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The Catamaran Building Kit

SKU 351
Original price $1.00 - Original price $1.00
Original price $1.00
$42.00
$42.00 - $42.00
Current price $42.00

This classic The Catamaran Building Kit is easy to build for beginners and fun for professionals

The catamaran, approx. 45 x 20 x 44 cm (L x W x H), can swim and even sail properly in some wind. You can adjust the sail position and use the included line to make sure that the boat does not sail away. Colourfully painted, let's go!

Thanks to the two hulls, the catamaran does not tip over so quickly, even when there is a lot of wind.

The boat is simply fun to build and a high play value is guaranteed later on.

Great for beginners and professionals. The advanced foreman can grind the Rümofe really sleekly. If you have less stamina, you leave everything a bit more angular.

Kit Includes

  • Wood to build the boat (spruce, beech, linden, poplar)
  • Two types of cord
  • Instruction booklet with pictures for each step. Note - instructions are in German only.
  • Dimensions: approx. 45cm l x 20cm w x 44cm h (LxWxH)
  • Recommended age: 4-5 years old with adult support
  • Work steps: sawing, filing, sanding, drilling, gluing,... Tools are required!
  • Working time: 2-3 afternoon, depending on your own pace
  • To float the sailboat requires a keel. For example, you can attach a screw which acts as a weight under the hull of the ship.
  • Made in Germany

Die Werkkiste is a specialty woodworking workshop just for kids based in Hamburg, Germany. It's a cozy place where kids can explore, learn and develop their love for woodworking. Die Werkkiste kit sets and tool sets are specially designed for children's hands. Function and safety are important in woodworking which is why tools offered by Die Werkkiste are lovingly selected by the carpenter, an occupational therapist and a wood physicist. Appreciation for nature and conscious use of its resources is particularly important to Die Werkkiste. They work with regional partners and source material from European dealers. Only use local wood and pay attention to the relevant certifications.