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Historic ship model - VASA of 1628 / Saved by Stephen Lok  ~START~

VASA, a ship model for sale. The VASA was one of the large warships built by Swedish King Gustavus II Adolphus

Mitglieder - ihre Schiffe - Regalschiff VASA von 1628 - Arbeitskreis historischer Schiffbau e.V.

Die VASA wurde 1625-1628 als Regalschiff (Königsschiff) für Gustav II Adolf gebaut und sank bereits auf der Jungfernfahrt nach nur einer Seemeile im Stockholmer Hafen. 1961 wurde sie in einer spektakulären Bergungsaktion gehoben und wird seitdem konserviert und rekonstruiert. Seit 1990 steht die VASA in einem neu gebauten Museum, welches seither das beliebteste und meistbesuchte Museum Schwedens ist.

Model of the Vasa, showing how blinged-up and gaudy she was. Unfortunately, she was top heavy and unstable and sank on her her first excursion before she left the harbor.

VASA, a ship model in 1 : 35 scale. The VASA was one of the large warships built 1628 by Swedish King Gustavus II Adolphus

Model Ships | Vasa Ship Model | Replica Swedish Battleship

Handcrafted scale model of Swedish Battleship, the Vasa, from the exclusive range of museum quality ships for sale by The Model Shipyard, designers and builders of STEPHENS & KENAU™ ship models

Photos ship model Swedish VASA of 1628, 1 : 35 scale, details

Photos of ship model VASA, a Swedish warship of 1628, in 1 : 35 scale. Close views of details

Museum Archive on Twitter: "The Swedish warship Vasa. It sank in 1628 less than a mile into its maiden voyage and was recovered from the sea floor after 333 years almost completely intact. Now housed at the Vasa Museum in Stockholm, is the world's best preserved 17th century ship… https://t.co/UXBXZ2EoUN"

“The Swedish warship Vasa. It sank in 1628 less than a mile into its maiden voyage and was recovered from the sea floor after 333 years almost completely intact. Now housed at the Vasa Museum in Stockholm, is the world's best preserved 17th century ship”