Artesania Latina 22905 1/84 scale Santa Ana Trafalgar 1805. Fundamental vessel in the Battle of Trafalgar against the English navy at the beginning of the 19th century. Ship Modeling Kit for elite modelers. CONTENTS MODEL SHIP KIT SPANISH LINE SHIP SANTA ANA: The naval modeling kit in wood of the famous Spanish ship of the line Santa Ana at scale 1:84 cannot be missing from any modeler's collection of faithful ship replicas. The faithful miniature replica of this fundamental ship in the Battle of Trafalgar is aimed at fans of this hobby with an elite level of skills for the construction of this historic scale model. The modeler will be able to find in this limited edition of the kit high quality parts such as solid wood and basswood plywood cut by precision laser, brass photo-etched sheet with details such as lanterns, railings or details of the cannons, sails made of cotton -ready to be placed-, cotton threads and, as a bonus so that the model is perfectly exposed, like a artwork that it is, a wooden exhibition base with nominative metal plate. There is a DVD for computer -PC & MAC- with completely redesigned instructions: clarifying step-by-step photographs, as well as demonstrative videos with some of the steps more important. Printed instructions are not included. Remember that you can also download the instructions for free on the button of this product sheet called 'Instructions and Downloadable Contents'. With this model of the Santa Ana, you can represent the appearance and artillery of the Santa Ana correctly in the battle of Trafalgar. The crowned rampant lion figurehead is a new design. The new artillery, corrected in scale and now much more detailed including photo-etched parts, has the howitzers that the ship carried in Trafalgar. The previous metal boats have been replaced by wooden construction, more realistic. Once it is assembled, the model of the Santa Ana (22905-N) measures 46.45'' (1180 mm) length, 34.25'' (870 mm) height and 18.11'' (460 mm) width. Its design by means of false keel and frames brings its assembly closer to that of the real ship.