Fairwell and adieu to ye old Spanish ladies. Fairwell and adieu ye ladies of Spain. . .You go in the cage? Cage goes in the water? Shark's in the water. Our shark.[/b]
Agreed. My impression from the ad is that the parts they are calling "accessories" (chair, fishing poles, bunks, cage, etc.) are not included in the kit. And, of course, without all those "accessories," the Orca will look distinctly different than what we see in the film.That looks like a great model, but there appears to be quite a bit of scratchbuilding involved for the chair, fishing poles, etc.[/b]
So if Chuck is happy to have the molds used, it is possible delmac will still make a kit available.Chuck was the person who built the boat pictured, unfortunately he has some serious health problems at the moment.
We do have several of the molds for all the parts to make the boat, but the Hull has to be made by hand and is made out of balsa wood. I will call Chuck and ask him if he would be ok with using his creation and molds of this Orca.
The molds consist of all the parts from interior to exterior of the boat. It was all done by hand after watching the movie a million times.