Modeller’s Workshop MW134 J-Class 1936 Endeavour II 1/16 scale laser-cut frame set, total length 102″!

I haven’t been able to find any pictures of Endeavour II that are free and usable. I am looking forward to hearing from someone that has something I can use.

Endeavour II was designed by Charles Ernest Nicholson and built by Camper and Nicholsons for Sir Thomas Sopwith’s 1937 America’s Cup challenge.

She was unsuccessful, losing 0-4 against Ranger and was eventually scrapped in 1968.

Some more specifications:

  • Year Built: 1936
  • Builder: Camper and Nicholsons
  • Designer: Charles Ernest Nicholsons
  • original owner: Sir Thomas Sopwith
  • Yacht Club: Royal Ulster Yacht Club
  • LOA: 135 feet ten inches
  • LWL: 86 feet six inches
  • Beam: 21 feet six inches
  • Draught: 15 feet
  • Displacement: 162.5 tons
  • Sail Area: 7,543 square feet

She was scrapped in 1968.

Our kit number MW134 comes with:

  • the laser-cut elements to build the hull
  • a laser-cut deck with correct openings for winches
  • laser-cut deck houses
  • a T-rail structure to ease alignment

Please note the kit does not include strip wood, ballast, spars, mast, rigging, or electronics.

For a blog entry on the construction of a J-Class model, please click here.

Our hulls are designed to allow you to add ballast where necessary and the depths of the keels are tweaked for better handling. This J-Class sailboat hull is deepened by approximately two inches below the scale depth. This is in concordance with the rules of the official J-Class R/C website which can be found here Currently, we have plenty of information about the construction of this model. We also have many pictures of models as well as pictures of the real boat. This material will be made available to you if you decide to build this wonderful model.

Thanks for looking!

The Modeller’s Workshop
Montreal, Canada

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