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BPBCo MGB/MTB 71ft 6ins hull and sprayshield 1:72 Scale

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Fairmile D RAF LRRC numbers. Round style large numbers.

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Fairmile D RAF LLRC 1:72 Scale

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Vosper 73ft Type I & II MTB Hull Numbers 1;72 Scale

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Vosper hull and sprayshield numbers (Black - 'square') 1:72 Scale

Vosper hull and sprayshield numbers (Black - 'square') 1:72 Scale

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Universal Joint - Red

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Derfflinger 17th Century Felucca 1:66 Scale

Euromodel Derfflinger 17th Century Felucca 1:66 Scale

The feluccas are different to ships used in Europe in the seventeenth century not only for their round shape with a lowered quarter deck but also for their pronounced round shaped-hull. Their dimensions were long and hulls of a very narrow cross-section compared to other square-sailed vessels.
They were first produced in 1595 with square sails on their foremast and main mast and a lateen spanker on the mizzenmast. These vessels were fast but requiring only a small crew to operate them and had the advantage of being cheap to build
Pieter J. Lioorne-Hoorn (Holland) is credited with their design with the first feluccas built in Lubecca, Germany in 1618. The last one was built around 1780. The ‘Friede’ felucca, as an example was built in Berlin in the dockyards of Berlin in 1682 – its length was 32 metres.

Specifications:
Scale 1:70
Maximum Length: 500 mm.
Hull Length: 430 mm.
Maximum Width: 185 mm.
Hull Width: 85 mm.
Maximum Height 460 mm.

The feluccas are different to ships used in Europe in the seventeenth century not only for their round shape with a lowered quarter deck but also for their pronounced round shaped-hull. Their dimensions were long and hulls of a very narrow cross-section compared to other square-sailed vessels.
They were first produced in 1595 with square sails on their foremast and main mast and a lateen spanker on the mizzenmast. These vessels were fast but requiring only a small crew to operate them and had the advantage of being cheap to build
Pieter J. Lioorne-Hoorn (Holland) is credited with their design with the first feluccas built in Lubecca, Germany in 1618. The last one was built around 1780. The ‘Friede’ felucca, as an example was built in Berlin in the dockyards of Berlin in 1682 – its length was 32 metres.
‘Derfflinger’ had two decks. Towards the bow was located the galley and areas for the storage of munitions, food and water. Below these areas was the stone ballast. Towards the stern, there were medium-size cannons and the compass. The forecastle generally contained four cannons, as did the stern area and quarter deck.
The stern decoration showed a warrant officer wearing a black breast plate armour, a navy uniform lined with red and leather trousers. He wore a red scarf and his black hat contained red and white feathers. The background was blue and the whole picture was surrounded by deep red cloth and fringed with gold.
Prior to 1684, ‘Derfflinger’ was named ‘Wolkensaule’. It was purchased in Danzica in January 1681 by Benjamin Raule and was used during the war against Spain (May 1681) declared by Prince William Frederick. It was 110 feet long and 23 feet wide; it was armed with 3 – 16 cannons and crewed by about twenty men. From 1686 – 1693 the felucca sailed the Western Africa and India routes. The ‘Friedrich Wilhelm Zu Pferde’ had been its escort as well as the ‘Hoffnung’ during the trips up the Western Africa coast and up to the Shetland Islands.

Specifications:
Scale 1:70
Maximum Length: 500 mm.
Hull Length: 430 mm.
Maximum Width: 185 mm.
Hull Width: 85 mm.
Maximum Height 460 mm.
Guns: 16

Part No: EM99/007


Price: 260.95 (Including VAT at 20%)
Euros: 294.88 (Inc VAT) / US Dollars: US$293.57 (Tax Free)


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