Shamrock V Half Hull(1930) Built in 1930 by Camper and Nicholson in Great Britain, Shamrock V was the first of the great J class sailboats to be built, and the last of Sir Thomas Lipton's challengers for the America's Cup. There were ten of these immense sloops built in the years prior to World War II to either defend or compete for the Cup. Shamrock V is one of the three remaining, and the only one of those three with a wooden hull (the other two are steel). We offer a wide variety of half hulls! You will love our Abordage PM-06 Shamrock V 1930 Small Model Ship Half Hull!
Part Number: PM-06
Length of backboard: 20" Height of backboard: 6" Length of Hull: 16" Height of hull: 4-5" depends on the specific ship model