Chébec Militaire (1750 – France/Afrique du Nord)


“THE CHEBEC” (1750 – 1786)”

Model numbered – delivered with a certificate of authenticity.

• Chebecs were originally Arab constructions that were famous for their speed and maneuverability In 1750, Majorcan shipbuilders, reputed for their skill in this field, were engaged by Antoine Louis de ROUILLE, Comte of JOUY, for the building of four vessels of this type. Two of them, the REQUIN and the INDISCRET, were of 260 tons burden and carried 24 six-inch guns, compared to the 150 tons burden and 18 six-inch guns of the RUSE and the SERPENT.
• The CHEBEC can be said to have been one of the finest sailing ships in all Europe.

Size Scale Finishing Working Time
67cm 1/75e Rosewood 180 H
103cm 1/50e Rosewood 280 H
123cm 1/40e Rosewood 340 H
165cm 1/30e Rosewood 450 H

Information & tarif




For the pleasure to smell the smell of the liquid bees-wax, a light pasage annual on the wood; for the dust removal, if you possess one sandbank – hairdryer ( cold air) biweekly will be completed. If, unfortunately, you broke sometimes something on your model, to contacted the Association of close Designer from your home.

Chacune de nos maquettes est numérotée. C’est une pièce unique de par sa réalisation entièrement artisanale (la moindre petite pièce est fabriquée à la main ou au tour, en bois, aluminium, cuivre, …), la teinte de son palissandre, etc. Elle est en parfaite conformité avec les plans et autres documents acquis auprès des musées de la Marine, des Associations, des revues et ouvrages spécialisés… Un certificat d’authenticité est joint avec chaque maquette.

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