RMS Carpathia Model Cruise
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RMS Carpathia 100cm with Lights – Special Edition (Please inquire)

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RMS Carpathia, a British Cunard Line steamship, became a symbol of maritime heroism when it played a crucial role in the rescue mission of survivors from the sinking RMS Titanic in 1912. Under the command of Captain Arthur Henry Rostron, Carpathia braved hazardous conditions to reach the disaster site promptly, saving over 700 lives. Although its own naval service was relatively brief, ending with its sinking during World War I in 1918, the legacy of RMS Carpathia endures as a testament to human compassion and valor in the face of one of the most infamous maritime tragedies in history.

The RMS Carpathia model is handcrafted from the finest materials and with the utmost attention to detail. Every porthole, mast, and deck is meticulously recreated, and the ship is even painted in the same colors as the original vessel. Whether you are a Titanic aficionado or simply appreciate the craftsmanship of a well-made model ship, the RMS Carpathia model cruise for display is sure to impress. Order yours today and experience the magic of the Titanic era for yourself.

Key Features of the RMS Carpathia model 100cm:

  • Dimensions: 100cmL x 12cmW x 30cmH at a meticulously crafted 1:170 scale.
  • Crafted by hand from timber, this model arrives fully assembled and is ready for immediate display.
  • Plank-on-frame construction with individual wood strips meticulously applied to the hull.
  • LED lights bring this RMS Carpathia model ship to life, creating an enchanting ambiance even during the evenings.
  • All windows, portholes, and other sections are intricately cut into the wooden hull, not applied as stickers.
  • Exclusively features wood and metal fittings, with no plastic components, mirroring the construction of the actual RMS Carpathia.
  • Includes key parts of the ship, such as the lifeboats on the deck and stairways, capturing the bustling realism of the original vessel.
  • Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this model closely matches the plans and imagery of the RMS Carpathia ship for the most authentic finish.
  • Comes complete with a wooden display base and an informative historical sheet about the RMS Carpathia.
  • Want to display your RMS Carpathia in full view? We have display case that you can pick from. (The case is sold separably).
  • An excellent gift choice for enthusiasts of model ships, especially those with an affinity for the RMS Carpathia‘s storied history.

About the RMS Carpathia

The RMS Carpathia was a British passenger liner that was built in 1903 and entered service for the Cunard Line in 1904. She was a relatively new ship at the time, and she was also one of the largest and fastest ships on the North Atlantic. The Carpathia was primarily used to transport immigrants from Europe to North America, but she also carried passengers on transatlantic cruises.

The Carpathia became famous in 1912 when she responded to a distress call from the sinking Titanic. The Titanic had struck an iceberg and was sinking rapidly. The Carpathia was the closest ship to the Titanic, and she arrived on the scene about two hours after the Titanic sank. The Carpathia’s crew rescued 705 survivors from the Titanic’s lifeboats.

The Carpathia’s rescue of the Titanic survivors was a heroic act, and the ship became known as the “Hero Ship of the Titanic Disaster.” The Carpathia’s crew worked tirelessly to rescue the survivors, and they provided them with food, water, and medical care. The Carpathia also transported the survivors back to New York City, where they were reunited with their loved ones.

The Carpathia continued to serve on the Cunard Line until 1918, when she was sunk by a German U-boat during World War I. The Carpathia was torpedoed by the U-boat SM U-55 on July 17, 1918, and she sank within 25 minutes. Five crew members were killed in the sinking, but the remaining 218 crew members and 57 passengers were rescued by other ships.

The Carpathia’s wreck was discovered in 1998, and it is now a popular destination for shipwreck divers. The wreck is located in the North Atlantic Ocean, about 220 miles west of Ireland. It is in relatively good condition, and divers can still see many of the ship’s original features, including her lifeboats, masts, and funnel.

The Carpathia is a significant historical artifact, and her story continues to fascinate people around the world. She is a testament to the resilience of the human spirit and the power of hope.

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