Vronskiy, rendered in scale 1/200 at a high level of detail including non-generic, but customized parts.
As a standard of the Precise Scale Models, Vronskiy is made of CNC machined brass/copper/phosphor bronze plates and the hull machined of polyurethane block.
The paints used have a medium silk gloss to give a model a rather realistic look instead of high gloss polished, but this is subject of customization.
Vronskiy built by Verolme Scheepswerf B.V. in Heusden, the Netherlands, in 1978 as Prinses Beatrix, her design masterminded by famous naval architecture bureau Knud E. Hansen, Denmark, she served as the Duc De Normandie for Brittany Ferries for almost two decades and as Wisteria for Trans Europe Ferries thereafter, is seen here replicated for her owner as the Vronskiy in her latest livery in charter for Trasmediterranea operated by Pulchramare, Slovenia.
An example of one of the two anchor windlasses made of brass, soldered, consisting of 24 parts.