Built in the late fifteenth century, this Portuguese ship is at the transition between the traditional medieval carrack, and the more recent caravel. Similar in shape and size to Magellan's Victoria, the first ship to circumnavigate the globe, and to Cabral's Anunciacao, the first ship to reach Brazil, the San Buenaventura was mainly used as a cargo ship for trade along the coasts of Africa and Madagascar. This very detailed model comes with two complete sets of sails; morphing extended sails, and furled sails. A wide variety of props are also included; a poseable boat, cannons, anchors, a loading tackle, barrels, flags, banners, shields etc... This is an essential addition to your medieval and fantasy renders!