History of Esmeralda
Esmeralda is a steel-hulled four-masted barquentine tall ship of the Chilean Navy and currently the second tallest and longest sailing ship in the world.
The ship is the sixth to carry the name Esmeralda. The first was the frigate Esmeralda captured from the Spanish at Callao, Peru, by Admiral Lord Thomas Alexander Cochrane of the Chilean Navy, in a bold incursion on the night of 5 November 1820. The second was the corvette Esmeralda of the Chilean Navy which, set against superior forces, fought until sunk with colors flying on 21 May 1879 at the Battle of Iquique. These events mark important milestones for the Chilean Navy and the ship’s name is said to evoke its values of courage and sacrifice.
1. ESMERALDA handicraft wooden sailboat model
2. Type: Old ship
4.Finishing: PU paint coating
5.Product Size: 104L x 30W x 75H (cm)
6. Making: Carved by hand 100%
7. Usage: Home decoration, office decoration, bussiness gift…
8. MOQ: 10PCS
9.Customer design is welcome