Nelson's Flagship HMS Victory stands today as the world's oldest commissioned warship. Still manned by Officers and Ratings of the Royal Navy, the Victory has seen over 220 years of almost continuous naval service. Scale 1:200 Length: 620 mm (24 7/16“) Display scale kit difficulty: Intermediate Level
This is an exact scale model of the famous school ship of the Italian Navy. She was planned by lieutenant colonel Francesco Rotundi, following the trends of sailing warships. She was launched in 1931 at the Navy ship yards of Castellammare di Staia Naples. Scale 1:100 Length: 1000 mm (37 3/8“), Height: 540 mm (21 1/4“) Display scale kit difficulty:...
This is a nice scale model of the American ship Constitution. She became known as Old Ironsides and continued in service until 1897 when she was towed back to the scene of her launching in Boston and remains there as an American shrine and museum. Scale 1:98 Length: 960 mm (37 13/16“) Display scale kit difficulty: Advanced Level
La Couronne ship modelLa Couronne was an emblematic flagship of the French Navy built in 1636 by Cardinal de Richelieu. She was built in accordance to Richelieu's plans to renew the French Navy, after a series of ships built by the Dutch. Scale 1:98 Length: 760 mm (30"), Height: 559mm (22") Display scale kit difficulty: Advanced Level
This ship was originally built as a collier in Whitby and was bought and refitted by the Royal Navy in 1768. She was then re-launched under her new name Endeavour and went on to become famous as Captain Cooks ship in his scientific journey of discovery. Scale 1:60 Length: 810 mm (31 7/8“), Height: 655 mm, (25 13/16“) Display scale kit difficulty:...
This little ship Nina formed part of the fleet commanded by Christopher Columbus for his voyage of discovery in 1492. She was originally named Santa Clara but was nicknamed and became widely known as Nina. Scale 1:50 Length: 400 mm (15 3/4“), Height: 425 mm (16 3/4“) Display scale kit difficulty: Intermediate Level
The Santa Maria was the flagship of the little fleet (Nina & Pinta) with which Christopher Columbus discovered The New World in 1492. It is a fine reproduction of famous vessel. Scale 1:50 Length: 780 mm (30-1/2") Display scale kit difficulty: Intermediate Level