The flagship H.M.S. Victory is famous because of one of the most celebrated naval battles in British history, fought off Cape Trafalgar on 21 October 1805 between the British fleet commanded by Admiral Nelson and the Franco-Spanish fleet. Accurately restored in its equipment and the original colours, the Victory is now a museum moored in the dry-dock at Portsmouth.
Corel's reproduction is based on a more correct positioning of the deck superstructures and the external details and the masts taken from the original British admiralty plans. Complete new graphics and a new detailed instruction book in four languages make this a model which can be built by modellers who are not particularly expert.