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Karaboudjan (Fictional ship)

SKU: FB0062P

Specification:

71L x 10W x 30H (cm)

27.95L x 3.93W x 11.81H (inch)

Packing volume: 0.06 m³ = 2.11 ft³

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Karaboudjan (Fictional ship)

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Model is hand-crafted from hard wood with planks on frame construction and then painted. Our model is fully assembled and ready for display.

 

Color: Black, white, red, yellow and grey

 

(Karaboudjan — Armenian cargo ship in The Adventures of Tintin story The Crab with the Golden Claws)

Armenia's and Turkey's histories are intertwined (in the most unforunate way) and share many words - karaboudjan in Turkish is: 
Kara-black 
Bou - this 
djan- Spirit 
THIS BLACK SPIRIT - maybe a foreshadowing of whats to come after Tintin gets kidnapped


The Karaboudjan is the English drug smuggling ship in the story The Crab with the Golden Claws. It's name is supposedly Armenian, regardless to the fact that the country of Armenia does not have a coast line. Tintin first comes across this ship after seeing a slip of crab tin paper with the word Karaboudjan scrawled on it. After being kidnapped by the crew of the Karaboudjan, Tintin learns that the ship's cargo hold contains opium, disguised as tins of crab meat. Members of the crew of the ship includes the infamous first mate, Allan, and then alcoholic, Captain Haddock.After Tintin and Captain Haddock are taken in by the Lieutenant later in the story, they hear a news bulletin announcing that the Karaboudjan 'went down with all hands.' However Captain Haddock recognises the ship in the Morrocan port city of Bagghar, disguised as the Djebel Amilah. Thanks to Haddock, the local Police find out about this and arrest the crew. The ship is not included in any of the other Tintin books.


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