St. Canute

The St. Canute was built in Denmark in 1931,originally name the "St. Knud".

For many years she worked as a tugboat, an ice breaker and a fire-fighter in Odense harbor in Frederikshavn.

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Later she was sold to a British company for use in the Clay Ports of Cornwall in England.

The "St. Canute" was moored at Exeter Maritime Museum, Devonshire, England. She could be seen there with her engine and boiler still in working condition.

A true testimony to the quality of workmanship on this fine Danish tug.

In 1999 she was purchased by a private investor and returned to her home waters of Terneuzen in the Netherlands.

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This captivating scale model is configured in the ice breaker fashion. She can also be configured for a tug boat or a fireboat on custom orders.

Made with plank on frame construction she is painted to the specifications of the actual tugboat. Intricate details create an interesting vessel of attractive design with its high funnel and workmanlike lines.

All decking wood is individually cut and planked one at a time, then oiled to a fine finish.

She is secured with golden pedestals onto a pine base stained in cherry. You may choose your wooden base with your custom order. Consider adding a clear acrylic dust cover to protect this beauty.

Ideally suited for any home or office placement.

 26" long x 11" deep x 18" tall

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