Steam Tug Kerne / HMT Terrier
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About the model
Prototype history [click]
Built in Scotland 1912. In 1913 Winston Churchill, ordered the return of the 3 Mediterranean fleets to the UK as the Royal Navy urgently required Tugs. She was added to the Chatham Dockyard Tug as H.M. Tug Terrier. H.M. Tug Terrier served in two World Wars as a Basin Tug. She was renamed as Kerne in 1948 and is preserved in Liverpool.
Model specifications [click]
Scale: 1:32
Length: 28 3/8 inches (720mm)
Beam: 7.5 inches (190mm)
Displacement: 10lb (4.5kg)
What's in the kit [click]
Either model, Admiralty or Civilian can be built from the same kit.
The kit is to the usual high standards of all our fleet and includes:
- GRP hull and superstructure
- funnel
- all wood, cord, materials
- full size plan
- build manual
- white metal fittings

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