova fama, Eugenio, Due cognate, Vincenza, risorto, Antal and Stefano dominated. His son Stefano Bacic, a young captain of long trips, handled the sailingboats Vincenzo and Stefano. The Barque Stefano was named after him. Unfortunately, Stefano Bacic died young at the age of only 24 years. He was buried in Rijeka. Barque Stefano was built in 1873 in Rijeka, in the shipyard of Brazzoduro brothers. During the 1875, the barque Stefano started to sail for Australia. It was her third journey, during which eperienced shipwreck near Cape Cloates on the coast of Australia October 27, 1875. The ship was traveling from Cardiff to Hong Kong. Among more than 20 crew members survived only two, cadet Miho Bacic and sailor Ivan Juric. Miho Bacic was the nephew of the shipowner Nicholas Bacic. After returning to his homeland during 1876, the surviving members of the crew told what happened on barque Stefano to Dubrovnik Dominican Stefan Skura. Moreover, Miho Bacic on May 16, 1876 sent a letter to his relatives in Dubrovnik where he described the unfortunate fate of his companions on barque Stefano and the life among Australian aboriginals lasted six months.

ARGOSY - Ragusian Galleon 71,7cm 1:59
€254 $279 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
The Galleon is a sailing vessel for war and commerce of the VI and VII centuries, a type of transitory ship between the galeasa and the ship of the line. It was born from the need to make long journeys, when the galeasa, as transitory type from a rowing ship to a sail one, was no longer suitable to travel to distant overseas areas. Towards the middle of the 15th century the galleon is the best vessel after the carrak, with high sides, a little bit longer and faster than the nave. The bow had a long front and recalled the big galley, hence the name. It was a galleon with the bow «like carrack». Such a bow in the shape of carrack was maintained on some ships until 1590. Usually it had two decks, an angular and cut off stern, that ended with a high quarterdeck with two or three floors. The lowest circumference was in front of the large mast and, on the bow behind the fore mast, rose a regular quadrangular castle. The castle and the front are the main characteristics of the galleon. On the top of the front, at the main deck' s height, there was a figure head. First galleons of the XVI century were primarily warships. The big galleon in the beginning of the XVII century had three or four masts and a bowsprit. Under the bowsprit outstretched a crossed sail. The bow mast was high ¾ of the water line's length and carried three crossed sails. The main mast was as tall as the water line. Also on it were outstretched three crossed sails. In the middle of the quarterdeck stayed a thin mast of flint, tall as half of the main mast and it carried the lateen sail. Behind it sometimes there was a fourth, thin mast, quite low, occasionally planted on the top of the rudder. Also on it there was the lateen sail. On each mast there was a crow's nest. Smaller galleons had the same shape as the big ones, they were different only in size and number of masts and sails. They had three masts. On the front mast were outstretched two crossed sails, as on the main mast, while on the mast of the stern outstretched a lateen sail. A crow' s nest was on the front and main masts. Around the middle of the XVI century, the galleons become real warships and at the beginning of the XVII century the name of galleon is synonym for ship of the line. Merchant galleons were used for long trips to overseas areas newly discovered. The most preserved galleons are spanish and ragusan, used for the transport of silver from Peru and Mexico. They sailed in groups, fleets, from which the name fleet. At that time the galleons were bigger than the caravel, but smaller than the carrack of Dubrovnik. They weighed 200-500 tons. The ragusan galleons, something different from the structural characteristics of the other galleons of the time and of the big and spacious carracks of Dubrovnik, are named argosies, their name date from ragusies, adjective of Raguse (Dubrovnik). How these ragusan ships were appreciated shows the best the fact that the English made for them a literary expression: argosy. The keel and the posts are made of solid walnut wood, like all the elements of the deck and sides. The sails are embroidered on the cloth.The structural elements are laser cut.

Ragusian Carrack 77,5cm 1:59
€267 $293 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
Carrack probably took her name from Arabic word karraka, which means light boat (Carrack, carraque, kraeck, Carraca). This is a big sailing ship in use from the 14th to the 17th century, designed for transporting goods. Carrack appeared in Venice in the early 14th century, but almost at the same time began to be built in the city of Dubrovnik (Ragusa) as the largest cargo ships in the Adriatic. In the 15th century Carrack had spread from the Adriatic, the Mediterranean Sea and at the end of the 15th century, the Atlantic Ocean. Then they were built by the Spanish, Portuguese, French and Dutch. In the 16th century Dubrovnik's Carrack were among the world’s largest ships and sailed to England. The large and spacious Carrack is called argosies, name that derives from ragusies, the adjective of Ragusa. How popular were the Carrack of Dubrovnik is the best proof that the English have created for them the literary expression of Argosy ship. The keel and the posts are made of solid walnut wood, like all the elements of the deck and sides. The sails are embroidered on the cloth.The structural elements are laser cut.

RAGUSIAN COG XVIct. 65cm 1:48
€240 $263 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
Cog is the war and merchant ship in the North Sea, the Mediterranean and the Adriatic Sea, with a big lead and two small reserve masts, whose main characteristic is high and tight bow tower forward with a almost horizontal triangular deck. One feature of this ship are the side openings for boarding horses and cattle and she is designed primarly for transporting army. She is mentioned for the first time in the 11th century, and across the Mediterranean in the 13th century. These ships were initially inaccessible thanks to the impregnable citadel. Together with cogs often sailed naves, caravels and carrack. This is a model with completely furnished interiors, store and cabins, which makes it very beautiful and interesting. The keel and the posts are made of solid walnut wood, like all the elements below the deck and the deck. The sails are embroidered on the cloth. In the box there are 9 plates laser cut. There are bars and all the necessary material. The model is designed for experienced modelers. You will really enjoy in the realization of this model.

PELIG 87,9cm 1:32
€240 $263 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
Pelig is a coastal cargo sailing ship with two masts, whose hull is similar to the trabaccalo, with round sides and round bottom with keel. She is long from 11 up to 27, up to 6 meters large and up 2,5 meters high. Her capacity is from 20 up to 100 tons. In a later stage of development she has a tapered bow and a narrower stern as in the lugger. She differs from the trabaccalo, as all sailers distinguish themselves, for the sails. Specifically, on the mast of the stern is developped a gaff sail with a gaff topsail, not a boomed standing lugsail as in the trabaccalo. In the final stage of development, on some pelig, on the top of masts is developped one crossed sail. The keel and the posts are made of solid walnut wood, like all the elements of the deck and sides. The sails are embroidered on the cloth.The structural elements are laser cut.

TRABACCOLO 80,9cm 1:32
€267 $293 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
Trabakul, trabakuo and trabakula are different names for the same vessel of the Italian and Croatian people. She is a typical two-masted sailing boat intended for sailing on the Adriatic coast, rarely seen outside the Straits of Otranto. The name itself Pellegrini comes from the Arabic word tabaquah, roof. She's up to 30m long, up to 6m wide and her draught is up to 2m. She can take from 60 to 200 tons. Undoubtedly a descendant of navis rotunda, round antique boats, designed exclusively for the transport of merchandise. Easy to equip, maintain and handle, was used for several purposes. This is a model with completely furnished interiors, store and cabins, which makes it very beautiful and interesting. The keel and the posts are made of solid walnut wood, like all the elements below the deck and the deck. The sails are embroidered on the cloth. In the box there are 11 plates laser cut. There are bars and all the necessary material. The model is designed for experienced modelers. You will really enjoy in the realization of this model.

BRAZZERA 72cm 1:32
€240 $263 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
Bracera is a Croatian sailing cargo ship, whose hull is between 15 and 17 meters long, which appears already in the sixteenth century as a logical result of the evolution of the ship round, navis rotunda, an old cargo ship. Even in the fifteenth century, some types of ships differed from the other ships of Brac in the Adriatic and brought the name of type and markings or Bracana. In the sixteenth century there was next to the Adriatic bragagnu from Chioggia, the braganja Brac. At first our fishermen called her ćozota and the other was called brazzera by the Italian fishermen of Chioggia and Venice, from which of the name bracera today. Not always has the same features of construction and narrowly defined purpose and is not exactly defined as the most recent bracera from the eighteenth century. The term bracera is found in Kotor along up to the entire eastern Adriatic coast, across the lagoon of Venice to Ancona. The first written record of this ship on the Croatian Adriatic comes from Venetian sources, brazier, 1556 and the first Croatian sources we learn that bore a similar name, bracijera in 1878. year. There is no solid source of origin of her name. Researchers have come to different conclusions. Some of them thought that her name came from the island of Brac, where it would be born, while others named after the main propulsion system, or rowing, from brachium, braccio, the arm muscles. Others thought that she was named to the purpose of small sailing boats as the gallery, speronera, manzera etc. This is a model with completely furnished interiors, store and cabins, which makes it very beautiful and interesting. The keel and the posts are made of solid walnut wood, like all the elements below the deck and the deck. The sails are embroidered on the cloth. In the box there are 11 plates laser cut. There are bars and all the necessary material ... the model is designed for experienced modelers. You will really enjoy in the realization of this model.

ŠTILAC 61cm 1:32
€160 $176 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
ŠTILAC is a ship of recent times, namely of the 19th century, is welcomed by a large number of boat builders. She is built along the east coast of the Adriatic Sea to transport a wide variety of products linking the islands to the mainland. To explain and present this simple design, between the coastal people there is “a deep rooted” expression for the construction of the ship - well done. The stern and sails were taken from Bracera, the bow by the logger. This ship can be from 12 to 20 meters long. ŠTILAC still sails today, obviously with an engine and without sails and is used for the transport of passengers and for the extraction and transport of marine sands. The keel and the posts are made of solid walnut wood, like all the elements of the deck and sides. The sails are embroidered on the cloth. The structural elements are laser cut.

GAJETA 48,0cm 1:14
€147 $162 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
Gajeta is a wooden boat which was previously used for fishing, nowadays is almost used to transport cargo. On the croatian coast is widely used in the areas of Zadar, Sibenik and Split and navigates all along the east coast of the Adriatic Sea, from Kotor to Venice. Her lenght is up to 12 meters and the width up to 4 meters. Already in the XVI century looms her distinctive shape, while the name of Gajeta appears only in the XVII century. Distinguishing characteristics of the boats date from the ancient times of the pirate' s ships of Neretva and Omiš, from the times of Croatian sagenas, from the ships of King Tomislav, which probably had similar shapes, with rounded bow and stern. This is a small and fast boat, with great maneuvering abilities. The gajeta' s means of propulsion are mainly the oars, but not rarely the gajetas have also a mast, on which outstretched a lateen sail. Very rare were gajetas, especially those of new construction, equipped with an additional staysail or gaff sail. Gaetas sail still nowadays, equipped with a motor. This is a model in which all the elements on the sides and deck are made of solid walnut wood. The sails are embroidered on the cloth. The structural elements are laser cut.

PASARA 44,3cm 1:14
€93 $102 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
lightweight wooden boat, suitable for sport fishing and sailing. She is used all along the Croatian coast. Depending on their length differ large and small dinghies. Small dinghies are up to 4.8 m long, open along her entire length, large dinghies, 5-6m long, have one third of the front deck covered. Sometimes they have hatch with a lid to descend in the bow area. Placed among the medium-sized boats. Compared to other boats differs for the straight stern cut, ending with the so-called mirror (the transom). Small dinghies often assumed the role “kaić”, with which they refilled larger sailing boats. The structural elements are laser cut and the unpainted remain parts are of walnut wood.

FALKUSA 70,4cm 1:20
€153 $168 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
Cargo and fishing boats of the island of Vis. Gajeta falkuša is designed according to the needs of fishermen from Komiža who sailed for centuries to 42 miles away from Palagruža, an area rich in fish and where they ruled. Loaded with salt for the salting of fish, fishing gear and other objects, they sailed by day using the mistral, the north-west wind and returned in the evening and night, sailing with the south wind. This method of navigation that required two types of vessels, cargo and fishing, and just did falkuša. As they sailed toward the destination or returning from there, gajeta falkuša had set Folke (opposite) and developed with the mast and sails spirit. At destination they left the folk, mast, boomand and sails on the beach not to be disturbed while handling nets and fishing accessories. During the return they salted the fish wasting no time. Gajeta falkuša is made so that the five crew member can easily extract the shoreline coast in places where there are no safe harbors. This is a model in which the keel, post and all the elements on the sides and deck are made of solid walnut wood. The sails are embroidered on the cloth. Structural elements are laser cut.

TRAJTA - fishing and cargo boat from Korčula 63,8cm 1:20
€161 $176 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
Cargo is a wooden boat firmly rooted among the fishermen of the adriatic coast, widespread throughout the Mediterranean. On the east coast of the Adriatic Sea she' s known also under the names legut and levut, and then as leuto and liuto in Italy, laudus, laud Katalan in Spain, leudo Ligure on the Ligurian Sea, and even in the XIV century the boat lignetum was built in Dubrovnik. The name come from the italian word legno, which means wood. On the island of Korcula she' s called trata, trakta or trajta, and for her exist also the names barka, lađa, vlahinja, boat or gajeta. She' s the biggest adriatic boat, which reaches a lenght of up to 20 meters, whose capacity is up to 10 tons. The similarities in design and use with gajeta are such, that it is often difficult to distinguish them. In Croatia she' s first mentioned in the writings of Trogir 1617 and by now she has developed into a few basic shapes, among which the most distinctive are the cargos of Korcula, Betina and Zadar. The cargo bases her navigation more on sail than on oars, for this reason has a mast on which outstreched the lateen sail. Trajta is undoubtedly a cargo boat of Korculan construction, but she has also something of the gajeta' s structural characteristics. Her name comes from the name of the fishing nets, dragged by such boats. In fact this is a kind of seine net which in Korcula, Smokvica, Lumbarda and Pelješca are called trajta, meaning tow, drag. It comes directly from the latin word tracta, which is feminine passive past particple of the verb trahere (drag). In the same way is called the group of people which fishes with this type of net. Trajta, the fishing boat, is mentioned for the first time as trakta in 1734 on Mljetu and in 1742 in Ston. Trajta today, unfortunately, is no longer used. This is a model on which the keel and all the elements of the sides and deck are made of solid walnut wood. The sail is embroidered on the cloth. Structural elements are laser cut.

LIBURNIAN MONOREME 56,9cm 1:63
€133 $146 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
llyrian warship Liburna, a rowing warship used from 8th to 1st century b.C. She takes her name from the Liburnians, who first built this ship, which is characterized by versatility and high speed. They distinguished themselves for their good maneuverability in the battle of Actium (31st year b.C.), so the Romans took them over as the best ship of war. Their name soon became well known throughout Europe representing for several centuries a synonymous with warship. So later bireme and trireme, though many writers call them Liburnians, it should distinguish it from true Liburna. This is a model in which all the elements on the sides and deck are made of solid walnut wood. The sails are embroidered on the cloth. The structural elements are laser cut.

SAINT JEROME XVIct. 68cm 1:75
€208 $228 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
St. Jerome is galley of Hvar of the sixteenth century, that participated in the Battle of Lepanto under the Venetian flag. She was about fifty meters long and had 23 oars on each side. The battery was made up of five guns placed on the bow. This is a model on which the keel and all the elements of the sides and deck are made of solid walnut wood. The sails are embroidered on the cloth. Structural elements are laser cut.

RAGUSIAN GALLEY XVIIIct. 78cm 1:75
€147 $162 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
Dubrovnik galley was an integral part of the Dubrovnik's war fleet, which in the seventeenth and eighteenth century had only a few small warships, at most ten, formed solely because of frequent harassment and looting by pirates and cargo ships at that time. Ships stationed in Dubrovnik and Mali Ston. Other Croatian coastal centers had this type of boat along the eastern Adriatic coast: Kotor, Omis, Senj, and others. Dubrovnik galley was driven by the wind and the rowers, Galiot, who were both sailors and soldiers, as appropriate, but also condemned criminals to row State Ships. Feature was their quickness and speed, were used for military, police and customs purposes, courier services and for the transport of diplomats and senior civil servants. Transporting the goods at the expense of the state. This is a model on which the keel and all the elements of the sides and deck are made of solid walnut wood. The sails are embroidered on the cloth. Structural elements are laser cut.

LIBURNIAN MERCHANT SHIP NOVILARA 69cm 1:35
€127 $141 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
These Liburnians ships used for commercial and war purposes were built between the present towns of Zadar and Rijeka and in Novilara on the other side of the Adriatic Sea. Their builders have sailed on them throughout the Adriatic Sea already 900 years before Christ. Historians have traced this type of ship according to the view of color engraved on the tombstone Novilara in Pesaro, sculpture of the Mycenean era. It shows the battle Novilara and Liburna, where identical boats were used.This is a model whose rostrum was used for stranding on the coast shoreline, but also to break through the hull of other ships in battle, which is clearly seen in the figure. The figure clearly shows that the stern rudder had tied a rope to the stern which is historically attested, and the use of which has been confirmed only in the XV. c. The sail is embroidered on the cloth. Structural elements are laser cut.

SANTA MARIA 65cm 1:60
€187 $204 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
It is not necessary to say many words about the famous Christopher Columbus’s boat Santa Maria. The model is described in great detail. The sails are embroidered on the cloth. Structural elements are laser cut.

BATELINA 34cm 1:10
€60 $66 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
A continuing of the Monotip Optimist model ship school. You will master simple planking. After constructing this model, you are capable for building one of the following models. Structural elements are laser cut.

OPTIMIST DINGHY 39cm 1:6
€53 $58 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
An ideal continuing of a model ship school. You will upgrade everything you have learned during the construction of Neretvanska Trupa. You will master the construction of a simple sail and placement of a rudder. Structural elements are laser cut.

NERETVANSKA TRUPA (boat from the river Neretva) 50cm 1:8
€35 $38 -Bank transfer -5% discount, PayPal +5% additional charge.
An ideal beginning for everyone who wants to become a serious model ship constructor. On this model you will master the construction of frames and placement of a single part sheating. Structural elements are laser cut.

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