Die-cast metal to Albatros's usual high standard of this Point Class sealift ship - it is one of six. Painted in civilian colours
A 1/1250 scale metal model of the type 45 destroyer, D33 HMS Dauntless. Deployed to the South Atlantic station 30 years after the Falklands campaign, her presence upset the Argentine government.The model is fully assembled and painted and all 6 members of the Daring class are available from Antics.
RFA Gold Rover has now docked at Antics in the form of a 1/1250 scale, fully finished and painted collector's model. The sistership, RFA Black Rover (Alk323) is also available from Antics
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Protector by Albatros Alk319. The latest addition to our South Atlantic fleet, formerly Polarbjorn.
A 1/1250 scale metal model of HMS Ark Royal (V) after her last refit in 2006 until the end of her service in the Royal Navy.
The RRS James Cook is a British Royal Research Ship operated by the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC). She was built in 2006 to replace the ageing RRS Charles Darwin with funds from Britain's NERC and the DTI's Large Scientific Facilities Fund. She was named after Captain James Cook, the British explorer, navigator and cartographer at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton by HRH The Princess Royal.
Just in (Dec 2020) and Albatros's latest is of the RN type 26, latest City Class frigate HMS GLASGOW under construction by BAE. The class is mainly intended for anti submarine work with 8 ships planned and designed to replace the Type 23's. 3 ships are already under construction. 'Glasgow' has been with BAE Systems in Glasgow since July 2019 and is scheduled to enter service in 2025150 x 20.8m, max8000 t, max 26 knots, crew: 118 to 208 people
Albatros's 1/1250 scale, metal, waterline model of HMS Iron Duke, a Type 23 frigate. The model is based on a new casting.
HMS Iron Duke is a Type 23 Duke class frigate of the Royal Navy, the third ship to bear the name, was launched on 2 March 1991 in the presence of the Duke and Duchess of Wellington, and is named after Arthur Wellesley, the first Duke of Wellington (the "Iron Duke"). She was the fifth Duke-class to be launched, at a cost of £140 million, and is affiliated to Kingston upon Hull,
Britain's newest SSN the Astute class attack submarine Artful modelled in resin and painted as she appeared when leaving Barrow-in-Furness on trials.