HMS Bounty Model Boat Kit Scale 1 to 60 – Amati (1432)

Reference Number:

1432 - AMA

Original price was: AED 1,687.Current price is: AED 1,050.

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Additional information

Dimensions L x H x W 12 × 66 × 37 cm



Hull Type

R/C Compatible


This Vessel Type is Merchant ship


Wooden ship kit of HMS Bounty

Premier Ship Models offers a wide range of quality wooden ship model kits for enthusiasts who wish to build their own ship. This famous HMS Bounty model ship kit from Amati will appeal to everyone admiring quality wooden kits with high detail. Amati is an Italian company known for their high quality model ship kits. Their objective regarding model making is to focus on accuracy, which Amati considers to be a major requisite in miniatures reproduction.

Accurate construction plans and detailed instructions are provided with every quality wooden kit model. This HMS Bounty wooden ship kit is beautifully presented will all fittings and clear instructions provided will help you to build a perfect replica kit. Premier Ship Models also offers a service of assembling the kit for our customers and dispatch it as a ready to display model.

HMS Bounty is a famous small merchant ship also known as HM Armed Vessel Bounty. She was purchased by the Royal Navy for purposes of carrying botanical plants. The ship was built in 1784 in Hull and was originally named Bethia and renamed to Bounty after the purchase by the Royal Navy. Her fame was gained for a botanical mission to Tahiti to acquire breadfruit plants and to transport them to West Indies.

After reaching Tahiti and collecting the plants, the crew decided to sail to West Indies after 5 months. More than 1,300 miles west of Tahiti, a mutiny broke out between two parties, each supporting different members of the crew. The mutiny ended by the departure of both of the parties from the ship. To prevent the ship’s detection, HMS Bounty was burnt. The wreck was discovered in 1957 and some remains are displayed in a museum in Fiji.

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