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CISNE BRANCO (WHITE SWAN)

This model is hand-crafted from hard wood with planks on frame construction method.

Item Code

Specifications

Packing Volume

TS0088P-80

TS0088P-100

80L x 11W x 68H (cm)

100L x 15W x 87H (cm)

31.49L x 4.33W x 26.77H (inch)

39.37L x 5.90W x 34.25H (inch)

0.231 m³ = 8.15768 ft³

0.446 m³ = 15.7503 ft³

Model Ship Cisne Branco ready for display

Model Ship Cisne Branco Deck View

Model Ship Cisne Branco Bow

Model Ship Cisne Branco Front Deck

Model Ship Cisne Branco Stern Deck

Model Ship Cisne Branco Stern View

Model Ship Cisne Branco Masts and Riggings

Cisne Branco ("White Swan") is a full-rigged ship built in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Damen Shipyard. Her keel was laid on 9 November 1998, launched and christened on 4 August 1999, delivered to Brazilian Navy on 4 February 2000, and commissioned as a Brazilian naval vessel on March 9, 2000.

 

HISTORY

Cisne Branco is a tall ship ship of the Brazilian Navy hailing out of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, though she travels worldwide.

Cisne Branco ("White Swan") is a full-rigged ship built in Amsterdam, Netherlands by Damen Shipyard. Her keel was laid on 9 November 1998, launched and christened on 4 August 1999, delivered to Brazilian Navy on 4 February 2000, and commissioned as a Brazilian naval vessel on March 9, 2000.

Cisne Branco made her maiden voyage across the Atlantic Ocean to Brazil, celebrating the 500th anniversary of the discovery of Brazil by the Portuguese Admiral Pedro Álvares Cabral. The ship's project is inspired by the design of the 19th century clippers. Cisne Branco is normally used in national and international representation activities to showcase the Brazilian Navy and Brazilian culture. As well, she is used as an instructional sailing ship by the cadets of the Brazilian Naval Academy, Academy of Merchant Marine, and other naval schools.
 

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Packing:

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Model is packed fully assembled in wooden crate and put in the carton.

Model is ready for display.

 

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