Fitted with a single mast and a square-rigged single sail and measuring 15 to 25 meters (49 to 82 ft) in length with a beam of 5 to 8 meters (16 to 26 ft) they were widely used during the 12th Century as trading vessels.
One such Cog outfitted for war provided by the Earl of Pembroke grappled the French flagship during the Battle of Sandwich (24th August 1217). The resultant capture of the Capetian French commander’s Admiral Eustace the Monk and Robert I, the younger son of the emperor Peter II of Courtenay, defeated the French armada and ended Prince Louis attempt to conquer England.
|Supplied unassembled and unpainted in kit form with full instructions.|
Any models or accessories shown are for scale purposes only and are not included. Thread rigging not included
|Dimensions||L300 x W100 x H260mm (inc masts and bowsprit)|
|Product Features||Laser-etched detail|
|Contents||1 x cog|