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#1 Posted : 16 January 2018 14:24:15
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Imperial Russian Yacht Standart

The Standart was an Imperial Russian yacht serving Emperor Nicholas II and his family, being in her time (late 19th/early 20th century) the largest Imperial Yacht afloat. After the Russian Revolution the ship was placed in drydock until 1936, when she was converted to a minelayer. During World War II, she participated in the defence of Leningrad.

The Standart was built by order of Emperor Alexander III of Russia, and constructed at the Danish shipyard of Burmeister & Wain, beginning in 1893. She was launched on 21 March 1895 and came into service early September 1896.

Standart was fitted out with ornate fixtures, including mahogany panelling, crystal chandeliers, and other amenities that made the vessel a suitable floating palace for the Russian Imperial Family. The ship was manned and operated by a crew from the Russian Imperial Navy. During the reign of Nicholas II, Standart was commanded by a naval Captain, although the official commander was a Rear Admiral. Her commander in 1914 was Nikolai Pavlovich Sablin.

In 1907, Standart ran aground on an uncharted rock off the Finnish coast. Although damaged, the ship did not sink and was repaired and soon returned to service. The Russian Imperial Family was vacationing on the Standart during the summer of 1914, when they received the news of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, in Sarajevo. With the outbreak of World War I, Standart was placed in drydock.

Following the fall of the Romanov Dynasty, Standart was stripped down and pressed into naval service. The ship was renamed 18 Marta (18 March), and later Marti.
In 1932-1936, Marti was converted into a minelayer by the Marti yard in Leningrad. During the Second World War, Marti served in the Baltic, laying mines and bombarding shore positions along the coast. On 23 September 1941, Marti was damaged in an air attack at Kronstadt, but later repaired and continued service until the end of the war. A mine laid off Hanko by Marti sunk the German submarine chaser UJ.117/Gustav Kroner on 1 October 1941.
After the war, Marti was converted into a training ship and renamed Oka in 1957. She continued serving in that role until she was unceremoniously scarpped at Tallinn, Estonia, in 1963.


The "Standart" model was created exclusively for DeAgostini in co-operation with Federal State Budgetary Institution of Culture and Art "Central Naval Museum" of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation. This graceful model, like its original, is a model of marine elegance and the model reproduces all the features of a real yacht.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8Q0sgsmRDY

Kit Spec:

Scale: 1:130

Length 104cm
Width 17.5cm
Height 40cm

Hull Structure: Hull body (timbers, false keel and reinforcements) made of black poplar wood, laser-cut 5mm boards. Decks, side walls, cabins, booths and other similar parts made of black poplar wood, laser-cut 3mm boards. First planking: ramin wood strips (2mm). Second planking: ramin wood strips (0.6mm). Deck planking: ramin wood sheet (3mm). Ramin wood strips of different sizes for miscellaneous decorative elements.

Decorative parts of the hull, cabins and booths: Spin-cast & Die-cast metal portholes, anchors, screws, guns, belaying pins, vents, boats, prow and stern decorative elements, figurehead, funnels.
Photo-etched Brass ladders, railing posts, door and window frames, gratings, among others.

Other materials (brass, iron, plastic) - Chains, decorative elements, spikes, grating beeches, eyepins, brass thread, glazing.

Masts: Sapeli wooden Masts & Spars. Polyester rigging threads (ratlines, ropes, lifts, etc). Cotton pre-sewn sails. Boxwood pulleys. Paper fabric printed flags.

Pack 2 also contains a keel jig/work stand kit.

Lighting: The LED lighting kit is an optional extra which will be available in the ModelSpace online shop.

The display stand is an optional extra which will be available in the ModelSpace online shop.

Clear, step-by-step English instructions (via download), accompanied by detailed photos to make building your Standart model, as easy as possible.

On Sale here: https://www.model-space....the-yacht-standart.html
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BigGrin Now that looks a nice ship with its mix of sail and steamCool
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That`s nice. Cool Cool

A good build for someone who doesn`t want too much rigging.

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Nice looking ship, great to see something different.....Cool Cool

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MeDrool Drool Drool

When is it arriving
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#6 Posted : 17 January 2018 11:44:05
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jase wrote:
MeDrool Drool Drool

When is it arriving
Approx late Summer/Autumn 2018 if all goes to plan Drool
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She's a true beauty. I especially like that the buildling slip is part of partwork. Never seen that before.
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Looks like it would be an interesting build.

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She was the Pride of Russianat the time Dutch built i
Think had a reputation for handeling well

I take it the litingnkit will be abailable?

Nice to see the glamourse age of ship building coming our way cannot wait
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jase wrote:
I take it the litingnkit will be abailable?

Nice to see the glamourse age of ship building coming our way cannot wait
Yes indeed Cool
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#11 Posted : 23 September 2018 06:51:24
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This unique ship kit should be with us in November 2018Drool

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k8Q0sgsmRDY

The "Standart" was created exclusively for DeAgostini in co-operation with Federal State Budgetary Institution of Culture and Art "Central Naval Museum" of the Ministry of Defence of the Russian Federation.

This graceful model, like its original, is a model of marine elegance and the model reproduces all the features of a real yacht.

Kit Spec:

Scale: 1:130

Length 104cm
Width 17.5cm
Height 40cm

Hull Structure: Hull body (timbers, false keel and reinforcements) made of black poplar wood, laser-cut 5mm boards. Decks, side walls, cabins, booths and other similar parts made of black poplar wood, laser-cut 3mm boards. First planking: ramin wood strips (2mm). Second planking: ramin wood strips (0.6mm). Deck planking: ramin wood sheet (3mm). Ramin wood strips of different sizes for miscellaneous decorative elements.

Decorative parts of the hull, cabins and booths: Spin-cast & Die-cast metal portholes, anchors, screws, guns, belaying pins, vents, boats, prow and stern decorative elements, figurehead, funnels.
Photo-etched Brass ladders, railing posts, door and window frames, gratings, among others.

Other materials (brass, iron, plastic) - Chains, decorative elements, spikes, grating beeches, eyepins, brass thread, glazing.

Masts: Sapeli wooden Masts & Spars. Polyester rigging threads (ratlines, ropes, lifts, etc). Cotton pre-sewn sails. Boxwood pulleys. Paper fabric printed flags.

Lighting: The LED lighting kit is an optional extra which will be available in the ModelSpace online shop.

The display stand is an optional extra which will be available in the ModelSpace online shop.

Clear, step-by-step English instructions (via download), accompanied by detailed photos to make building your Standart model, as easy as possible.
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That`s a nice spec kit.

Cool Drool Cool Drool Cool


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Very nice looking model and very well spec'd out too....Drool Drool

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The fine lines draw you in, this period of steam and sail brought about many fine looking ships. I have always liked this change over period of ship building it has so much to offer in how ships were made. Timmy Liptons Steam yacht was also remeiniscent of the period although with only one funnel:-

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I like the look of this ship.
Very sleek and also has a great additional option of adding a lighting kit. Adding that extra WOW to the ship.

Chris
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magpie1832 wrote:
I like the look of this ship.
Very sleek and also has a great additional option of adding a lighting kit. Adding that extra WOW to the ship.

Chris

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BigGrin Lighting kit looks goodCool
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The "Standart" kit will be with us soon Drool
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A very nice looking kit and with the optional lighting in place will make a very nice display.

Drool Drool Drool

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delboy271155 wrote:
A very nice looking kit and with the optional lighting in place will make a very nice display.

Drool Drool Drool

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Have to agree Derek. It does have great lines Love
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