Rose Anne Belliveau (1919)Your model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
In 2014 I took on the project of creating a real working class vessel for the early 1900`s for VSF, Although the project was never completed, this was a render model that was created in the process.
The Ship shown is ready to have its hull planks installed, the ribs are modeled as they were on the real ship.
All my Resources was generously supplied by John Belliveau ( a direct decendant of the designers and builders ), who took much of his time to answer any question I had to ask. Many Thanks John!
During the late 1800s until the early 1900s Nova Scotia was a leader in wooden shipbuilding. Thousands of sailing ships were launched in this region all built from native timber. The most popular of the ships that were built were known as ‘tern’ schooners. These ships had two, three or four masts. The most common being the three-masted schooner. These ships were known for speed and being able to run with a small crew; a typical three-masted schooner only needed a crew of seven.