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Airfix A55314 RMS Titanic

1:1000

This smaller scale Titanic is a perfect way to build this iconic subject if your modelling skills are in the early stages. Coming in less parts that the larger scale versions on this page and with some pre-coloured, it gives the opportunity for anyone to create a lovely model..

Starter set includes 8 paints, 2 brushes & glue!


£18.99

Airfix A55104 HMS Victory

Finished Length 145mm. Probably the most famous warship ever, HMS Victory is still to be seen in Portsmouth Dockyard. This great miniature model is a fun way to start modelling.

Starter set includes 4 paints, brush & glue!


£9.99

Airfix A50164A RMS Titanic

1:700

RMS Titanic was an Olympic-class passenger liner owned by the White Star Lineand built at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast, NI. On the night of 14 April 1912, during her maiden voyage, Titanic hit an iceberg, and sank two hours and forty minutes later, early on 15 April 1912, with the loss of 1,514 lives. She was the largest passenger steamship in the world at launch.

Starter set includes 6 paints, 2 brushes & glue.


£29.99

Airfix A50132 HMS Daring Gift Set

1:350 Scale. Skill: 3. Number of parts 202.

Britain's six Type 45 'Daring Class' destroyers are the most advanced escorts the nation has ever built. They are designed to shield a naval task force from air attack by using the Sea Viper missile system. Their Aster missiles can knock targets out of the sky over 70 miles away if required. The Type 45 destroyers are also capable of a range of other roles and will spend their commissions switching between them, often at short notice.


Gift Set includes:

8 x Acrylic Paints, 2 x Brushes, 2 x Poly Cement, 1 x Twelve Page Booklet


£59.99

Airfix A50047 Endeavour Bark and Captain Cook 250th anniversary

Item Scale 1:120 Scale

Finish Plastic

Skill Level 4

In 1768 Captain James Cook set off on a voyage to the Pacific Ocean. The expeditions main purpose was to study and observe the 1769 transit of Venus across the sun (in conjunction with several other observations made from different locations). However, a more pragmatic reason was to be relayed to her captain by the Admiralty in additional instructions; namely to search out the southern Pacific for signs of the yet to be discovered continent we now know to be Australasia.


£29.99

Airfix A04212V Vintage Classics HMS Belfast

Airfix Vintage Classics - HMS Belfast 1:600

One of the Town Class Batch 3 cruisers, the Belfast saw action at the Battle of the North Cape in World War II, as well as protecting the Artic convoys and taking a major role during the D-Day landings. After being refitted and seeing action in other conflicts including the Korean War, she is now preserved and anchored in the River Thames near to Tower Bridge in London.


£16.99

Airfix A04211V Vintage Classics Admiral Graf Spee

Airfix Vintage Classics - Admiral Graf Spee 1:600

A commerce raider on a displacement of only 10,000 ton, she became famous as a "Pocket Battleship." With heavier armour than her sister ships she was also the first German ship to be fitted with a form of radar. From September 1939 until December 1939 she raided allied shipping in the South Atlantic and Indian Ocean, sinking nine ships totaling 50,089 tons. .


£16.99

Airfix A04204V Vintage Classics Bismarck

Airfix Vintage Classics - Bismarck 1:600

The most powerful battleship in the world in 1941 when she sailed to raid Allied shipping in the North Atlantic with the heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen. After being spotted by the Royal Navy she was shadowed and then engaged. In this engagement the Bismarck sank HMS Hood. She was then damaged by at least one torpedo from attacking Swordfish, slowing her down. She was eventually sunk by torpedoes fired from Royal Naval ships with the loss of almost 1,900 crew.


£16.99

Airfix A04202V Vintage Classics HMS Hood

Airfix Vintage Classics - HMS Hood 1:600

The largest warship in the world when launched in 1918. She was the pride of the Royal Navy on sailing to intercept the Bismarck in May 1941. After making contact with the German battleship she, with HMS Prince of Wales opened fire. The Bismarck returned fire and with her 5th salvo hit the Hood a fatal blow and she sunk within two minutes. Only three crew from her total of 1,500 survived.


£16.99

Airfix A04201V Vintage Classics HMS Victorious

Airfix Vintage Classics - HMS Victorious 1:600

HMS Victorious joined the Home Fleet on commissioning in May 1941 and just nine days later her pilots encountered and attacked the German battleship Bismarck. On 26 May 1941, the new carrier HMS Victorious whose aircrews, despite their inexperience, succeeded in putting a torpedo into the battleship's midship section, which opened up a fuel tank on the Bismarck. After the sinking of the Bismarck, HMS Victorious continued to operate with the Home Fleet, Victorious's Fairey Albacore aircraft were subsequently involved in an attack on the German battleship Tirpitz in March 1942. She provided cover for Russian convoys PQ-15 and PQ-17 in May and June 1942 respectively. She then participated in Operation Pedestal and then went on to take part in the North African landings at the end of 1942. HMS Victorious sailed to Pearl Harbor to join USS Saratoga's Battle Group, Task Force 14. She arrived and took up duties under Task Force 14 in the the Southwest Pacific on 17th May 1943. She embarked US aircraft and aircrew, and with the Saratoga swept the Solomon Islands. During that year this busy ship supported the US Pacific fleet on many operations usually carrying both British and US Wildcat fighters. HMS Victorious covered Russian convoys from January-March 1944, then took part in Operation "Tungsten" air strike against the German battleship Tirpitz on 3 April 1944. After another refit she joined the British Eastern Fleet enroute to the Far East. In July 1944, she led a strike against Palembang with HMS Illustrious, then on 25th July she led a strike against the Andaman Islands with HMS Indomitable. In October 1944, she was assigned to the British Pacific Fleet, serving in some of the final hard-fought operations at the end of the war.


£16.99