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Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW

Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW
Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW
Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW
Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW
Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW
Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW
Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW
Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW
Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW
Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW
Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW
Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW

Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW
Handmade item The model is 100% scratch built with planks on frame construction method from the drawings. The hull is made of wood and painted. This model is not a kit and ready for display. Model comes with a display base and a brass name plate as shown photos. Specifications : 35.82L x 7.08W x 19.68H (inch) or 91L x 18W x 50H (cm) Brand new product. HISTORY Caio Duilio was 109.16 meters (358.1 ft) long overall and had a beam of 19.74 m (64.8 ft) and an average draft of 8.31 m (27.3 ft). She displaced 10,962 long tons (11,138 t) normally and up to 12,071 long tons (12,265 t) at full load. Her propulsion system consisted of two vertical compound steam engines each driving a single screw propeller, with steam supplied by eight coal-fired, rectangular boilers. Her engines produced a top speed of 15.04 knots (27.85 km/h; 17.31 mph) at 7,711 indicated horsepower (5,750 kW). She could steam for 3,760 nautical miles (6,960 km; 4,330 mi) at a speed of 10 knots (19 km/h; 12 mph). She had a crew of 420 officers and men, which later increased to 515. Caio Duilio was armed with a main battery of four 17.7 in (450 mm) 20-caliber guns, mounted in two turrets placed en echelon amidships. These were the largest naval guns in use at the time. As was customary for capital ships of the period, she carried three 14 in (360 mm) torpedo tubes. Both ends of the belt were connected by transverse bulkheads that were 15.75 in (400 mm) thick. She had an armored deck that was 1.1 to 2 in (28 to 51 mm) thick. Her gun turrets were armored with 17 in of steel plate. Construction on Caio Duilio proceeded much faster than on her sister; she was launched on 8 May 1876 and completed on 6 January 1880, more than two years before Enrico Dandolo would be finished. On 8 March, shortly after Caio Duilio entered service, one of her 17.7 in guns exploded. The inexperienced gun crew had accidentally double-loaded the gun. During the annual fleet maneuvers held in 1885, Caio Duilio served in the 1st Division of the “Western Squadron”; she was joined by her sister Enrico Dandolo, the protected cruiser Giovanni Bausan, and a sloop. The “Western Squadron” attacked the defending “Eastern Squadron”, simulating a Franco-Italian conflict, with operations conducted off Sardinia. Caio Duilio took part in the annual 1888 fleet maneuvers, along with the ironclads Lepanto, Italia, Enrico Dandolo, and San Martino, one protected cruiser, four torpedo cruisers, and numerous smaller vessels. The maneuvers consisted of close-order drills and a simulated attack on and defense of La Spezia. Caio Duilio served with the 1st Division of the Reserve Squadron during the 1893 fleet maneuvers, along with the ironclad Re Umberto, which served as the divisional flagship, the torpedo cruiser Minerva, and four torpedo boats. During the maneuvers, which lasted from 6 August to 5 September, the ships of the Reserve Squadron defended against a simulated attack by the Active Squadron, which gamed a French attack on the Italian fleet. For the periodic fleet maneuvers of 1897, Caio Duilio was assigned to the First Division of the Reserve Squadron, which also included the ironclads Ruggiero di Lauria and Lepanto and the protected cruiser Lombardia. In early 1909, Caio Duilio was stricken from the naval register, and on 27 June she was disarmed. Her ultimate fate is unknown. In Unlikely event if. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW” is in sale since Saturday, June 15, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Transportation\Boats & Ships\Military\Models”. The seller is “americanmodelship” and is located in Houston, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Viet nam, Uruguay, Russian federation.
Italian Caio Duilio 1888 Battleship Model 36 Handcrafted Wooden Model NEW