Ship Model Range Expanded by SD

Press Release
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Photo credit SD Model Makers

San Marcos, California-based SD Model Makers expands range with its tall ship model offering.

SD Model Makers master model shipwrights produce models in magnificent detail. From hand laid decks, tarred standing rigging, complex running rigging and furled sails to Nelson's HMS Victory's copper-sheathed hull, each model is a museum quality masterpiece. Each model comes fully assembled with a solid hull – hand carved from kiln-dried mahogany.

Other parts are made from a variety of woods, putty, resin and metals. Every model includes brass pedestals, a polished mahogany base board, and a brass name plate. Model sizes start at 12-inches.

Additional options include a protective display cases edged in a polished mahogany frame with crystal clear Plexiglas sides.

SD Model Makers owner Captain Brad Poulos says: "We have built scale ship models of all types including workboats – container ships, tug boats, LNG carriers, OSVs – even offshore oil platforms. As well as replicating private power and sail boat, mega yachts and catamarans.  Providing models as gifts, office displays or trade show exhibits in any size or scale for ship builders, boat yards and vessel owners is a core competency of our business."
 

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