Re-live the aura of the golden age of travel of the 1930s when ocean travel was the vogue on Cunard’s Queens. Queen Mary 2 is the largest ocean liner in the world and you can be a proud owner of this gorgeous model kit that brings a combination of 21st century technology with of the style and glamour echoing the floating palaces of the past. Queen Mary 2 is 1/400 scale. Hull has many structural details. Suitable for radio control. Imitation bow thrusters with movable manhole covers. Two rotating and two fixed engine nacelles. 4 moveable propellers. 4 hinged lateral stabilizers. Imitation internal rows of cabin balconies on hull. Detailed swimming pool decks aft with steps. Main deck with structures. Transparent ports for protective glazing aft. Detailed swimming pools that can be decorated with decals. Detailed deck superstructures with sidewalls. Transparent balustrades for cabins and upper deck superstructures. Bridge superstructure with two searchlights. Detailed promenade deck with structures. Detailed funnel with signaling horns. Queen Mary 2 lettering embossed on upper engine room. Numerous stair rails and filigree railings. Detailed radio/signal mast. Radomes. Detailed lifeboat davits. 8 launches, 14 lifeboats and two small speedboats. Imitation life-raft holders with cranes. Foredeck with spare anchor. 2 loading cranes and spare propeller blades. Representation of tennis courts with protective perimeter fencing. Promenade Deck. Swimming pool with transparent roof.
Display stand with decals (See photo of finished model). Extensive decals for waterline marking, lettering on hull. Fore and aft deck superstructures, lifeboats and helicopter pad. 85.0 cm or 33.5 inches length.
$179.95 OUT OF STOCK
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