AMERIGO VESPUCCI - ITALIAN - 1931
AMERIGO VESPUCCI", a ship of the Italian navy was launched in 1931 in the Naval shipyard of Castellamare Di Stabia in Italy, this piece of art, realized by the Lieutenant Colonel Francesco Rotundi, keeps in balance the technical practice of the most modern war ships and the fascination of the old sailing ships. "AMERIGO VESPUCCI" has sailed the seas of the world from the Mediterranean to the Atlantic and to the north seas.
Modern technology is campo flagged by the elegant mahogany consoles of the sophisticated instruments framed in a classical style. Powerful and reliable engines are dominated by strong masts, built to withstand a wind pressure of 3000 square meters of sails. A ship which still exists a name which represents to the admiring spectators a chapter of a long story dedicated to the courage to the sprit of adventure and to the sacrifice of those young men who have chosen the sea life.
|Reference #||Dimensions (LxWxH)||Color|
|AMR011||72 x 20 x 42 cm||Painted|
|AMR013||100 x 28 x 66 cm||Painted|
|AMR015||130 x 35 x 77 cm||Varnished|
|AMR016||190 x 55 x 115 cm||Varnished|
|AMR017||130 x 35 x 77 cm||Painted|
|AMR018||100 x 28 x 66 cm||Varnished & Painted|
|AMR019||130 x 35 x 77 cm||Painted|