This is a heavily modified version of AL's Scottish Maid. Built in 1840 in Aberdeen - she was the first ship to use the "Aberdeen" bow, which was later adapted and used on the early British Clippers.
Rigging, masts, deck layout, ships boat, steering, wheel, bowsprit are all adapted to match contemporary info about the Scottish Maid, instead of following the AL plans.
I have shown the model half-rigged to give it a sense of being a dynamic moving thing, but without obscuring much the deck and rigging.
Your Avatar suggests to me that you like wildlife, for example, Geckos... I'm sure you noticed the porpoise pair frolicking at the stem of the Tiger. But did you notice that the captain is pointing to them - and, her "significant other" with long blonde hair is at the tiller?
Thanks for your comments. I also messed up the fly bridge railing -- one of the posts snapped off. I fixed it with CA gel glue.
I buy my Amati kits from Ages of Sail in the US, and they actually had a spare kit they were cannibalizing for parts and got me a missing throttle for this kit. But I see you said "buggered" so you may not be in the US, and in any event that service is reserved for customers who bought the original kit from them, I suspect.