This fast cruiser was used to connect England with the North American colonies and was generally referred to as one of the "runner class". Scale 1:60 Length: 925 mm (36 7/16“), Height: 630 mm (24 13/16“) Display scale kit difficulty: Advanced Level
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 1:78 Length: 1300 mm (51 3/16“), Height: 920 mm (36 1/4“) Display scale kit difficulty: Advanced Level
Originally privately launched as the Bertha and was renamed Bounty. Sailing out of Bristol in the winter of 1787, her commander William Bligh was 33 years old and together with Fletcher Christian was destined to become the two main characters in the famous mutiny on 28th. April 1789. Scale 1:60 Length: 810 mm (31 7/8“), Height: 620 mm (24 7/16“) Display...
The Cutty Sark was built at Scott and Lintons yard in 1869 for the traffic with the far South East and Africa. She was designed to rival the Thermopylae, one of the finest clippers ever built, which she did for many years. She now resides at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. Scale 1:78 Length: 1150mm (30-1/2"), Height: 660 mm (26“) Display scale...
The Thermopylae was an extreme composite clipper ship built in 1868 by Walter Hood & Co of Aberdeen to the design of Bernard Weymouth of London for the White Star Line of Aberdeen. Scale 1:124 Length: 571 mm (22-1/2"), Height: 375mm (14-3/4") Display scale kit difficulty: Intermediate Level
Originally a ketch, this ship was strengthened and used for Arctic exploration with others including the Carcase on which Nelson served as a midshipman. Scale 1:47 Length: 590 mm (23 1/4“), Height: 515 mm (20 1/4") Display scale kit difficulty: Intermediate Level
The Soleil Royal (Royal Sun) was a French 104-gun ship of the line, flagship of Admiral Tourville. It was a symbol of Royalty. Scale 1:77 Length: 1030 mm (40 9/16“), Height: 765 mm (30 1/8“) Display scale kit difficulty: Advanced Level
Sovereign of the Seas ship modelHMS Sovereign of the Seas was a 17th century British Royal Navy first rate ship of the line of 100 guns, later known as just Sovereign and then Royal Sovereign. Scale 1:78 Length: 1100 mm (43"), Height: 865 mm (39“) Display scale kit difficulty: Advanced Level