Bluenose II Wooden Ship Model Kit

This is the Latina 1/75 scale Bluenose II Wooden Model Kit. For Advanced Modelers. The Bluenose II, built in 1964, was a replica of the original Bluenose that was launched in Nova Scotia in 1921. It became the fastest yacht winning every race it entered on the US's Eastern Seaboard.

Latina Bluenose II Wooden Ship Model Kit
 Latina Ship Models # lat22453
Retail $212.99
Latina Ship Models Item # lat22453
Specifications :
  • Length: 690mm (27.2")
  • Height: 570mm (22.4")
  • Beam (Width): 110mm (4.3")
  • Scale: 1/75
  • Latina Product Number: 22453
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"Bluenose II kit."
I liked this kit a lot. The instructions are a bit lacking but if you've done some ships you can pretty much figure it out. I really like the completed result and the eife liked it enough that it's on display in our bed room. A challenge no doubt but well worth the effort.

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  • Brass nails and metal deck fittings.
  • Various types of wood for authentic appearance.
  • Different weight and color thread for rigging.
  • Precut and sewn cloth sails for authentic appearance.
  • Instructions are on a CD ROM (not printed)


  • Length: 690mm (27.2")
  • Height: 570mm (22.4")
  • Beam (Width): 110mm (4.3")
  • Scale: 1/75
  • Latina Product Number: 22453


One Latina 1/75 scale Bluenose II Wooden Model Kit with all planking for hull cabins, deck and deck fittings, brass and metal deck and hull fittings, pre-sewn cloth sails and instruction manual

Requirements & Suggestions

  • Batten bender, heat source such as an electric welder, shoemaker's glue, white glue, CA glue, varnish, putty, stain, airbrush supplies and paint, assortment of sanding paper
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"Bluenose II"
arbee46 (BC. Canada)
Firstly, I enjoyed building the model up to the time I started on the rigging and the rigging of the sails. Their are no instructions in the books ( Poor to start with ), for any running rigging; ie; NO topping lifts on any boom; NO Quarter lifts; NO Sheet Lines of any kind; NO Footropes or Stirrups: NO Spring Stay; NO Boom Tackle on foremast Boom, or on Mainmast Boom; Etc, Etc, Etc The kit was 12 part # 220 Medium Brass Rings Short and short Double Blocks. BUT; the biggest was that EVERY SAIL IN THE KIT IS TOO LARGE FOR THE MODEL The Main sail is 2 1/4 inches too long to go up the mast. I've built the original Bluenose (Model Shipways Kit from Model Expo) and could not believe waht I was seeeing in this representation. Why in the world would the kit designer connect the Jumbo Jig Boom to the foremast with a Yoke???? EXTEMELY DISSATISFIED WITH THIS MODEL.

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