Scale 1 : 10, length 66 cm, width 20 cm, height 17
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Price 750 Euro, plus transport cost
The Shetland Fourern Ann LK 126 of 1871
Nominally rowing four oars, the fourern was a versatile type found throughout much of Shetland from the 17th until 20th century. It was used in fisheries and known for good rowing qualities. Construction materials varied, larch, whitewood, fir; good driftwood was never cast aside in treeless Shetland.
This Shetland Fourern was named Ann LK 126. It was built in 1871 at Scalloway, Shetland Islands, for use from the island of South Havra.
A description and plans of the fourern are given in the book by Basil Grenhill, Julian Mannering, "Inshore Craft, Traditional Working Vessels of the British Isles", Chatham Publishing, London 1997, ISBN 1861760299.
The fourern model, photos, description and dimensions
The ship model was built according to plans from the book by Grenhill and Mannering (see above).
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This model of a fourern was built by Rainer Wedel, Geestland, Germany. He is model maker at the Deutsches Schiffahrtsmuseum (Maritime Museum of Germany) in Bremerhaven.
The boat is a very beautiful,
fine piece of work, a true master piece.
The model is 1 : 10 scale. Length is 66 cm, width 20 cm, height 17 cm. The model can be taken out of the stand, e.g. for transport.
Price of the ship model and transport
The price of the model is 750 Euro, plus transport cost.
Transport: The ship model can be easily shipped in a transport box.
The ship model is available from the builder, Mr. Rainer Wedel, Grasacker 10, 27607 Geestland, Germany,
phone +49 4743 9132632, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Please contact him, if you are interested in this model.