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Training Ship "Danmark" - Profile, Elevation and Thwartship Elevations

By Harold A. Underhill, A.M.I.E.S.


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Plan: 1071

Scale: ⅛” – 1’0” (Length of hull 26¼“)

Pictures: With thanks to Stan Finney for his permission to feature his Danmark model.

This beautiful little full-rigger of 777 tons was built in 1933 as a training ship for the Danish Mercantile Marine.  During World War II she served as a training ship under the American flag, but returned to her own country after the war.

Plans in this series: 1070  1071  1072  1073

Construction help: Plank-On-Frame Models Vol I  Plank-On-Frame Models Vol II

Related book: Sail Training and Cadet Ships

Guide to Masts and Spars: Details of Masts and Spars, plan 29

Catalogues: Sailing Ships  Powered Craft