James Cook and his ship ENDEAVOUR
The ENDEAVOUR became famous as the expedition ship of James Cook on his first voyage. He set sail on 25 August 1768 from Plymouth to his study of the South Seas. On that journey he went to Tahiti, Tubuai and other islands, then to New Zealand, the northeast coast of Australia, and finally to Batavia. Via the Cape of Good Hope he returned to England, where he could throw anchors in the Downs on 12 July 1771.
The HMS ENDEAVOUR model, photos, description and dimensions
This model of HMS ENDEAVOUR is a small but beautiful piece of work. The ship model is 1 :
Length is 85 cm, width 26 cm, height 71 cm.
The ship can be taken out of the stand, i.e. for transport.