When a shipwreck is discovered in a lake, the wreck will be removed and its contents returned to its owners.
But that isn’t always the case.
Sometimes, the ship is shipped to another location for salvage, and it’s only then that the original ship’s cargo is returned.
In some cases, the contents of the ship are removed from the hull of the wreck, and that ship’s crew then ships it to a nearby shipyard for repairs.
In other cases, there’s no ship to salvage, so the contents remain intact, usually in the form of ship models, art and decorations.
The ship models are made by a group called the Modelo Beer Decorators and Artisans Association of New Zealand.
The association’s website explains the process: The Modelo members of the Modelos Beer Decoration Association are dedicated to bringing to life some of the most significant shipwrecks in New Zealand’s history, as well as those of other countries and regions.
It is their sincere wish that the people of New Zealand the world will enjoy the unique history and artifacts from these historic ships and their crew members.
The Modelo Artisans Society of New York is a local organization that helps to raise funds for the Modelothe Modelo brewery in the Hudson Valley.
They also produce model boats and ship models for sale to museums and museums around the world.
Modelo’s website says its goal is to produce a number of models for use by museums and galleries worldwide.
The Society is based in New York, but its members are also located in other countries, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Germany, India, Israel, Italy, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, South Africa, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
For more information, visit the Modelon website.