Cutty Sark

This is a 1/350th Scale Plastic Sailing boat kit Cutty Sark from Academy Plastics. It's for ages 10 and up.

Academy Cutty Sark Plastic Model Sailing Ship 1/350 Scale #1406
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Specifications :
  • Scale: 1/350
  • Length: 8" (20.2cm)
  • Width: 1-1/4" (3.1cm)
  • Height: 5-3/4" (14.5cm) (approximately)
  • Academy Product Number: 1406
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My husband loved it. It was easy to put together and looked great!

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  • Plastic pieces attached to sprues and molded in brown and white.
  • Finely engraved hull and deck detail simulates copper plating and wood texture.
  • All parts are precision injection molded including billowing sails and ratlines.
  • Molded in two colors to minimize painting.
  • Life boats are provided in the event the ship begins to sink.
  • Simple thread rig lines are included.
  • Display stand base and name plate included.
  • Detailed pictorial instructions guide you through assembly.


  • Scale: 1/350
  • Length: 8" (20.2cm)
  • Width: 1-1/4" (3.1cm)
  • Height: 5-3/4" (14.5cm) (approximately)
  • Academy Product Number: 1406


One 1/350th Plastic Clipper Ship Cutty Sark

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"Fun and small."
beaubowden6 (Troy Ohio)
This is a very cheap model. With the discount at hobby lobby I picked it up for 7 bucks to try as my first sailing ship. It is good for the price. It’s a small scale for a sailing ship, but has a decent amount of detail. The rigging was painful. With such a small scale the rigging as very difficult, and fragile. It looks great when finished, but for a beginner at sailing ships I found it difficult. All in all it’s a good model

"Too Small"
I have not built a sailing ship in many years so I started small. The Cutty Sark was my favorite from my teen years but I will buy the larger scale soon. I mean, one could put this kit in a bottle. But the detail is really good and the fit is no problem. The molded sails are one piece for each mast and it comes with ample thread for the rigging. Instructions are clear and the hull detail from the copper plating the wooden planks are fine. It was fun to build but not much for display.

"Very small and time consuming"
I'm still working on it,I don't know if the rigging will ever be complete, yeah it won't. The rigging instructions were pretty vague and it's like soooo tiny when you have bumbling, shaky hands. That being said though, all pieces had great fit out of the box and it's a good time killer while waiting for other projects to dry. Good entertainment for the price.


  • Keep small parts and sharp edges away from children.
  • Care should be taken when using tools and modeling knives.
  • Modeling paint should only be used by an adult in a well-ventilated area.

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