HISTORY OF THE BOAT JOLIE BRISE: FRENCH CUTTER
Discover the Jolie Brise, scale replica made in wood of this famous cutter of French origin. After a short trajectory like Pilot Boat, it happened to be used like fishing boat due to the substitution of the propulsion to sail by the steam engines The Jolie Brise could get to sail at 9-10 knots.
It became a legendary racing cutter winning the first Fastnet race in 1925, and again in 1930, among many other races.
He gained a great fame when rescuing in the Bermuda Ocean Race of 1932 to the crew of the Adriana, that caught fire and was lost during the race, retiring later.
CONTENTS OF JOLIE BRISE’S MODELING KIT
Build your 1/50 scale model of the Jolie Brise, a famous cutter of French origin. Its construction by means of false keel and frames about the assembly of its model to the construction of the real boat.
The model is made with high precision laser cut board, wood, brass, cast iron and fabric. Also, the modeling kit contains cut and hand-sewn cotton sails ready to be placed.