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Euromodels Elizabethan Warship Revenge Circa:1577.
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Elizabethan Warship Revenge Circa:1577.

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This beautiful new model of the Elizabethan warship Revenge Circa: 1577. This is a faithful reproduction of the ship built at Deptford and launched in: 1577.

Specifications.

Scale: 1:64
Length: 88.5 cm
Width: 38 cm
Height: 65.5 cm
Stock code: VM1300/08

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Euromodels Lady Nelson - Cutter - XVIII Century 1:64 Scale
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Lady Nelson - Cutter - XVIII Century 1:64 Scale

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The Cutter Lady Nelson is modelled on a typical British cutter of the late eighteenth, early nineteenth century.
The cutter is a native British design and was developed originally by the smugglers of Folkestone and surrounding areas. It did not take long for the Navy to appreciate the merits of the cutter's design and were employed in the Navy from the middle of the eighteenth century to counter the smugglers.
The cutter was designed for speed, adopting an unusually large spread of sail for the size of vessel, deploying both fore and aft and square sails on a single mast. Cutters excelled at patrol and despatch duties due to their speed; however they were not suitable for close inshore work due to their deep draught.
The original vessel was 52' 6" long at the keel, 17' 6" wide, weighed about 60 tons and carried a compliment of about 30 officers and men. Her armament was 10x 3 pounder carriage guns and 12x swivel guns on her bulwarks.

The Lady Nelson kit has been designed with the beginner/intermediate modeller in mind, and as such it is an ideal introduction to the art of plank on bulkhead modelling.
Kit contents include laser cut wood parts throughout in birch ply and walnut, metal and wooden fittings and very comprehensive building plans and instructions written in English.

Specifications:
Scale 1:64
Length: 530mm
Height: 510mm
Planking: Double
Stock code: VM1300/01

 £127.88  (€150.90)  ($162.41) 

Euromodels Victory Models HM Bomb Vessel Granado 1:64 Scale
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Victory Models HM Bomb Vessel Granado 1:64 Scale

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The Bomb Vessel Granado was ordered on 14th September 1741 and the contract was given to the Ipswich shipbuilder John Barnard. Launched on 22nd June 1742. Her construction work was overseen by the great Navel surveyor and architect Thomas Slade who later designed Nelson's Victory.
Granado's lines (and very uncommon carving work for such a vessel) suggest she was originally intended as a sloop. For the first 14 years of her operational career, Granado was indeed fitted out as a sloop, not bomb vessel.
From 1745 to 1748 Granado was mainly employed off the East coast of England intercepting smugglers and privateers. With the impending arrival of what was become The Seven Years War the Granado was recommissioned on 26th April 1756.
It wasn't until July 1756 that Granado was converted to her original role of bomb vessel, where she was refitted at Woolwich for Channel service. She was fitted with two 13 inch mortars, 4pounder carriage guns and anti personnel swivel guns.

The Granado kit includes laser cut wooden frames, keels and decks; double planking for the hull; metal fittings and brass photo-etched parts. Plans and instructions are included as well as a laser cut wooden stand.

Specifications:
Scale 1:64
Length: 800mm
Height: 600mm
Planking: Double
Stock code: VM1300/02

 £229.98  (€271.38)  ($292.07) 

Euromodels Victory Models HMS Fly 1776 1:64 Scale
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Victory Models HMS Fly 1776 1:64 Scale

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The H.M.S. Fly was the fifth of the Swan Class of ship rigged sloop, of 25 vessels built from 1766 to 1780.
Fly, as with the entire Swan class was designed by Williams and her construction was ordered by the Admiralty on 1st August 1775 to be built at Sheerness Dockyard. The keel was laid in January 1776 and launched on 14th September 1776.
H.M.S. Fly was commissioned mainly for convoy escort duty and dispatch duty. She did capture a French privateer, Le Gleneur, off Portland after a long chase.
In 1800 she captured another French privateer, the Cutter Trompeur off La Hague.
Fly continued convoy duties until she foundered and was lost off Newfoundland during 1802.
The Swan class were unusually attractive for the class of vessel, with not only very sleek hull lines but also the unusual amount of decorations for the size of vessel.
The Swan Class measured 97' 7" on the gun deck and displaced 300 tons. They carried 125 officers and men and initially carried 14 guns (later 16) and 16 swivel guns.
The original plans of the Fly still exist, and on these plans the kit is drawn.

The HMS Fly kit includes: Double plank on frame construction uses high quality birch for structural parts. Other wooden parts are walnut and basswood. A comprehensive fittings package includes 4, 6 and 8mm dowels for masts, boom and bowsprit; 7 sizes of various blocks; 3 diameters of black and 6 diameters of beige rigging line. The rich ornamentation of the original vessel is accurately reproduced. You'll find cast metal figurehead, stern ornamentation, quarter badge decorations and photo-etched brass for hull and stern decoration, rudder gudgeons and pintles, window frames, pillar moldings and more. Clearly written instructions plus 12 sheets of detailed plans (3 of them dedicated to rigging) pave the way to a magnificent model.
Specifications:
Scale 1:64
Length: 800mm
Height: 600mm
Planking: Double
Stock code: VM1300/03

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  (€289.08)  ($311.12) 

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Euromodels HMS Fly Upgrade Kit
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HMS Fly Upgrade Kit

Victory Models
HMS Fly Upgrade Kit.
Put together with the help of Chris Watton, the designer of Victory Models kits, a special HMS Fly extra detail pack to further enhance the model.

Included is;
Laser cut walnut ply full cannon carriage set (to replace the cast metal carriages)
120 1 hole 2mm blocks to rig the cannon
20 metres of 0.10mm diameter thread to rig the cannon
Photo etched set of monograms and flintlocks for the cannon barrels
Photo etched footrope stirrup set (to replace the wire versions in Fly)
Photo etched hammock cranes and stunsail boom fittings
Photo etched upgraded (new and stronger design) deadeye and futtock strops
Photo etched boat equipment
Ships boat
English flag set
Stock code: EA1900/03

 £47.24  (€55.74)  ($59.99) 

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Euromodels Victory Models HMS Pegasus 1776 1:64 Scale
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Victory Models HMS Pegasus 1776 1:64 Scale

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The fifth kit in the Victory Models range is the sister ship of HMS Fly, the HMS Pegasus. The kit was developed using copies of original Admiralty plans for Pegasus.

H.M.S. Pegasus was the sixth vessel built of the Swan Class of ship rigged sloop, of which twenty five of the class were built from 1766 to 1780.
Pegasus, as with the entire Swan class was designed by Williams and her construction was ordered by the Admiralty on 1st August 1775 to be built at Sheerness Dockyard. The keel was laid in May 1775 and launched on 27th December 1776.
The Swan class of 6th Rate sloops were unusually attractive for the class of vessel, with not only very sleek hull lines but also the unusual amount of decoration for the size of vessel. They were built just before the Admiralty issued orders that all vessels (especially lesser rates) were to have the minimal amount of decoration and carvings to save any unnecessary costs, due to the seemingly ever continuing war with France and other nations.
There is little remaining about H.M.S. Pegasus' operational career, but from what little evidence there is, Pegasus was commissioned mainly for convoy escort and dispatch duty. Pegasus had a very short operation career, foundering off Newfoundland on 31st October 1777, her sister, H.M.S. Fly also foundered off Newfoundland some years later in 1802.
The Swan Class measured 97' 7" on the gun deck and displaced 300 tons. They carried 125 officers and men and initially carried 14 guns (later 16) and 16 swivel guns.
The original plans of the Pegasus still exist, and it is with these plans the kit is based upon.

The HMS Pegasus kit includes all new photo etched parts, (Which include footrope styrups,hammock cranes, oars and other boat fittings, complete stunsail boom fittings, decoration etc), laser cut wooden cannon carriages, (instead of metal) a ship's boat, photo etched copper plates, flag set and very detailed drawings, plans and instructions. The dowel for the masts and yards is now in walnut, instead of ramin, keel and bulkheads are laser cut in 5mm Marine grade plywood. Other parts are laser cut in solid walnut, walnut plywood and 1mm Marine grade ply.

Specifications:
Scale 1:64
Length: 800mm
Height: 600mm
Planking: Double
Stock code: VM1300/05

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  (€400.00)  ($430.50) 

Euromodels Victory Models HMS Vanguard 1787 74 Gun Ship 1:72 Scale
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Victory Models HMS Vanguard 1787 74 Gun Ship 1:72 Scale

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Amati and Euromodels are proud to present the fourth kit in the Victory Models range, HMS Vanguard (or HMS Bellerophon or HMS Elephant!!). This 74 gun Ship Of The Line was Nelson's Flagship at the famous Battle Of The Nile on 1st/2nd August 1798. Nelson's Vanguard was designed by Slade (of Victory fame) and was one of fourteen 3rd rate 74 gun ships which formed the Arrogant class. The ship was ordered on 9th December 1779 and the keel laid down at Deptford on 16th October 1782. During this time, Britain was not at war so her build went ahead very slowly, being launched on 6th March 1787.

This superbly detailed kit from Victory Models has been designed and researched using the latest information and technologies available, making the kit very easy to build with no sacrifice to even the finest detail. As with all Victory Model designs, the kit features many innovations, like the pre-cut gun port patterns (eliminating the need to laboriously mark out and hand cut each port), proper 3D panelling detail, ultra-realistic chain plates, a fully detailed upper gun deck, photo-etched window frames which can be glazed, easy to follow step by step instructions and drawings and even an optional sail set complete with very detailed drawings.

The materials included in the kit are only the very best available - highest quality grade birch plywood, walnut plywood and walnut sheet. Photo etched brass sheets which include the minutest detail - this kit is truly the new benchmark for period model kits for price, quality, ease of construction and presentation. Accept no imitations!

As a huge bonus there will be three options in the box. You can make HMS Vanguard or HMS Bellerophon or HMS Elephant! That's right!! Option 1 being HMS Vanguard, option 2 being HMS Bellerophon and option 3 being HMS Elephant, and for each option there will be included in the box: specific casting parts; figureheads; armament; etc.!!

Specifications:
Scale 1:72
Length: 1171mm
Height: 895mm
Width: 486mm
Planking: Double
Stock code: VM1300/04

 £683.00  (€805.94)  ($867.41) 

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Euromodels Victory Models Mercury 1820 Russian 20 Gun Brig 1:64 Scale
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Victory Models Mercury 1820 Russian 20 Gun Brig 1:64 Scale

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The Russian 20 gun brig Mercury was laid down in Sevastopol on January 28, 1819. She was designed as a patrol ship to guard the Northern Caucasus coast. Built of Crimean oak, with a shallow draught and equipped with oars, the Mercury was launched on 7 May 1820 and broken up on November 9, 1857.

The Mercury fought in many important naval battles during her career; the most notable being when Mercury (commanded by lieutenant A. Kazarsky) and two other ships were sailing back home from the Anatolia coast and faced a large Turkish fleet. Due to light winds Mercury was not able to escape (she was not a rapid ship), while two other russian ships went ahead. Two turkish SHIPS OF THE LINE engaged Mercury into an apparently hopeless battle, which, however the Russian crew decided to make a bold stand. After few hours of heavy fighting, the much smaller and massively out matched (on paper) Russian brig, maneuvering both under sail and oars, had severely damaged the rigging of turkish ships (dismasting at least one of them) and thus forced them to retreat.
It is recorded that after the battle, a navigator of one the Turkish ships made a comment praising Mercury for her gallantry and strength, and the captain for his bravery;

If in the great deeds of ancient or our times there are the feats of bravery, so this act put the others in the shade and the name of a hero should be wrote by the gold letter in the shrine of glory: the captain was Kazarsky, and the name of this brig was Mercury""

Mercury is one of the most famous vessels of the Russian Navy, and Amati have researched this vessel as much as possible to make it as accurate and well detailed as it can be


The construction follows the same methods for the new Victory Models range; laser cut wooden parts throughout, many photo etched brass fittings and decoration, special photo etched copper plates, a huge amount of the highest quality wood strip in many sizes (First planking in lime wood, and second planking in walnut - masts and spar dowel is also walnut - not ramin), and construction plans and instructions that are ranked among the best and easy to follow in the field (There are 17 large plan sheets and a 40 + page A4 construction booklet!).

The carronade beds are laser cut in walnut, and each assembly has 7 photo etched parts. The carronades themselves have been made specifically for Mercury. The lower and main decks are laser engraved with the exact patterns of the original vessels' planking detail. There are multiple sets of photo etched fittings, including stern and quarter gallery fittings of the highest detail, reflecting as close as can be achieved to the original full size vessel. There is also a historically accurate full flag set and baseboard and cradles included in the kit.

Amati have also invested in brand new blocks (to go with the 17 individual reels and hanks of thread in various sizes) for this kit, which are CNC machined in pear wood and look like the real thing! Also, Amati now laser cut the closed heart blocks (plus adding the slot to stop the rigging from slipping off). We believe this will be the first major commercial kit with these type of fittings. This kit has been developed with the perfectionist in mind, and there is very little that can be added to make the model any more detailed than it already is, out of the box.

Specifications:
Scale 1:64
Length: 860mm
Height: 654mm
Planking: Double
Stock code: VM1300/06

 £353.00  (€416.54)  ($448.31) 

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