The Baltimore privateer schooner Grecian 1812
Grecian was an American schooner launched in 1812. During the War of 1812 she received a letter of marque. The Royal Navy captured her on 5 February 1814 and took her into service as HMS Grecian. She was sold in 1822. In 1823 she became a merchantman. In 1824 the Chilean Navy captured her, but she escaped, and thereafter may have served for a time as a Spanish privateer. After the end of the Peruvian War of Independence she apparently returned to more conventional pursuits and was probably lost in 1829 though she was still listed in 1830 as sailing between London and Lima.
Scale – 1:64
Length Overall – 880mm (Hull only Length – 505mm)
Height Overall – 577mm
Width Overall – 312mm
- Laser cut and engraved parts in MDF and pear wood.
- Laser etched and cut lime wood deck with treenail detail
- 3 sheets of photo etched brass
- High resolution 3D-printed parts.
- 20ft cutter boat included as 3D-print and wooden parts.
- Double planked hull in limewood for first planking and pear wood for second planking.
- Walnut dowel for mast, gaff, and boom.
- Multiple sizes of both black and natural rigging thread along with all necessary blocks and deadeyes
- Comprehensive, full colour instruction manual, along with ELEVEN plan sheets which include all masting and rigging drawings.
- Eduard-printed custom waterslide decal for Grecian’s stern, with options for both white and ochre.