A 1/1250 scaleresin model of the German battlecruiser Scharnhorst in Brest in 1941 by Coastlines Models.A diorama model of the battlecruiser in drydock under camouflage netting.
These two pontoons were cut from a single German drydock and used as a pair, face to face, to winch scuttled destroyers to the surface in Scapa Flow. The same system was used to raise the Russian submarine, Kursk, eighty years later.
New for 2013! An underwater hull to suit a United States Pennsylvania-class battleship at the outbreak of WW2.This is one of a series of underwater hulls to fit 1/1250 scale warship models , ask for details of other models that have been made.The Neptun battleship model and the floating drydock are not included in the price.
New for 2014! Another of the small ships that Rhenania Junior does so well.
New for 2013! A new ship to protect the EU's eastern frontier.
A 1/1250 scale resin model of Prinz Eugen in drydock at Brest after her Atlantic sortie with Bismarck by Coastlines Models.When Prinz Eugen arrived in Brest in 1941, both Scharnhorst & Gneisenau were under repair in the twin graving docks. Prinz Eugen was docked in the commercial dock at right angles to the others and covered in camouflage netting except at the stern where canvas sheets were used to conceal the ship, as modelled here. The key elements of this scene, the U-boat bunker, the twin graving docks and this dock in the commercial harbour are available from Antics.
An extended version of the colonial trading post and fortress on the coast of Ghana, west Africa founded in 1683 on behalf of Brandenburg Prussia by a Dutch adventurer, Bejamin Raule. The ruined buildings still exist.
From Needles Old Battery to the lighthouse, modelled at low tide with the half-tide rocks exposed and breaking waves painted on a transparent base. 35 cm (14 inches) long.
New for 2014! A model of the Smalls lighthouse, in the middle of St Georges Channel, as it can be seen today.The photograph is of the protoype model. The production version has more white water and the clear film has been eliminated. A new photograph will be uploaded shortly.
New for 2012! A lightship of the US Coastguard Service. Unlike most European ships, the USCG ships are powered vessels. WLV605 had a sistership, WLV604.
M/S Murwik is named after the Naval Academy in Flensburg and was built in 1959 (Forde-Reederei GMBH, Flensburg. Still working today under the name Jens Albrecht in and around Emden.
New for 2013! A large pilot boat able to stand out to sea and to operate in treacherous waters.
Accurate 1:1250 scale models of coastal features. Where rocks are featured as part of a lighthouse model they are mounted on a clear plastic film.
Note that when no current stock availability is shown delivery normally takes around 4/6 weeks!