The House of Manannan in Peel is currently hosting a display of models from the Manx Model Boat Club in the exhibition gallery.
The models on display include tugs, fishing vessels and navy boats and lifeboats.
Suzanne Williams, Heritage Site Manager said: ‘We are very excited that the Manx Model Boat Club has agreed to show and tell us more about their models at the House of Manannan.
‘Maritime history is a big part of the story we tell in the heritage centre and the club have models of Peel fishing boats, lifeboats and they even have a model of Odin’s Raven – perfection!
‘This display is not part of Manx National Heritage’s formal exhibition programme but is a great use of the exhibition space before the Reg Quayle sculpture exhibition opens in October.’
Kim Holland, of the Manx Model Boat club, said: ‘This is a fantastic opportunity for the club to really wow the visitors with a range of magnificent model boats, and because we are inside we can bring them all out to show.
‘We have yachts, new and old, part-built models, large and small models, maybe some novelty models (ducks and chicks and a working rowing boat) and even a pair of Isle of Man Steam Packet vessels from the National Museum Collection.’
Entry to the display, which ends on August 18, is free and open from 10am to 5pm daily.