Date Added: 21 March 2010
From the artist, Victor Leong: "This is possibly the largest ship in bottle made to date. This model of the R.M.S. Titanic was put in a gigantic 40 inch or 101.6 cm. With an added 4 more inches with the addition of the cork.- it's almost 4 feet long! The vessel is a kit bash off a Revell model scale 1:570 and was fairly easy to build until it had to be bottled! Only the smoke stacks had to be added in after the vessel was bottled. The builder went beyond the call of the model kit by adding deck rails and other minute details as well as modifying and adding ship in bottle type folding masts. I have already started another identical vessel and should be done some time before April 14, 2010- (Titanic Anniversary)"
|Type:||Titanic in a Bottle||Maker's Name:||Leong, Victor|
|Category:||Liners||Made Where:||Miami, FL|
|Bottle Size:||40" (101.6 cm)||Year Made:||2010|