Model Boat Pilar for your nautical home or office. In 1934 Hemingway bought this 38 foot Playmate for the fishery of Havanan and in Bimini. Built by the Wheeler Shipyard in New York City, she was painted "pirates black".
To be named Pilar, she carried 300 gallons of fuel and 155 gallons of water, and she was capable of carrying an additional 100 gallons each in demijohns.
Her name ostensibly was taken from the older woman in "For the Bell Tolls".
This charming Miniature Model is a great little decor piece you will enjoy on a tabletop, shelf or desktop. It is built out of solid wood, mounted on a wooden base and fitted with Plexiglas to protect and preserve your replicaa..for ever. Measures: 36cm L X 11 cm W X 21cm H. Packaging is extemely secure to allow for a safe passage. Compliments any nautical decor. Exquisite piece for the aquatic collection.
This line of model ships is made by highly skilled craftsmen who work with remarkable precision using only the finest materials. These craftsmen have been trained for years to become Master Artisans. Hundreds of hours go into making each model, from the original lofting of plans to the finishing touches. Hull construction is either hand laid-up resin or plank on bulkhead with a selection of precious wood. Deck details are reproduced with custom-made brass and chromed brass castings. Hand sanded hulls are finished with marine varnishes and polyurethane paint.
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This item normally ships in 7 to 10 business days if in stock. 30 to 45 business days if it has to be built.
This item ships from Florida.