Elora Artist's Massive Fleet of Ships is the Tiniest in the World
George Caesar is an artist, adventurer and retired teacher who has spent the last sixty years crafting a fleet of four hundred tiny ships. The vessels are made at a scale of seven hundred feet to one inch and made of various metals, including steel, silver, brass, aluminum and gold. The smallest ship is less than a sixteenth of an inch, and many even have moving parts.
See for yourself the tiniest fleet of ships in the world.
Watch Caesar's Fleet:
"I've always made ships as a kid, and one time when I was around seventeen, I thought, 'How small can I make them?' So, I started to make them... small."