Constructo 1/135 Bluenose II Kit


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This is the Constructo Model Bluenose II Fishing Schooner in 1/135th Scale. In Nova Scotia this fishing boat was launched in 1921. Not too long after that it entered and won many classic racing events. This model kit is part of the Universal Series from Constructo. This kit comes with tools, paints, all the parts and materials needed along with a display stand with a brass nameplate. The acrylic paint comes in one container each of black, dark blue and red along with a paint brush. The models main structures are built from wood. These woods include Ramin, Mukaly, Sapelly woods and the hull is made from a pre-fromed piece of solid Ayous. The metal parts included are brass and cast iron. The nails, hinges, nameplate, chainpplates and windless brake are all made from brass. The cast iron parts include the ship's propellar, dewatering pumps, ship's wheel, airshafts and anchor. The sail material is a beige colored cotton cloth. A light and dark gray thread with all the fittings and rigging accessories are supplied.

Recommended Assembly & Finishing Supplies:

  1. White caroeter's glue for wooden parts
  2. Cyanoacrylate (CA) glue for metal parts
  3. Clear varnish
  4. Wood filler
  5. Sandpaper

Specifications for 1/135 Scale:

  • Length = 15 in. (381mm)
  • Width = 2.5 in. (63mm)
  • Height = 12.25 in. (311mm)


Launched in 1963 from Lunenburg's Smith & Rhuland boatyard, Bluenose II is owned by the Province of Nova Scotia and operated by a preservation trust. The Lunenburg-based schooner was built from the same plans as the Bluenose and by many of the same men. The original Bluenose is Canada's most famous sailing vessel which in the 1920s and 1930s won many races against American fishing schooners. Today, each summer, Captain Phillip Watson still gives public cruises and travels to special events all over including but not limited to the Atlantic and the Great Lakes. The crew says serving on the Blusnose II instills a sense of pride and responsibility. Embodying traditional skills of seamanship, the crew consists of five officers, a chief cook and twelve deckhands.

  • Model: 80618
  • Shipping Weight: 1.96875lbs
  • 1 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Constructo
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