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Captain Kidd's Adventure Galley Limited Model Pirate Ship 24 inch White Sails

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Captain Kidd's Adventure Galley Limited Model Pirate Ship 24 inch White Sails

Captain Kidd's Adventure Galley scale model ship. Handcrafted by our master ship craftsman. Made with careful detail, our display ships are historically accurate and fully assembled.

Adventure Galley, also known as Adventure, was an English sailing ship captained by William Kidd, the notorious privateer. The vessel was launched at the end of 1695 and was acquired by Kidd the following year to serve in his privateering venture. Between April 1696 and April 1698, she travelled thousands of miles across the Atlantic and Indian Oceans in search of pirates but failed to find any until nearly the end of her travels. Instead, Kidd himself turned pirate in desperation at not having obtained any prizes. Adventure Galley succeeded in capturing two vessels off India and brought them back to Madagascar, but by the spring of 1698 the ship's hull had become so rotten and leaky that she was no longer seaworthy. She was stripped of anything movable and sunk off the north-eastern coast of Madagascar. Her remains have not yet been located.



Proudly made in the U.S.A .
  • Built from scratch by our master artisans

  • Individual wooden planks used in hull construction

  • High quality woods include cherry, birch, maple, and rosewood

  • Extensive rigging features over 100 blocks and deadeyes

  • Gun ports actually cut into the hull

  • Amazing Details, including:

    • Planked deck with nail holes

    • Authentic scale lifeboat with oars

    • Rudder chains, metal anchors, cannonball racks

    • Fine-crafted embellishments carved on stern below twin lanterns

    • Additional deck details such as cannon balls, barrels, rope coils, and other nautical items

    • 10 masterfully stitched, heavy white canvas sails

    • Taut rigging with varied thread gauge and color

  • Wooden display base features four arched dolphins

  • Extensive research of original plans, historical drawings, paintings, and actual photographs ensures the highest possible accuracy