Model Shipways Nonsuch 30 Sailing Yacht Ship Kit w/Tools and Paint, 1/24 Scale
 

  • Plank on Bulkhead wood model
  • Laser cut basswood parts for construction
  • Cast metal, brass and hardwood fittings
  • Detailed colored instruction manual 
  • Includes clamps, tweezers, hobby knife, blades, saw blade, chisel blade, sandpaper, paint brushes, paint & glue.


A scale model of a contemporary fiberglass sailing yacht with a modern rig.

If you’re not familiar with the Nonsuch line, they were manufactured in Ontario, Canada in various sizes and were in production until the mid-90s. The simple unstayed rig, single sail and high-quality construction made them quite popular and many are still sailing.

Kit comes with a large assortment of cast metal yacht-style including numerous cast metal blocks. The pictorial instructions and plan sheets show in photographs and diagrams how everything goes together. The instructions also amount to a tutorial in building techniques from the master kit designer and builder David Antscherl.

Mark Ellis, who designed the Nonsuch line of yachts supported David Antscherl to make sure the model is a faithful scale representation of the Nonsuch 30 yacht.
 

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Model Shipways Nonsuch 30 Sailing Yacht Ship Kit w/Tools and Paint, 1/24 Scale

Item #: 90845
$149.95

This item is backordered from our supplier. We will ship as soon as it is received. Your credit card will not be charged until shipped. Please Note: For shipments to locations outside the USA, backordered items must be placed on separate orders.

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Model Shipways Nonsuch 30 Sailing Yacht Ship Kit w/Tools and Paint, 1/24 Scale
 

  • Plank on Bulkhead wood model
  • Laser cut basswood parts for construction
  • Cast metal, brass and hardwood fittings
  • Detailed colored instruction manual 
  • Includes clamps, tweezers, hobby knife, blades, saw blade, chisel blade, sandpaper, paint brushes, paint & glue.


A scale model of a contemporary fiberglass sailing yacht with a modern rig.

If you’re not familiar with the Nonsuch line, they were manufactured in Ontario, Canada in various sizes and were in production until the mid-90s. The simple unstayed rig, single sail and high-quality construction made them quite popular and many are still sailing.

Kit comes with a large assortment of cast metal yacht-style including numerous cast metal blocks. The pictorial instructions and plan sheets show in photographs and diagrams how everything goes together. The instructions also amount to a tutorial in building techniques from the master kit designer and builder David Antscherl.

Mark Ellis, who designed the Nonsuch line of yachts supported David Antscherl to make sure the model is a faithful scale representation of the Nonsuch 30 yacht.