Build the Santa Maria & set forth on your next sea exploration!
The largest ship used by Christopher Columbus in his maiden voyage, the Santa Maria is an all time classical favourite.
You get to lay your hands on this historical masterpiece that was originally built in Spain in 1460 - by building your very own!
Set your sails and chart your course, because it's time to explore the uncharted waters on the Santa Maria today!
Exquisite wood work & paper craft design - The Santa Maria is fully made from wood & paper, making this model one of the finest in details and design.
Realistic colors - The Santa Maria is a real blast from the past with its authentic splashes of colors. Everything from its mast to the anchors are designed from actual images of the ship.
Great for beginners - This model is great to start off with, if you're kickstarting your newfound passion in shipbuilding.
No tools required - Everything you need is found in the box. Simply unbox and dive right into building!
Recommended age 7 and up - Whether you're a child, or a child at heart, the Santa Maria ship building kit grants you hours of fun!
Dimensions: 11.8" Height x 13.7" Length x 5.7" Width
- Not sold in stores elsewhere.
- 65 x Precision Cut Wooden Pieces
- 1 x Instruction Manual
- Free Insured Worldwide Shipping
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Due to overwhelming demand, please allow at least 3-4 weeks for delivery.
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