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MAHMUDIYE

Our model is hand-crafted from hard wood with planks on frame construction. Model is full assembled and ready for display. The model includes the base and a brass name plate.

Item Code

Specifications (Hull Length/ Overall Length x Hull Width/ Mast Widest Point x Height)

Packing Volume

TS0128W

84/96L x 20/27W x 75H (cm)

33/37.79L x 7.87/68.58W x 29.52H (inch)

0.264 m = 9.32 ft

Ottoman model ship Mahmudiye

Moel Ship Ottoman Mahmudiye

Ottoman model ship Mahmudiye Deck

Ottoman model ship Mahmudiye Stern

Ottoman model ship Mahmudiye bow

Ottoman model ship Mahmudiye aft deck

Woodenshipmodel Ottoman Mahmudiye

Wooden Ship Model Ottoman Mahmudiye

Ottoman Mahmudiye Wooden Ship Model

Display Ottoman Mahmudiye Ship

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HISTORY

Ottoman ship Mahmudiye

Mahmudiye was a ship of the line of the Ottoman Navy. She was a three-masted three-decked 128-gunned sailing ship, which could perhaps be considered to be one of the few completed heavy-first rate battleships. Mahmudiye, with a roaring lion as the ship's figurehead, was intended to serve to reconstitute the morale of the nation after the loss of the fleet at the Battle of Navarino in 1827. The flagship was for many years the largest warship in the world.

She was constructed by the naval architect Mehmet Kalfa and the naval engineer Mehmet Efendi on the order of Mahmud II (reigned between 18081839) at the Imperial Arsenal, on the Golden Horn in Constantinople.

The 201 56 kadem (1 kadem = 37.887 cm) or 76.15 m 21.22 m (249.8 ft 69.6 ft) ship of the line carried 1,280 sailors on board.

With the introduction of steam power at the end of the 1840s, the conversion of the pure sail-driven ship into a steamer was considered. However, the lack of the necessary space for the steam engine on board meant the idea could not be realized.

Mahmudiye participated in the Siege of Sevastopol (185455) during the Crimean War (185456) under the command of Admiral of the Fleet Kayserili Ahmet Pasha. She was honored with the title Gazi following her successful mission in Sevastopol.

She was decommissioned in 1874 and broken up at the Imperial Shipyard.

 

Note: Our craftsmen are always choose the color of wood to be consistened. However, the natural color of the wood use sometimes is not 100% exactly the same with the pictures.

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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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