Until the sixteenth century, nava was a generic name for all great sailing ships in the basin of the Mediterranean Sea. Famous sailors and experienced merchants from Ragusa, Dubrovnik, had such ships in their fleet.
The basic elements are laser-cut.
The instruction is written in English and Croatian. This is exceptional for this model. Other models have instructions written in English, Italian and Croatian.
The project contains
-designs; 5 sheets measuring 705x885mm each, 31.33''x39.33''
-thick A4 instruction booklet, 137 pages
-6 types of light and dark rigging threads with all rigging materials: 105 meters of rigging threads, 120 deadeyes and rigging blocks, and all other metal and wooden elements for rigging
-fabric for sails with detailed illustrated instructions for making sails that explains literally every step
-more high quality wood materials
-laser-cut wooden sheets, 3 sheets
All required materials for constructing this model are included in the kit.