Choose this level if you have never tried model building before. These models all have a simple construction. But remember: Even the easiest model takes more than one evening to build!

 
       
BB100 U.S. Coast Guard
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This 44-foot Coast Guard is a very seaworthy lifeboat, designed to carry out search and rescue assignments in poor weather and water conditions. With a skilled and experienced crew, this vessel can carry out the most demanding of rescue operations. The vessel is self stabilizing. Built in 1961 at the Coast Guard shipyard in Curtis Bay, Maryland, USA.
   
   
BB100 U.S. Coast Guard
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BB101 Royal Navy Lifeboat
Builtá at the Coast Guard shipyard in Curtis Bay, Maryland, USA. After minor adjustments the vessel is now doing duty in British coastal waters for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution. This former 44-foot Coast Guard is a very seaworthy lifeboat, designed to carry out search and rescue assignments in poor weather and water conditions. With a skilled and experienced crew, this vessel can carry out the most demanding of rescue operations.
 
     
BB101 Royal Navy Lifeboat
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BB200 Dana Fishingboat
The Dana is a typical fishing cutter from North Zealand in Denmark. Around the turn of the 19th century, many boats of this type sailed in along the Danish coast. During the 1920's many of the cutters were fitted with engines, which enabled an even quicker landing of the catch.
   
     
BB200 Dana Fishingboat
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BB201 Rainbow Cutter
This shrimp cutter is a typical cutter from the 1960's used for catching shrimp off the German, Dutch and Danish coasts. The equipment on board includes the necessary shrimp sieves and cookers for immediate preparation of the catch.
       
BB201 Rainbow Cutter
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BB601 Will Everard

A 280-ton bark built for F.T. Everard & Sons in Great Yarmouth in 1925 to 1926. The ship is owned today by P & O Containers Ltd. In 1982, Northern Europe's most beautiful captain, according to the press, took command of the ship - 24-year-old Sue Harrison, who had obtained her Master's Certificate in 1979.
       
BB601 Will Everard
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BB603 Norden Cutter

The Norden is a typical coaster of the kind which was earlier very commonly used along the Western coast of Denmark. This type of boat was originally designed by local boat builders in the villages of Klitmoller and Vorupor around 1930. It represented an improvement of the existing boats and has remained unchanged, except that the ship now is a few feet longer and has a closed wheel house.
 
     
BB603 Norden Cutter
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BB604 HMS Renown
This ship is a 50-foot steam pinnace from around the middle of the 19th Century. These boats had a small forecastle, a room for the crew, a boiler room and a cabin. Above the crews' quarters was a conical steel base with a permanent universal ring, on which a 3-lb quick-firing cannon or maxim machine gun could be mounted.
   
       
BB604 HMS Renown
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BB606 Colin Archer

RS 1 was built in 1893 for the "Norwegian Society for Shipwreck Salvage" at the Colin Archer shipyard in Rekkevig near Larvik, Norway. RS 1 was later named "Colin Archer" after its designer and builder.
 
       
BB606 Colin Archer
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