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

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

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Coastal Craft Water Transfer Sheet for the 71ft 6ins BPBCo ...
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Fairmile D RAF LRRC numbers. Round style large numbers.

Fairmile D RAF LRRC numbers. Round style large numbers.

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Coastal Craft Water Slide Transfer Sheet for the Fairmile D ...
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Aeronaut Jonny Harbour Tug

Aeronaut Jonny Harbour Tug

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Aeronaut Jonny Model Boat Kit. Jonny is a compact and manouverable ...
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RO-Marin Sea Jet Evolution

RO-Marin Sea Jet Evolution

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Ro-Marin Sea Jet Evolution After many successful years, the time is ...
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Fairmile D RAF LLRC 1:72 Scale

Fairmile D RAF LLRC 1:72 Scale

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Coast Craft.Water Slide Transfers for the Fairmile D RAF LLRC numbers ...
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Vosper Hull and Sprayshield numbers

Vosper Hull and Sprayshield numbers

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Water slide transfer for the Vosper Hull and Sprayshield. in ...
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Vosper 73ft Type I & II MTB Hull Numbers 1;72 Scale

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

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Water slide transfer for the Vosper 73ft Type I & II ...
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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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Water Slide transfers for the Vosper hull and sprayshield numbers ( ...
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Universal Joint - Red

Universal Joint - Red

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Modular type universal joint, requires inserts to complete. Old Part No. ...
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Threaded Coupling Insert M4

Threaded Coupling Insert M4

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M4 Threaded Insert Old Part No. C8011
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Plain Coupling Insert 3.2mm

Plain Coupling Insert 3.2mm

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3.2mm Plain Insert, Includes grub screw Old Part No. C8016
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1022 White Wood Filler

1022 White Wood Filler

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White wood filler, very light, quick drying and sands easily, specially ...
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Plain Coupling Insert 4mm

Plain Coupling Insert 4mm

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4mm Plain Insert, Includes grub screw Old Part No. C8007
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AP9105W Dull Black 18ml

AP9105W Dull Black 18ml

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Sold in 18ml bottles, Admiralty Paints Dull Black is a scale ...
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Universal Joint - Black

Universal Joint - Black

2.54

Modular type universal joint, requires inserts to complete.
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Modelcraft Electric Plank Bender (240V)

Modelcraft Electric Plank Bender (240V)

29.95

Ideal for bending planking strips to the desired curvature. The ...
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Vasa Swedish Man of War 1628 1:60

Sergal Vasa Swedish Man of War 1628 1:60

The Vasa 1626-28 was the largest ship ever built in Sweden at that time, she weighed in at approximately 1,400 tons and carried 64 guns.At about 3.30pm. on 10th. August 1628 she was towed out to open water to gain a head wind and upon hoisting her sails she heeled over so violently that the sea entered her lower gun ports and in a matter of minutes she sank to the bottom of the sea, where she stayed until finally being raised in 1959-61 and is now located in the ‘Vasa’ wharf in Stockholm.

Specifications:
Scale 1:60
Length: 1180mm
Width: 420mm
Height: 940mm
Planking: Double

In the early 17th century, Sweden was busy building an empire around the Baltic Sea in northern Europe. A strong navy was essential. During the 1620s Sweden was at war with Poland. In 1625 the Swedish king Gustavus Adolphus ordered new warships. Among them the Vasa.

The Vasa was built at the Stockholm shipyard by Henrik Hybertsson - an experienced Dutch shipbuilder. His experience was much needed
as the Vasa was to be the mightiest warship in the world, armed with 64 guns on two gundecks.

In 1628 the ship was ready. Sunday August 10 was the day of the Vasa's maiden voyage. The beaches around Stockholm were filled with spectators, among them foreign diplomats. The maiden voyage was to be an act of propaganda for the ambitious Swedish king Gustavus Adolphus.

The Vasa set sail and fired a salute. But only after a few minutes of sailing the ship began to heel over. She righted herself slightly - and heeled over again. Water started to gush in through the open gunports. And, to everyones horror and disbelief, the glorious and mighty warship suddenly sank! Of the 150 people on board, 30-50 died in the disaster. When Vasa had been salvaged in 1961, archaeologists found the remains of 25 skeletons.

After the disaster the captain of the Vasa - Söfring Hansson - was arrested. The Swedish king Gustavus Adolphus was not in Sweden at the time. He was waging war in Poland. It took two weeks for him to learn about what had happened. When he did, he wrote angrily that the disaster had happened because of "imprudence and negligence" and that the guilty parties had to be punished. Söfring Hansson and many others were called to inquiries at the Royal Castle of Stockholm.

At the inquest people were troubled by the fact that the shipbuilder Henrik Hybertsson had died the year before the Vasa was completed. Instead his brother and partner, Arendt de Groot, was held responsible for the completion of the ship. But in the end no one was condemned for causing the disaster. The people in charge of the inquiries concluded that the ship was well built - but badly proportioned.

The Sergal Kit of the Vasa Features: A double plank on frame hull construction, building plans with general details, English instructions, lost wax brass castings walnut and lime planking, wooden masts and spars, brass and walnut fittings, etched brass details, rigging cord and silk flags. All sheet ply sections are laser cut for accuracy.

Specifications:
Scale 1:60
Overall Length: 1180mm
Overall Width: 420mm
Length of Hull: 1030mm
Width of Hull: 80mm
Height: 940mm
Planking: Double

Part No: 737


Price: 715.00 (Including VAT at 20%)
Euros: 807.95 (Inc VAT) / US Dollars: US$804.37 (Tax Free)




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