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Treasure Bay Ship Mast Props

Treasure Bay Ship Mast Props

Treasure Bay Ship Mast Props

This Treasure Bay Ship Mast Props will give your venue the look of a seafaring ship!
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Treasure Bay Ship Mast Props

Product Code : KSMTBA

Our exclusive Treasure Bay Ship Mast Props has the look of and 1800's ship mast. Each corrugated ship mast prop measures 16' high x 7 1/2' wide and includes white gossamer for its flowing sails. Assembly required.
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    I keep asking the same questions for the actual ship on that page, but no one in CSR actually answers the complete question. What are the dimensions of all parts of the ship itself? The ship states it is 16 feet high, but that is impossible if the mast is 16 feet high. The mast is much taller than the ship. What is the height of the rear of the ship? What is the height of the front of the ship? Can the ship be seen from all sides - 3D, or is it just one side that can be seen? I want to put this in the middle of the event space, but cannot if it is viewed on one side only.
    Asked on 6/7/2012 by Anonymous

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      A:

      This is not a "full" ship where the center is completely filled in. It is printed on 1 side and the center inside of the ship is not "filled in". That is where braces are attached for the ship to actually be held up. The Treasure Bay Ship is 16 feet high only if the masts are purchased. The masts are 16 feet tall and set directly on the floor. The Treasure Bay Ship (item number KABTBA) description is as follows:
      The Treasure Bay Ship is printed on sturdy cardboard and measures 8 feet high x 16 feet wide x 8 feet deep.

      Answered on 6/8/2012 by csr
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3.0

Good....but

By The Spanish Teacher

from Minnesota

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Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Easy To Use

Cons

  • Flimsy

Best Uses

  • School Activities
  • Themed Parties

Comments:

The ship masts were easy for my students to assemble, but when we received our boxes, there were no instructions included.
One call to the company and they were e-mailed to me, no big deal.
But the supports for the masts are almost a joke. 4 cardboard triangles taped to the sides are not going to hold these upright. We skipped the supports at the bottom of 2 of the 3 masts(after we found the first one would not stand on its own) and put them in 5 gallon buckets of sand and they stood nicely.

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