Bluenose was a Canadian fishing and racing schooner from Nova Scotia built in 1921. She became a provincial icon for Nova Scotia as well as an important Canadian symbol in the 1930’s. The name “bluenose” originated as a nickname for Nova Scotians from as early as the 18th century. This display yacht is nothing short of magnificent - it has a hollow hull, constructed entirely of wood and painted in a high gloss finish, whilst on deck there are delightful details such as adjustable rigging blocks, sewn cotton sails, raised gunwales and brass fittings. This model is not a kit - it arrives ready built, with some final assembly (install masts and connect rigging) for you to do. Length 80cm (31.5"), height 66cm (26").
We offer three delivery options:
Standard UK Delivery: £4.99.On this service, goods will usually arrive within 14 days of your order reaching us, and often in less than 10. (Please remember that if you posted your order it may have taken up to five days to get here).
Three-day Delivery: £6.99.This is a three-working-day (not Saturday, Sunday, or Bank Holidays) service for UK mainland and Ulster addresses, provided that you order before 1pm. Orders received after 1pm will be processed on the next working day, so take one day longer to arrive. If you require an item to be personalised, your order will be delayed by one working day.
Express Delivery: £9.99.This is a next-working-day (not Saturday, Sunday, or Bank Holidays) service for UK mainland and Ulster addresses, provided that you order before 1pm. Orders received after 1pm will be processed on the next working day, so take one day longer to arrive. Service to Scotland, Northern Ireland, Isle of Wight and other UK Islands takes two days.
If you require an item to be personalised, your order will take an additional working day. Your package will arrive between 9am and 6pm (may be up to 8pm), and must be signed for on receipt, so please give an address where there will be somebody available to take delivery (perhaps a neighbour/friend, or your workplace if your employer permits this).