OCEAN LINER MODELS
regret to announce that, starting April 3rd, due to
the overwhelming orders from the cruise ship
industry, we have to cease receiving commissions to
build cruise ships and ocean liners. The temporary
stop is expected to be lifted in Nov. 2021 when we
are about the complete the current backlog.
For more information,
We at ModelShipMaster.com build the most accurate and
ocean liner models in the history maritime modeling. Our knowledge prowess, immeasurable passion, and
extraordinary skill leave other builders hopeless, only
settling for a dream to come near our quality. Click here
to learn how we make it: essential things to look at
ocean liner model.
The Queen Mary is in dire
need for repair. Very few repairs have been made to the
historical vessel over the past five years, leaving her
vulnerable to flooding or capsizing. In addition, Long
Beach would need $20 million for urgent safety repairs
to keep the ship viable. The $20 million is on top of
another $20 million Long Beach has already spent on her.
ModelShipMaster wants to help. For every purchase of the
QM model, we'll donate $200 to the Queen Mary.
The thumbnails below lead
to individual pages of each ocean liner. Note that
color means the
model is in stock. Also for your benefits, check out
this page to learn more about
Accurate ocean liner
Reina del Mar
Queen of Bermuda
Ile De France
Conte di Savoia
Click on the photo below for a beautiful model of
first ship ever powered by steam turbines,
revolutionizing the industry, also the fastest
vessel in the world:
"I am totally speechless, my RMS Lusitania model is
far beyond my expectations. It is a true
masterpiece. You are really a MASTER of model ships!
very much for everything, and I can not wait to do
business again in form of the RMS Empress of
Ireland. Best wishes from Hungary, Laszlo L.
received the Queen Mary and I love it. For me, it is
a fabulous piece of art executed in a meticulous
manner and a super addition to my apartment. I have
always been fascinated by the era of the great
liners, typified by the Queen Mary. I have one small
problem that I need to ask you about. In removing
the model from the packing, I accidentally broke two
of the lifeboat davits. They are so tiny, I do not
know how to replicate them. Would it be
possible for your artisans to send me two
replacement davits. I would be happy to pay for
them. I can't wait to see the HMS Victory when it is
completed. Thank you. Richard C. New York, New
"Just want you to know
that the Rex for us has become a reason to gather
friends and family ( in small groups) as they all
want to see the ship! They love the "attention to
detail" and we are challenging them to look for the
people. This has become a fun game. At times we
provide a little help, with a magnifying glass! Lot
of fun. Sincerely, Lou"
email to order REX. Interested in lighting option for $200 extra all I
need someone to contact me for order. My # 917 841 xxxx you can call anytime. I have ordered models
from Motion Models and SD Model Makers wish I would
have found you sooner. Anthony L."
darling (and I do mean that seriously ) wife loves
the models once she sees them, but she is much more
practical than I am, at least in the short term, so
she doesn't buy for the future...if there is no
space for something now, she says "why buy it."
however, am much more future oriented, and very
aware of the fact that items of high quality but
limited appeal to the general public may not be
available in the future....books that aren't on the
best seller list, classical music recordings, etc.
There is always a niche market for high quality
items, but it frequently becomes very expensive.
Unfortunately, we live in a culture where it is
nearly impossible to go broke making mediocre movies
or producing annoying and cloned rap music, but
quality, if not priced "competitively", frequently
becomes extinct, in the mass market sense...try
finding a a good quality toaster or other small
appliance at any price. I fully plan on
unveiling all of the acquisitions when we have more
space, I hope, in a few years, assuming I don't
prematurely expire ( I am 63, but in much better
shape than most my age... I should know, I'm a
physician ). However, no one's future is assured.
Interestingly enough, my wife inquired today as to
whether a friend of hers could bring her
grandchildren over to see my ship models, as they
seem to have a fascination for sailing ships (
probably watched Johnny Depp in Pirates of the
Caribbean too many times), so I would say that's a
positive sign. Anyway, as usual, I have
probably communicated more than you wish to hear.
Keep the colors flying and thanks to all your
artisans for their greatly appreciated efforts.
Do your due diligence. Look for large photos that show all angles all
the model and its details when you are about to
purchase an ocean liner model. Many, especially ones
that have solid hull (carved from a log) and solid
from nonuniform, unaligned windows and portholes.
The cheap ones on Amazon and Ebay (under $1,000)
came from a singe source and they have massive
errors. Click here to learn
low-end ocean liner models.