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SIKU - 1729 - Silja Symphony - 1:1000 - 1
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SIKU - 1729 - Silja Symphony - 1:1000


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Ferry ship with cruise ambience - The Tallink Cruises ferry ship has been sailing since 1991 mostly on the Helsinki - Mariehamn - Stockholm route in the Baltic Sea. At 203 meters, the Silja Symphony was the largest cruise ferry in the world when it entered service and was the first cruise ferry to have a continuous promenade along the entire length of the ship. The imposing ship takes up to 450 cars and 2,852 passengers on board. These enjoy the cruise ambience on the route through the Baltic Sea.

SIKU model of the Silja Symphony in scale 1:1000:
  • Manufacturer: SIKU
  • Item number: 1729
  • Scale: 1:1000
  • Model type: Ferry
  • Features: stable, durable
  • Material: metal and plastic parts
  • Other: -
  • Dimensions: 21,0 x 2,9 x 4,8 cm
  • Weight: 0,09 kg

Attention: Not suitable for children under 36 months.

Note: We reserve the right to make colour and technical changes. Original photos and prototypes are used in part to represent the novelties. Deviations from the delivery condition of the model are possible.

  • Delivery in Germany usually takes place within 2-3 working days.
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  • If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at any time.

Please note that we cannot offer free return shipping and the costs are borne by the customer.

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SIKU - 1729 - Silja Symphony - 1:1000


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Tradition in children's room

SIKU is a German company that specializes in the production of children's toys. The company was founded in 1921 and has since had a long tradition of producing high-quality, detailed models. SIKU is now known worldwide and popular with collectors and toy lovers of all ages.

Robust and durable quality

SIKU uses the zinc die-casting process to produce all of their models. This process involves injecting molten zinc into a mold to create precise and detailed shapes. The process is known for its high strength, durability and good surface quality, which is why it is often used in the automotive industry and toy construction.

Fun for young and old

The SIKU models are extremely popular both as children's toys and as collector's items. As toys, they allow children to develop their imagination and recreate exciting adventures with the detailed vehicles. The models are sought after as collector's items because they offer high quality and authenticity.