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Revell Cruise Ship AIDA 1:400 Scale

Part No:
RV05230

Price: 54.98 (Including VAT at 20%)
Euros: 60.48(Inc VAT) / US Dollars: US$58.65(Tax Free)




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Explore the world of the most beautiful smile on the high seas! AIDA combines cruising, wellness holiday, city break and experiencing nature with all the amenities of a floating hotel. Unlimited variety on board and ashore, premium quality and service as well as attractive all-in offers offer complete and allround satisfaction. These ships with their striking red lips adorning the bow are amongst the most innovative and environmentally friendly ships in the world. The motto This is the home of the smile is a promise to their guests: AIDA brings happiness.

Amongst others, one can expect to find the following highlights on board the similarly built sister ships AIDAblu, AIDAmar, AIDAsol and AIDAstella:
- World-class entertainment in the glass Theatrium covering three decks
- Large sundeck with LED wall and swimming-pool
- Four buffet restaurants, three a la carte restaurants, eleven bars
- One of the largest spas on the high seas
- Modern fitness studio and open air sport deck
- 4D-Kino, art galerie and shops

Scale 1:400, Length 634 mm

The "Bismarck", at 42,343 tons was, for her time, the largest and most up-to-date battleship in the world (next to the "Hood"). On 24th May 1941, in a sea battle, together with the heavy cruiser "Prinz Eugen", at the pack ice frontier of Greenland, with a direct hit by the 5th salvo from her 380 mm guns she sank the largest British battle cruiser the "Hood". Launched on 14th February 1940 at the Blohm & Voss shipyard, Hamburg, together with the similar "Tirpitz" she was the most up-to-date and prestigious ship of the German navy. With a length of 251 m the top of the mast stood 52 m above the surface of the sea. She was protected by a total of 17,450 tonnes of steel armour plating. The newly designed heavy artillery fired 800 kg projectiles up to a range of 34.2 km and were capable of penetrating 350 mm armour at 21 km. Although the "Prinz Eugen" suffered no direct hits in the battle of 24th May, the "Bismarck", which was damaged in the bow, made for a French harbour. In the subsequent pursuit by British ships and aircraft, on 27th May 1941 a torpedo hit the rudder and after being hit by the superior numbers of the Home Fleet she was disabled and sunk in the Atlantic about 800 km off the French coast. Of the 2,092 men on board, 115 survived.

Model-details:
- NEW MOULD - highly detailed
- display stand
- camouflage instructions and decals for two periods of use: trial phase in the Baltic, autumn 1940 and May 1941

Model details
Scale 1:350
No. of parts 659
Length 718 mm
Skill Level 5

Original details
Type description Battleship
Year/Period 1939
Origin D
Weight 50900 t

Colours: 5 9 36 57 76 78 83 88 92

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