An air defence Destroyer to support the "Helicopter Destroyer", Hyuga.
Albatros's Alk451A was new in 2014. Ashigara DDG-178 Japanese Destroyer with Aegis 2008
Albatros' die-cast model of a JMSDF warship (February 2016) - the name ship of the Akizuki class of four. These modern destroyers of the Japanese Maritme Self Defence Force were built at Nagasaki with a full load displacement of 6800 tons and a speed of 30 knots.First released May 2015!
Albatros's latest die-cast model of a JMSDF warship - the name ship of the Akizuki class of four.
Albatros's latest die-cast model of a JMSDF warship
Generally used for landing troops, this sort of vessel sits uneasily in a "Maritime Defence Force"!
This is a full hull 1/1250 scale model of the JMDF submarine, Soryu, that is complete with a display stand and a cast set of blocks to enable the model to displayed in a dry dock.
Extending Albatros' European range, an early 2020 release is imminent of this waterline metal model of the Spanish Navy's F100 class frigate Blas de Lezo..
A 1/1250 scale metal model of a KDX II-class stealth destroyer of the South Korean navy (ROKS). The model carries the pennant number of the first of the class to enter service, Chungmugong Yi Sun-sin. 6 ships are now in service and a batch 2 version is planned.
Member of the unusually described Hyuga class Helicopter Destroyers that in the west would simply be helicopter carriers.
Unusually described Helicopter Destroyers, in west would simply be helicopter carrier, this is the name ship for the class.
A 1/1250 scale waterline model of the Japanese Maritime Defence Force submarine Soryu, completed in 2011. A full hull model, Alk454, with separate stand and blocks is also available.
An excellent die-cast metal miniature flagship model from Albatros, this very impressive waterline model is now in available. Shenyang J-15 Flying Shark aircraft are available to purchase separately (product no. Alk-Z11, 54598) at additional cost. The first Chinese aircraft carrier, Liaoning commissioned into the People's Liberation Army Navy on 25th September 2012. This new/old ship was originally laid down in 1988 as a Admiral Kuznetsov class multirole aircraft carrier for the Soviet Navy but never completed. Purchased in 1998 by the People's Republic of China and towed to Dalian Shipyard in north eastern China, the ship was completely rebuilt and underwent sea trials, before commissioning into the PLAN.In December 2013 the carrier is reported to have narrowly missed colliding with the USS Cowpens in the South China Sea, as tension mounts over China's announcement of an air defense zone.