Ages of Sail still has a stock of Mamoli kits, and they just posted a list of their remaining stock.
If you want one of them, you should take a look and see how many are left of what you’re interested in. You might need to act quick on some of these.
Mamoli kits were once a mainstay of the wooden ship modeling community, but after a big fire shut down Mamoli for good, our large stock of Mamoli kits has been shrinking steadily.
The Sao Miguel is one of the most unique kits available anywhere, representing a three-masted carrack from very early 16th century. We have five of these kits left at the moment, and when they’re gone, they’re gone!
Dusek Ship Kits has purchased the rights to produce Mamoli kits again, but it has taken until recently for them to re-release the Mini-Mamoli kits, which are simple designs. Chances are good that we will see a couple of these kits re-released later this year, but we have no information which ones they will be, or even if these will all be re-released.
Mamolis kit of the French Lugger Le Coureur
So, if you’ve been missing Mamoli kits and there is…
View original post 198 more words