The Lady Nelson was used in the exploration of the coast of Australia in the early years of the 19th century, being the first vessel to sail eastward through Bass Strait, the first to sail along the entire eastern coastline of Australia, as well as the first to enter Port Phillip Bay. Lady Nelson was also involved in the founding of the cities of Hobart, Launceston, Melbourne and Brisbane. This good quality kit is the first resulting from co-operation between Euromodels of England and Amati of Italy. Everything required to finish the model is in the box, including a polished hardwood baseboard and turned brass columns for display. A rewarding wooden boat kit!

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

Scale 1/64 - Total length: 530mm.
Skill Level 2

A very pretty little ship.

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The "Granado" was one of twelve bomb vessels built for the Royal Navy to supplement its depleted fleet at the outbreak of the War of Jenkin's Ear (1739). She was originally built as a sloop by Thomas Slade, who went on to design Victory, she was converted to a bomb vessel in 1765. Designed for laying siege from the sea, it had to accommodate heavy mortars with their tremendous recoil. As a bomb vessel she performed her duties admirably. The kit has been based upon the original Admiralty plans that still exist.

The kit includes laser cut 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 photo-etch detailing. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.

Scale 1:64, Length: 800mm
Skill Level 3

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Victory Models 1/64 HMS Fly Sixth Rate Sloop 1300/03
The third kit available from Victory Models, a new manufacturer born out of a collaboration between Euromodels of England and Amati of Italy. The HMS Fly assembly kit has all the advantages of innovative design, coupled with the enormous wealth of experience gained over many decades from both companies. A major feature of all Victory Models kits are their inclusiveness. Absolutely all the modeller requires to complete a truly miniature masterpiece is included within every box. Both the novice and more experienced modeller will find this new range both challenging and satisfying, due to the advanced design techniques that allow more detail to be included without making the assembly any more difficult.

Only the very best of materials are used in this kits manufacture. From limewood and walnut strips for the planking, tanganyka strips for the deck, all metal fittings, very detailed and accurate photo etched brass sheets and birch plywood that has been laser cut to ensure 100% accuracy used for the keel and bulkheads. Also included is walnut faced plywood and solid walnut then laser cut for the smaller detail parts. To aid construction the most accurate and complete superbly drawn plans ever seen in any kit together with a separate illustrated instruction booklet all originally drawn and written in the UK.

Scale 1:64, Length: 810mm.
Skill Level 4

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H.M.S. Pegasus was the sixth vessel built of the Swan Class of ship rigged sloop, of which twenty five of the class were built from 1766 to 1780. Pegasus, as with the entire Swan class, was designed by Williams and her construction was ordered by the Admiralty on 1st August 1775 to be built at Sheerness Dockyard. The keel was laid in May 1775 and launched on 27th December 1776. The Swan class of 6th Rate sloops were unusually attractive for the class of vessel, with not only very sleek hull lines but also the unusual amount of decoration for the size of vessel. They were built just before the Admiralty issued orders that all vessels (especially lesser rates) were to have the minimal amount of decoration and carvings to save any unnecessary costs, due to the seemingly ever continuing war with France and other nations. There is little remaining about H.M.S. Pegasus's operational career, but from what little evidence there is, Pegasus was commissioned mainly for convoy escort and dispatch duty. Pegasus had a very short operation career, foundering off Newfoundland on 31st October 1777, her sister, H.M.S. Fly also foundered off Newfoundland some years later in 1802. The Swan Class measured 97' 7" on the gun deck and displaced 300 tons. They carried 125 officers and men and initially carried 14 guns (later 16) and 16 swivel guns.

The kit includes laser cut frames for keel & bulkheads, exotic wood strip for hull planking, and all new photoetched parts (which include footrope stirrups, hammock cranes, oars and other boat fittings, complete stunsail boom fittings, decoration, etc.), . Also included is the wooden deck planking, masts and spars,?resin and wooden fittings. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.

Scale 1/64 - Total length: 800mm
Skill Level 3

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Amati Dutch Golden Yacht Ship-in-bottle 1350
The ship-in-a-bottle conundrum never ceases to amaze. Just how do you get a ship, twice the size of the bottle-neck into the bottle? Now's your chance to test out the technique for yourself, and the clear instructions will guide you through the mystery. The Dutch yacht model is highly detailed for it's size, and is certainly a unique subject.

This Ship in a bottle kit includes precut keel, frames; wooden strips for planking; wooden and metal accessories and fittings; bottle, colour printed decorations and windows; masts, spars, rigging rope; cloth sails; instructions and plans.

Scale 1/300 - Total length: 130mm.
Skill Level 3

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"Gold gleamed on bows and silver glittered on each vessels. The fleet was magnificent and its captain could conquer entire worlds just showing it off. The sight of the fleet itself could terrorize the enemy". King Olaf Tryggvesson called his drakkar "Ormen Lange", the Long Snake, and it become a legend of the North Sea. These drakkars were decorated with a dragon head figurehead and could reach 48 meters long. Drakkars had to be light and extremely manoeuvrable.

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

Scale 1:50 , Length: 440mm.
Skill Level 3

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Edward England, the scourge of the African Waters; John Calico Rackam, who plundered West Indies together with his lady pirate Anne Bonny; Bartholomew Roberts, who became a pirate for love of novelty and change; Edward Teach, better known as Blackbeard: these were the men who led crews of violent and homeless sailors to the plundering of towns and ships. The kit includes laser cut frames for keel & bulkheads, and exotic wood strip for hull planking. Also included is the wooden deck planking, masts and spars, resin and wooden fittings, cloth for the sails and flags. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.

Scale 1:60, Length: 780mm.
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The "Pinta" together with the Nina and the Santa Maria, formed the fleet for the voyage of discovery led by Christopher Columbus. She was originally lateen rigged with one mast square rigged (caravela redonda) but was refitted just 10 days into the expedition leaving just the rear mast lateen rigged. There are not many contemporary evidences on the two caravels, except for the few oblique references that can be found in a resume of Columbus Journal. Nevertheless two things are pretty sure: both ships belonged to the Pinzon family and at the very beginning both of them had lateen sails. Then during the first stop at the Canary Island the Pinta replaced its lateen sails with square sails. This operation, together with the substitution of the mast delayed the departure of four weeks. Columbus always referred to Niña and Pinta as the Caravels

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

Scale 1:65, Length: 450mm .
Skill Level 2

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

Scale 1:60, Length: 650mm.
Skill Level 3

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This vessel of 230 tons was built for commercial owners but taken over in 1787 by the Royal Navy for journeys of exploration and research. The Bounty became famous for the mutiny of its crew that rebelled against Captain William Bligh in order to return to Tahiti. The fine kit is made possible thanks to the original drawings still held by the admiralty.

The kit includes laser cut frames for keel & bulkheads, and exotic wood strip for hull planking. Also included is the wooden deck planking, masts and spars,resin and wooden fittings, silk cloth for flags. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.

Scale 1:60, Length: 720mm.

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The last thing a clipper ship, loaded with tea and spices, wanted to see was a Chinese Pirate Junk, bristling with cannons. Junks such as this dotted the rivers and harbors of China and Hong Kong, and it was often impossible to tell whether they belonged to merchants or pirates until it was too late.

Kit includes pre-cut beech and walnut parts; plank on bulkhead construction; wooden and metal fittings; sail cloth with bamboo parts; plan and instructions. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.

Scale 1:100, Length: 400mm.
Skill Level 2

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The Schooner Hannah was the first armed American naval vessel of the American Revolution and is claimed to be the founding vessel of the United States Navy. She was owned by John Glover's in-laws of Marblehead, Massachusetts and was named for his wife, Hannah Glover. The crew was drawn largely from the town of Marblehead. The schooner was hired into the service of the American Continental Army by General George Washington. Washington commissioned Nicolson Broughton to command the Hannah on September 2, 1775 and ordered the vessel to cruise against the enemy. Hannah set sail from the harbor of Beverly, Massachusetts on September 5, 1775, but fled to the protection of the harbor of Gloucester, Massachusetts two days later under the pursuit of HMS Lively and a second British vessel. Leaving Gloucester Harbor, Hannah captured the British Sloop Unity.

The kit includes a pre-made resin hull, eliminating the need for hull planking, making this kit an ideal subject for a complete beginner. Also included is the wooden deck planking, masts and spars, metal and wooden fittings, cloth for the sails and flags. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.

Scale 1:70 , Length: 430mm .
Skill Level 3

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The Revenue Cutter Roger B. Taney was designed by Isaac Webb and was used by the U.S. Coast Guard.It was armed as a schooner and it featured a large sail system, in fact this Revenue Cutter could endure very high rates. The new rudder mechanism, which replaced the old tiller, was a very important characteristic.

The kit includes prebuilt resin hull; wooden planking; masts and spars; metal and wooden fittings; decorations; cloth for sails and flags. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.

Scale 1:60, Length: 690mm.
Skill Level 2

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The Robert E. Lee, nicknamed the "Monarch of the Mississippi," was a steamboat built in New Albany, Indiana in 1866 from the brilliant idea of Fulton and Livingston. The hull was designed by DeWitt Hill, and cost $200,000 to build. It was named for the great Confederate general Robert E. Lee, and gained its greatest fame for beating the then-current Natchez in an 1870 steamboat race in 3 days, 18 hours & 14 minutes.

The kit includes a solid wooden hull; machine turned smokestacks; photo-etched brass stanchions and decorations; white metal windows, doors, paddlewheels; wooden planking for deck and cabin and metal accessories. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.

Scale 1:50, Length: 600mm.
Skill Level 4

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Amati 1/250 RMS Titanic 1912 Wooden Ship kit 1606
At the time of its launch the Titanic was the largest moving vessel ever built and destined to become the most famous ship of all time.The story has fascinated people since April 14, 1912 when it sank in 2 1/2 hours after striking an iceberg on its maiden voyage to America. Amati have produced what must be the most accurate and detailed kit of this ship. The jam packed box of wooden parts includes 9 sheets of plans with a full colour overall building plan (a work of art in itself), 9 sheets of photo-etched brasswork to give superb detail - even down to rivets on the upper metalwork.

The kit includes laser cut frames for keel & bulkheads, and wood strip for hull planking. Also included is the wooden deck planking, brass and wooden fittings; photo etched brass details;  The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction. Due to the large hull, this model can be Radio Controlled.

Scale 1:250, Length: 1092mm.
Skill Level 3

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This marvelous reproduction of a ship of the line Grand Banks, now known and appreciated throughout the world. The construction of these offshore Yachts began in 1965 with an idea of a certain Robert Newton, who decided to build a boat made to measure for him. The development project developed from a working trawler, very widespread in North America in the area of New Foundland where the Grand banks can be found, hence the name of these diesel powered boats.

The kit includes glass fibre hull, with laser cut frames for bulkheads, and decking. Also included are the wooden superstructure sheets, brass and wooden fittings, resin details. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction. Due to the large hull, this model can be Radio Controlled.

Scale 1:20, Length: 720mm.
Skill Level 3

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Amati 1/300 US Schooner Hannah 1775 Ship-in-bottle 1355
The ship-in-a-bottle conundrum never ceases to amaze. Just how do you get a ship, twice the size of the bottle-neck�into the bottle? Now's your chance to test out the technique�for yourself, and the clear instructions will guide you through the mystery. The�Hannah model is highly detailed for it's size, and is certainly a unique subject.

This Ship in a bottle kit includes precut keel, frames; wooden strips for planking; wooden and metal accessories and fittings; bottle,�colour printed decorations and windows; masts, spars, rigging rope; cloth sails; instructions and plans.

Scale 1/300�- Total length: 130mm.
Skill Level 3

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Amati 1/80 Endeavour 1934 J Class Wooden Boat Kit 1700/10
The Schooner Endeavour staked a claim on the America's Cup, winning the first two races. The third regatta was bound to be the most exciting. Fate played an unkind trick to Sir Thoms Sopwith, who failed and thus couldn't win the America's Cup.

Kit features plank-on-frame construction with laser cut keel, frames and deck; double planking in basswood and mahogany; metal and wooden fittings; cloth sails; wooden detailed mast; brass photoetched parts; plans and detailed instructions.

Scale 1:80, Length: 480mm.
Skill Level 3

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The Rainbow was designed by Starling Burgess, in order to defend the colours of the United States. The pilot was Mr. Harols S. Vanderbilt, who expressly wanted this yacht to challenge the strong contender Endeavour.

Scale 1:80, Length: 480mm, Height: 700mm.

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The Rainbow was designed by Starling Burgess, in order to defend the colours of the United States. The pilot was Mr. Harols S. Vanderbilt, who expressly wanted this yacht to challenge the strong contender Endeavour.

Kit features a pre-moulded Resin hull for ease of construction; planking in mahogany; metal and wooden fittings; cloth sails; wooden detailed mast; brass photoetched parts; plans and detailed instructions.

Scale 1:80, Length: 480mm.
Skill Level��2

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The Schooner Endeavour staked a claim on the America's Cup, winning the first two races. The third regatta was bound to be the most exciting. Fate played an unkind trick to Sir Thoms Sopwith, who failed and thus couldn't win the America's Cup.

Kit includes pre-built resin hull; high quality wooden deck and planking; metal and wooden fittings; and cloth sails. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.

Scale 1:80, Length: 480mm.
Skill Level 2

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The Schooner Endeavour staked a claim on the America's Cup, winning the first two races. The third regatta was bound to be the most exciting. Fate played an unkind trick to Sir Thoms Sopwith, who failed and thus couldn't win the America's Cup.

Kit features plank-on-frame construction with laser cut keel, frames and deck; double planking in basswood and mahogany; metal and wooden fittings; cloth sails; wooden detailed mast; brass photoetched parts; plans and detailed instructions.

Scale 1:35, Length: 1150mm.
Skill Level 4

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To build this model you do not need any special tool, you just need some glue for wood and a lot of imagination. You can enrich your model with many accessories from the Amati line, just like the pirates did.

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This model, together with all the others making up the First Step series, does not require any previous model maker experience and no specific tools are needed. Your imagination will suggest you how to embellish it with all Amati accessories or you could add your own decorations on bulwarks and decks.

Code: 600/04
Scale: 1:135
Length: 26 cm
Width: 6 cm
Height: 28 cm
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Bluenose, a 285 ton schooner, famous for winning the 'International Fisherman's Trophy' in 1921 at a�regatta,�held in alternate years, off Lunenberg in Nova Scotia and Gloucester in New England. Entry to the contest was strictly confined to genuine fishing vessels. After her victory, Bluenose went on to win every single race for which she was entered.

Kit includes: Pre-cut wooden parts, Double planking on bulkhead construction, Wooden and metal fittings, masts, spars, rope and sail cloth.The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.

Scale 1:100, Length: 540mm.
Skill Level 2

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HMS Vanguard (or HMS Bellerophon or HMS Elephant!!). This 74 gun Ship Of The Line was Nelson's Flagship at the famous Battle Of The Nile on 1st/2nd August 1798. Nelson's Vanguard was designed by Slade (of Victory fame) and was one of fourteen 3rd rate 74 gun ships which formed the Arrogant class. The ship was ordered on 9th December 1779 and the keel laid down at Deptford on 16th October 1782. During this time, Britain was not at war so her build went ahead very slowly, being launched on 6th March 1787.

This superbly detailed kit from Victory Models has been designed and researched using the latest information and technologies available, making the kit very easy to build with no sacrifice to even the finest detail. As with all Chris Watton designs, the kit features many of his innovations, like the pre-cut gun port patterns (eliminating the need to laboriously mark out and hand cut each port), proper 3D panelling detail, ultra-realistic chain plates, a fully detailed upper gun deck, photo-etched window frames which can be glazed, easy to follow step by step instructions and drawings and even an optional sail set complete with very detailed drawings

Scale 1:72, Length: 1171mm.          
Skill Level 4

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This little ship formed part of the fleet commanded by Christopher Columbus for his voyage of discovery in 1492. She was originally named "Santa Clara" but was nicknamed and became widely known as "Nina". There are not many contemporary evidences on the two caravels, except for the few oblique references that can be found in a resume of Columbus Journal. Nevertheless two things are pretty sure: both ships belonged to the Pinzon family and at the very beginning both of them had lateen sails. Then during the first stop at the Canary Island the Pinta replaced its lateen sails with square sails. This operation, together with the substitution of the mast delayed the departure of four weeks. Columbus always referred to Niña and Pinta as the Caravels

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

Scale 1:65, Length: 370mm.
Skill Level 2

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A sturdy ship, with a much more resistant construction than other ships, in order to support reinforced decks which were designed to absorb the mortars powerful kickback. The kit includes a pre-made resin hull, eliminating the need for hull planking, making this kit an ideal subject for a complete beginner. Also included is the wooden deck planking, masts and spars, metal and wooden fittings, cloth for the flags. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you through every step of construction.
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Dorade is considered the very first modern yacht. It appeared in Europe in 1931 at the Fastnet, sailed by the two Stephens brothers Rod and Olin. At first sight Dorade seemed to be too thin and delicate even though it won the Transatlantic Regata doubling Fastned first, all alone. In 1932 it won the Bermuda regata and in 1933 it defeated all participants the Fastnet. At that time the "Times" entitled it as "the smallest amazing yacht of the Ocean regata ever built."

Kit includes prebuilt ABS hull suitable to R/C; wooden inside structure; wooden deck and planking; brass and wooden fittings; photo etched brass details; cloth sails; plans and detailed instructions.

Scale 1:20, Length: 856mm.
Skill Level 4

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Sir Thomas Lipton launched his fifth challenger, Shamrock V, some ten years after his fourth had lost. For his challenger, Lipton turned once more to Charles Nicholson, who produced a beautiful sloop.
When the races started, Shamrock found herself pitted against Enterprise. In the best-of-seven series Enterprise won four, Shamrock failed to score a single victory.

Kit includes pre-built resin hull; high quality wooden deck and planking; metal and wooden fittings; cloth sails.

Scale 1:80, Length: 445mm.
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