The Fredrick is a French privateer captured in 1781 by the British. The body lines produce a sharp hull built for speed for her carrier as a privateer with a strong curve at the waterline and a pronounced tumbelhome of the bulwarks gives this hull a very distinctive shape. It was noted when the Fredrick was captured, she was copper bottomed.
The timbering set is in 1/4 inch to the foot scale and includes plans with frame drawings, profile and deck layout. Laser cut parts include framing jig, keel and deck beams.
When captured the Fredrick was renamed Pelican and the photos are of the Pelican built by Harold Hahn