Scale model of a Dutch ocean-going tug. 1:90 scale Plastic hull. 14.57"H 35.43"L 6.10"W
Radio Control compatible
The Zwarte Zee was built in 1963 at J. & K. Smit's Scheepswerven N.V. in Kinderdijk, Holland. Length 77.50 m, breadth 12.35 m, draught 6.90 m and gross tonnage of 1,539 tons. Driven by two Smit-M.A.N. turbo diesel engines yielding 9,000 HP. These machines drive a single propeller shaft through Vulcan fluid clutches and reduction gears. When a fast maneuver is necessary, one of the engines can drive forward and the other reverse with a speed of 18 knots.
Plan with detailed building instructions German, English, French, Danish, Italian and Dutch, ABS hull, decks from wood, plastic and wooden parts to finish the model, stern tubes with shafts and propellers.
All fittings included (e.g. position lights, anchors, life-belt, etc.)