Launched by the Ansaldo shipyards in Sestri Ponente, Genoa, June 16, 1951 . It's most famous Italian liner unmistakable profile and livery renowned for impeccable service, the elegance of the furnishings, for bathing equipment that included as many as 3 swimming pools on board. The Andrea Doria, ambassador of Made in Italy in the world , it was a prestigious ship of the line in service on the route Genoa - New York City, and is still regarded as the largest ocean liner for definition. La Bottega Naval Zara, hand outs tribute to the historic flagship of the Italian fleet by building the model in 1:100 scale. The challenge in reproducing the Italian liner for excellence starts from the scale model of the entire project , the first two months of work have been used in digital redesign the entire floor of the building Ansaldo shipyards. The redesign was needed to define, measure, proportions of the hull and then keel and ribs. The lack of details on the projects in circulation has necessit
The "Andrea Doria" model ship at the moment is under contruction in the Cagliari Laboratory Tecnical Data:Year Launch: 16 june 1951Lenght: 213,50 mtWidht: 27,4 mtDisplacement: 29.950 tonsModel Ship Number 73Starting year buildings: Sept. 2012Project copy from Cantieri Ansaldo Genova 1951Scale: 1:100Lenght: 215 cmHeight: 45 cmWidth: 32 cmMaterials used: marine plywood, battens linden, birch for the superstructures (decks), railings, balustrades, handrails, portholes. All elements are made entirely by hand, shaping brass wire.
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