Atlantics WM's tenth release is ATL10K a waterline die-cast model kit of the Royal Navies latest hunter killer submarine, the Astute class, now essential components in a naval task force. A bonus is the inclusion in the kit of an optional bolt on model of the experimental special forces Salamander pod.
Ocean is officially designated 'Landing Platform Helicopter' (LPD). A resin hull with brass detailing parts enables production of a really nicely detailed model and flight deck markings are included to give a professional finish.
Straight forward kit of Royal Navy's HMS Cornwall with a one piece solid resin hull and superstructure and white metal detailing parts, plus etched brass handrails and aerials. Paint and glue is required to complete the kit.Decals for HMS Cornwall, pennant number F99 only are included. These are waterslide transfers and an acrylic varnish is recommended for protection purposes.
Straight forward resin kit of Royal Navy's HMS Richmond with solid hull and detailing parts, plus etched brass handrails and aerials. Decals for several other Type 23's are included.
Paint and glue is required to complete the kit.
A easy to make kit version of the Atlantics WM resin model, the Bay Class LSD. Etched brass detailing parts help give the model a fine appearance and a choice of four names is provided, including Largs Bay, which was sold to Australia in 2011 and renamed HMAS Choules, despite the fact that there is a Largs Bay on the Australian coast.
Enhancing the model are several cargo and deck handling items, including a LCT10, Containers, Deck Handling Vehicles,
Model length is just under 10" (24.5cm) so its a good size.
Atlantics kit of the Royal Navy Sandown class minesweeper with metal hull, resin superstructure . Brass detailing parts. Easy construction with paint and glue (epoxy and super glues best) necessary to finish the model. Transfers for Sandown included.
Finished model 3" x 9/16" x 13/16" high
Resin kit of the lead ship for the Type 12 Whitby class. Resin and white metal parts, decals and etched brass detail parts. Assembly guide.Length = 160mm width 18mm
Resin kit of HMS Plymouth, the Type 12 Rothesay-class frigate that took part in the Falklands campaign in 1982. Resin and white metal parts, decals and etched brass detail parts. Assembly guide.
Fine resin kit of the Royal Navy's Ice Patrol vessel HMS Endurance. Resin hull and parts with brass detail and transfers.
Mt Miniatures MTM002K 1/700th resin kit of the Royal Navy's HMS Leander, the name ship of the most famous post war class of frigate. Resin hull and parts with brass detail and transfers.
Fine resin kit of the Royal Navy's F114 HMS Ajax, a Leander class Ikara conversion.Other Leanders converted were:Aurora F10, Euryalus F15, Galatea F18, Arethusa F38, Naiad F39, Dido F104, and Leander F109. These were all converted (1973-76) to carry the Ikara anti-submarine system in place of a 4.5" gun. Additionally the ships carried 2 x 40mm guns, 2 sea Cat Missile Stsytems, 1 Mortar Mk 10, 1 Wap helicopter.
Fine resin kit of the Royal Navy's F75 HMS Charybdis, Leander Class, after conversion to carry the Sea Wolf missile system. F57 Andromeda, F58 Hermione, F60 Jupiter and F71 Scylla were also converted
Fine resin kit of the Royal Navy's F28 HMS Cleopatra, Leander class frigate converted to carry Exocet missiles. Length 160mm Width 20mm Height approx 30mm.
Fine resin kit of one of the Royal Navy's most successful aircraft carriers HMS Victorious. Deck aircraft include the Scimitar, Buccaneer and Phantom, covering the main aircraft operated during the carrier's life span.
A well detailed 1/700 waterline model of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary replenishment tanker Wave Ruler A390! The resin hull and brass detailing parts ensure a really good effect.Illustrations are actually of the master for Wave KnightModel Size: 280mm long x 40mm beam (11 1/4" x 1 5/8") approx.
This Mt Miniatues MTM014 Type 82 Destroyer D23 HMS Bristol kit comes complete with resin and white metal parts, photo etched detail and decals to complete this model of HMS Bristol. Also included in the kit is a Lynx helicopter for use on the Flight deck if requiredLength 220mm, Beam 25mm, Height 45mm
With a solid resin hull, the Atlantics model of the RN's Type 45 destroyer fits in well with the rest of the range. Cyanoacrylate (super glue) is best used for assembling the white metal and etched brass detailing parts. Decals for each of the class members are provide as is a LynxHMA8 helicopter.
HMS Conqueror, the Royal Navy's Churchill Class Submarine,.famous for her contribution in the Falkland War where she sank the Argentine cruiser General Belgrano.
Atlantics' 1/700th scale resin model kit of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Fleet Tanker A273 Black Rover, as operating in 2014. The kit provides a resin hull with photo etched or cast metal detailing parts and is very straight forward to build and paint.Model length 200 mm x beam 27.5 mm RFA Black Rover is one of just two Rover Class fleet supply tankers - the other is Gold Rover. The ship was commissioned into the Royal Navy on the 23rd August 1974 and with over 40 years service has obviously been very successful. A varied career included an independent 2013 deployment to the Falkland Islands and South Georgia. Decommissing is due in 2016.
Straight forward kit of HMS Albion or HMS Bulwark with solid resin hull and detailing parts, plus etched brass handrails and aerials. Decals for Albion or Bulwark are included as is the deck handling equipment supplied with the ready painted version.
MTM041 Resin Assembly kit of HMS Lynx Royal Navy Type 41 Leopard Class Anti Aircraft Frigate. Paint and glue reuired to complete.
MTM042 is HMS Salisbury, the Royal Navy's Type 61 Cathedral Class, also known as the Salisbury Class, Aircraft Direction Frigate. She was launched in the 1950's and remained in service until she was sunk as a target in 1985. Prior to this, she was the harbour training ship in Devonport.
Atlantics Waterline and MT Miniatures use finely detailed resin or die-cast metal hulls and superstructures with brass detailing parts. Kit versions provide the opportunity to customize and produce excellent models. The paint and glues necessary can be purchased separately on the site. Ready built and painted versions are available - see the separate section. Atlantics are concentrating on RN ships from about the time of the Falklands war right up to the present day. MT will be mostly post war to seventies.