The 12 meters Class Constellation was designed by Olin J. Stephens, who had already conceived other America’s Cup winners such as the “J” Class Ranger (1937) and the Twelve Meter Class Columbia (1958). Constellation had a wooden hull and an overall windage of 1690 square meters. R.N. Bavier, the skipper, lead to victory Constellation winning over Sovereign, the British contender.
Kit includes pre-built resin hull, high quality wooden deck, brass photo-etched parts, metal and resin fittings, cloth sails, detailed instructions booklet and construction plans.
Scale 1:35 – Total length cm. 60 – Height cm. 85