Corel 1/50 Dolphyn Ketch Privateer Wooden Ship Kit SM16
An attractive dutch ketch launched in 1750 armed with 10 cannon and 6 culverins
Scale 1/50, Length: 810mm, Height: 685mm.
£180.00
MRP £225.89you save £45.89
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(Product Ref #33395)

The Flying Fish's kit features plank-on-bulkhead construction with pre-cut frames and keel. Many traditional woods  are used throughout. Kit includes brass and hardwood fittings, rigging, silk-screened flags and display cradle. Plans and instruction book have been revised for easier construction.

Scale 1:50, Length: 745mm.
Skill Level 3

£144.00
MRP £181.73you save £37.73
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Available from shops: Stroud: 1
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The hull is double planked in limewood and walnut, with tanganyka strips for planking the deck. All wooden parts are pre-cut to facilitate assembly. Lanterns, railings and other fittings are brass, gilded cast metal and walnut. One hundred cast metal cannon and carronades are burnished for an authentic appearance. Brass gunport frames open and close with hinged lids. Display stand, five diameters or rigging, flags and hammock netting are provided. Fourteen sheets of plans plus an instruction book including directions for building the admiralty version guarantees a faithful replica.

Scale 1:98, Length: 1035mm.
Skill Level 3

£317.00
MRP £383.86you save £66.86
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(Product Ref #33062)
This cross section of the famous ship shows, in detail, how the ship was structured below decks, and how she functioned as a fighting vessel. Nothing is left to the imagination with this highly detailed model kit. All four decks of the vessel are represented, and even the stowage section at the base of the hull.

Scale 1:98, Height: 715mm. Skill Level 2
£99.00
MRP £120.91you save £21.91
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(Product Ref #45658)
18th Century British cutter. Length 780mm, Scale 1/50. appearing in the early 17 hundreds, the cutter was rigged with a single mast carrying a large spanker with a gaff & boom, jibs & flying jibs & one or more square stern-sheets.
£169.00
MRP £225.89you save £56.89
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(Product Ref #56308)
Corel 1/60 Endeavour British Brig SM41
British brig, 1768. Length 780mm, Scale 1:60. First exploration vessel for which we still have reasonably accurate data today. She set sail from Plymouth on 26 August 1768 under the command of Captain Cook with 94 people aboard, including officers.

Corel's kit features plank-on-bulkhead construction with pre-cut frames and keel. Poplar, walnut, basswood, tanganyka, mahogany, maple and beech are used throughout. Kit includes brass and hardwood fittings, rigging, silk-screened flags and display cradle. Plans and instruction book have been revised for easier construction.

Scale 1:60, Length: 780mm.
Skill Level 4

£195.95
MRP £238.75you save £42.80
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(Product Ref #68728)
The flattie was the term used locally for a typical boat used in the Chesapeake Bay on the east coast of the U.S. It reached its peak of use in the period 1880-1890, being particularly popular with local fisherman.

Scale 1/25, Length: 335mm, Height: 355mm.
£60.00
MRP £71.56you save £11.56
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Corel 1/25 Sloup French Coastal Fishing Boat Kit SM043
The "sloup coquiller" was typical of the area of Brest in the Department of Finisterre in Brittany, being used for catching shell-fish.
 Has White Sails not Red
Scale 1/25, Length: 320mm, Height: 405mm.
£60.00
MRP £71.56you save £11.56
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(Product Ref #33065)
The Llaut or Laud is a craft which is typical of Majorca (Spain) and can also be found in the neighbouring islands of Minorca and Ibiza. They were used for fishing with nets or for catching octopus.

The kit includes C.N.C. Routed frames for keel & bulkheads, and exotic wood strip for hull planking. Also included is the wooden deck planking, masts and spars, metal and wooden fittings, and cloth for the sails. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.

Scale 1:25, Length: 370mm.
Skill Level 2

£60.00
MRP £71.56you save £11.56
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The corvette Le Tonnant was a late 18th century French privateer and was typical of this class of ship. Carrying a large area of sail and highly armed with small calibre guns these ships, unlike pirate ships, flew their national flag. This ship should not be confused with the larger 80 gun ship of the same period also named Le Tonnant that was sunk at Abukir in 1798.

Plank on bulkhead assembly uses pre-cut plywood. All fittings are finished and ready to use, some parts must be cut from wood supplied. Bow and stern fillers assure correct hull shape, and double planking is done in limewood and walnut.
Brass figurehead, stern ornamentation and photo-etched brass parts are intricately detailed. Armament consists of a full set of cast metal cannon, ranging in size from 11 to 30 millimeters. kit is complete with cannon carriages as needed, gun port lids, silk screened flags, five diameters of rigging line, plans, illustrated instructions.

Scale 1:50, Length: 860mm.
Skill Level 4

£246.95
MRP £321.36you save £74.41
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The H.M.S. Bellona was one of the most famous 74-gun ships of the British Navy. The Bellona, launched on 19 February 1760, sailed to join the battlefleet which was then blockading Brest. On 30 December 1780 the Bellona took part in the capture of the 44-gun Dutch ship Princess Caroline; then she cruised off Gibraltar, in the North Sea and the West Indies. She was employed in the blockade of Cadiz; then, the Bellona was at Jamaica, at Portsmouth and at Barbados.

Plank on bulkhead assembly uses pre-cut plywood. All fittings are finished and ready to use, some parts must be cut from wood supplied. Bow and stern fillers assure correct hull shape, and double planking is done in limewood and walnut.
Brass figurehead, stern ornamentation and photo-etched brass parts are intricately detailed. Armament consists of a full set of cast metal cannon, ranging in size from 11 to 30 millimeters. kit is complete with cannon carriages as needed, gun port lids, silk screened flags, five diameters of rigging line, plans, illustrated instructions.

Scale 1:100, Length: 770mm.
Skill Level 4

£302.00
MRP £367.16you save £65.16
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(Product Ref #45656)
Corel 1/50 Ranger American Cutter 1823 Kit SM55
The Ranger was one of the typical American cutters built in the first half of the 19th century and basically used for surveillance and coastguard duties. It was armed with a large carronade installed in the centre of the deck that rotated on a circular guideway, permitting rapid fire from both sides of the hull with a single weapon. Note the particular elegant line of the Ranger, emphasised by the depth of the keel at the stern. Given the generic nature of the tasks it performed, no significant events are known in which this type of cutter was involved.

The kit includes C.N.C. routed frames for keel & bulkheads, and exotic wood strip for hull planking. Also included is the wooden deck planking, masts and spars, lost wax brass castings and wooden fittings, etched brass detailing, cloth for the sails and flags. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.

Scale 1:50, Length: 465mm.
Skill Level 2

£66.00
MRP £79.52you save £13.52
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(Product Ref #33068)
The Scotland, a ship dating back to the end of the eighteenth century, belongs to the category of the Baltic Ketch Yachts and was chiefly used for the transport of goods and passengers, also on rivers and the most important lakes. While being traditionally a work boat, so-called because it was mainly used for commercial purpose, the Scotland can be distinguished from the multitude of different kinds of relatively small boats, that is to say, those between 50 and 60 feet long, by its impressive sails and the pleasing and soft lines of the hull. Even Chapman himself, in a note dated 1775, mentioned this type of ship because of the purposes for which it was used, but he called it "Galeas, a Baltic Vessel".

The kit includes C.N.C. Routed�frames for keel & bulkheads, and exotic wood strip for hull planking. Also included is the wooden deck planking, masts and spars,�lost wax brass castings�and wooden fittings, etched brass detailing,�cloth for the sails and flags. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.

Scale 1:64, Length: 430mm.
Skill Level 2

£66.00
MRP £79.52you save £13.52
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(Product Ref #33069)
Corel 1/90 HMS Neptune British 58 Gun Heavy Frigate Kit 1700 SM058
The Neptune, reconstructed on the basis of original shipyard models perfectly preserved in the Greenwich Naval Museum, represents a 3rd class vessel (55/60 canons), which took part in the battle at La Hougue on 2 June 1692, where the English fleet commanded by Admiral Rooke, defeated the French fleet commanded by Admiral Tourville. Neptune has decorations that are typical of the Royal vessels of the period and reproduces the decorative part of the famous Admiral Prince in a smaller scale. The vessel underwent major changes, in the same way as other similar ships: the spritsail mast therefore disappeared and the jib boom was added to the bowsprit, and the bumpkin booms and the yards for the topgallants were added to the topmasts. The Neptune is an accurate reproduction in a 1:90 scale of a classic, fully-armed English vessel of the period - 58 canons - of which 26 on the lower deck, 24 on the main deck and 8 on the quarterdeck. Particularly pleasing from an aesthetic aspect, the Neptune represents perhaps one of the last British vessels so richly decorated of that period.

Plank on bulkhead assembly uses pre-cut plywood. All fittings are finished and ready to use, some parts must be cut from wood supplied. Bow and stern fillers assure correct hull shape, and double planking is done in limewood and walnut.
Brass figurehead, stern ornamentation and photo-etched brass parts are intricately detailed. Armament consists of a full set of cast metal cannon. kit is complete with cannon carriages as needed, gun port lids, silk screened flags, five diameters of rigging line, plans, illustrated instructions.

Scale 1:90, Length: 560mm.
Skill Level 4

£264.00
MRP £316.61you save £52.61
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(Product Ref #31232)
The Greyhound was a frigate with 20 cannons designed by Stacey, launched from the Deptford shipyard on February 13, 1720. Little is known of its seafaring history, it seems that together with other very similar ships, it was used in the Mediterranean to fight the pirates that plagued the coasts. The results were disappointing because the pirate ships were very agile, and armed with 4-6 cannons in the bow, and confronted the frigates head-on and prevailed.

The H.M.S. Greyhound model features plank-on-frame construction in C.N.C. routed wood. The hull uses flexible lime-wood strips for the first planking and dark walnut for the second. Fittings include ready-to-use blocks and deadeyes, blackened metal anchors, brass rods and nails, and gilded metal stern and bow decorations. Britannia metal gunports and lifeboat are expertly cast. Twenty burnished metal cannon on wooden carriages sit on the main deck. Kit is complete with wooden display board and cradle, four sheets of plans and illustrated instruction manual.

Scale 1:96, Length: 425mm.
Skill Level 3

£126.95
MRP £150.22you save £23.27
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H.M.S. Peregrine was built in 1686 for the fleet of King George III as a sixth rate vessel. Carrying 18 small-caliber cannon, she was too lightly armed to participate in the important naval battles of the day. Instead, she was used for escort duty and to transport important persons and messages.

Plank on bulkhead assembly uses pre-cut plywood. All fittings are finished and ready to use, some parts must be cut from wood supplied. Bow and stern fillers assure correct hull shape, and double planking is done in limewood and walnut.
Brass figurehead, stern ornamentation and photo-etched brass parts are intricately detailed. Armament consists of a full set of cast metal cannon, ranging in size from 11 to 30 millimeters. kit is complete with cannon carriages as needed, gun port lids, silk screened flags, five diameters of rigging line, plans, illustrated instructions.

Scale 1:96, Length: 425mm.
Skill Level 3

£78.95
MRP £98.96you save £20.01
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(Product Ref #76842)

On July 23, 1812 two hundred American shipwrights, under the direction of Adam and Noah Brown, laid the keel for a 20-gun brig Eagle. The new brig Eagle was launched on August 11, just 19 days later, measuring 117 feet, 3 inches in length and 34 feet in the beam. Armament consisted of twelve 32-pounder carronades and eight 18-pounder long guns, with a crew of about 150.  

Scale 1/85, Length: 650mm, Height: 440mm.

£259.58
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(Product Ref #2785)
Corel 1/75 HMS Unicorn British Frigate 1790 Kit SM011
An elegant frigate, designed for the British Fleet by Chapman at the end of the 18th century. Like the original, our model is armed with 24 guns on the open fighting deck and 8 guns below, all complete with gun mountings and wheels. The sleek and tapered line of the hull and the impressive masts make this an extremely striking and beautiful ship.

Plank on bulkhead assembly uses pre-cut plywood. All fittings are finished and ready to use, some parts must be cut from wood supplied. Bow and stern fillers assure correct hull shape, and double planking is done in limewood and walnut.
Brass figurehead, stern ornamentation and photo-etched brass parts are intricately detailed. Armament consists of a full set of cast metal cannon, ranging in size from 11 to 30 millimeters. kit is complete with cannon carriages as needed, gun port lids, silk screened flags, five diameters of rigging line, plans, illustrated instructions.

Scale 1:75, Length: 840mm.
Skill Level 4

£205.00
MRP £251.59you save £46.59
Available from shops: Stroud: 1
(Product Ref #26313)

Completed model length 940mm, height 703mm width 330mm
Plank on frame construction with many metal detailing parts. Many frames are pre-cut, but other parts require cutting from board using printed cutting lines and shaping to finish. Rigging cord is supplied, sail materials not included.

£405.00
MRP £517.06you save £112.06
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In 1609, the English captain, Henry Hudson aboard the HALF MOON was trying to find a North-West passage to Asia when he discovered a bay into which a river 500 km long drained. After sailing up the river, Hudson took possession in the name of the Dutch government, baptising it the North or Maurice River in honour of the Prince of Nassau.

Scale 1/50, Length: 520mm, Height: 525mm.
£165.95
MRP £198.86you save £32.91
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(Product Ref #80367)
The model reproduces a typical dhow used in the waters surrounding the Arabian peninsula for fishing and coastal trading. During the colonial occupation, the Italian Navy armed them with 37 mm guns.

Scale 1/50, Length: 575mm, Height: 465mm.
£102.99
MRP £125.66you save £22.67
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The Dragon is, perhaps the most famous fixed keel monotype yacht in the International Classes.
Monotypes are regatta boats subject to strict rules which establish the shape, weight, dimensions, construction details and sail area.

Scale 1/25, Length: 360mm, Height: 500mm, Width: 80mm.
£74.00
MRP £87.48you save £13.48
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Inshore racing is yacht racing generally within sight of land or from land to nearby islands, as�opposed to offshore racing across open water and oceans. The duration of races may�be daylight only, overnight or passage races of several days. These yachting regattas are popular in both Britain and America, and allow for different classes and skills.

The kit includes C.N.C. Routed frames for keel & bulkheads, and exotic wood strip for hull planking. Also included is the wooden deck planking, masts and spars, metal and wooden fittings and cloth for the sails. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.

Scale 1:25, Length: 390mm.
Skill Level 2

£71.00
MRP £87.48you save £16.48
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The famous naval architect, F.H. Chapman, in his treaty Architettura Navalis Mercatoria of 1775, sketched and described a small Dutch fishing boat. He finished it off, however, with light and pleasant decorations which transformed it into an original and elegant pleasure boat and gave it the name of A Dutch Herrenyacht. The Leida, too, has its origins in one of the typical Dutch fishing boats of the eighteenth century.

The kit includes C.N.C. Routed frames for keel & bulkheads, and exotic wood strip for hull planking. Also included is the wooden deck planking, masts and spars, metal and wooden fittings, and cloth for the sails. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.

Scale 1:64, Length: 350mm.
Skill Level 2

£66.00
MRP £79.52you save £13.52
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(Product Ref #46278)
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