Keep your unforgettable holidays alive with the model of Diamond Princess cruise. This model is exquisitely hand built to capture the true essence of the Diamond Princess. Seacraft Gallery is proud to offer a premium quality replica ship model of Princess Cruises’ fleet. Working from our extensive collection of blueprints and their photographs, our master artisans recreated this ship into an incredibly detailed desktop replica. If you celebrate your Wedding Anniversary or any other Special Occasion onboard – there is no better present than a model of impressive cruise ship.
Highlights about the wooden Diamond Princess Cruise ship models:
Dimensions: 80cm length x 14cm width x 30cm height 1:362 Scale
Fully assembled and ready to display, NOT a kit
Highest possible accurate scale replica of the real Diamond Princess cruise
Entirely hand built by using Individual wooden planks in hull construction
All hull, superstructure, lifeboats and deck features constructed from wood, not plastic
Windows and portholes are actually cut into the hull
Delicate metal railings, wooden staircases and metal propellers
Lifeboats hang from actual davits
Decks adorned with details such as deck chairs, pool slides and other features accurate to the real Diamond Princess cruise ship
High quality of wood to ensure the model withstand climate change such as changes in humidity and temperature
Meticulously painted to match the actual Diamond Princess cruise ship
Sturdy wooden base with brass nameplate attached to the model cruise ship
Diamond Princess is a cruise ship owned and operated by Princess Cruises. She began operation in March 2004 and primarily cruises in Asia during the summer and Australia in the winter season. She is a subclassed Grand Class ship, which is also known as a Gem Class ship. Diamond Princess and her sister ship, Sapphire Princess, are the largest subclass of Grand-class ships, as they have a 37.5 metres (123 feet) beam while all other Grand Class ships have a beam of 36 metres (118 feet). Diamond Princess and her fleet mate, Sapphire Princess, were both were built in Nagasaki, Japan by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.