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  1. martijnonderwater

    Amerigo Vespucci, Panart 1:84

    I built the Amerigo Vespucci from 2005-2015. It was a massive project, but I'm still enjoying the results today. For me, the most special time was the construction of the stand that the Amerigo is now resting on. I received a section of an oak tree (with the bark still attached) from an...
  2. Lologaditano

    Royal Caroline 1749, 1/48

    Hello everyone. I introduce myself, my name is Manuel and after following you for several years seeing your work, I have decided to present mine, The Royal Caroline 1749. I started it in June 2020, I will be putting you photos of the assembly process until today for several days , I hope you...
  3. Ken

    Amerigo Vespucci, Panart 1:84 scale

    Hi, I have just started the Amerigo Vespucci, 1:84 scale from a Panart kit I’ll show my progress here so that you can see someone else struggle through a build as I’m sure many ordinary modellers do. I bought the kit off Ebay for a good price, it is an early version about 20 – 25 years old and...
  4. ReneK

    Amerigo Vespucci

    Hello , The Amerigo Vespucci is an Italian training sailboat. It belongs to the Italian military navy, used for the training of student officers. It is currently one of the oldest three-masted square to sail, the oldest training ship of the Italian Navy in service and one of the largest military...
  5. Messis

    Royal Caroline 1/47 Panart by Messis

    Hermione now sits in my library on a nice furniture covered with glass. Coronivirus lock-down continuous though things look much better. In the last days Cyprus marks single digit numbers. Actually I wasnt planning to start a new model so soon, but lock-down drove my hand to the cupboard where...
  6. K

    Armed Pinnace, by Panart 1:16, Knight44

    Hi, This is a build log of Panart’s 1/16 scale, Armed Pinnace, though as I commenced this model quite a number of years ago, the log actually starts from where I finished back then. If I’d known then what I know now about model ship/boat building, I would have approached the build of this kit...
  7. rdluce

    H.M.S. Victory Bow Section Panart 1:78

    Greetings to all. Not my first model but will be the first log I’ve attempted. I’m working from my phone as I don’t have a working computer at the moment so bear with me. I’ve resized this by emailing myself and using the resize option so hopefully, resolution will...
  8. Sulaire

    Santa Lucia - Panart, Sicilian cargo boat 1/30 scale

    This will be my next build. I know that many of you boys out there like to scratch build, but I like kits - there's such a joy when that distinctive oblong box arrives and you open it up and see the wood and shiny things. I always get a thrill looking at the picture of the boat on the box lid...
  9. C

    Panart HMS Victory Pinnance

    Hi, Quick history of myself. I have always been a modeller, love putting things together.Mostly radio controlled warships. The last one i built was HMS Nurton, mostly scratch built, but it burnt me out. I have had a hiatus for about 15 years, but in that time have tried to build a couple of RC...
  10. NMBROOK

    Royal Caroline 1/47 Panart bashed by NMBrook

    A introduction to another log I am posting.Unfortuneately I have a habit of not taking pics until the build is well underway.The kit is modified but I was determined to use as much of the kit castings as is possible.The first pics show the hull in first planking which is lime.Both lime and balsa...
  11. Dave Teel

    Panart / San Felipe

  12. Uwek

    Kit review HMS VICTORY - 1765 - Nelsons Flagship - scale 1:78 - Panart / Krick

    Kit Review: HMS Victory, 1765 - Nelsons Flagship - scale 1:78 - Panart / Krick Photo by Manufacturer Specification of Kit: Length: 1300 mm, Height: 920 mm, width: 450 mm Sails are available as add-on, but not included in kit Panart Kit similar to Sergal, but in Panart kit the copper-plates...
  13. Uwek

    Kit review HMY ROYAL CAROLINE - 1749 - scale 1:47 - Panart / Victory Models / Krick

    Also an untouched kit I have in my shelf waiting for better times, or a shipwright touching her. "HMY Royal Caroline, 1749" - scale 1:47 by manufacturer Panart / Mantua, available also via Victory Models or Krick The history of the vessel mentioned by Panart: Royal Yacht the Royal Caroline...
  14. R

    Richard Simmons UK Model Ship Builder

    HI Been building model ships for about 50 years. After the disappointed builds of REvel THermopolae and a plastic Victory Read Anatomy of Nelson's Ships by LOngridge and sore I would build a scratch Victory Started with a Bulling kit Not Impressed until I was introduced to the incredible Panart...
  15. G

    Armed Pinnace 1800 - Panart 1:16

    My next build will be the Panart Armed Pinnace "Lancia Armata" 1800 1:16. Information says the model is '... an exact reproduction of a 10 meters long armed launch, which was used by the different navies during the 19th century. These launches were armed with naval guns of different calibre and...
  16. carlosys

    San Felipe 1690 - Panart

    Happy 2013 to all. :D:D:D I wanted to wait until January 1, 2013 to start the thread of San Felipe because I feel that I will be with him for several years, and thus symbolically, each year new model will add a "year old" :mrgreen: . They say the San Felipe was launched in 1690 in the shipyards...
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