Model of Sovereign of the Seas will cost you an arm and a leg to build.
The warship the ‘Sovereign of the Seas’ was built in 1637 and took 22 months to complete. Launched in 17th century and also known as the infamous ‘Golden Devil’, HMS Sovereign of the Seas was the largest vessel of her time. However model replica enthusiasts can build their own version which will take a mere two years and seven months to finish, longer than the real thing. A new weekly magazine is providing parts over 135 issues costing around £805 which was probably more than the original ship cost. After a cheap introductory offer of £1.99 pounds for the first issue each copy then costs £5.99. Ladies if you want to keep your man safe at home at night whilst guaranteeing he'll be both out of your hair and sober buy it now. Give him a subscription to this magazine and keep the tea and biscuits coming. Praise his skills as a carpenter and shipwright and wonder in the domestic tranquility that you have now created. As for the real ‘Sovereign of the Seas’ her career came to end in 1696 when she caught on fire. Anyone got a box of matches handy?
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