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Dear Modeller

We are a leading supplier of world class historic wooden model ship kits, plans, books, instructional DVDs, tools, ship fittings and timbers. We offer our customers a
worldwide mail service.

As experienced modellers were dedicated to providing you with assistance and advice with all your modelling needs. Whether youre 10 miles or 10,000 miles away
we'll be able to assist you personally.

For those interested in Australian maritime history, we manufacture our own colonial series of wooden model ship kits.

Successful completion of a model ship does not demand any particular skills. Rather, it simply requires neatness, an eye for what looks right, an unhurried methodical
approach and above all, patience.

Models are built in four main stages:
1. The framework and deck assembly
2. Individual planks are shaped and fitted to the hull and the masts and yards are assembled.
3. The hull and masts are painted and/or varnished.
4. The standing and running rigging are completed.

Whilst the time necessary for completion will depend on the complexity of the particular model, as well as the keenness of the modeller, it should be said that even the
smaller models in our range will take some time to finish. A time scale of between 6 and 12 months from start to finish would not be unusual. Our kits are divided into
skill levels so we know you will find a kit that is right for you.

The project should always be seen as a pleasure rather than a chore with any minor problems that crop up adding to the ultimate satisfaction of building your model. We
encourage you to take photos of your work as you progress to record the development of your model.

If you are a beginner and would like to find out about more about model ship building why not think about enrolling in one of our online courses. These courses will be
available in our online learning centre soon.

We are a one stop shop for ship modellers. Our priority is your order and we ensure that we despatch all orders as quickly as possible. If you are passing through the
Blue Mountains you are most welcome to call in, see our showroom, and collect your order in person.

Youll find our website interactive and easy to navigate. Our shopping cart system is encrypted for maximum security to make credit card transactions safe and secure.
You can save time by ordering directly through the site or you can phone, fax or email your order.

We look forward to serving you in the near future.

Modellers Shipyard
Welcome to Modellers Shipyard
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CONTENTS
Page
Welcome i
Contents ii
Questions & Answers iii
Our Catalogue iv
Our Guarantee iv

1.0 KITS 1
1.1 Modellers Shipyard 2
1.2 Amati 12
1.3 Corel 20
1.4 Euromodel 32
1.5 Krick 36
1.6 Mamoli 38
1.7 Mantua 50
1.8 Occre 64
1.9 Soclaine 68
1.10 Victory Models 72
1.11 Ships in Bottles 78
1.12 Yachts 80
1.13 Cannons & Catapults 86
1.14 Junior Kits 92

2.0 TRAINING MATERIALS 102

3.0 TOOLS 108

4.0 BOOKS & CATALOGUES 128

5.0 PLANS 134

6.0 SHIP FITTINGS 138

7.0 DECORATIONS 164

8.0 TIMBER 190

9.0 DISPLAY 192


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Who are Modellers Shipyard ?
Modellers Shipyard has been serving modellers for 30 years. We are a family business. Importantly though, we are experienced modellers so we know what you are
talking about when you ask for assistance. If you would like to visit us, please phone for an appointment. When people do visit we want to make sure we give you our full
attention.
Do I need any previous modelling experience?
Many of our customers have never built a model before contacting us. We offer kits, tools and DVDs for the first time modeller.
What tools are needed?
We offer a beginners tool pack which contains all the tools your will need to get started with your hobby. We also provide a range of tools for the more experienced mod-
eller.
Do I need any books?
All our kits provide instructions which tell you what to do. We have an extensive range of books and also offer great training DVDs on different aspects of modelling.
Should I built a kit or make a model from scratch?
We recommend that first time modellers build a kit. Kits have the advantage of introducing modellers to the approaches and techniques of wooden model ship building.
For people who decide to build from scratch we recommend that you have access to a very good workshop, range of tools, and are able to make your own planks and
most of the fittings yourself.
What is double planking ?
This is a simple method of applying two layers of planking to the hull, instead of one. The first layer is usually limewood, or a similar timber which is soft and easy to work
with. The second layer is thinner and more decorative timber such as walnut or mahogany. This layer looks beautiful when vanished. The advantage of this method is
that any hills or hollows or mistakes in the first layer can be levelled off before the second layer is fitted.
Do all models have sails?
Generally models in which sails are not shown in the photograph do not have ready made or cloth and patterns in the kit. When a photograph of a model, does have a
sails either fully set or furled , sail cloth and pattern is supplied. A few such as the Shenandoah, Flying Fish and Resolution have ready made sails supplied with the
kit. We can supply ready made sails at an extra cost.
Is a display baseboard included in the kit?
This depends on the manufacturer. Generally Mantua do not include a display base in their kits, however some do have a simple ply cradle. Most other kits do have a
display base of some sort, but it may vary from that shown in our catalogue or on the lid of the box. A decision on the final display baseboard can be left until the model is
complete.
Is it better to paint or clear vanish?
Thats up to you- most kits have been designed with a variety of naturally coloured timbers, with the idea that you will use vanish. Varnishing can be easier than painting.
Is a name plate included?
Sometimes. If you are wondering whether the kit you wish to purchase has a nameplate, please give us call. We can supply name plates at an extra cost.
Which models are suitable for a child?
We offer a range of models for children, just check out catalogue.
Why buy a model ship from an internet based business?
We specialise in wooden model ships and carry a larger range of stock than the local hobby shop. We offer a personalised service for all your modelling needs. We
have customers on every continent including Antarctica.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
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OUR CATALOGUE

Our Catalogue contains colour photographs and descriptions of all our stock. We have endeavoured to present all information clearly to assist you in your choice. If you need any further
clarification or details on any item please email or phone us. We are very happy to provide additional information if required.

We consider all items in our Catalogue as normal stock and we endeavour to hold all those listed. There may be times however, when an item is temporarily out of stock or unavailable at
the time of your order. If this is the case we will tell you so, giving you an honest appraisal, based on the suppliers information, of when you can expect delivery.

Our Catalogue should be read in conjunction with our current Price List. Our current Price List will be supplied with our Catalogue along with an Order Form. The prices presented in the
Price List are correct and applicable at the time of printing. However due to currency exchange rate variations, changes in manufacturers prices, variations in international air freight fuel
surcharges and postal charges, prices may vary. The item price applicable at the time of placing an ordering will be applied.

Modellers with access to the internet can place their order online from our secure web site at www.modelshipyard.com.au Alternatively you can place your order by phoning or faxing
an order form to our office. You can also place your order by posting an order form to our postal address with a cheque or money order or include your credit card details. Before placing
an order please read our Ordering Information & Conditions, Postal & Packaging Charges, Our Guarantee and our Terms & Conditions presented in our Price List. By plac-
ing and order with us you agree with our Terms and Conditions.

Our business hours are 9:00am to 5:00pm AEST Monday to Friday (closed Public Holidays)

Our postal address is: PO Box 150 Ph: 02 4739 3899
Blaxland NSW 2774 Fx: 02 4739 3877
Office & Showroom: 35 King St, Glenbrook NSW 2773
If youd like to visit our office and showroom it is essential to phone first so we can make sure we can give you all the time youd like.
OUR GUARANTEE
If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase return it in its original condition within 30 days from the date of purchase for a full refund or exchange. (Conditions
Applysee below). We also Guarantee to replace any missing or broken part in your kit for up to 30 days from the date of purchase.

When you receive your kit please carefully and thoroughly examine all the contents and familiarise your self with the plans, instructions and contents. If there is a missing
or broken part please advise us immediately. Please check carefully as some parts of a model kit have to be made by the modeller from timber and fittings supplied in
the kit. What may appear to be missing is in fact in the kit but has to be made by the modeller.

If you wish to modify your kit in any way from that originally supplied we are able to supply the parts and fittings as an extra.

Conditions
1. A $20 Restocking & Administration Fee will apply to all returns or exchanges.
2. We cannot accept any partially built kits or items that have been altered or damaged in any way after receipt.
3. We cannot accept the return or exchange of any DVD unless the DVD is faulty.
4. We cannot accept the return or exchange of any plans.
5. If returning goods please pack them carefully and securely. Also include a copy of the original invoice you received with your order. Returns should be by Australia Post and prepaid postage is the
responsibility of the sender.

If you would like to discuss our Guarantee or the Conditions please call our office.
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KITS
Model ship building is a rewarding and creative hobby. Whether youre building a model for the first time or youre an experienced modeller, youll find a kit here that will
bring you many hours of enjoyment. We have high quality kits that everyone can afford. Our kits are imported from Italy and we manufacture our very own kits relevant
to Australian colonial maritime history.

We have identified a number of kits that would be suitable if you are building a model kit for the first time. These are identified as Skill Level 1 & 2. Also we have a few
models that would be suitable for a 12 + years old child with adult guidance which are identified as Skill Level 1. All our kits have been categorised under Skill Levels.
These levels are explained below.

All our kits come with all timbers, fittings, plans and instructions to complete the model. Also all our model ship kits have two layers of planking (double planked) except
where identified.
Skill Levels

We have divided all our kits into six Skill Levels. These levels are described below. All Skill Levels require the modeller to be able to follow written instructions and
to read and interpret plans & drawings.

The Skill Levels are:

Skill Level 1 (SL1) kits can be built without prior model building experience, using simple hand tools. Some parts in Skill Level 1 kits require cutting & fitting of timbers.
Kits in this skill level are suitable for a 12+ year old child to build with adult guidance.

Skill Level 2 (SL2) kits require slightly more skill and some prior experience using hand tools. Some parts in Skill Level 2 kits require cutting, fitting and shaping of tim-
ber pieces.

Skill Level 3 (SL3) kits are intended for the person having some prior experience building wooden model kits. Skill Level 3 kits contain parts that require cutting, fitting,
shaping and fabricating wooden and possibly metal parts.

Skill Level 4 (SL4) kits are intended for the experienced modeller. Before building a Skill Level 4 kit it is recommended the modeller construct a Skill Level 3 kit.

Skill Level 5 (SL5) kits are for the experienced period model ship builder.

Skill Level 6 (SL6) kits are for the expert period model ship builder.

The three most important characteristics for a successful modeller are patience, patience and yet more patience. Before cutting or gluing anything give a lot of thought to
the task at hand, re-read the instructions, re-examine and interpret the plans. If in doubt contact us for assistance, sometimes just talking with another modeller
can help clarify the issue at hand.

Modelling wooden ships is a very rewarding and creative hobby. Take your time and enjoy the craft.
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1.1 MODELLERS SHIPYARD
1.1 Modellers Shipyard
MODELLERS SHIPYARD has been manufacturing model kits since 1986. They are the only manufacturer of wooden model
ships in Australia. Their historically accurate kits are faithful interpretations of the original vessels. Their Australian colonial
series of model ships is extremely popular. The comprehensive plans and high detailed English instructions will assist you
throughout the whole construction process. All kits are double plank on bulkhead construction and only use the highest quality
parts and fttings.
We also have available a 2 DvD set on THE COMPLETE GUIDE ON HOW TO BUILD THE COLONIAL SCHOONER
Port Jackson. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE THE TRAINING MATERIALS SECTION OF THIS CATALOGUE.
COLONIAL SCHOONER PORT JACKSON 1803
In September 1788, only 18 months after the founding of the new colony on the
shores of Port Jackson now better known as Sydney Harbour, Governor Arthur
Phillip sent a message to his superiors in England requesting two vessels to be sent
out in frame, with a few shipwrights to put them together. After considerable delay,
drafts were prepared for a Schooner for Port Jackson.
The original drafts are still in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, England and
are the raw material on which our drawings and kit of the Colonial Schooner Port
Jackson are based.
We have no records available to show whether in fact our schooner was actually
constructed or if so what become of her, however, our model is in every way an
accurate representation of an early Australian colonial schooner as constructed by
the infant industry that emerged during the 15 years waiting for a completed response
to Governor arthur Phillips original request.
Adrawing of the Mercury owned by Mary Reiby an early Sydney merchant appears on the
Australian $20 currency note. The Mercury is identical to the Port Jackson-Schooner.
A double plank on bulkhead construction with laser cut plywood. The kit comes
complete with all timber, rigging cord, and wooden and metal fttings. all parts
and fttings are of the highest quality. it includes thirty two a3 pages of detailed
instructions with full colour photographs and diagrams.
Size: L:590mm H:450mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTMS1000
COLONIAL SCHOONER PORT JACKSON 1803 - Deluxe
In September 1788, only 18 months after the founding of the new colony on
the shores of Port Jackson now better known as Sydney Harbour, Governor
Arthur Phillip sent a message to his superiors in England requesting two
vessels to be sent out in frame, with a few shipwrights to put them together.
After considerable delay, drafts were prepared for a Schooner for Port
Jackson.
The original drafts are still in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich,
England and are the raw material on which our drawings and kit of the
Colonial Schooner Port Jackson are based.
We have no records available to show whether in fact our schooner was
actually constructed or if so what become of her, however, our model is in
every way an accurate representation of an early Australian colonial schooner
as constructed by the infant industry that emerged during the 15 years waiting
for a completed response to Governor Arthur Phillips original request.
A drawing of the Mercury owned by Mary Reiby an early Sydney merchant
appears on the Australian $20 currency note. The Mercury is identical to the
Port Jackson-Schooner.
A double plank on bulkhead construction with laser cut plywood. The kit comes
complete with all timber, rigging cord, and wooden and metal fttings. all parts
and fttings are of the highest quality. it includes thirty two a3 pages of detailed
instructions with full colour photographs and diagrams. This deluxe model
includes copper plates.
Size: L:590mm H:450mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTMS1000A
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HM CUTTER MERMAID 1817
The HM Cutter Mermaid was built of teak in Calcutta; she was less
than a year old when commissioned on 16 October 1817. For the
next 3 years lieutenant Phillip Parker King, Rn, used the Mermaid
for her designated task of Exploring and Surveying the Coast of
Australia. Mermaid survived three voyages of discovery under
Kings command but it was the third voyage involving a complete
circumnavigation of the Australian mainland which draws closest
scrutiny. on 8 May 1819 Mermaid sailed north, conducting the frst
reliable survey of the Great Barrier Reef Inner Route, opening it
to commercial trafc. From then onwards King ran running surveys
along the entire coastline until, with Mermaid leaking badly, he knew
this survey was over. At the location King named Careening Bay,
the hull was patched up for 3 weeks until 9 october. During this time
King carved HMC Mermaid 1820 on the single Boab tree at the
rear of the bay. this example of historic graffti remains to this day.
Mermaid sailed and entered the calm waters of Sydney Cove on 9
December 1820, some 25 weeks and 3 days since sailing, having
circumnavigated the continent. Unfortunately, ironically, she ran
aground in the very route she had opened to shipping off the present
site of Cairns, in 1829, and was lost. In January 2009 the wreck of
the Mermaid was found by a team of marine archaeologists from the
Australian National Maritime Museum. The site of the wreck has now
been declared a maritime heritage site.
A double plank on bulkhead construction with laser cut plywood.
The kit comes complete with all timber, rigging cord, and wooden
and metal fttings. all parts and fttings are of the highest quality. it
Includes 48 pages of detailed instructions with photographs and
diagrams, and 4 sheets of construction plans.
Size: L:590mm H:450mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:48
Order Code: KTMS1001
HM CUTTER MERMAID 1817 - Deluxe
The HM Cutter Mermaid was built of teak in Calcutta; she was less than a year
old when commissioned on 16 october 1817. For the next 3 years lieutenant
Phillip Parker King, RN, used the Mermaid for her designated task of Exploring
and Surveying the Coast of Australia. Mermaid survived three voyages of
discovery under Kings command but it was the third voyage involving a
complete circumnavigation of the Australian mainland which draws closest
scrutiny. on 8 May 1819 Mermaid sailed north, conducting the frst reliable
survey of the Great barrier Reef inner Route, opening it to commercial traffc.
From then onwards King ran running surveys along the entire coastline until,
with Mermaid leaking badly, he knew this survey was over. At the location King
named Careening bay, the hull was patched up for 3 weeks until 9 october.
During this time King carved HMC Mermaid 1820 on the single Boab tree at
the rear of the bay. this example of historic graffti remains to this day.
Mermaid sailed and entered the calm waters of Sydney Cove on 9 December
1820, some 25 weeks and 3 days since sailing, having circumnavigated the
continent. Unfortunately, ironically, she ran aground in the very route she
had opened to shipping off the present site of Cairns, in 1829, and was lost.
In January 2009 the wreck of the Mermaid was found by a team of marine
archaeologists from the Australian National Maritime Museum. The site of the
wreck has now been declared a maritime heritage site.
A double plank on bulkhead construction with laser cut plywood. The kit
comes complete with all timber, rigging cord, and wooden and metal fttings.
all parts and fttings are of the highest quality. it includes 48 pages of detailed
instructions with photographs and diagrams, and 4 sheets of construction plans.
This deluxe model includes copper plates.
Size: L:590mm H:450mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:48
Order Code: KTMS1001A
WE ALSO HAVE AVAILABLE A 2 DVD SET ON THE COMPLETE GUIDE ON: HOW TO BUILD THE HM CUTTER MERMAID
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE THE TRAINING MATERIALS SECTION OF THIS CATALOGUE
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WE ALSO HAVE AVAILABLE A DVD THE COMPLETE GUIDE ON: HOW TO BUILD THE COLONIAL SLOOP NORFOLK.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE THE TRAINING MATERIALS SECTION OF THIS CATALOGUE
COLONIAL SLOOP NORFOLK 1798
The Sloop Norfolk was built on Norfolk Island in 1798. The 25 ton sloop was
constructed from Norfolk Island pine. Governor Hunter lent the Norfolk to Bass and
Flinders with the task of proving the existence of a strait between the mainland and
van Diemens land (named tasmania after 1856). Flinders and bass were under
orders to pass through the strait and return by the south of Van Diemens Land.
Flinders, Captain, George Bass, and there eight crew departed Port Jackson on the
7 October 1798. They had been allowed twelve weeks for the voyage. In her they
completed the frst circumnavigation of van Diemens land.
They made many important discoveries on this voyage. On the north coast of
van Diemans land they spent time exploring Port Dalrymple, the future site of
Launceston. On Christmas day they climbed Mount Wellington which now overlooks
hobart, tasmanias capital. the norfolk sailed back into Port Jackson on the 12
January, 1799. Governor Hunter, upon Flinders recommendation, named the newly
discovered passage, Bass Strait.
A double plank on bulkhead construction with laser cut plywood. The kit comes
complete with all timber, rigging cord, and wooden and metal fttings. all parts
and fttings are of the highest quality. it includes twenty nine a3 pages of detailed
instructions with full colour photographs and diagrams.
Size: L:590mm H:450mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:36
Order Code: KTMS1002
COLONIAL SLOOP NORFOLK 1798 - Deluxe
The Sloop Norfolk was built on Norfolk Island in 1798. The 25 ton sloop was
constructed from Norfolk Island pine. Governor Hunter lent the Norfolk to Bass
and Flinders with the task of proving the existence of a strait between the
mainland and van Diemens land (named tasmania after 1856). Flinders and
Bass were under orders to pass through the strait and return by the south of Van
Diemens Land.
Flinders, Captain, George Bass, and there eight crew departed Port Jackson
on the 7 October 1798. They had been allowed twelve weeks for the voyage. In
her they completed the frst circumnavigation of van Diemens land. they made
many important discoveries on this voyage. on the north coast of van Diemans
Land they spent time exploring Port Dalrymple, the future site of Launceston.
On Christmas day they climbed Mount Wellington which now overlooks Hobart,
tasmanias capital. the norfolk sailed back into Port Jackson on the 12 January,
1799. Governor Hunter, upon Flinders recommendation, named the newly
discovered passage, Bass Strait.
A double plank on bulkhead construction with laser cut plywood. The kit comes
complete with all timber, rigging cord, and wooden and metal fttings. all parts
and fttings are of the highest quality. it includes twenty nine a3 pages of detailed
instructions with full colour photographs and diagrams. This deluxe model
includes copper plates
Size: L:590mm H:450mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:36
Order Code: KTMS1002A
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COLONIAL BRIG PERSEVERANCE 1807 - Deluxe
The Colonial Brig Perseverance was owned by Robert Campbell, a noted Sydney
merchant of the time. Campbell launched his frst ship the Perseverance, a 136 ton
brig, at the site of australias frst shipbuilding yards in 1807.
in 1810, the Perseverance was ftted out for a trip to the southern oceans on which
the ships Captain Frederick Hasselborough discovered two new sealing grounds,
Campbell Island which he named after his employer, and Macquaire Island, named
after the Governor of New South Wales at the time.
Sadly on his return voyage to Campbell Island, Captain Hasselborough, drowned
when his jollyboat capsized in Perseverance Harbour, Campbell Island, 4th
November 1810.
The last voyage of the Perseverance began on the 7th September 1828, when she
departed Sydney headed to New Zealand. In October1828 she was wrecked on
Campbell Island. The Perseverance, was employed in the Southern New Zealand
trade the whole of her career, with the exception of a short period when used as a
hulk at Sydney.
Adouble plank on bulkhead construction with laser cut plywood. The kit comes complete
with all timber, rigging cord, and wooden and metal fttings. all parts and fttings are of the
highest quality. It Includes 64 pages of detailed instructions with diagrams, and 6 sheets
of construction plans. This deluxe model includes copper plates.
Size: L:880mm H:740mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:48
Order Code: KtMs1003a
We also have available a 3 DvD set THE COMPLETE GUIDE ON: HOW TO BUILD THE COLONIAL BRIG
PERSEVERANCE. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE THE TRAINING MATERIALS SECTION OF THIS CATALOGUE.
COLONIAL BRIG PERSEVERANCE 1807 - Standard
The Colonial Brig Perseverance was owned by Robert Campbell, a noted Sydney
merchant of the time. Campbell launched his frst ship the Perseverance, a 136 ton
brig, at the site of australias frst shipbuilding yards in 1807.
in 1810, the Perseverance was ftted out for a trip to the southern oceans on which
the ships Captain Frederick Hasselborough discovered two new sealing grounds,
Campbell Island which he named after his employer, and Macquaire Island, named
after the Governor of New South Wales at the time.
Sadly on his return voyage to Campbell Island, Captain Hasselborough, drowned
when his jollyboat capsized in Perseverance Harbour, Campbell Island, 4th
November 1810.
The last voyage of the Perseverance began on the 7th September 1828, when she
departed Sydney headed to New Zealand. In October 1828 she was wrecked on
Campbell Island. The Perseverance, was employed in the Southern New Zealand
trade the whole of her career, with the exception of a short period when used as a
hulk at Sydney.
A double plank on bulkhead construction with laser cut plywood. The kit comes
complete with all timber, rigging cord, and wooden and metal fttings. all parts and
fttings are of the highest quality. it includes 56 pages of detailed instructions with
diagrams, and 6 sheets of construction plans.
Size: L:880mm H:740mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:48
Order Code: KtMs1003
We also have available a 3 DvD set THE COMPLETE GUIDE ON: HOW TO BUILD THE COLONIAL BRIG
PERSEVERANCE. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE THE TRAINING MATERIALS SECTION OF THIS CATALOGUE.
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ISABELLA - Paddle Steamer 1912
Paddle steamers formed a vital part in opening up the inland of Australia. The inland
river system of the Murray, Darling, Lachlan and Murrumbidgee formed a network to
connect inland communities across the Australian states. Paddle steamers have been
plying these inland waters since 1853 travelling along the river system from Goolwa
at the mouth of the Murray to the inland towns of Bourke on the Darling, Wagga
Wagga on the Murrumbidgee and Forbes on the Lachlan.
The PS Isabella is typical of the working boats that plied the river system in the late
1800s to the early 1900s. Working boats like her towed cargo barges up and down
the rivers, servicing the needs and providing vital links for the inland communities to
the outside world. The kit is plank on bulkhead construction with laser cut board.
all parts and fttings are of the highest quality. it includes 12 sheets of detailed
instructions with extensive colour photographs.
Size: L:420mm H:150mm W:150mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:60
Order Code: KTMS1008
LONGBOAT - HMS Sirius 1786
the hMs sirius was the fag ship of the First Fleet. this frigate, under the command
of Captain arthur Phillip, led a feet of 11 ships carrying 1350 convicts, sailors and
other passengers, to establish the frst settlement in new south Wales. the feet left
england on 13 may 1787 and after a monumental journey taking eight months the
feet arrived in botany bay between 18-20 January 1788.
The largest boat of the HMS Sirius was the longboat. The primary propulsion of the
longboat was oar power. A pair of men would sit abreast on a single thwart, one man
pulling a starboard oar, the other the port (or larboard) oar. the main duty of the
longboat was to carrying dispatches or transporting the offcers to and from shore.
The HMS Sirius Longboat would have been used to transport Captain Arthur Phillip
ashore in Sydney Cove to raise the Union Jack and claim eastern Australia for Britain
on the 26 January 1788.
The HMS Sirius Longboat was also equipped with a collapsible sailing rig making her
a speedy sailer allowing her to be employed to explore the environs of Port Jackson.
this model of the hMs sirius longboat is double planked with limewood as the frst
layer and teak as the second layer. all parts and fttings are of the highest quality.
The kit comes complete with fully detailed written building instructions with extensive
colour photographs.
Size: L:565mm H:410mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:24
Order Code: KTMS1009
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WE ALSO HAVE AVAILABLE A 6 DVD SET THE COMPLETE GUIDE ON: HOW TO BUILD THE HMS SIRIUS.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE THE TRAINING MATERIALS SECTION OF THIS CATALOGUE.
the hMs sirius was the fag ship of the First Fleet. this frigate, under
the command of Captain arthur Phillip, led a feet of 11 ships carrying
1350 convicts, sailors and other passengers, to establish the frst
european settlement in new south Wales. the feet left england on
13 May 1787 and after a monumental journey taking eight months to
complete the feet arrived in botany bay between 18-20 January 1788.
two years later, when the fedgling colony of new south Wales was
struggling to support itself, the HMS Sirius and the HMS Supply were
sent on a special voyage to transport marines and convicts to Norfolk
Island to lessen the burden on the new settlement. It was here that the
sirius foundered when it struck a reef off sydney bay (Kingston) on
norfolk island and was fnally wrecked on the 19th March 1790.
The HMS Sirius had a relative short career, playing a minor role in
Britains withdrawal from America and a major role in British expansion
into the Pacifc. the hMs sirius was originally named the berwick, and
was built in 1780-1781, at Londons Rotherhithe, then a shipbuilding
village on the Thames. The Berwick was purchased by the British
navy prior to completion and ftted out as an armed storeship. initially
stationed at the Nore, off Sheerness at the mouth of the Thames. She
made several voyages to America during the period 1782-1785 she
visited Halifax harbour, Nova Scotia, New York and the West Indies
before returning to Deptford on 5 February 1785.
on the 23 august 1786 orders arrived from the admiralty to the navy
Board to prepare the Berwick to be employed on foreign service. On
the 12 October 1786 Admiral Howe wrote to the Navy Board requesting
his Majestys storeship the Berwick, be registered on the list of the
Royal Navy as a 6th Rate by the name of the Sirius. The Berwick had
been recommissioned as the 20 gun HMS Sirius to escort the First
Fleet to Australia in 1787-88.
A double plank on bulkhead construction with laser cut plywood. The
kit comes complete with all timber, rigging cord, and wooden and
metal fttings. all parts and fttings are of the highest quality. it includes
97 pages of de-tailed instructions with diagrams, and 10 sheets of
construction plans.
Size: L:1160mm H:900mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:48
Order Code: KTMS1004
HMS SIRIUS 1786 FLAGSHIP OF THE FIRST FLEET
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1.1 MODELLERS SHIPYARD
MARY BYRNE - Colonial Ketch 1826
The Colonial ketch Mary Byrne was a typical river and coastal vessel of the early
australian colonial period. During this period of 1800s vessels of this nature
were common in Port Jackson and took supplies to the communities on the
Hawkesbury River.
These vessels were vital to the survival and expansions of settlement areas.
Providing settlements with much needed supplies and a link to the rest of the colony.
Due to there shape ketchs could easily manoeuvre in all sizes and depths of
harbours, coasts and rivers for loading and unloading cargo.
A double plank on bulkhead construction with laser cut plywood. The kit comes
complete with all timber, rigging cord, and wooden and metal fttings. all parts and
fttings are of the highest quality. it includes a detailed instructions with photographs
and diagrams, and construction plans.
Size: L:590mm H:490mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:48
Order Code: KTMS1005
MARY BYRNE - Colonial Ketch 1826 Deluxe
The Colonial ketch Mary Byrne was a typical river and coastal vessel of the
early australian colonial period. During this period of 1800s vessels of this
nature were common in Port Jackson and took supplies to the communities on
the Hawkesbury River.
These vessels were vital to the survival and expansions of settlement areas.
Providing settlements with much needed supplies and a link to the rest of the
colony. Due to there shape ketchs could easily manoeuvre in all sizes and
depths of harbours, coasts and rivers for loading and unloading cargo.
A double plank on bulkhead construction with laser cut plywood. The
kit comes complete with all timber, rigging cord, and wooden and metal
fttings. all parts and fttings are of the highest quality. it includes a detailed
instructions with photographs and diagrams, and construction plans. The
deluxe model includes copper plates.
Size: L:590mm H:490mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:48
Order Code: KTMS1005
HMS SUPPLY - Brig Rigged Sloop 1788
The HMS Supply was launched in 1759, originally an armed trader of 170 tons,
she was employed to carry naval supplies between the Thames and Channel
ports for the frst 27 years her working life. On the 13 May, 1787, she left
Portsmouth captained by Henry Ball with the First Fleet under the command of
Captain Arthur Phillip. Serving as the naval tender and armed companion of the
First Fleets fagship HMS Sirius. The HMS Supply arrived at Botany Bay on 18
January 1788.
After the establishment of the initial settlement at Port Jackson, Supply was the
link between the colony and Norfolk Island, making 10 trips. Following the loss
of HMS Sirius in 1790 she became the colonys only link with the outside world.
She left for England in November 1791 and reached Plymouth on April 21 1792.
She was sold at auction in July 1792. She was renamed the Thomas and Nancy
and carried coal on the Thames until 1806.
Size: L: 610mm H:580mm
Grade: sl3
Scale: 1:6
Order Code: KTMS10100
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HMS SIRIUS 1786 - Cross Section
the hMs sirius was the fag ship of the First Fleet. this frigate, under the
command of Captain arthur Phillip, led a feet of 11 ships carrying 1350
convicts, sailors and other passengers, to establish the frst european
settlement in new south Wales. the feet left england on 13 May 1787 and
after a monumental journey taking eight months to complete the feet arrived in
botany bay between 18-20 January 1788. two years later, when the fedgling
colony of New South Wales was struggling to support itself, the HMS Sirius
and the HMS Supply were sent on a special voyage to transport marines and
convicts to Norfolk Island to lessen the burden on the new settlement. It was
here that the sirius foundered when it struck a reef off sydney bay (Kingston)
on norfolk island and was fnally wrecked on the 19th March 1790.
The HMS Sirius had a relative short career, playing a minor role in Britains
withdrawal from america and a major role in british expansion into the Pacifc.
The HMS Sirius was originally named the Berwick, and was built in 1780-
1781, at Londons Rotherhithe, then a shipbuilding village on the Thames. The
berwick was purchased by the british navy prior to completion and ftted out as
an armed storeship. Initially stationed at the Nore, off Sheerness at the mouth of
the Thames. She made several voyages to America during the period 1782-
1785 she visited Halifax harbour, Nova Scotia, New York and the West Indies
before returning to Deptford on 5 February 1785.
on the 23 august 1786 orders arrived from the admiralty to the navy board to
prepare the Berwick to be employed on foreign service. On the 12 October
1786 Admiral Howe wrote to the Navy Board requesting his Majestys storeship
the Berwick, be registered on the list of the Royal Navy as a 6th Rate by the
name of the Sirius. The Berwick had been recommissioned as the 20 gun
HMS Sirius to escort the First Fleet to Australia in 1787-88.
A cross section enables the reproduction of internal details much more
realistically. The model is completed by highly realistic accessories such as
bunks, barrels, buckets, ballast and tables.
A double plank on bulkhead construction with laser cut plywood. The kit comes
complete with all timber, rigging cord, and wooden and metal fttings. all parts
and fttings are of the highest quality. it includes detailed instructions with
photographs and diagrams, and construction plans.
Size: L:140mm H:910mm W:480mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:48
Order Code: KTMS1006
HMS SIRIUS 1786 - Deck Cannon
The HMS Sirius was the Flag Ship of the First Fleet. This frigate, under the command
of Captain arthur Phillip, led a feet of 11 ships carrying 1350 convicts, sailors and other
passengers, to establish the frst european settlement in new south Wales. the feet
left england in May 1787 and after a monumental journey taking eight months the feet
arrived in botany bay in January 1788. two years later, when the fedgling colony of
New South Wales was struggling to support itself, the HMS Sirius and the HMS Supply
were sent on a special voyage to transport marines and convicts to Norfolk Island to
lessen the burden on the new settlement. It was here that the Sirius foundered when it
struck a reef off norfolk island and was fnally wrecked on the 19th March 1790.
In January 1791 Capt. John Hunter decided to attempt to salvage the ships guns.
One of the cannons salvaged was returned to Sydney and used as a signal gun
at South Head. In 1907 the Sirius cannon was installed at its current location in
Macquarie Place, sydney to mark the place where the british fag was frst hoisted
and eastern Australia was claimed for Great Britain on the 26 January 1788.
The HMS Sirius Deck Cannon is a great short term project. The kit comes
complete with all fttings and timber as well as easy to follow step by step written
instructions supported by extensive colour photographs.
Size: L:140mm H:50mm W:140mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:20
Order Code: KTMS1007
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ARROW - Gunboat 1814
This highly detailed model represents a gunboat galley of the American navy, used
during the victorious battle of Lake Champlain in 1814, against the British feet.
These vessels were very agile and well armed, utilising both cannon and carronades.
They were a very important contributory factor in the war of US independence.
Size: L: 470mm H: 290mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:55
Order Code: KTAM1422
BLUENOSE 1 - Fishing Schooner 1921
Bluenose a 285 ton schooner, is the fantastic winner of the International Fishermans
Trophy in 1921. Entry to the contest was strictly confned to genuine fshing vessels.
Bluenose was entered for the challenge in 1921 and from then on she won every single
race for which she entered.
Size: L: 540mm H: 450mmm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:100
Order Code: KTAM1447
HMS BOUNTY - Armed Transport 1787
Although built as a merchant ship, the Bounty was assigned to the Royal Navy,
where she was used for exploration voyages. Armed with 4 cannons and 8
culverins, the Bounty became famous for the mutiny of her crew in the South
Pacifc. The Bounty is one of the most beautiful models in the Amati collection. The
reconstruction of this famous ship has been made possible thanks to the original
plans of the British Admiralty.
Size: L: 720mm H: 560mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:60
Order Code: KTAM1432
1.2 AMATI KITS
ADVENTURE - Pirate Ship 1760
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.
Size: L: 780mm H: 560mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:60
Order Code: KTAM1446
ALBION - 18th Century Merchant Ship
This merchant ship was used along Swedish, Finnish and Danish coasts, patrolling
for contraband weapons, especially during the 1700s wars.
Size: L: 390mm H: 330mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:16
Order Code: KTAM1408
ARNO XI FERRARI - Hydroplane 1953
At the beginning of the 1960s Nando DellOrto, the famous motor-boat racer, decided
to put a 12 cylinder Ferrari engine on a 3 point hull prepared by the Cantieri Timossi
shipyard. The hull was designed for inboard races (class 800 kgs). The engine was
prepared by Rinaldo Tinarelli, who was known as the wizard , the structure of the
hull was made of wooden joists covered with marine plywood. The engine fairing and
the stern fn, both colored in Ferrari red and with Ferrari markings, became a symbol
of power and aggressiveness. A highly detailed model and is suitable for RC.
Size: L: 790mm H: 90mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:8
Order Code: KTAM1604
1.2 Amati
AMATI has been manufacturing model kits since the 1920s. They blend the principle of old world craftsmanship and modern
design techniques. Amati kits are faithful interpretations of the original vessel. All materials are of the fnest available and plans
and instructions are always excellent and easily followed. Amati has integrated computer based design and the latest materials to
produce high quality kits. This approach has placed Amati at the forefront of innovative kit manufacturing.
BRAGOZZO - Venetian Lagoon
A symbol of the city Chioggia and its traditions, the Bragozzo is the most famous boat
of the Venetian lagoon. Every boat is built following the experience of the carpenters.
Size: L: 450mm H: 400mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:16
Order Code: KTAM1570
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GREEK BIREME - Ancient Warship 480BC
Superbly detailed and accurate model of the Greek/Athenian Bireme. A fast and
fearsome battleship, the Bireme was manned by 44 oarsmen working on two banks
of oars. The protruding bow was a useful tool for ramming enemy ships during close
range fghting, as the Persian feet discovered at the Battle of Salamis. The style of
vessel changed little from 480BC to late Roman Empire times, so the model could be
used as a basis for a Roman vessel.
Size: L: 560mm H: 225mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:35
Order Code: KTAM1404
GREEK GALLIOT - Privateer 1821
The Greek War of Independence 1821-1827 was characterized by the numerous
combats of the Greek privateers against the Turksih-Egyptian ships. These galleons
were very swift, with swallow draft, they could hide inside the narrow gulfs of the
Aegean islands and then attack enemy vessels.
Size: L: 550mm H: 445mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:65
Order Code: KTAM1419
HANNAH - US Schooner 1775
One of the frst ships of the US Navy was the Hannah, a fshing schooner of 78 tons.
She was bought by George Washington to fght the powerful British Navy. Kit has
prebuilt resin hull.
Size: L: 430mm H: 370mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:70
Order Code: KTAM1442
1.2 AMATI KITS
DOMINICA - Armed English Schooner 1812
The Dominica was an armed schooner that took part in the War of 1812 between the
American Colonies and England. This war was extensively fought at sea and the battle
between the Dominica and the clipper Decatur is famous. Kit has a pre-built resin hull.
Size: L: 700mm H: 420mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:65
Order Code: KTAM1443
EGYPTIAN CARRIAGE - Royal Carriage
A beautifully detailed Egyptian style carriage built for Maria Cristina of Borborne in 1819
for the Carnival Gala in Turin.
The kit includes pre-cut wooden features, wooden spokes and columns, brass
decorations, velvet paper for interior covering, brass chains, gilded metal Egyptian
fgurehead, plans and detailed assembly instructions.
Size: L:340mm H: 200mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:24
Order Code: KTAM1601/01
EGYPTIAN SHIP - Sahure Dynasty
Typical vessel used during the reign of King Sahure, this Egyptian ship carried cedar
and ebony from Lebanon to Egypt. Shipbuilders of that era did not use pegs but relied
on rope to keep their ships afoat. Keel, frames and deck were tightly tied together.
Size: L: 350mm H: 280mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTAM1403
GRAND BANKS - 46 Modern Schooner
The construction of this boat begins in 1968 from an idea of Mr Robert Newton, who
was looking for a ship that suited his particular needs. The development started from
a working boat, the trawler, quite common in North America and particular in the New
Foundland area where the Grand Banks are located. Comes with a fbre glass hull
and is suitable for RC.
Size: L: 720mm H: 435mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:20
Order Code: KTAM1607
CHINESE PIRATE JUNK - Qing Dynasty
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 harbours of
China and Hong Kong, and it was often impossible to tell whether or not they belonged
to merchants or pirates until it was to late. Kit is single planked.
Size: L: 400mm H: 335mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:100
Order Code: KTAM1421
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RIVA AQUARAMA - Italian Runabout
The Riva Aquarama, came on the market in 1963 as a development of the
twin engined Tritone. It is the last heir of the well known tradition of mahogany
runabouts. In fact it is still built today as 30 years ago. A highly detailed model that
is suitable for RC.
Size: L: 850mm H: 210mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:10
Order Code: KTAM1603
Q-SHIP HUNTER British Navy
This model represents a merchant ship, armed as a schooner, built at the beginning of
the last century and mainly used as a collier. The Hunter was frstly owned by the British
Merchant Navy. Then the Royal Navy took it over for its sailing qualities especially ft for the
North Seas and decided to transform it into a Q-ship. When war broke out it was equipped
with false structures that concealed its deckweaponry. This structure could be easily removed
and the hidden deck guns could be used to fre against the enemy, especially submarines.
Size: L: 580mm H:440mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:60
Order Code: KTAM1450
RMS TITANIC - Olympic Class 1912
RMS Titanic was a class passenger liner built at the Harland & Wolff shipyard
in Belfast, Titanic was the largest passenger steamship in the world. During her
maiden voyage she struck an iceberg on 14 April 1912 and sank some hours later
after breaking in two. The Titanic disaster ranks as the worlds worst peacetime
maritime disaster.
Size: L: 1070mm H: 300mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:250
Order Code: KTAM1606
1.2 AMATI KITS
NEW BEDFORD WHALEBOAT - 1860
The New Bedford whaleboat was a light swift craft. It was planked with rot-resistant
cedar only half an inch thick with lapstrake construction. It was double ended so
that it could change direction quickly and easily.
Size: L: 550mm H: 130mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:16
Order Code: KTAM1440
POLACCA -Venetian Cargo Ship 1750
The Polacca appeared on the Mediterranean Sea, it was used either as an escort
ship, merchant or cargo. The Venetian feet on the Adriatic Sea employed the
Polacca to protect the shipping routes of Venice from pirates.
Size: L:450mm H:330mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTAM1407
NINA - Caravel of Columbus 1492

On 12th October 1492 Christopher Columbus, in the service of Spain, set the royal
fag on an island of a completely unknown world to Europe. With his small feet of the
Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria, Columbus set of to reach the Indies. After 36 days at
sea and a voyage of 2400 mile, he landed exactly as he had promised. Even so he
had not reached the Indies. Columbus arrived at Watlings Islands in the Bahamas.
Size: L: 370mm H: 445mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:65
Order Code: KTAM1411
PINTA - Caravel of Columbus 1492
On 12th October 1492 Christopher Columbus, in the service of Spain, set the royal
fag on an island of a completely unknown world to Europe. With his small feet of the
Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria, Columbus set of to reach the Indies. During Pintas frst
stop at the Canary Island it replaced its lateen sails with square sails. After 36 days
at sea and a voyage of 2400 mile, he landed exactly as he had promised. Even so he
had not reached the Indies. Columbus arrived at Watlings Islands in the Bahamas.
Size: L: 450mm H: 360mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:65
Order Code: KTAM1410
MAYFLOWER - English Galleon 1620
The Mayfower is very well known since the Pilgrim Fathers crossed the Atlantic
Ocean on this galleon. They arrived in Cape Cod Bay where they founded the city of
Plymouth in 1620.
Size: L: 650mm H: 550mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:60
Order Code: KTAM1413
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VIKING SHIP - Drakkar
These Drakkers were decorated with a dragon head fgurehead and could reach 48
metres long. Drakkers had to be light and extremely manoeuvrable. When in a feet,
its captain could conquer entire worlds just showing it off. The sight of the feet itself
would terrorize the enemy.
Size: L: 440mm H: 250mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTAM1406/01
WELLS FARGO STAGE COACH - Wild West 1820s
A beautifully detailed kit of a United States Wells Fargo stage coach, which was
used so much during the Wild West period. (1820s - 1900) .
The kit is very detailed, the cabin, wheels and chassis are fnely realised miniatures
of the full size coach, but are quite easy to assemble, thanks to the materials (which
are laser cut for the wood parts and photo etched for the metal parts), and very
comprehensive construction plans and instructions.
A full compliment of luggage and two exact scale Winchester rifes (Modelled in
wood and brass) are included with the kit, together with leather material for the
seats - brass buckles for the leather straps found both on the luggage and carriage
itself - even a pad-lock for the money chest!
Size: L: 280mm H: 190mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:10
Order Code: KTAM1711/01
XEBEC - Armed Vessel 1753
Armed with 14 cannons of medium caliber and 6 culverins for action at close range,
the Xebec was also used for coastal defence for the Spanish Navy to fght against
pirates. Oars made travelling possible even in case of a lull in wind. This is a very
attractive and very detailed kit, and captures the lines of this type of vessel perfectly.
Size: L: 720mm H: 500mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:60
Order Code: KTAM1427
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ROGER B TANEY - US Cutter 1832
This ship was used by the U.S coast guard. It was an armed 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.
Kit includes pre-built resin hull.
Size: L: 690mm H: 560mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:60
Order Code: KTAM1444
SANTA MARIA - Carrack 1492
On 12th October 1492 Christopher Columbus, in the service of Spain, set the royal
fag on an island of a completely unknown world to Europe. With his small feet of the
Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria, Columbus set of to reach the Indies. After 36 days at
sea and a voyage of 2400 mile, he landed exactly as he had promised. Even so he
had not reached the Indies. Columbus arrived at Watlings Islands in the Bahamas.
Size: L: 540mm H: 480mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:65
Order Code: KTAM1409
SWEDISH GUNBOAT - 1775
The Swedish Gunboats were extremely light and easy to manoeuvre. The gunboats
were armed with a medium calibre gun, mounted at the stern on a sliding carriage.
Size: L:345mm H:210mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:40
Order Code: KTAM1550
Robert E. LEE - River Steamboat 1870
The frst highways in America were the great rivers, which permitted the growth of
commerce and transport. The advent of steam permitted the upstream navigation
on rivers. The search for speed inspired marvellous competitions. One of the most
famous races is that between Natchez and Robert E. Lee, held in 1870 between New
Orleans and Saint Louis. After 750 miles of water the Robert E. Lee won the race,
covering the distance in 3 days, 18 hours and 14 minutes. Solid hull kit.
Size: L: 600mm H: 280mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTAM1439
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BERLIN - 17th Century Brandenburg Frigate
The BERLIN was one of the frst charter frigates put at the disposition of Frederic
William by the Brandenburg Navy. Built in Zeeland in 1674, the vessel formed part
of the Brandenburg feet until 1688. The model reproduces the vessel down to the
tiniest details. The instructions include 4 large life-size plates, and a full instruction
book accompanied by a large number of diagrams and some photos of the model.
Single Planked.
Size: L:830mm H:615mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:40
Order Code: KTCOSM029
COURONNE - French Ship of the Line 1636
The frst great ship to be completely designed and constructed by the French. On the
orders of Cardinal Richelieu, the work was entrusted to the famous master craftsman
Charles Morieur of Dieppe. The ship was completed in 1636 in the La Roche Bernard
shipyard and was one of the most imposing vessels of that time. She was built to compete
with the ever larger ships of other European navies, England in particular. Twelve sheets of
plans and step-by-step instructions make for trouble-free construction.
Size: L: 830mm H: 615mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:100
Order Code: KTCOSM017
DOLPHYN - Dutch Privateer 1750
An attractive ketch launched in 1750 armed with 10 cannon and 6 culverins. This
privateer is easy to assemble thanks to the clear construction drawings and detailed
instructions. The relatively large scale has enabled us to reproduce faithfully the
numerous superstructures and decorations.
Size: L: 810mm H: 685mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTCOSM016
EAGLE - Armed Merchant Sloop
During the Anglo-American War of 1812-14 the US Navy used merchant sloops that
were strengthened and armed. One of them, the Eagle, was captured in early 1813
when she incautiously ventured into the British-controlled Richelieu River. The British
used her to raid ports and shipping on Lake Champlain during the war.
Size: L: 650mm H: 440mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:85
Order Code: KTCOSM061
1.3 COREL KITS
AL BAHRAN - Arabian Dhow
The model reproduces a typical dhow used in the waters surrounding the Arabian
Peninsula for fshing and coastal trading. During the colonial occupation, the Italian
Navy armed them with 37mm guns.
Size: L: 575mm H: 465mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTCOSM036
HMS BELLONA - 74 Gun Ship
The HMS Bellona was one of the most famous 74-gun ships of the British navy.
Construction of the Bellona began at Chatham shipyards in 1758. Launched on the 19th
February 1760, she sailed on 8 April, to join the battlefeet which was then blockading
Brest. She would go on the serve across the globe in a career that spanned over
50 years. The Bellona served in the Navy until February 1814 she was broken up at
Chatham in September 1814.
Size: L: 770mm H: 615mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:100
Order Code: KTCOSM054
AMPHION - 18th Century Swedish Yacht
Designed and built as a fast vessel for the use of king Gustav III of Sweden, it was
also used in naval battles such as the victorious Battle of Svenskund against the
Russians. Launched in 1778, it was built to a design of Fredrik Chapman in the
Djurgarden shipyard in Stockholm. The ship was schooner-rigged and this, together
with the tapered line of the hull, gave it exceptional sailing qualities.
Size: L: 785mm H: 620mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:40
Order Code: KTCOSM020
1.3 Corel
COREL has been manufacturing models ship kits since the early 1970s. Their kits are historically accurate and all kits contain
high quality timbers, cast metal fttings and photo-etched brass parts. Corel kits are of an intermediate size allowing for display in
smaller areas.
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LLAUT - Spanish Fishing Boat
The Llaut is the boat typical of Majorca, the large island of the Balearis (Spain).
Attributable to a wide range of Catalan boats, the Llaut, like all popular boats,
was the result of a complex historical evolution and structural adjustment to uses
and environments.
Size: L: 370mm H: 350mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:25
Order Code: KTCOSM044
HALF MOON - 17th century Galleon
In 1609, Captain Henry Hudson aboard the Half Moon was trying to fnd a North
west passage to Asia when he discovered a bay into which a river 500km long
drained. After sailing up the river, Hudson took possession in the name of the Dutch
government, baptising it the North or Maurice River in honour of the Prince Nassau.
Size: L: 545mm H: 535mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTCOSM018
HMS GREYHOUND - 20 Gun Frigate 1720
The Greyhound was a frigate with 20 cannons, launched from the Deptford shipyard
on February 13, 1720. Little is known of its seafaring history, it seems that together
with other very similar ships, it was used in the Mediterranean to fght the pirates that
plagued the coasts. The Greyhound was very elegant, refned and soberly decorated.
Size: L: 510mm H: 340mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:100
Order Code: KTCOSM059
MISTICQUE - French Xebec 1750
This model, is based upon drawings of an original example conserved in a famous
French museum, reproduces an unusual Mediterranean sailing ship of the mid 18th
century, armed with 18 guns. The Polish-style xebec was a modifcation of the classic
style known as lateen because the three masts carried triangular sails.
Size: L: 810mm H: 550mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTCOSM021
1.3 COREL KITS
HM ENDEAVOUR - Bark 1768
When the Endeavour set sail from Plymouth - on 26 August 1768 under the command
of the famous captain James Cook, the expeditions ostensible purpose was to study
and observe the 1769 transit of Venus across the sun. However, a more pragmatic
reason was to be relayed to her captain by the Admiralty in additional instructions;
namely, to search out the southern Pacifc for signs of the postulated continent, Terra
Australis Incognita (Unknown southern land).
Size: L: 780mm H: 660mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTCOSM041
FLYING FISH - Schooner 1860
Designed by the famous shipbuilder Jeremiah Burham, The Flying Fish was launched
in 1860 in Essex, Massachusetts. Thanks to its enormous amount of sail it carried, the
Flying Fish was one of the fastest vessels of the Gloucester fshing feet, transporting
the fsh caught on the famous Banks to the market ports in record time, with obvious
advantages in terms of sales and earnings.
Size: L: 745mm H: 585mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTCOSM019
FLATTIE - Chesapeake Bay Fishing Boat

The term Flattie indicated in local slang, a boat typical of Chesapeake Bay on the north-
east coast of the United States. The Flattie reached its peak in use in 1880-1890. Origi-
nally used to carry local products it was later widely used for the collection of oysters and
crabs. This was carried out ploughing the depts. With a short, strong net bag, dragged
from the boat by a cable.
Size: L: 335mm H: 355mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:25
Order Code: KTCOSM042
LEIDA - Dutch Pleasure Boat
This lightweight pleasure boat (yacht) can be distinguished from other models of
its period by the side stabilisers which are typically Dutch, and the large triangular
spanker, without a boom, tied to the long gaff or bar, supported in the middle by
the halyard and sloping downwards until the lower end rests almost at the base of
the main mast.
Size: L: 350mm H: 355mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:64
Order Code: KTCOSM057
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HMS PEREGRINE - Sixth Rate 1686
The HMS Peregrine is based on one of the original plans of Keltridges times, for the
admiral, and is the reproduction of a small vessel classifed as sixth rate armed with
18-20 small caliber cannons, built in 1686 for the feet of King George III. These type
of vessels were too small and lightly armed to participate in the great naval battles
and were, therefore, used for other purposes, such as to escort cargo ships, for
exploration, transporting messages or for the travel of important persons.
Size: L: 435mm H:320mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:96
Order Code: KTCOSM060
REALE DE FRANCE - 17th Century French Royal Galley
The galley, a warship characterised by a streamlined shape, can be traced to
the Mediterranean ships of classical antiquity. The galleys date back to the 12th
century, its period of greatest expansion was the 16th century. Its original function
was a vessel of war having been lost, the last galleys around the 18th century as
status symbols.
Size: L: 1060mm H: 670mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:60
Order Code: KTCOSM025
SLOUP - Brittany Oyster Boat
The Sloup was a boat of the Anchorage of Brest, in Brittany on the north-west coast
of France. It was used to collect shellfsh, and to a lesser extent oysters and other
types of shellfsh. The frst locally constructed Sloups made their appearance in
1912 and were diffused, with alternate phases until 1926, the year that the work of
the small shipyards of the Anchorage resumed with vigour.
Size: L: 320mm H:405mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:25
Order Code: KTCOSM043
1.3 COREL KITS
PARANZA - Adriatic Fishing Boat
The term Paranza indicates an Italian boat typical of the central Adriatic,
once diffused along the entire coast between the mounth of the Savio and the
Gargano. Constructed along the coast of Marche, Abruzzo and Molise, the boats
were generally used for deep-sea fshing with trawl nets, and to a lesser extent
for light transport.
Size: L: 340mm H:510mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:25
Order Code: KTCOSM045
RANGER - American Cutter 1823
The Ranger was one of the typical American cutters built in the frst half of the 19th
century and basically used for surveillance and coastguard duties. It was armed with
a large carronade installed in the centre of the deck that rotated on a circular guide-
way, permitting rapid fre from both sides of the hull with a single weapon. Note the
particular elegant line of the Ranger, emphasized by the depth of the keel at the stern.
Size: L: 465mm H: 390mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTCOSM055
HMS RESOLUTION - Cutter 17th Century
Making an appearance in the early 1700s, the cutter was rigged with a single mast
carrying a large spanker with a gaff and boom, jibs and fying jibs and one or more
square stern- sheets.
Size: L: 780mm H:630mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTCOSM038
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MIRAGE - 84 Gun First Rate Ship
The Mirage, is a true reproduction to scale of a frst-class admiral ship, armed with
84 guns, belonging to the French navy in the time of Louis XIV. The Mirage was
built during a period in which even some essentially sea-going characteristics of the
men-of-war were sacrifced to the exigencies of aesthetics. This resulted in a tight
rivalry between architects, artists and woodworking masters to apply decorations
and trimmings, the masters of the ship, once arrived in the open sea, hurried to
remove to make their ship easier to handle.
Size: L: 855mm H:815mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:75
Order Code: KTCOSM010
HMS NEPTUNE - 58 Gun Warship

Reconstructed on the basis of original shipyard models perfectly preserved in
the Greenwich Naval Museum, represents a 3rd class vessel, which took part in
the battle at La Hougue on 2 June 1692, where the English feet commanded by
Admiral Rooke, defeated the French feet commanded by Admiral Tourville. The
Neptune has decorations that are typical of the Royal vessels of the period and
reproduces the decorative part of the famous Admiral Prince in a smaller scale.
Size: L: 560mm H: 615mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:90
Order Code: KTCOSM058
1.3 COREL KITS
VICTORY - Mid Ship Cross Section
The HMS Victory, is the name of Nelsons Flagship, on which he was killed at
Trafalgar. The battle of Trafalgar was one of the most famous battles in history,
bitterly fought on the 21st October 1805, between English and French-Spanish
feets. This is one of the few ships of those times which has reached us in a
perfectly preserved state. Begun in 1759 and launched in 1765, she was subjected
to several rebuildings before arriving at Trafalgar.
A completely updated cross section of the H.M.S Victory enables us to reproduce
the internal details much more realistically, in particular the masts. The model is
completed by highly realistic accessories such as casks, barrels, buckets, and fag.
Size: L:60mm H:715mm W: 325mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:24
Order Code: KTCOSM39
WASA - Gun Deck Section
The Wasa, a 64-gun royal Swedish vessel, sunk in Stockholm harbor the same day
it was launched, due it is said, to a violent gust of wind. The hull, badly sailed, titled
frighteningly and water gushed through the open portholes. The vessel quickly sunk
to peak, reaching a depth of 35 meters. It was on 10 August 1628. Construction
of the ship started in 1625, under the supervision of the Dutch architect, Henrik
Hybertson.
This model reproduces a section of the left bulwarks, with part of the deck and
underlying battery deck; besides the hull structure, particular care has been paid to
the cannon and gun carriage, and to the historically documented reconstruction of
all the relevant equipment.
Size: L:160mm H:180mm W:215mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:25
Order Code: KTCOSM043
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TONNANT - Privateer Corvette 18th Century
In the last quarter of the 18th century, privateers were generally small fast merchant
vessels. Carrying a large area of sail and highly armed with small calibre guns. unlike
pirate ships, these vessels few their national fag. The corvette Tonnant, a late 18th
century French privateer, was particularly representative of this class of vessel.
Size: L: 840mm H: 570mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTCOSM050
TOULONNAISE - Armed Merchant Schooner
Launched in Toulon in August 1823, the Toulonnaise served in the Spanish War under
Captain Joursin, was stationed at Barcelona and then sailed to Cadiz where it took
part in the bombardment of the port. In 1832 it was completely overhauled at Brest
and parts of the internal and external gunwales, the waterways and the planking of
the bridge were replaced and the entire poop deck superstructure was redone.
Size: L: 665mm H:450mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:75
Order Code: KTCOSM052
HMS UNICORN - 18th Century Frigate
An elegant frigate, designed for the British Fleet by Chapman at the end of the 18th
century. Like the original, our model is armed with 24 guns on the open fghting
deck and 8 guns below, all complete with gun mountings and wheels. The sleek and
tapered line of the hull and the impressive masts make this an extremely striking and
beautiful ship.
Size: L: 840mm H:710mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:75
Order Code: KTCOSM011
1.3 COREL KITS
SCOTLAND - Baltic Ketch Yacht 1775
A ship dating back to the end of the 18th century, belongs to the category of
the Baltic-Ketch yachts and was chiefy used for the transport of goods and
passengers. Traditionally being called a work boat, so called because it was
mainly used for commercial purpose.
Size: L: 430mm H: 415mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:64
Order Code: KTCOSM056
SHENANDOAH - American Cutter 1804
The model Shenandoah is a reproduction of a custom cutter of the period of the
American Civil War. This term is generally used to indicate smaller vessels used for the
rapid transport of precious, perishable goods long the Atlantic coast, and in operations
of support and provisions to the larger feet. The common feature of these vessels was
the sails, which besides high speed, guaranteed a discrete possibility of maneuvers,
even with rough seas.
Size: L: 700mm H: 590mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTCOSM037
SIRENE - 18th Century French Frigate

This 30 gun French frigate is famous because of its designer, the well-known naval
architect Fredrik Chapman. In addition to the drawings, all the calculations relating
to the construction and the hydrodynamic resistance of the vessel are provided in
Chapmans Architectura Navalis Mercatoria, published in Stockholm in 1768.
Size: L: 840mm H: 705mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:25
Order Code: KTCOSM014
YACHT DORO - Brandenburg Yacht 17th Century
17th century armed yacht from Brandenburg. This vessel, also known as the New
Yacht or Great Yacht, was built in Kolberg in 1678-1679 by the ship builder
Peckelherius. Single Planked.
Size: L: 580mm H: 520mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTCOSM027
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WAPPEN VON HAMBURG - 17th Century Brandenburg
The 58 gun, Wappen Von Hamburg was commissioned by Admiral Karpfanger, and
she was then employed, very successfully as a heavily armed Convoy Escort Ship. He
engaged and sank a large number pirate ships during her short but colourful career. On
October 10th, 1683 fre broke out on board in the port of Cadiz. The magazine exploded
killing Admiral Karpfnger and 22 others and destroyed the ship. This model unique of its
kind, has been designed to offer an excellent model in terms of quality. Single Planked.
Size: L: 1100mm H: 910mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:40
Order Code: KTCOSM028
WASA - Swedish Frigate 1628

The Wasa, a royal Swedish vessel with 64 guns sank in the waters around
Stockholm on the day it was launched (10 August 1628) as the result of a violent
gust of wind. The ship settled in 35 m of water. Construction on the vessel started
in 1625, under the direction of the Dutch architect Henrik Hybertsson. While some
guns and a few other objects had been recovered earlier, it was only possible to
bring the ship to the surface in 1956.
Size: L:940mm H: 705mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:75
Order Code: KTCOSM013
1.3 COREL KITS
PRINS WILLEM - Dutch East India Company 1650
The Prins Willem was probably the largest square stern ship of the feet of the
Dutch East India Company. Fitted out at Middleburg in 1649-1650, the Prince
William was subsequently modifed for use as a warship. In addition to demolishing
the forecastle and the stern bulkhead, 6 fring ports were added, three on each side.
For a brief period, the Prins Willem was the fagship of the famous Admiral Witte de
Witt. Returned later to the Company, it once again traded with the Indies between
1653 and 1660.
Size: L:735mm H:580mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:100
Order Code: KTCOSM040
HMS VICTORY - Nelsons Flagship 1805

The fagship H.M.S. Victory is famous because of one of the most celebrated naval
battles of modern times, fought off Cape Trafalgar on 21 October 1805 between
the British feet commanded by Admiral Nelson and the Franco-Spanish feet.
Accurately restored in its equipment and the original colours, the Victory is now
a museum moored in the dry-dock at Portsmouth. This model is based upon the
original British plans. A popular and beautiful model.
Size: L: 1035mm H: 715mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:98
Order Code: KTCOSM023
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1.0 KITS
LYDE - 18th Century English Schooner
The Lyde was built in an English shipyard near Plymouth around 1787 as an armed
cargo boat. It was used as a transport for war materials to support the English ships at
the siege of Genova during the Napoleonic Wars.
Size: L: 740mm, L:570mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:70
Order Code: KTEM99/001
HMS FALMOUTH - English India Companies of 1752
The Falmouth was launched in Blackwall, England in 1752. It was the frst trading vessel of
the English India Companies and showed a close resemblance to a warship in sail plan and
rigging, with the most up to date reef points to her topsails The ship was equipped with a large
amount of artillery, unusual for the trading vessels of that period. In that she was run along the
lines of naval discipline was due to the fact that the vessel could sail alone without any convoy
ship, since its rich load was a good bounty for all the enemy vessels and pirate ships.
The Falmouth could easily combat a war-ship of the same tonnage, thanks to its crew of 180
experienced men including the best trained gunners. The superiority of the crew was partly
due to the incentive granted to each gunman allowing each individual to transport his
own 5 tonnage of goods there and 2 tonnage back. These goods were usually sold as
smuggled goods to the black market. The Falmouth was of 499 tons and was in service until
1764 completing fve voyages for the East India Company. She was lost on her sixth voyage,
wrecked in 1766.
Size: L: 1050mm H:850mm
Grade: SL5
Scale: 1:75
Order Code: KTEM99/011
SCHIFFETTO CARLOFORTINO - Mediterranean Fishing Boat
The term schifetto comes from the word skiff that means lance boat. The
schifetto belongs to the generic category of the gullets, very wide spread over the
Mediterranean. The schifetto was the ancient boat used by the Carlofortinians (people
of Carloforte or indeed Sardinia) for the creel fshing of lobsters. The schifetto contained
an inside fsh pond for maintaining live lobsters.
Size: L: 660mm H:750mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:15
Order Code: KTEM99/009
1.4 EUROMODEL
AJAX - English Frigate 1765
Launched in Plymouth in 1765, Ajax was armed and supplied fve years later, when it sailed
for its frst trip to North America In 1786, during a winter mission in Atlantic, it ran into a severe
storm that seriously damaged it. The storm lasted three days but with some temporary repairs,
it managed to reach Scotland after a journey lasting forty fve days. Within a month, some
major repairs were carried out and it set sail to Plymouth.
Ajax sailed for the next twelve years but was disarmed and abandoned in the Plymouth navy
yards. However, in 1801, the Admiralty was keen to expand its feet and decided to utilize again
some disarmed ships like the Ajax. At the end of 1802 the ship sailed with the Mediterranean
feet and participated in the Toulon siege with other English ships, amongst which was the
famous HMS Victory, commanded by Admiral Nelson. On 21st October 1805 Ajax participated in
the Trafalgar war, where it damaged a Spanish ship and sunk a French one.
Size: L: 720mm L:760mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:72
Order Code: KTEM99/005
DERFFLINGER - 17th Century Felucca
Prior to 1684, Derffinger was named Wolkensaule. It was purchased in Danzica
in January 1681 by Benjamin Raule and was used during the war against Spain
(May1681) 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.
Size: L: 500mm H:470mm
Grade: SL5
Scale: 1:66
Order Code: KTEM99/007
1.4 EuroModel
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From the accuracy of their design to the range of materials. Their kits are historically accurate and rich in detail.
These kits are best for the experienced model builder.
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ROYAL WILLIAM - First Rate English Vessel 1790
Launched in 1719 at Portsmouth. In 1782 Royal William took part in the
navy operations which led to Gibraltars liberation. Also in that same year,
the ship was involved in the salvage attempt of Royal George, which
overturned in Spithead causing the death of 900 persons. In the end it was
assigned as anchor-watch at Portsmouth, until 1813 , then demolished. Its
survival for almost a century compares strongly with the typical six year life
span of so many other ships. It had a crew of 730 men and a 1600 tonnage.
Size: L: 1140mm H:950mm
Grade: SL6
Scale: 1:70
Order Code: KTEM99/006
1.4 EUROMODEL
LA RENOMMEE - 18th Century French Frigate

There were two Renommees built in France, one in the 17th Century and
this one in the 18th Century. Launched in 1744 at either Byrone or Brest, La
Renommee was a one-off 40-gun ship designed by Antoine Groignard with 30
12-pounders and 10 8-pounder guns. She was captured by the British Navy
(HMS Dover) 27 September, 1747 and converted into a 30-gun ffth-rate frigate
as the HMS Renown and served until she was broken up in 1771.
However, this type of frigate is very important in the evolution of ships of the
British Navy because it inspired the development of a series of ffth-rate frigates
equipped with only thirty guns of large calibre, all placed on the second deck.

Size: L:830mm H:690mm
Grade: SL5
Scale: 1:70
Order Code: KTEM99/008
MORDAUNT - 4th Rate English Vessel 1681
The Mordaunt was launched at Deptford, near London in 1681. It was commissioned
by a syndicate of shipowners headed by Lord Mordaunt. However, he later became
the sole owner of the vessel, when the other members left that association.
The aim in having such a greatly armed private ship was to eliminate the war ship
stock. This idea aroused some suspicion; therefore the Ambassador of Spain
presented his complaints to the Court of St. James, asserting that a warship owned by
private people could have been easily taken by the Elector of Brandenburg, who was
completing a feet to move against Spain.
The vessel was sequestered, and Lord Mordaunt was forced by the Court to limit the
armament and crew. In 1683, the ship was seconded into the Royal Navy, where it
remained until 21 November, 1693, when it disappeared in the open sea of Cuba. A
model of this ship is showed in Greenwich Museum.
Size: L: 920mm H:770mm
Grade: SL5
Scale: 1:60
Order Code: KTEM99/010
FRIEDRICH WILHELM ZU PERDE - XVII CENTURY
Built between 1660 and 1661, the Friedrich Wilhelm zu Perde was a formidable
German vessel of 900 tons. Sailing to Africa and the Shetland Islands, she carried a
crew of 250 men and 50 to 60 cannon. She was engaged by three French warships on
October 30th, 1692 when France was at war with the Brandenburg Empire. The frst
round of fre from the French killed the captain and set the Friedrich Wilhelm on fre.
Size: L: 950mm H: 820mm
Grade: SL6
Scale: 1:70
Order Code: KTEM99/004
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1.5 KRICK
ALERT - US Cutter 1800
Alert is one of many armed cutters built in the early 1800s to aid the curtailing of smuggling.
The cutter was an extremely fast ship, with its sleek hull and vast amount of sail, it could
out run any other craft. To allow the boat to sail faster and closer to the wind, it was ftted
with large sails and built with a wedge-shaped, deep hull. The Alert has been ftted with a
rotating cannon located on deck mid-ship, giving a very good picture of what the boats work
involved. Extremely detailed plans and drawings show all stages of construction along with a
comprehensive instruction manual.
Size: L:880mm H:695mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:24
Order Code: KTK20240
GULNARA - Steam and Sail 1834
Built in England in 1834, Gulnara is a perfect example of the transition from sail to
steam, making this model an interesting and unusual subject. She was bought by the
Sardinian Navy for escort and mail duties. The Gulnara was ftted with an oscillating
steam engine made by the company Fawcett & Preston, Liverpool. When under sail,
a section of the paddles could be folded back to reduce resistance. With her slim
and elegant hull, interesting superstructure complete with boiler and high stack, and
harmonious sails, the model Gulnara is a treasure from the pioneering days of steam.
Size: L:1060mm H:575mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTK20250
KARL & MARIE - German Freight Boat
The Karl and Marie is based on a typical German freight boat, which were built from the
18th century for use in the East Sea. This type of boat is called the Galeasses, but was
nothing to do with the Mediterranean Galeasses. The wide hull allows for a large cargo
and was extremely stable but not very fast.
Size: L:800mm H:580mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:40
Order Code: KTK20200
1.5 KRICK
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The decks and superstructure are pre cut. The kits come complete with all fttings, plans and English building instructions.
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1.6 MAMOLI KITS
ALERT - American Schooner
Commissioned in 1818, the schooner Alert was pressed into privateer service for action against
smugglers along the American coast. Her sleek hull lines and large sail area made for great
speed and agility on the high seas. Equipped with a main cannon that rotated 360 degrees, she
was able to target the enemy advancing from any direction without changing course. She was
decommissioned (possibly sold) in 1829 and taken off the U.S. Coast Guards list of active ships.
Size: L: 567mm H: 931mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:45
Order Code: KTMV55
AMERIGO VESPUCCI Italian Training Ship
Amerigo Vespucci a 3 mast fully rigged sailing ship is an exact scale model of the famous school
ship of the Italy. She was launched in 1931 at the Navy`s ship yards of Castellammare di Staia
Naples, and carried out many voyages before World War II. The period of the war was the only
time the ship has not been active. The elegant, three-masted full rigger serves as the training
vessel of the Italian Naval Academy.
Size: L: 720mm H: 375mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:150
Order code: KTMV57
HMS BEAGLE - Darwins Brig
HMS Beagle was the ship in which the naturalist, Charles Darwin, sailed around the world
between 1831 and 1836. The Beagle visited sites like the Galapagos Islands and the Great
Barrier Reef. The rich variety of animal and plant species that Darwin saw on the voyage led
him to develop his theory of evolution. Beagle made three voyages of exploration.
During the frst to SouthAmerica between 1826 and 1830, the captain, Commander Pringle Stokes,
shot himself in a ft of depression and was replaced by Robert Fitzroy He was also given command
for the second voyage to SouthAmerica and then around the world. Fitzroy invited the young
naturalist Charles Darwin to accompany him. The voyage lasted nearly fve years and became one
of the most famous and important voyages of exploration ever made. After the Beagles third voyage,
which was a survey of Australia, the ship became a Coast Guard watch vessel. She was moored
permanently in the River Roach in Essex until 1870 when she was sold for scrap.
Size: L: 645mm H:478mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:64
Order Code: KTMV20
1.6 Mamoli
MAMOLI began more than 20 years ago by the designer Luigi Volont, whose long experience allowed him to
personally set up and follow a production. Mamolis period model kits are renowned for the clearness of their
plans, with full perspective drawings and fully described in four languages. All kits are double planked and
come complete with all materials necessary to build a frst-rate model. All materials are of the high standard.
BLACK PRINCE - Privateer schooner 1775
During the Revolutionary War (1774 - 76) private vessels were commissioned by the colonial
rebel government to prey on British commerce and to capture, when possible, British ship. At the
time of the Revolutionary War, Benjamin Franklin was ambassador to France. He allowed to buy
French built corsairs through an important ship broker. These corsairs were the predecessors of
the Baltimore Clippers. The ships were painted black so as to be nearly invisible at night. They
were named Black Prince and Black Princess. The crew were Portuguese seamen but captained
by an American. They preyed on the British trade in English coastal waters and for over a year
nearly destroyed Britains trade with the rest of the world.
Size: L: 520mm H:350mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:57
Order Code: KTMV46
BLACKBEARD - Pirates Ship
What we know about the exploits of Blackbeard, the ill-famed pirate, is a mix of history, legend
and fction. Edward Teach, this should be his real name, boarded and plundered an enormous
number of ships, what brought him the fame of Terror of the Seas, although this adventurous
life of his lasted only twenty months. He was such a terrifying personage, that his victims were
paralyzed and surrendered just by seeing him.
Size: L: 520mm H: 350mm
Scale: 1:57
Grade: SL2
Order code: KTMV82
BLUE SHADOW - United States Navy Brig 1778
The brig Blue Shadow was built in 1778 for the America Navy. Equipped with 12 guns, it is
characterized by the very high masting and by the amount of sails, in addition to the classic
one, formed by the studding-sail and by the top gallant studding sail, both on the main and
on the fore mast.

Size: L: 695mm H:550mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:64
Order Code: KTMV22
HMS BOUNTY - British Frigate 18th Century
Although built as a merchant ship, the Bounty was assigned to the Royal Navy, where
she was used for exploration voyages. The Bounty became famous for the mutiny of
her crew. The ship set out Spit head in December 1787, fnal destination Tahiti. On the
return voyage, owing to the strict discipline imposed by the captain, discontent began to
spread through the crew and it soon turned into a mutiny.
Size: L: 700mm H: 420mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:65
Order Code: KTMV39
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CATALINA - Dutch pleasure yacht
The frst Lemster barges were built in 1876 in the shipyard Gebr. De Boer in
Lemmer, Fiesland. The Lemster barge originally was a fshing vessel for use on the
Northern part of the then still open Zuiderzee, where during wind against tide often
very foul seas developed. Therefore the ship was designed to be very seaworthy
and she had very good sails, making the Lemster barge one of the best and
beautiful Dutch round sailing yachts.
Size: L: 570mm H:485mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:35
Order Code: KTMV51
HMS BOUNTY Armed Transport 1787
The name of the Bounty, frigate of the British Navy, is indissolubly tied to its captains Bligh and to
vicissitudes which caused the crew to mutiny. Christian Fletcher, the boatswain, took command
of the ship and forced Bligh to embark on a life-boat with 18 still faithful men. After a dangerous
navigation for more than 4000 miles, Bligh reached the isle of Timor and afterwards England.
The Bounty went to Pitcairn Isle where Fletcher and the remaining men settled. Only 20 years
later the group landed in Tahiti was captured and tried by the English Court-martial. Only three
seamen where condemned, while the others were acquitted.
Size: L: 480mm H:378mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:100
Order code: KTMV52
CSS ALABAMA - Steam and sail sloop of war 1862
CSS Alabama,the most famous ship of the American Civil War,was a steam and sail
sloop of war built for the Confederacy in 1862 by John Laird Sons & Co. in Liverpool,
England. Under Captain Raphael Seames CSS Alabama engaged Union ships in the
North Atlantic and the West Indies doing immense damage to the Unions maritime
trade. After leaving Cherbourg, France, where she had docked for repairs CSS
Alabama was assaulted by Kearsage. Although CSS Alabama fred more rounds than
her heavily armoured opponent she lost the battle and was sunk off of Cherbourg.
Size: L: 694mm H:347mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:120
Order Code: KTMV53
ENDEAVOUR - Bark 1768

James Cook, the great discoverer of the Pacifc region, was handed over the
command of a scientifc exploration trip to the South Pacifc in 1768. The ship to
be used for this project was the Endeavour, Its solid structure made it extremely
seaworthy. The Endeavour left Plymouth with direction of Cape Horn and reached its
port of destination, Tahiti in April 1769.
Size: L: 420mm H:360mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:100
Order Code: KTMV47
GOLDEN HIND - Sir Francis Drakes Galleon
This 18 gun privateer was used by Sir Francis Drake to circumnavigate the globe. Departing in
December 1577, the Golden Hind, was the only vessel to return successfully from Drakes expedition
(fve vessels originally set out from England). She returned to drop anchor in Plymouth Sound on 26
September 1580, only the second vessel to have circumnavigated the globe, after the Portuguese
explorer Magellan. Drake brought a huge amount of bounty back to England with him. This enabled him
to pay all of his investors, including Elizabeth I, forty seven times their original stake in the expedition.
Size: L: 496mm H:408mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:53
Order Code: KTMV30
GRETEL - 18th Century Pleasure Yacht
Built around the middle of the 18th century from a drawing by Frederik Af Chapman,
Gretel is a wonderful example of a pleasure boat of that time. The interesting sail plan
certainly would have granted a good speed to the hull.

Size: L: 410mm H:355mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:54
Order Code: KTMV33
HALIFAX - British colonial schooner 1774
Born as packet-boat, Halifax was purchased in1768 by the Royal Navy and transformed at Portsmouth
into a typical colonial schooner of the time. These alterations included raising the cabin platformto obtain
more storage space below, elevating the bulwarks with openings for the 6 guns and building a new railing
with 6 culverins. The outer changes made to the hull as well as to masting and rigging altered deeply
the original aspect. The sources concerning the life of this ship are extremely contradictory. It sailed
prevailingly along theAmerican coasts in a rather complex period of history of this country.
Size: L: 590mm H:460mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:54
Order Code: KTMV37
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FLYING CLOUD - American clipper ship 1851
The clipper appears in the U.S.A. about 1820. TheAmerican builder create quite a new ship, without
imitating schemes and models of the old continent and they obtain immediately such results as to
infuence the world shipyards techniques. Flying Cloud, the masterpiece of builder Donald McKay, was
built at East Boston in 1851. It acquired a high reputation during the Gold Rush in California, making the
passage fromNewYork to San Francisco in the record time of 88 days, 22 hours and 30 minutes, never
equaled so far.
Size: L: 940mm H: 610mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:96
Order Code: KTMV41
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IL LEUDO - Merchant Launch
The origins of the Leudo are rather uncertain. According to suppositions probably
having a content of truth, the Leudo comes from a type of medieval boat with two
masts inclined towards the prow with lateen sails. It may afterwards have lost the
foremast, replaced by a bowsprit with jibs, making manoeuvring easier. It was used to
carry cargo across the Mediterranean Sea.

Size: L: 652mm H:441mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:32
Order Code: KTMV29
LE COUREUR - French Lugger 1776
The lugger was a kind of ship used by the French pirates of the Revolution and of the Empire. It
is a type of ship equipped as a bragozzo, with 3 masts, a very long bowsprit, several jibs, topsails
and some foretopsails. It was built by the Denys de Dunkerque and launched in 1776. The career
of this ship was short because it was captured by the English on 17th June 1778 during a battle,
between the frigate La Belle Poule and the frigate Arethusa. The destiny of the ship after it was
captured by the English is not widely known. Was it taken back by the French in 1782 as stated by
some authors? Or was it captured by the Americans off Terranova in 1780?
Size: L: 820mm H:650mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:54
Order Code: KTMV38
LORENOQUE - French Steam and Paddle Frigate

LOrenoque was one of the frst French frigates with mixed propulsion, sail, built
in 1848. She displaced 2,568 tons. Although she was provided with a mechanical
propulsion advanced in concept, she kept the typical masting of the frigates of that
time. Scarcely armed, she was mainly used to transport troops. The richness of
the superstructures, reproduced with refned performance and faithful scale, the
characteristic paddle-wheels and the classic masting give the model.
Size: L: 835mm H: 455mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:00
Order Code: KTMV23
HUNTER - British armed cutter 1797
The Hunter is based on a typical late 17th century cutter, built for the British Navy in
various forms. These ships were built to capture the smugglers, who, incidentally,
were the frst to use this type of ship (it seems that the English shipyards built them
in pairs: one for the smugglers and one for the Customs). The Hunter was used as a
coastguard vessel and also for military functions such as port survey, scout, warning
and so forth.
Size: L: 840mm H:635mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:90
Order Code: KTMV35
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LEXINGTON - American brig
The Lexington belonged to a small feet of merchant ships, which were hastily converted
into war ships in Philadelphia between 1775/77. Under captain John Barrys command the
Lexington was successfully engaged in battle on April 7th,
1776 against the corvette Edward. Later that same year the Lexington was captured by
the British frigate Pearl. The crew then recaptured the boat in a daring move and returned
it to Baltimore. On September 20th, 1777 on a return trip from France the Lexington was
captured by the English cutter Alert. After a fght of more than three hours the Lexington
ran out of ammunition and had to surrender.

Size: L: 420mm H:390mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:100
Order Code: KTMV48
MARSEILLE - French Schooner 1764
Reconstruction was carried out on original drawings of that time of a ship meant for shooting
training. She is equipped with 24 three-pound guns mounted on a special gun carriage fxed
on the board-side and with other 2 guns of retreat of the same gauge. Characteristic are the
2 six pound fghting guns equipped with a gun carriage without wheels sliding on a special
guide free with a rotation of 180 degrees.
Size: L: 803mm H:565mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:64
Order Code: KTMV25
MAYFLOWER - Pilgrim Fathers boat 1620
The Mayfower is very well known since the Pilgrim Fathers crossed the Atlantic
Ocean on this galleon. They arrived in Cape Cod Bay where they founded the city
of Plymouth in 1620. On board of the Mayfower, in the 1620 they joined the coasts
of Virginia where they ratifed with the Mayfower Contact the constitution of a real
state, the frst nucleus of the United States of America.
Size: L: 480mm H:400mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:70
Order Code: KTMV49
LA GLOIRE - French 34 guns frigate
A 34-gun frigate belonging to the French Navy, LaGloire was launched in 1778. Her
armament consisted of 26 twelve pound guns on the battery deck, plus 4 six pound
guns and 4 carronades on the main deck. Mamolis model shows her with wooden
hull exposed during her frst year of service. In June of 1779, her hull was sheathed
with copper plates. La Gloire was planned by the shipbuilding engineer Guignace,
and was launched at St.Malo in 1778.
Size: L:840mm H: 635mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:90
Order Code: KTMV34
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NEWPORT - Baltimore Clipper
At the beginning of the 19th century in America, numerous vessels with racy lines
were been built. They were very fast and easy to head: the famous clippers of
Baltimore. They were either used as coastguard vessels, dealing with smugglers and
pirates, or used as escort vessels and troopships.
Size: L: 520mm H:350mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:57
Order Code: KTMV50
PORTSMOUTH - English Merchant Brig
Built in 1796, the English Brig Portsmouth was a typical example of a commercial unit
adapted for private ring activity and legalized it with the socalled mark letters or reprisal
letters granted to anyone who was able, privately, to arm a vessel and to recruit a crew.
Size: L: 695mm H:550mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:64
Order Code: KTMV45
PURITAN - American Sloop 1885

Designed by Edward Burgess, she was just under 100 feet long. Part of her ballast
was fastened to the keel, making her very stable even in high winds. Like
many other of her class, she was equipped with a sliding keel. In 1885 under the
command of Captain Aubrey Crocker, she defended the Americas Cup against
the English cutter Ginesta, and won in only two races.
Size: L: 870mm H:940mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTMV43
RATTLESNAKE - 20 guns Privateer Ship
The privateer ship Rattlesnake was built at Plymouth, Massachusetts, around 1779, allegedly to
designs by John Peck. At various times it carried from14 to 20 guns and its complement consisted
of 85 men. It was captured off theAmerican coasts in 1781 by the British 44-gun shipAssurance.
It was taken to England, where it was renamed Cormorant and its lines were redrawn. With its
reduced dead rise and its very sharp fore lines the Rattlesnake must have been very fast. It had a
detached forecastle and quarterdeck, linked by removable gangways, unshipped during the battles.
Size: L: 700mm H:465mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:64
Order Code: KTMV36
ROTER LOWE - Dutch Galleon 1597
Built in the Netherlands in 1597, the Roter Lowe (Red Lion) was a versatile 18 gun
scouting vessel. Bought in 1601 by the Council of Knigsberg on account of the
Elector of Brandenburg. It was in service as a vedette-boat in Pillau from 1602 to
1605 under captain Peter Hintzes command.
Size: L: 720mm H:540mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:55
Order Code: KTMV19
SANTA MARIA - Columbus Flagship 1492
The Santa Maria was the fagship of the Columbus feet. Columbus nicknamed it
Nao, but at the very beginning its name was La Gallega. Its owner Juan de la
Coas chartered it to Columbus for his journey to the unknown world.
Size: L: 780mm H:580mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTMV42
SAO MIGUEL - 16th Century Carrack
Portuguese merchant ships like the Caracca Atlantica played a vital part in the Age
of Exploration. They were full rigged to run before prevailing winds, large enough to
hold precious cargoes of spices, and armed for protection against hostile natives and
greedy pirates. When Magellan sailed around the world, his entire feet consisted of
these vessels, known as carracks.
Size: L:850mm H:630mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:54
Order Code: KTMV21
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HMS SWIFT - Colonial Brig 1776
The brigantine Swift was built in the colonies in 1776. She was captured by the Royal
Navy and sailed under the British fag between 1776 and 1778.
Size: L: 425mm, H:395mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:70
Order Code: KTMV59
USS CONSTITUTION - United States Frigate 1797
U.S.S. Constitution, with 54 guns, was launched in 1797. Given the nick name of Old
Ironsides after a sailor saw a cannonball bounce off her hull, the USS Constitution
has won every battle shes ever fought. Resting in Boston Harbour, she is the oldest
commissioned US warship.

Size: L: 980mm H:670mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:93
Order Code: KTMV31
USS CONSTITUTION - Mid Ship Cross Section
This model has plenty of detail without many of the complexities of scale ship
modeling. Hull sections are preformed poplar plywood, ready for planking. Fittings
include walnut deadeyes, blocks, gun carriages and barrels; burnished metal cannon
and lots of copper and brass hardware. Silk fag, rigging, water casks and hardwood
pedestal are all includes. Six sheets of plans and instructions are easy-to-follow.

Size: H: 670mm W: 330mm L:75mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:93
Order Code: KTMV32
VALIANT - 12 Gun English Brig

The Valiant is based on a typical 12 gun English brig of the 18th Century.
Size: L: 695mm H:570mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:66
Order Code: KTMV81
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HMS VICTORY - 104 Gun First Rate Vessel
The frst rate vessel H.M.S. Victory, with 104 guns, was launched at Chatham in
1765. It was in service for a long time under the command of famous admirals. Its
name was indissolubly tied to Nelsons in the battle of Trafalgar in 1805. It is the boast
of the English Navy and is still preserved at Portsmouth.
Size: L: 1120mm H:775mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:90
Order Code: KTMV27
HMS VICTORY - Nelsons Flagship
The HMS Victory was Nelsons Flagship, on which he was killed at Trafalgar. The
battle of Trafalgar was one of the most famous battles in history, bitterly fought on the
21st October 1805, between English and French-Spanish feets. Begun in 1759 and
launched in 1765, she was subjected to several rebuildings before arriving at Tra-
falgar. The Victory once again took to the sea on 14th January 1922, to Portsmouth
where she is still visible in dock.
Size: L: 654mm H: 475mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:150
Order code: KTMV56
YACHT AMERICA - Schooner 1851
The yacht America was a 19th century racing yacht which gave its name to the
international sailing trophy it frst won: the Americas Cup. Designed by George Steers
and built in William Browns shipyard in 1851. Its name is still the most important and
celebrated in the history of world yachting. On August 22, 1851, the America won by
over 20 minutes the Royal Yacht Squadrons 53 mile regatta around the Isle of Wight.
America carried off an overwhelming victory over the English squadron.
Size: L: 790mm H:580mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:66
Order Code: KTMV26
YACHT MARY - Royal Dutch Yacht 1646
The Yacht Mary was built in the Netherlands and was presented to Prince Charles
Stuard by the town of Amsterdam on the occasion of his proclamation to King of
England. It is considered the prototype of the pleasure boats.
Size: L: 485mm H:480mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:54
Order Code: KTMV28
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HMS PRINCE - 100 Gun First Rate Vessel
Launched in 1670 HMS Prince was a frst rate British warship caring 100 cannons.
She was the British fagship during the battle of Texel in 1673 and became the stuff
of legend throughout the Royal Navy after engaging in a relentless defence against
a ferce attack by the Dutch feet. HMS Prince is accurately and highly detailed with
abundant transom ornamentation.
Size: L: 560mm H:490mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:144
Order Code: KTMV80
ROYAL LOUIS - First Rate French Vessel 1780

The Royal Louis was a 3 deck vessel with 120 guns. Its captain was a Squadron
Admiral. It was one of the most powerful frst rank vessels belonging to the French
Royal Navy at the time. Our model represents the Royal Louis according to the plans
of 1779, when it was admiral ship of the blue and white Squadron, being part of the
American Squadron, also called Earl Estaings. Our kit is particularly rich in accessories
and decorations. Whoever knows how complex are the decks superstructures of
this ship, can easily understand the problems we had to solve in order not to alter
the real image. The several molten decorations of the transom are made precious
by veneer insertions of precious wood. Thanks to the particular structure of the ship,
the reproduction accuracy is such that, through a window of the stern balconies, it is
possible to catch a glimpse of the complete inside decks dressing.
Size: L: 1080mm, H:830mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:90
Order Code: KTMV40
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FRIESLAND - Dutch 80 gun ship 1663
Friesland was a second rank vessel with 80 guns built around 1663, part of the great
feet of the United Provinces of Holland, consisting of 1700 units. In 1672, sided by 77
vessels under De Ruyters command, on board of the admiralship Zeven Provincen
it took part in the battle of Solebay with the allied Anglo-French forces.
Thirteen sheets of plans and step by step instructions allow you to build an
extraordinary showpiece.
Size: L: 775mm H:714mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:75
Order Code: KTMV24
HMS SURPRISE - 18th Century British Frigate
Originally a French corvette named LUnite and armed with 24 nine pound long
guns, she was designed by M. Forfait and was built at Le Havre. Captured in 1796
by HMS Inconstant, LUnite was rechristened HMS Surprise and converted by the
British into a 28-gun sixth-rate, carrying 24 32-pound carronades on her main deck,
eight more of the same on her quarter deck and forecastle, as well as 4 six-pound
long guns as chasers.
She gained fame for the cutting-out expedition in 1799 of HMS Hermione
Hermiones crew had mutinied, and had sailed her into Spanish possession in
Puerto Cabello. Captain Edward Hamilton of the Surprise led a boarding party to
retake the Hermione from the mutineers and, after a sharp action, sailed her out
of danger under Spanish gunfre back into British control. She was sold out of the
Service in 1802.
Size: L: 845mm H:630mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:75
Order Code: KTMV58
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1.7 Mantua
MANTUA has built its reputation on large, elaborately detailed model ship kits. Their kits use photo-etched brass, cast metal fttings,
cast metal and machined turned brass fttings. The detail provided in their range of large models is exceptional.
ACHILLES - American Pilot Cutter 1815
Originally named Anna Maria she was built in 1815 at the New York dockyards as
pilot boat. The Achilles spent much of her time as a fast mail boat.
Size: L: 565mm H: 440mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:43
Order Code: KTMA794
ALBATROS - US Coated Clipper
Alovely model of the famous American Clipper Albatros, built in the Baltimore shipyards.
She was typical of the fast effcient small ships produced by the Americans at that time.
Kit is single planked.
Size: L: 700mm H: 510mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:100
Order Code: KTMA771
AMERGIO VESPUCCI - Italian Sail Training Ship: Standard
Amerigo Vespucci a 3 mast fully rigged sailing ship is an exact scale model of the
famous school ship of the Italy. She was launched in 1931 at the Navy`s ship yards
of Castellammare di Staia Naples, and carried out many voyages before World War
II. The period of the war was the only time the ship has not been active. The elegant,
three-masted full rigger serves as the training vessel of the Italian Naval Academy.
Size: L: 1000mm H: 540mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:100
Order Code: KTMA799
ANTEO - Harbour Tug
This model is a replica of an Italian steam tug boat large numbers of which were built
prior to the WW2. The model is highly detailed. Suitable for RC.
Size: L: 890mm H:605mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:30
Order Code: KTMA743
ARM 82 - Dutch Fishing Boat
An attractive model of a typical Dutch fshing vessel. The hull is fat-bottomed, an
aid against running aground in shallow water.
Size: L: 620mm H:430mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:25
Order Code: KTMA781
ARMED PINNACE - Lancia Amarta 1800
This model is an exact reproduction of a 10 meters long armed launch, which was used by
the different navies during the 19th century. These launches were armed with naval guns
of different calibre and type; in the bow section a cannon or carronade was installed while
in the stern two more light, small cannons were placed to be aimed by hand. Usually, these
boats were employed in coastal patrols or in escort services but, also demonstrated their
wartime capacity in surprise actions attacking craft in diffculty. Due to their remarkable
manoeuvrability, they were also in great numbers employed during landing actions, preceding
the main feet which moved slower and was more vulnerable.
Size: L: 620mm H:460mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:16
Order Code: KTMA748
BLACK FALCON - 18th Century Brig
The Black Falcon was a two masted 18th century brigantine commanded by the
infamous pirate Captain Kidd. Kit is single planked.
Size: L: 460mm H: 350mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:100
Order Code: KTMA768
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ASTROLABE - French Sloop 1785
The Astrolabe was a converted fuyt of the French Navy. She departed Brest on 1
August 1785 under Paul Antoine Fleuriot de Langle, along with the Boussole under
La Perouse. The expedition vanished mysteriously in 1788 after leaving Botany Bay
on 10 March 1788.
The fate of the expedition was eventually solved by Captain Peter Dillion in 1827 when
he found remnants of the ships the Astrolable and the Boussole at Vanikoro Island in
the New Hebrides. The ships had been wrecked in a storm. Survivors from one ship
had been massacred while survivors from the other ship had constructed their own
small boat and sailed off the island, never to be heard from again. Single Planked.
Size: L: 1100mm H: 965mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTMA773
BRUMA - Open Cruiser Yacht
Bruma is a scale reproduction of an ocean going fshing boat, converted into a pleasure
yacht. This is a plank on frame construction suitable either for radio control or as a fne
display model. Suitable for RC. Kit is single planked.
Size: L: 860mm H: 620mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:45
Order Code: KTMA736
HMS BOUNTY - Armed Transport 1787

The name of the Bounty, frigate of the British Navy, is indissolubly tied to its
captains Bligh and to vicissitudes which caused the crew to mutiny. Christian
Fletcher, the boatswain, took command of the ship and forced Bligh to embark on
a life-boat with 18 still faithful men.
After a dangerous navigation for more than 4000 miles, Bligh reached the isle of
Timor and afterwards England. The Bounty went to Pitcairn Isle where Fletcher
and the remaining men settled. Only 20 years later the group landed in Tahiti
was captured and tried by the English Court-martial. Only three seamen where
condemned, while the others were acquitted.
Size: L: 870mm H: 660mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:60
Order Code: KTMA785
CAESAR - Roman Bireme 30BC
A typical frst century B.C. Roman war ship. This Bireme was driven by two rows of
oars. Out riggers stabilized the ship and the wales protected the hull from the protrud-
ing bows of enemy ships. While fast under oar, this type of vessel capsized easily
under too much sail. Single Planked.

Size: L: 620mm H:305mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:30
Order Code: KTMA770
GOLDEN STAR - English Brig
An English Brigantine, popular in the 17th. and 18th. centuries. A brig is a vessel with
two masts square rigged like a ships foremast and mainmast, but carrying also on her
mainmast a fore and aft gaff-and-boom mainsail. In wide use in the merchant marine
during the 17th and 18th centuries, the brig was introduced into English navel service
from the 1770s.
Size: L: 520mm H:395mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:150
Order Code: KTMA769
HM ENDEAVOUR - Bark 1768
When the Endeavour set sail from Plymouth - on 26 August 1768 under the command
of the famous captain James Cook, the expeditions ostensible purpose was to study
and observe the 1769 transit of Venus across the sun. However, a more pragmatic
reason was to be relayed to her captain by the Admiralty in additional instructions;
namely, to search out the southern Pacifc for signs of the postulated continent, Terra
Australis Incognita (Unknown southern land). Single Planked.
Size: L: 810mm H:655mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:60
Order Code: KTMA774
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GORCH FOCK - German Sail Training Ship
The Gorch Fock was built in Hamburg in 1933 as a training ship for the German
Navy, the steel-hulled Gorch Fock was 242 feet long, with a 39.35 foot beam. Her
three wood-and-steel masts were confgured for barque rig, and she was outftted
with an auxiliary diesel engine. At the end of World War II, she was awarded as
reparations to Russia. Based at Odessa on the Black Sea, she continues her career
of training naval cadets.
Size: L:980mm H:590mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:90
Order Code: KTMA754
KON TIKI - South American Raft
Intrigued by Polynesian folklore, biologist Thor Heyerdahl suspected that the South
Sea islands had been settled by an ancient race from South America. According to
legend, this migration was led by the mythical hero, Kon-Tiki. Heyerdahl decided to
prove his theory by duplicating the legendary voyage. He built a replica of an Indian
balsa wood raft and set sail from Peru on April 28, 1947 with fve other adventurers.
After three months on the open sea, encountering raging storms, whales and
sharks, they sighted land - the Polynesian island of Puka Puka.
Size: L:590mm H:420mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:18
Order Code: KTMA703
LA ROSE - French Fishing Schooner

Typical French fshing schooner used during the 1800s for catching cod in the rich
Iceland fshing banks. These little ships were fast and manoeuvrable.
Size: L: 640mm H: 510mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:47
Order Code: KTMA749
LYNX - Baltimore Schooner 1812
Asquare topsail American schooner, the Lynx was launched from the Baltimore dockyards in the
early 19th century. Her commission was dated less than a month after the declaration war, on July
14th 1812. Built by Thomas Kemp to attack enemy merchant ships, she carried six 12-pounders and
a crew of forty men. She took part in the Great Lakes Battle in 1812 and was captured by Sir John
Warrens squadron at Rappahnnock river on 13th. April 1813.
Size: L: 860mm H:590mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:62
Order Code: KTMA745
LE SUPERBE - 74 Gun French Fighting Ship
Built in 1708, the third rate French ship Le Superbe was 143 feet long with a beam
of over 40 feet. At 1,029 tons, Le Superbe carried adequate provisions to remain at
sea with a crew of more than 600 men for up to six months. King Charles was so
impressed by her majestic size and beautiful ornamentation that he ordered Dean
(Englands foremost naval architect) to copy her lines and design.

Size: L: 1100mm H:725mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:75
Order Code: KTMA798
HMS SHINE - English Cutter 1742
A lovely model of an English cutter built in 1742 at the Bermuda shipyards. A second mast was a
later addition to increase sail power to reduce sailing time to the East Indies.
Size: L: 670mm H:490mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:45
Order Code: KTMA777
MERCATOR - Belgium Sale Training Ship 1932
The barque Mercator lies at anchor in Ostend, Belgium. She was designed as a
training ship for the Belgian merchant feet. She was built in Scotland and launched
in 1932. She was also used, mainly before WW II, for scientifc observations, or as
ambassador for Belgium on world fairs and in sailing events. She is now a museum in
the marina of Ostend. Kit is single planked.
Size: L: 640mm H:385mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:120
Order Code: KTMA757
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MISSISSIPPI - River Steamboat
A typical American steamboat that operated from the 1870s to 1920s the shallow
draft of these fne boats allowed them to navigate all but the smallest of the main
rivers. Suitable for RC.
Size: L: 1050mm, H:400mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTMA734
HMS PEREGRINE GALLEY - Runner class 1700
This fast cruiser was used to connect England with the North American colonies and was
generally referred to as one of the runner class. She was built at the Deptford dockyard
on the river Thames in 1700.

Size: L: 925mm H:630mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:60
Order Code: KTMA786
HMS PRESIDENT - Light Frigate 1700
A fne model of a typical frigate built in England in the 1700s. These ships were
very fast and maneuverable and helped to give the English superiority of the seas
during these troubled times.

Size: L:520mm H:400mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:60
Order Code: KTMA792
HMS RACEHORSE - Bomb Vessel

A scale model reproduction of a ketch strengthened by the British for Arctic
exploration which also had the ability to withstand the pressures of large mounted
mortars and were referred to as Bomb vessels, the Racehorse together
with similar vessels was used during the wars with Russia. Nelson served as
midshipman on a similar ship to this model.
Size: L:590mm H:520mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:47
Order Code: KTMA793
ROYAL YACHT CAROLINE - Royal Yacht 1749
The Royal Caroline was built at Bedford shipyard in 1749 as yacht for the English Royal Family.
She served for many years, during which she sailed all around the world. She was fnally broken
up in 1820. This beautiful ship had a extremely competitive line for racing as well as a rich set of
ornamentation all around the hull. An exceptionally detailed and decorative model.
Size: L: 830mm H:610mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:62
Order Code: KTMA750
SANTA LUCIA - Sicilian Cargo Boat
This fne model of an unusual Sicilian light cargo boat servicing in the
Mediterranean ports with a variety of goods including the very popular local wines.
A large scale model giving great detail.

Size: L:700mm H:440mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:30
Order Code: KTMA744
HMS SHARKE - Sloop 1711
Built in 1711 at the Deptford dockyards on the River Thames, she was designed for stealth
and speed. Because of her shallow draught and minimal tonnage she could follow smuggler
almost anywhere even up shallow rivers and over dangerous shoals. With her armament of 8-12
cannons and 8-12 falconets she could easily take care of any smuggler who foolishly thought he
could evade the Sharke.
Size: L: 900mm H:580mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTMA777
THERMOPYLAE - Tea Clipper 1868
The Thermopylae was an extreme composite clipper ship built in 1868 by Walter Hood & Co of
Aberdeen. She was rigged with royal sails, single top-gallant and double top-sails. Thermopylae
was designed for the China tea trade, and set speed records on her maiden voyage to Melbourne
- 63 days, still the fastest trip under sail. In 1872 she raced the clipper Cutty Sark from Shanghai
back to London and won by seven days after Cutty Sark lost her rudder. In 1895 she was sold to
Portugal and used as a naval training ship. The Portuguese Navy torpedoed her at sea in 1906.
Size: L: 575mm H:375mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:124
Order Code: KTMA791
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TROTAMERES - Sailing Motor Yacht
Built in Spain in 1958, this old fshing boat the Trotamares had seen better and
more prosperous days. Then, with equal doses of love, patience and hard work,
its owners restored it as a luxury charter yacht. Today, Trotamares is a familiar
sight moored at the docks of Montecarlo or sailing the turquoise waters of the
French Riviera. Suitable for RC.
Size: L:800mm H:430mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:43
Order Code: KTMA753
TWEEN DECK SECTION - Gun Section 1800
This interesting and well detailed scale model is a section through a typical English
fghting ship of the early 1800s.

Size: L:250mm W:250mm H:170mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:23
Order Code: KTMA740
USS CONSTITUTION - American Frigate 1797
Launched on October 21, 1797, the USS Constitution has won every battle shes
ever fought - over 40 of them! She earned her nickname Old Ironsides after
a sailor saw a cannonball bounce off her hull. Resting in Boston Harbor, shes
the oldest commissioned US war-ship. USS Constitution went through several
restorations during her career. A major restoration between 1993 and 1997
prepared the frigate for her 200th anniversary. Single Planked.

Size: L:960mm H:670mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:98
Order Code: KTMA779
WHALEBOAT - Lancia Baleniera 1850

A scale replica of the type of whaling boat popular in the second half of the 19th
century. The large scale of the model allows for the fner detailing on the insides of
the boat to be shown.
Size: L:615mm H:390mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:16
Order Code: KTMA742
HMS VICTORY - Nelsons Flagship 1765 - Standard
HMS Victory stands today as the worlds oldest commissioned warship. The
Victory has seen over 220 years of almost continuous naval service. Best known
for her role in the Battle of Trafalgar on 21st October 1805 under the command
of Admiral Lord Nelson. Launched in 1765 at Chatham Dockyard, the Victory
was commissioned in 1778 and continued in active service for the next 32 years.
In 1812 the Victory was retired from frontline duty and anchored in Portsmouth
Harbour, on the south coast of England.
Size: L: 1300mm H:1000mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:78
Order Code: KTMA782
VICTORY LAUNCH - 34ft Lifeboat
The HMS Victory, is the name of Nelsons Flagship, on which he was killed at Trafalgar.
The battle of Trafalgar was one of the most famous battles in history, bitterly fought on
the 21st October 1805, between English and French-Spanish feets. Begun in 1759 and
launched in 1765, she was subjected to several rebuildings before arriving at Trafalgar.
Having returned rather badly mauled to the same dock at Chatham where she had
been constructed. The Victory once again took to the sea on 14th January 1922, to
Portsmouth where she is still visible in dock. This fnely detailed scale model of the
type of sloop that was carried aboard Admiral Lord Nelsons fagship Victory. Excellent
detail in this model.
Size: L: 620mm H:150mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:16
Order Code: KTMA751
HMS VICTORY BOW SECTION - Deluxe
The bow section is of Nelsons famous fagship at the battle of Trafalgar. All decks
are fully ftted to accurately replicate the construction and type of equipment in use
at the time. Has copper plates for the hull.
Size: L: 320mm H:445mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:16
Order Code: KTMA748
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AMERIGO VESPUCCI - Italian Training Ship - Deluxe
Amerigo Vespucci a 3 mast fully rigged sailing ship is an exact scale model of the
famous school ship of the Italy. She was launched in 1931 at the Navy`s ship yards
of Castellammare di Staia Naples, and carried out many voyages before World War
II. The period of the war was the only time the ship has not been active. The elegant,
three-masted full rigger serves as the training vessel of the Italian Naval Academy.
This is a larger scale model, with much more detail with brass and gilded fttings and
greater detail due to her larger scale.
Size: L:1250mm H:740mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:84
Order Code: KTMA741
CUTTY SARK - Tea Clipper 1869
Built in 1869 at Dumbarton in Scotland, by the frm of Scott & Linton, for Captain
John Jock White Hat Willis, and launched November 23 of that year. The Cutty
Sark was destined for the China tea trade, at that time an intensely competitive race
across the globe from China to London, with immense profts to the ship to arrive
with the frst tea of the year. In the most famous race, against Thermopylae in 1872,
both ships left Shanghai together on June 18, but two weeks later Cutty Sark lost
her rudder after passing through the Sunda Strait, and arrived in London on October
18, a week after Thermopylae, for a total passage of 122 days. Her legendary
reputation is supported by the fact that her captain chose to continue this race with an
improvised rudder instead of putting into port for a replacement, yet was only beaten
by one week. The Cutty Sark was then used in the Australian wool trade. Under the
command of the respected Captain Richard Woodget, she did very well, posting
Australia-to-England times of as little as 67 days. She was said to have been the
fastest of any ship of her size. She is now in dry-dock at Greenwich.
Size: L:1150mm H:600mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:78
Order Code: KTMA789
SAN FELIPE - Spanish 104 Gun Man of War
The San Felipe, launched in 1690, was one of the most beautiful Spanish galleons
of the XVII century. She was a lead ship of the famous Spanish Armada. The San
Felipe displaced more than 1000 tons and was armed with 104 guns, enabling her
to take on the most formidable ships in the French and British navies. The San
Felipes role in the war against the British and French was to help protect Spanish
settlements and harbors, to transport treasures, and to safeguard the long and
hazardous passage back to Spanish ports. In 1705, she participated in a furious
and heroic battle between 12 Spanish ships and 35 British ships. After 24 hours of
battle, she was captured by an English ship, but was so badly damaged that she
could not be salvaged as a prize. She went down to the bottom of the ocean with
several tons of gold.
Size: L: 960mm H:860mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:75
Order Code: KTMA747
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SOLEIL ROYALE - 104 Gun Ship of the Line
The Soleil Royale (Royal Sun) was a French 104-gun ship of the line, fagship of
Admiral Tourville. She was built in Brest between 1669 and 1671 by engineer Laurent
Hubac, and commissioned as the fagship of the escadre du Po-nant (squadron of
the Ponant). She was said to be a very good sailing ship and her decorations were
amongst the most beautiful and elaborate of all baroque fagships. The emblem of the
sun had been chosen by Louis XIV as his personal symbol.
The battle of Barfeur began on 19th May 1692 and lasted for almost two days.
Having been badly damaged she disengaged together with three others and was
systematically destroyed by cannon shot and fre by the Anglo/Dutch feet. It was
reported that her destroyers were ashamed to be a part of her destruction.
Size: L: 1030mm H:965mm
Grade: SL5
Scale: 1:77
Order Code: KTMA796
SOVEREIGN OF SEAS - 100 Gun First Rate Ship of the Line
A17th century British Royal Navy frst rate ship of the line of 100 guns. Launched at
Woolwich dockyard on October 13, 1637. She was the most extravagantly decorated
warship in the Royal Navy, completely adorned from stern to bow with gilded carvings
against a black background. At the time she was the most powerfully armed ship in the
world. Until 1655 she was also exceptionally large for an English vessel.
Sovereign became leaky and defective with age during the reign of William III, and was
laid up at Chatham, ignominiously ending her days by being burnt to the water line as a
result of having been set on fre either by accident, negligence or design.
Size: L: 1100mm H: 990mm
Grade: SL5
Scale: 1:78
Order Code: KTMA787
HMS VICTORY - Nelsons Flag-ship 1765 - Deluxe
HMS Victory stands today as the worlds oldest commissioned warship. The
Victory has seen over 220 years of almost continuous naval service. Best known
for her role in the Battle of Trafalgar on 21st October 1805 under the command
of Admiral Lord Nelson.
Launched in 1765 at Chatham Dockyard, the Victory was commissioned in 1778
and continued in active service for the next 32 years. In 1812 the Victory was
retired from frontline duty and anchored in Portsmouth Harbour, on the south
coast of England.
This model differs from the Standard version in that it includes the Ships boat set
and the copper hull plating.
Size: L:1300mm H:1000mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:78
Order Code: KTMA738
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ALBATROS - Schooner
Schooners were ships used for different purposes, including coastguard work and the
control of smuggling along the coast, as well as carrying out the functions of a small
warship. Includes wooden display cradle and a metal nameplate.
Size: L: 570mm H: 410mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:100
Order Code: KTOC12500
APOSTOL FELIPE - Spanish Galleon
The Apostol Felipe was one of the six galleons built by Martin de Arana for King Felipe IV.
It formed part of the Silver Galleons. This kind of galleon was used for transporting goods
and treasures in the Race for the Indies. Its frst voyage as a member of the galleon
feet was made in 1629, transporting treasures to Spain. It was an Admiral vessel of the
Guardian Armada until 1633. It took part in the war of Brazil to recuperate Pernambuco and
transported troops and money to Flanders, taking part in the battle of Dunas.
Size: L: 785mm H: 695mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:60
Order code: KTOC14000
AURORA - Spanish Brig
The 19th and early 20th centuries saw the greatest fow of navel transport between Spain
and her overseas colonies, thanks to the commercial agreements that had been established
with them. The Aurora is a good example of a brig. This kind of vessel was widely used for
travel to the Americas as her rigging provided the best results in conditions of constant wind.
Size: L: 682mm H: 483mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:65
Order code: KTOC13001
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OCCRE kits use high quality materials, made with precision and a great degree of detail. To ensure easy, enjoyable kit assembly,
all kits are accompanied by detailed instructions, subdivided into assembly stages with full colour photographs. All kits include
wooden parts and double planking to make the perfect hull.
CAZADOR - Spanish Xebec
These picturesque and beautiful ships resembled the galleys in terms of their
raised quarter-decks, although they were much easier to work, a much appreciated
characteristic in the naval battles of the period, where they were involved in
numerous daring actions. The xebecs played a decisive role as auxiliaries to feets
on missions of exploration, discovery, lookout and mail; specifcally during the
Algerian landings and the second siege of Gibraltar.
Size: L: 860mm H: 630mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:60
Order code: KTOC14002
CALA ESMERALDA - Topsail Schooner 1916
The topsail schooner Cala Esmeralda was built in Majorca between 1916 and 1919.
With an American style in terms of her fgure and a most elegant line of sail. This
schooner was one of the largest and most beautiful to be rigged in Majorca. After
1934 engines were incorporated into this type of schooner and they were used for the
coastal trade up until the mid seventies.
Size: L: 760mm H:575mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:58
Order Code: KTOC13002
CORSAIR - Brig
Originally a merchant brigantine it was transformed when it got into the hands of the
corsairs, and ftted out with 16 cannons and 4 falconets, which all helped them to carry out
their misdeeds with better chances of success. The corsairs trade was in many cases
practiced with the permission of the state, giving them carte blanche for piracy.
Size: L: 750mm H:580mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:80
Order Code: KTOC13600
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DOS AMIGOS - Brigantine Schooner 1830
She was a slaver, one of the famous early 19th century Baltimore clippers. She was low-slung and
fast, double-masted, small and agile, painted black to make it easier to hide herself off theAfrican
coast after slaving had been abolished. Her hull was modifed, with space belowdecks to bring the
slaves fromAfrica to Cuba for the sugar plantations. Her last voyage as a slaver was in 1830, sailing
out of the port of Havana on 13th July, with a crewof 34 and armed with a single carronade, 16
rifes and 15 pistols. She was captured by the British brig HMSBlack Joke, with 567African captives
aboard. She was then put up for auction and purchased by the Commodore of the BritishAnti-Slavery
Squadron, Jonathan Hayes, who converted into an interception ship and named her Fair Rosamond.
She patrolled the seas around Cuba until she was withdrawn fromservice in 1843.
Size: L: 905mm H: 675mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:53
Order Code: KTOC13003
GORCH FOCK - German Sail Training Ship
The present day Gorch Fock is the cadet training ship of the German Navy.
She was built at the Blohm and Voss shipyard in Hamburg, based on the plans for the previous
version, built in 1933. She was launched on 23rd August 1958 and is based at the port of the city
of Kiel.
She regularly participates in events organised by the Sail Training Association.
Size: L: 950mm H: 566mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:95
Order code: KTOC15003
DIANA - Frigate 1792
The frigate Diana was launched on the 10th of March 1792. It formed part of the series of
frigates known as Mahonesas, as they had been built in the city of Mahn. Thanks to its
design, it could sail faster than its predecessors. It took part in the war against France along the
Catalan coast although, during the war of Independence, its base was in Cadiz. As a member
of the naval forces of Havana, it took part in battles against the corsairs in the Antilles and made
various trips across the Atlantic. It was broken up in 1833 in the naval shipyard of Cartagena.
Size: L: 850mm H: 635mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:85
Order Code: KTOC14001
LA CANDELARIA - Bomb Vessel
The Candelaria is a Mediterranean bomb vessel, the size of a brig but broader and with
two masts: the main mast is positioned almost in the centre with a round rig and the small
mizzen mast has a gaffsail. Between the main mast and the forecastle are the mortars.
The Candelaria was designed and built to work as a foating battery when blockading
ports or during sieges of sea forts.
Size: L: 695mm H: 525mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:85
Order Code: KTOC13000
MISSISSIPPI - Paddle Steamer
These legendary riverboats sailed the Mississippi throughout the 19th century, following a route
that passed through the most emblematic cities along the rivers banks, from its origins in Lake
Itasca, Minnesota, to the mouth of the river, down in New Orleans. The main characteristic
of these delightful wooden boats were the great, steam engine powered paddle-wheels. The
shallow draft of these fne boats allowed them to navigate all but the smallest of the main rivers.
Size: L: 740mm H: 325mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:80
Order code: KTOC14003
MONTANES - 74 Gun Ship of the Line 1794
The Montas represents the maximum level of perfection achieved by Spanish naval
architecture, when Spanish ships-of-the-line were a match for those of any navy in the world.
The fgurehead of this ship is not the royal lion but a montaes (highlander), in gratitude for the
fnancial contribution towards her construction made by the people of the mountains. She was
launched in Ferrol on 14th May 1794. It is said that she was an extraordinary vessel, whether
sailing close to the wind, running free or with a following wind, and that, more than any other
ship, she kept her batteries out of the water. She was engaged in a number of battles, including
Trafalgar, where she mounted 76 guns and 4 carronades with mortars, located on her quarter
deck. On 6th March 1810, in a violent storm, she sank off the Bay of Cadiz. Includes nine plan
drawings and clearly written instructions, accompanied by corresponding colour photos.
Size: L: 1250mm H: 895mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:70
Order Code: KTOC15000
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PALAMOS - Fishing Boat
The Palams is a boat engaged in inshore fshing, with a multipurpose hull with
characteristics that adapt perfectly to the outline and conditions of the Mediterranean coast.
It is a type of vessel common to the coasts of Spain. A traditional, hand-built vessel, of the
kind regularly turned out by any one of the many boatyards that line the Spanish coast.
Size: L: 410mm H: 275mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:45
Order Code: KTOC12000
SAN JUAN - Felucca
Following the War of Independence, after Spain had lost her American colonies,
merchant marine ships all but disappeared from the peninsula, leaving only small coastal
sailing boats behind to re-establish the routes to the Antilles. Through the Royal Decree
issued by Charles III, trade was re-opened with those colonies that remained faithful and
it was the felucca, San Juan (El Glorioso), that made the frst voyage.
Size: L: 685mm H:490mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:70
Order Code: KTOC12001
SAN MARCOS - Portugese Galleon
This galleon is a direct descendant of the caracks, large, distinguished galleons,
originally Mediterranean based but later sailing the Atlantic. The name galleon was frst
given to a type of ship from Liguria, built at the start of the 16th century. Initially designed
as merchantmen they were heavily armed, for defence against pirates and other enemies,
but ended up, after 1570, becoming men of war. Although the galleons reached their
greatest splendour when they plied the Atlantic, the height of their development, they
were the result of accumulated experiences on the European Atlantic front and their
experiences as merchantmen in the Mediterranean.
In 1588, King Philip II of Spain put the Duke of Sidonia in charge of the Spanish Armada.
With the goal of invading England, 131 ships and 17,000 men set out for Dunkirk, where
they were to join forces with the Duke of Parma and pick up another 16,000 men. One
of the most important ships of the feet was the San Marcos, a Portugese galleon of 790
tons. She carried 33 guns, 292 soldiers and 117 sailors. Heavily damaged during the
battle and punished by high winds, San Marcos broke up on the reef
between Mutton Island and Lurga just off Irelands west coast.
Size: L: 810mm H: 650mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:50
Order code: KTOC14004
SAN MARTIN - Galleon
The galleon named San Martin was built in Portugal and became Spanish property in
1580. It was the fagship of the Spanish Armada. On 22nd March 1588, Alonso Perez
de Guzman, the duke of Medina-Sidonia, admiral of the Spanish armada, unfurled his
ensign on the galleons mainmast. This was one of the few ships that managed to escape
the storms and the English feets guns.
Size: L: 660mm H: 550mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:90
Order code: KTOC13601
SANTISIMA TRINIDAD - 1st Rate Ship of the Line
Built in Havana in 1769, Santisima Trinidad carried 120 guns on three decks. Badly
damaged in the battle of Cape St. Vincent in 1799, she was rebuilt with the addition of a
fourth deck and the number of cannon increased to 136, making her the largest ship of
her time. In 1805, she sailed into the Battle of Trafalgar with a crew of 1,048 men and her
immense 4-decked sides showing the barrels of her formidable guns. The British disabled
and captured her during the battle. She sank in a storm the following day, ending her 35-
year service to the Spanish Navy.
Size: L: 1060mm H: 876mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:90
Order code: KTOC15800
SANTISIMA TRINIDAD - Cross Section
Now, you can get a close-up view of the interior workings of the Santisima Trinidad,
Spains largest battleship at the time of the Battle of Trafalgar. In many ways more
interesting than the full hulled model, the cross section takes less time to build and less
space to display.
Built in Havana in 1769, Santisima Trinidad carried 120 guns on three decks. Badly
damaged in the battle of Cape St. Vincent in 1799, she was rebuilt with the addition of
a fourth deck and the number of cannon increased to 136, making her the largest ship
of her time. In 1805, she sailed into the Battle of Trafalgar with a crew of 1,048 men and
her immense 4-decked sides showing the barrels of her formidable guns. The British
disabled and captured her during the battle. She sank in a storm the following day,
ending her 35-year service to the Spanish Navy.
Size: L: 90mm H: 876mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:90
Order code: KTOC16800
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LE BELEM - French Training Ship 1896
The three-masted Bark Belem, the last survivor of the great French feet of full-rigged ships.
Launched on 10 June 1896, from the shipyard of Chantiers Adolphe Dubigeon in Nantes,
France. She was originally a cargo ship, transporting sugar from the West Indies, cocoa, and
coffee from Brazil and French Guiana to Nantes, France.
Size: L: 800mm L:520mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:75
Order Code: KTSCBLM300
LA RECOUVRANCE - French Frigate 1817
La Recouvrance is a magnifcent trisail frigate built on the plans of the Iris (1817) by
the naval architect Hubert. After plying against the slave trade from Senegal, she
cruised to Antilles and Brazil. Originally ftted out to a remarkable level at Rochefort
in 1829, she ended her career in 1844 at Toulon.
Size: L: 800mm H:580mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTSCGR1600
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SOCLAINE (Maquettes Gamme Soclaine) has been manufacturing wooden period model ship kits since 1980. In that period they
have become the leading French manufacturer in the area. The Soclaine range of model ship kits features: All wood construction,
pre-cut frames, woods specially chosen for each type of model. Fittings in cast metal, brass and wood, linen cording, silk-screened
sails. Detailed plans to scale with diagrams for each stage of assembly.
LE RENARD - French Corsair Cutter 1812
Experienced and adventurous sailor Robert Surcouf commissioned Le Renard
in 1812. It is a 70 ton cutter, armed with 10 carronades and 4 guns. The crew
consisted of 46 men. On the 9th of September 1813, Le Renard victoriously led the
last corsair combat. The ship was put to chase by the English ship Alphea, better
armed with 16 guns and a frst rate crew of 80 offcers and men. The ensuing action
included a nigh engagement.
Size: L:620mm H:550mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTSCRS1030
LE TONNANT - French Privateer 1793
In the last quarter of the 18th century, privateers were generally small fast merchant
vessels. Carrying a large area of sail and highly armed with small calibre guns,
unlike pirate ships, these vessels few their national fag.
Size: L: 850mm H:580mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTSCLT1200
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SINAGOT Oyster Lugger 1943
The French name for this type of boat is sinagot, which literally means
inhabitant of Sene, a small village on the Morbihan Gulf in south-west
Brittany. Earlier this century, approximately 300 of these small family
dayboats fshed for oysters in this inland sea, famous for its unique tidal
regime, out into Quiberon Bay. Some remained in service up until the
1960s. On traditional holidays, the sinagots pitted themselves in hard-
fought regattas.
Size: L:550mm H:610mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:20
Order Code: KTSCVA1040
ST GILLES - French Mediterranean Coaster 1877
St Gilles was designed to be suitable for navigation in shallow water as they are fat
bottom ships. Many prints of that time bear witness to their importance regarding both
their utility and number. Also, their fat bottom enabled them to extend their navigation
along the Mediterranean coastline both for coastal traffc and for the lading of sea-going
ships, thus providing the transport of Rhone timber, Arles quarry stones and cattle fodder.
Size: L:690mm H:690mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTSCSA1015
MARIE ADELAIDE - Herring Boat 1877

The herring boats operated towards the end of the 19th century and had remarkable
sea-keeping properties. Marie Adelaide is a fne example of this class of craft. When
fshing for herring, the boat drifted with it nets secured forward. Nets were hauled
over rollers, using a ten-bar capstan. The knock-down catch boxes on the deck were
designed to receive the herring as fshing progressed, before the catch was prepared
and sent below.
Size: L:850mm H:560mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:55
Order Code: KTSCHF1400
LE PETREL - Cancale Fishing Smack 1908
These smacks trawled off Saint-Brieuc, Saint-Malo, Granville, and Cancale and
were unique to the English Channel. Once the sails were raised, only 2 or 3
men were needed to manoeuvre the boat. Once a year, forming what was called
the caravan, the smacks went out to dredge for oysters on the Grand Banks
off Cancale and Granville. The last of the Cancale smacks disappeared off the
French Atlantic coast around 1950.
Size: L: 650mm H:570mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTSCP1010
YANN ET GAEL - Lobster Boat 1927
It was in 1877 that a Breton fsherman from Camaret, bought a 62 ton herring lugger
and had it ftted with a holding tank for live lobsters in the local shipyard. His plan
was to fsh for rock lobsters off the coast of Galicia, where they were abundant, and
not exploited by the local fsherman. The Breton fsherman extended their lobster
fshing to the coasts of Portugal, Spain and later Morocco and even Mauritania, which,
being faraway and at the same time exotic earned them the nickname Mauritania
lobstermen.
Size: L: 350mm H:360mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTSCYG1000
ST GILDAS - Groix Tuna Boat 1908
The Saint Gildas is the Dundee De Groix type boat manned for tuna fshing. In 1892,
a shipowner from the Sables dOlonne modifed the classical form of fshing vessel by
taking inspiration from lines of racing yachts. From this was born the Saint Gildas. A 60
ton boat, with ample sail, 10 to 12 man crew, it fshes tuna on the line with long poles or
tangons rigged with 7 lines linked together to make it possible to lift together without
moving the spars lowered on each side in the fshing position.
Size: L: 560mm H:490mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:50
Order Code: KTSCSG1020
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1.10 VICTORY MODELS
1.10 VICTORY MODELS
VICTORY MODELS are series of exact scale plank on frame range of models from Amati. The models make extensive use of laser
cutting for all the wood sheets. The fttings, photo-etched brass, cast metal decorations and timbers are only the best available.
The comprehensive plans and highly detail English instructions will assist you throughout the whole construction process. Victory
Models are at the forefront of innovate kit manufacturing producing some of the highest quality kits available.
LADY NELSON - 18th Century Cutter
The cutter is a native British design and was developed originally by the smugglers
of Folkestone and surrounding areas. I did not take long for the Navy to appreciate
the merits of the cutters design and were employed in the Navy from the middle
of the eighteenth century to counter the smugglers. The cutter was designed for
speed, adopting an unusually large spread of sail for the size of vessel, deploying
both fore and aft and square sails on a single mast. Cutters excelled at patrol
and despatch duties due to their speed; however they were not suitable for close
inshore work due to their deep draught.
Size: L:550mm H:500mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:64
Order Code: KTAM1300/01
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HOW TO BUILD THE LADY NELSON. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE
THE TRAINING MATERIALS SECTION OF THIS CATALOGUE.
HM BOMB VESSEL GRANADO - 1742
The Bomb Vessel Granado was ordered on 14th september 1741 and the contract
was given to the Ipswich shipbuilder John Barnard. launched on 22nd June 1742.
her construction work was overseen by the great Navel surveyor and architect
Thomas slade who later designed Nelsons Victory. Granados lines (and very
uncommon carving work for such a vessel) suggest she was originally intended as
a sloop. For the frst 14 years of her operational career, Granado was indeed ftted
out as a sloop, not a bomb vessel.
From 1745 to 1748 Granado was mainly employed off the East coast of England
intercepting smugglers and privateers. With the impending arrival of The Seven
Years War the Granado was recommissioned on 26th April 1756. It wasnt until
July 1756 that Granado was converted to her original role of bomb vessel, where
she was reftted at Woolwich for Channel service. she was ftted with two 13 inch
mortars, 4pounder carriage guns and anti personnel swivel guns.
Size: L: 800mm L:600mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:64
Order Code: KTAM1300/02
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1.10 VICTORY MODELS
HMS PEGASUS- Swan Class 1776
h.M.s. Pegasus was the sixth vessel built of the swan Class of ship rigged sloop,
of which twenty fve 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 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 original plans of the Pegasus still exist, and it is with these
plans the kit is based upon. The instruction booklet is very detailed, taking you
through every step of construction.
Size: L: 800mm H:600mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:64
Order Code: KTAM1300/05
MERCURY - Russian Brig 1820
The Russian 20 gun brig Mercury was laid down in sevastopol on January 28, 1819.
She was designed as a patrol ship to guard the Northern Caucasus coast. Built
of Crimean oak, with a shallow draught and equipped with oars, the Mercury was
launched on 7 May 1820 and broken up on November 9, 1857.
The Mercury fought in many important naval battles during her career; the most
notable being a battle between the Mercury (commanded by lieutenant a. Kazarsky)
and two other brigs against a whole feet of fourteen Turkish ships, who were
returning from the shores of anatolia. The Turkish feet were in no doubt who would
be the victors in this mismatched battle, but they did not take into account the sheer
heroism and determination of the smaller Russian feet, The Mercury was able to
escape after a fnal and very powerful assault by the three brigs, ending the confict.
Mercury is one of the most famous vessels of the Russian Navy.
The Mercury has 17 large plan sheets and over 40 page of construction booklet.
Size: L:860mm H:655mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:64
Order Code: KTAM1300/07
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1.10 VICTORY MODELS
HMS VANGUARD - ship of The line 1798

This 74 gun Ship Of The Line was Nelsons Flagship at the famous Battle Of The Nile
on 1st/2nd august 1798. Nelsons 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 has been designed and researched using the latest
information and technologies available, making the kit very easy to build with no
sacrifce to even the fnest detail. Comes with easy to follow step by step instructions
and drawings. The materials included in the kit are only the very best available.
Size: l: 1170mm h: 900mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:72
Order Code: KTAM1300/04
HMS FLY - Swan Class 1776
The h.M.s. Fly was the ffth of the swan Class of ship rigged sloop, of 25 vessels
built from 1766 to 1780. Fly, as with the entire swan class was de-signed 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 January 1776 and launched
on 14th september 1776. h.M.s. Fly was commissioned mainly for convoy escort
duty and dispatch duty. she did capture a French privateer, le Gleneur, off Portland
after a long chase. In 1800 she captured another French privateer, the Cutter
Trompeur off la hague. Fly continued convoy duties until she foundered and was
lost off Newfound-land during 1802.
The swan class were unusually attractive for the class of vessel, with not only very
sleek hull lines but also the unusual amount of decorations for the size of vessel.
The original plans of the Fly still exist, and on these plans the kit is drawn.
The rich ornamentation of the original vessel is accurately reproduced. Clearly
written instructions plus 12 sheets of detailed plans (3 of them dedicated to rigging)
pave the way to a beautiful model with exceptional detail.
The hMs Fly kit includes: Double plank on frame construction uses high quality
structural parts. a comprehensive fttings package includes dowels for masts,
boom and bowsprit. The rich ornamentation of the original vessel is accurately
reproduced. Youll fnd cast metal fgurehead, stern ornamentation, quarter badge
decorations and photo-etched brass for hull and stern decorations and more.
Size: L: 800mm H: 630mm
Grade: SL4
Scale: 1:64
Order Code: KTAM1300/03
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1.11 SHIPS IN BOTTLES
DUTCH GOLDEN YACHT 1660 - SHIP IN A BOTTLE

In 1660 the City of Amsterdam gave a highly decorated yacht like this to Charles II,
King of England. The King was so fascinated by this present that he enjoyed calling
special races for this kind of boats, which were then called yachting.
This wonderful kit contains everything you need to build the ship in a bottle you have
always dreamed of. Pre-cut wooden parts, brass photo etched decks, keel and
decorated bulwarks. Abeautiful glass bottle is included in each kit.
Size: L:110mm H: 90mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:300
Order Code: KTAM1350
1.11 SHIPS IN BOTTLES
These wonderful kits contains everything you need to build the ship in a bottle you have always dreamed of. Pre-cut wooden parts,
detailed fttings and a beautiful glass bottle is included in each kit.
HANNAH - US Schooner 1775
During the American Revolution the British Royal Navy blocked all ports to stop all possible vessels bringing
supplies to the Continental Army. General G.Washington decided to prepare what later become U.S Navy, in order
to overcome these blockades. The frst ship of his Navy was the Hannah, a fshing schooner of 78 tons launched in
1760. Armed with 4 lbs cannons, was given to Captain Nicholas Broughton, who immediately took command of it.
She continued to fght tenaciously for freedom until the end of the war. A beautiful glass bottle is included in each kit.
Size: L:108mm H:90mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:300
Order Code: KTAM1351
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1.12 YACHTS
1.12 YACHTS
If you are interested in building a model yacht make sure to have a look at our great range of kits. We offer yachts to build that have
featured at the Olympic games, sailed in Americas Cup and more. All yachts offer an elegant reminder of yesteryear.
5,5 YACHT - International Class
The 5.5 m S.I. (International Class) is one of the most common fxed keel regatta
yachts included in the formula International Classes. The 5.5 m yacht was added to
the existing 6,8 and 12 m yachts in 1949 when a special 5,5 m class was established.
Size: L:390mm H: 500mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:25
Manufacture: Corel
Order Code: KTCOSM053
BRITTANIA - Racing Yacht 1893
Afne scale model of the famous royal yacht sailed by the Prince of Wales. Agaff-rigged
cutter built in 1893 for Commodore Albert Edward, Prince of Wales. It served him and his
son, King George V, a long racing career. King George Vs dying wish was for his beloved
yacht to follow him to the grave. On 10 July 1936, after the Britannia had been stripped
of her spars and fttings, her hull was towed out to St Catherines Deep near the Isle of
Wight, and she was sunk.
Size: L: 830mm H: 750mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:60
Manufacture: Mantua
Order Code: KTMA733
BRITANNIA - Racing Yacht 1893
The yacht Britannia was built at the request of Edward VII, Prince of Wales.
Designed by G.L. Watson, Britannia was the most imposing and important racing
yacht of her day. While her lines and construction followed the conventions of the
time, her modern rigging and huge sail area refected new scientifc innovations.
Size: L: 760mm H: 960mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:64
Manufacture: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMV44
CONSTELLATION - Americas Cup Defender 1964
Constellation had a wooden hull and an overall windage of 1960 square metres. R.N Bavier, the
skipper, lead to victory Constellation winning over Sovereign, the British contender. Kit includes
preformed resin hull.
Size: L: 600mm H:850mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:35
Manufacture: Amati
Order Code: KTAM1700/80

DRAGON CLASS YACHT - International Class
The Dragon is perhaps the most famous fxed keel monotype yacht in the interna-
tional classes. Monotypes are regatta boats subject to strict rule which establish
the shape, weight, dimensions, construction details and sail area. The Dragon
was designed by Norwegian Johan Anker in 1929. In 1948 the Dragon became an
Olympic Class, a status it retained until the Munich Olympics in 1972.

Size: L:770mm H:615mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:25
Manufacture: Corel
Order Code: KTCOSM051
ENDEAVOUR - Americas Cup Challanger 1934
The Schooner Endeavour staked a claim on the Americas Cup, winning the frst two races.
The third regatta was bound to be the most exciting. Fate played an unkind trick to Sir Thomas
Sopwith, who failed and thus couldnt win the America s Cup. This is the Americas Cup
Collection- wooden model. Includes a range of tools.
Size: L:480mm H:700mm
Grade:SL2
Scale: 1:80
Manufacture: Amati
Order Code: KTAM1700/10
ENDEAVOUR - J Class Americas Cup 1934 - 1:80
In 1934 the schooner Endeavour staked a claim on the Americas Cup, winning the
frst two races. The third regatta was bound to be the most exciting. Unfortunately
fate played an unkind trick to Sir Thomas Sopwith, who failed and thus couldnt win
the Americas Cup. This kit includes pre-built resin hull.
Size: L:480mm H:700mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:80
Manufacture: Amati
Order Code: KTAM1700/50
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1.12 YACHTS
ENTERPRISE - J Class Americas Cup 1930
Harold S. Vanderbilt, head of the New York Yacht Club Syndicate, asked to Starling
Burgess to design his defender. Burgess designed Enterprise, a technologically
sophisticated yacht. One of the Burgess innovations was the rig of Enterprise and a
very large boom, called Park Avenue, that allowed a curve to be put into the foot of
the mainsail. Kit includes preformed resin hull.
Size: L:460mm H: 650mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:80
Manufacture: Amati
Order Code: KTAM1700/52
JENNY - Star Class Yacht 1911
The Star was created in 1911 from lines drawn by William Gardner. Among
monotype ships this one had appropriate measurements and ideal proportions.
The most famous helmsmen took a liking to the yacht and thus made it popular all
over the world. Over 9000 of these craft have been built in the past 90 years. It is
still an Olympic class. Every sea and lake port vaunts the mooring of a Star, with its
unmistakable lengthening line became at last familiar.
Size: L:570mm H:930mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:12
Manufacture: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMV54
RAINBOW - J Class Americas Cup 1934

The Rainbow was designed by Starling Burgess, in order to defend the colours
of the United States of America. The pilot was Mr.Harols S. Vanderbilt, who
expressly wanted this yacht to challenge the strong con-tender Endeavour. Kit
features plank on frame construction, laser cut keel frames and deck, double
planking, metal and wood fttings, cloth sails and brass photo-etched parts.
Includes a range of tools.
Size: L:480mm H:700mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:80
Manufacture: Amati
Order Code: KTAM1700/11
RAINBOW - J Class Americas Cup 1934
The Rainbow was designed by Starling Burgess, in order to defend the colours of the
United States. The pilot was Mr. Harlos S.Vanderbilt, who expressly wanted this yacht
to challenge the strong contender Endeavour. Kit includes resin hull, wooden deck,
metal fttings and cloth sails.
Size: L:480mm H:700mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:80
Manufacture: Amati
Order Code: KTAM1700/51
RANGER - J Class Americas Cup 1937
This extraordinary Americas Cup Defender won 32 races out of 34, gaining respect and
admiration of all its opponents. The Ranger had been conceived as a unique regatta
machine and its hull could part the ocean at an incredible speed. Kit includes resin hull,
wooden deck and planking, metal and resin fttings and cloth sails.
Size: L:470mm H:610mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:80
Manufacture: Amati
Order Code: KTAM1700/54
SHAMROCK - J Class Americas Cup 1930
Sir Thomas Lipton launched his ffth 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 prebuilt resin hull.
Size: L:445mm H:625mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:80
Manufacture: Amati
Order Code: KTAM1700/53
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1.12 YACHTS
COLUMBIA - Americas Cup Defender 1958
Columbia was built in the Nevins Yacht Yard under the supervision of Olin Stephens.
This 12 metre yacht had a wooden hull and could sail at very high speed. The
skipper Briggs Cunning-ham inevitably took Columbia to the victory, winning over all
contenders. Kit includes preformed resin hull.
Size: L:580mm H:810mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:35
Manufacture: Amati
Order Code: KTAM1700/81
CORSARO II - High Sea Regatta Yacht 1961
This is the famous regatta sea-faring yacht of R.O.R.C 1st class type, designed by
the Americans Stephens and Sperkman and built in 1960 by the Costaguta yard in
Genoa Voltri. The living quarters can house 15 persons. In January 1961, Corsaro
was included in the framework of the Italian Military marine Navy as a training yacht,
for teaching the newly enrolled offcers at the naval Academy with regard to lengthy
navigation in all weather and sea conditions. Ploughing the waves of the Atlantic
and Pacifc Ocean, in particular, the boat has participated in numerous cruises and
international regattas. Ahighly detailed model.
Size: L:810mm H:940mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:24
Manufacture: Corel
Order Code: KTCOSM026
DORADE - Fastnet Yacht 1931
Dorade is considered the very frst modern yacht. In 1932 it won the Bermuda regatta
and in 1933 it defeated all participants in the Fastnet. At that time the Times entitled
it as the smallest amazing yacht of the Ocean regatta ever built This kit includes
preformed ABS hull, wooden inside structure. Suitable for RC.
Size: L:860mm H:1050mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:20
Manufacture: Amati
Order Code: KTAM1605
ENDEAVOUR - J Class Americas Cup 1934 - 1:35
The Schooner Endeavour staked a claim on the Americas Cup, winning the frst
two races. The third regatta was bound to be the most exciting. Fate played an
unkind trick to Sir Thomas Sopwith, who failed and thus couldnt win the Americas
Cup. Kit includes plank-on-bulkhead construction; laser cutted wooden deck and
planking; brass and wooden fttings; photo etched brass details; cloth sails; plans
and detailed instructions.
Size: L:1150mm H:1500mm
Grade: SL3
Scale: 1:35
Manufacture: Amati
Order Code: KTAM1700/82
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1.13 CANNONS AND CATAPULTS
1.13 CANNONS AND CATAPULTS
This range of period cannon and weapon kits all feature quality wood, cast brass barrels complete with brass, metal and wood
fttings. The wood detailing is all laser cut to ensure accuracy of assembly and the plans provided are clear and detailed. These
make for excellent display pieces
AMERICAN COASTAL CANNON
This small cannon was infuential in the defence of the eastern coast of the USA for
more then thirty years. Easy to handle, this cannon was ideal for gunnery training and
could fre a high volume of explosive balls.
Size: W:100mm x 150mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:17
Order Code:KTMA806
BYZANTINE CATAPULT
This model is built from an original Byzantine 10th Century drawing. Strongholds shot
arrows with acceptable precision and excellent effciency.
Size: W:150mm x 260mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:17
Order Code: KTMA814
ENGLISH CARRONADE
This English Carronade was built in Caron town Scotland, from which is taken the
name. It was the frst barrel cast in a pig foundry, really squat & with a short range,
but terribly effective during naval battles at short distance.
Size: W: 215mm x 215mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:17
Order Code: KTMA801
FALCONET
This Falconet was designed by Leonardo Da Vinci. Amodern chassis with re-designed sighting
allowing for easy training & particularly with rear loading makes this an excellent weapon.
Size: W:110mm x 210mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:17
Order Code: KTMA803

FRENCH NAVAL CANNON
The front loading powder is the classic cannon of the frst and second range
vessels; it was shipped on the French vessel Le Phenix.

Size: W:215mm x 215mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:17
Order Code: KTMA807
FRENCH CARRONADE
This Carronade was built by the French following the style of the English. The screwed site, stronger
breech & gun carriage running track, made the French Carronade more effcient. The gun was placed on
frst and second rate vessels like the Toulonnaise.
Size: W:215mm x 215mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:17
Order Code: KTMA800
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1.13 CANNONS AND CATAPULTS
FRENCH MORTAR
This nice model of a French fortress mortar was re-constructed from original plans.
The barrel, large calibre, squat and short range, could fre explosive balls, loaded with
stones, nails and scrap iron.
Size: W:110mm x 210mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:17
Order Code: KTMA808
LA VALLETTE
This piedmontese powder can be considered the forerunner of the mountain artillery. The
thin barrel and the light gun carriage could be disassembled quickly and lifted reasonably
easy up the highest mountains.
Size: W:110mm x 210mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:17
Order Code: KTMA809
MORTAR

An original muzzle loader designed by Leonardo Da Vinci. The shape of this old
gun is very unusual & it was used during sieges.
Size: W:110mm x 210mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:17
Order Code: KTMA802
NAPOLEONIC GUN
This 12 pounder was the most important of the feld artillery of Napoleons infantry.
When it was pulled by horses a limber was added for greater stability.
Size: W:110mm x 210mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:17
Order Code: KTMA804
NORMAN CATAPULT
The Norman Catapult can be considered the fore-runner of the modern mortars and its
use spread in England very quickly till the frst muzzle loading powders were invented.
Size: L:385mm H:240mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:12
Order Code: KTMA813
ROMAN ASSAULT CATAPULT
It was built at the beginning of the decline of the Roman empire based on an
original catapult placed in the Castel SantAngelos Museum at Rome. The
construction is made with cut size wood with cast metal ornaments.
Size: W:345mm H:250mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:12
Order Code: KTMA817
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1.13 CANNONS AND CATAPULTS
ROMAN CATAPULT
It is most elementary launching arm based on the bow principle, it was used for towns
and citadels capture and defence. The Roman catapult launched stones or stone
balls and sand leather bags to blind soldiers and riders.
Size: W:105mm x 210mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:17
Order Code: KTMA812
ROMAN TOWER
The Tower was built in the age of Roman empire. An original Tower, taken from Roman
documents, is shown at the Museum of Civilta Romana at Rome Eur. The kit contains all
cut size wood and the metal cast head.
Size: H:400m
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:22
Order Code: KTMA816
SCORPION

This launching arm can be considered one of the modern cannon forerunners.
The Scorpion launched iron balls, stones, and arrows at more than two hundred
meters and with high precision as the 15 and 16 century powders did.
Size: W: 110mm x 210mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:17
Order Code: KTMA810
SPRINGARDA
This Pontifcal states typical gun takes its name from the loading system, The
Mascolo. It is a movable breech and could be loaded on the ground with iron balls or
stones. Some additional breeches increased the gunfre.
Size: W:110mm x 210mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:17
Order Code: KTMA811
TUSCAN CANNON 1746
This Tuscan Mortar with its original name, was used for half a century in many
infantry battles. Pulled by horses it could be moved very quickly with devastating
effectiveness even at short range.
Size: W:135mm x 225mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:17
Order Code: KTMA805
WAR CARRIAGE
We should call this original Leonardo da Vinci idea, the 15th, century tank. Pulled by
a pair of horses, one mounted, was used to force a gap in the enemy infantry lines.
Size: W:280mm
Grade: SL2
Scale: 1:12
Order Code: KTMA815
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TANCOOK WHALER
The frst Tancook Whaler was built between 1860 and 1870 in Luneburg, on the island of Tancook.
This is a perfect model for a parent or grandparent to build with a child.
Size: L:450mm
Grade: SL1
Manufacturer: Amati
Order Code: KTAM1565
1.14 JUNIOR MODEL KITS
1.14 JUNIOR MODEL KITS
FELLUCA
Typical and characteristic fshing boat used during the second half of the XIX Century.
This model is great for a parent or grandparent to help build with a child.
Size: L:410mm
Scale: 1:16
Grade: SL1
Manufacturer: Amati
Order Code: KTAM1560
TRABACCOLLO
A small merchant boat, with masts, used in the Adriatic Sea. Great model for a parent
or grandparent to help build with a child.
Size: L:350mm
Grade: SL1
Manufacturer: Amati
Order Code: KTAM1562
AMERICA
The fabulous schooner inspirer of the world yachting, launched in 1851, planned
by Gorge steers in order to take part in England in the 100 Guineas Cup, called
afterwards Americas Cup.
Size: L:360mm H:260mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:140
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM04
AMERIGO VESPUCCI
Amerigo Vespucci is the Naval academy ship of the Italian military navy. It was launched in
1931 in Castellammare di Stabias dockyards.
Size: L:280mm H:170mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:350
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM10
GOZZO LATIN SAIL
We named Mediterraneo our Gozzo with lateen sail because it reassumes the shape
of a very popular boat in our seas. Every province faces the sea, it has a Gozzo with
a traditional drawing with 2000 years of history. The sheer, the high prow and solid
construction give to these hulls very sufe and sea and sail with every atmospheric
condition.
Size: L:285mm H:260mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:28
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM07
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BLUENOSE SCHOONER
Its the most famous fshing schooner of that time. It was launched in 1920 besides
operating a great Newfoundland reefs fshing codfshes annually, it participated to
the fshermen Cup, prestigious regatta between Canadian and American people.
The Bluenose won this cup for 17 years uninterruptedly.
Size: L:270mm H:225mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:160
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM11
BRIGANTE LEUDO

The origin of the Leudo are rather uncertain. According to suppositions probably
having a content of truth, the Leudo comes from a type of medieval boat with two
masts inclined towards the prow with lateen sails.
Size: L:330mm H:275mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:122
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM68
BRITANNIA

Britannia was built for king Edward VII. It is considered by the English the most
important and representative racing yacht of that time. Its diffcult to conceive
a drawing that makes its lines be considered old-fashioned. Britannia keeps an
extraordinary record of victories.
Size: L:280mm H:354mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:177
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM09
CAPTAIN MORGAN
It was the typical brig of the XVII century, whose name derived from the most famous pirate: Captain
Henry Morgan, who, with the Jamaican buccaneers took part in the various expeditions against the
Spaniards in the Antilles distinguishing himself by his courage. He was then appointed
Commander-in-chief of the English navy in the Antilles.
Size: L:300mm H:240mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:135
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM05
CUTTY SARK
The Cutty Sark was, in 1869, one of the last sailing clippers to be built, and she
is the only classic clipper still surviving. She is now preserved in dry dock at
Greenwich London, England.
Size: L:342mm H:217mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:240
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM08
ENDEAVOUR YACHT
It was the last English challenger of the J class in 1937 Americas Cup. Its defeat by the
defender Ranger represented the end of an age. Fragile and expensive because of the
constant research of new materials an the appliance of advanced technologies, these giants
of the sea were dropped in favour of more agile ships.
Size: L:213mm H:256mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:193
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM14
FLYING FISH
The Flying Fish, launched in the half of 1800, was a fshing schooner with a
shooting building and a great surface of sails. For this reason, it was a model for
ship builder of those years. For a long time Flying Fish was one of the most fast
ships, and it became an excellent source of proft for its ship owners. They were
able to out vie the competitors with transport quickness.
Size: L:400mm H:300mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:100
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM06
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BLACK QUEEN
Many stories and legends tell about great sea battles during the 17th and 18th
centuries. But they tell a little bit about a mysterious ship named Black Queen. It
was commanded by a dreaded English pirate, with an unknown name.
Size: L:335mm H:270mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:135
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM60
HMS BEAGLE
In June 1831, the HMS Beagle set sail from England under the command of
Commander Robert Fitz Roy on a 4 year surveying mission. Accompanying Fitz Roy on
this voyage was 22 year-old Charles Darwin.
After three years of surveying the South American coast, the HMS Beagle reached San
Cristobal (Chatham) in Septem-ber 1835. The Beagle spent 5 weeks in the Galapagos
care-fully charting the archipelago. In the meantime, Darwin made careful observations
about both the geology and biology of the islands. Darwin was particularly struck by
thedifferences between the inhabitants of the different islands.
Size: L:340mm H:270mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:121
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM03
HMS BOUNTY
The Mutiny on the Bounty was a mutiny aboard a British Royal Navy ship in 1789
that has been made famous by several books and flms. The mutiny was led by
Fletcher Christian against the captain, William Bligh. Bligh was then cast adrift in a
small open boat with 18 loyal men.
Size: L:335mm H:260mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:135
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM01
HMS VICTORY
First rank vessel with 104 guns Launched at Chatman in 1765 It was in service
for a long time under the command of famous admirals Its name was indissolubly to
Nelsons in the battle of Trafalgar in 1805 It is the pride of the English Navy and it is
still preserved at Portsmouth.
Size: L:300mm H:200mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:325
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM12
II GOZZO
The Gozzo has 2000 years of history. The sheer, the high prow and solid construction
give to these hulls very sure and sea and sail with every atmospheric condition.
Size: L:220mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:32
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM66
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Il LEUDO
The origin of the Leudo are rather uncertain. According to suppositions probably
having a content of truth, the Leudo comes from a type of medieval boat with two
masts inclined towards the prow with lateen sails. It should afterwards have lost the
foremast, replaced by a bowsprit with jibs, making the manoeuvres easier. The hull
has a characteristic egg shape with a very accentuated bending weather conditions,
unbearable even for stronger hulls. It was a cargo concerns hard-ware agricultural
tools hand-manufactured goods and cloths in the Mediterranean Sea.
Size: L:290mm H:200mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:72
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM65
MISSISSIPPI PADDLEBOAT

Real steamboat with typical paddle-wheel sailing along the Mississippi river. It
was used both for the conveyance of goods, mostly cotton coming from the vast
plantations of the deep South, and for the conveyance of passengers in the great
staging of show-boat.
Size: L:240mm H:165mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:206
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM13
NINA

Nina was a classic caravel with pure latten rigging, with hanging sails in the midle
point of the lateen yard and with shrouds hooked to ships broadside. It had no
forecastle and it had a small quarter-deck.
Size: L:235mm H:285mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:106
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM16
NOAHS ARK
A well crafted boat of truly large dimensions , that Noah built under instruction from
God in Biblical times for his family and for all the species of animals to enter in
pairs, to be saved from the foods and deluge that were about to befall the earth.
Size: L:257mm H:70mm
Grade: SL1
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM18A
PINTA
Third ship of the Columbus expedition, Pinta was a square sail caravel. The Pinta
was the fastest of the three ships, confrming the logbooks, which indicated that this
caravel was during the voyage often ahead of the two other ships.
Size: L:300mm H:245mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:106
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM15
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RAINBOW

Rainbow J class defender of the Americas Cup in 1934. In spite of the fact that
the Rainbow was built with the latest technology in ship building, the boat had
diffculties trying to beat the challenging Endeavour, which proved to be very fast
and dominated the frst two races. It was one of the most dramatic challenges of
the Americas Cup history.
Size: L:213mm H:256mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:193
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM18
SAN RAFAEL

The San Rafael was a typical redonda caravel with two masts of square sails
and one lateen sail. It had a light hull with low immersion, which gave this ship
an excellent handling in rough seas. Other ships of this period were heavier and
less manageable. The San Rafael took part in the African coasts expedition of the
Portuguese explorer Alfonso Goncalvez.
Size: L:325mm H:275mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:115
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM17
SANTA MARIA

The ship of the great navigator Christopher Columbus, who in 1492, discovered
the New World Class: Caravel A type of swift ship with a light hull with 3
masts, 2 square sails and a lateen one.
Size: L:335mm H:300mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:125
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM02
SHAMROCK

Sir Thomas Lipton is considered to be the most tenacious challenger in the history of the Americas
Cup. The model is the frst construction of the Shamrock which lost against Columbia in 1899.
Size: L:310mm H:318mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:70
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM63
STAR GENZIANELLA

The ageless and marvellous Star - Olympic Class Yacht. The Star Class was
created in 1911 from lines drawn by William Gardner. It is still of Olympic class.
Size: L:230mm H:365mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:132
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM62
TAURUS

Towboats, were a familiar sight in every American harbour and navigable tidal fat at the
turn of the century. Until they were in function, they pulled large liners and pushed heavy
barges with ease.
Size: L:235mm H:115mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:87
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM67
USS CONSTITUTION

U.S.S.Constitution, American frigate with 54 guns , was launched on 21st of October
1797. It had bigger dimensions, sails and equipment than the contemporary ships of
the same class. Its strong construction earned its the name of Old Ironsides.
Size: L:275mm H:190mm
Grade: SL1
Scale: 1:330
Manufacturer: Mamoli
Order Code: KTMM64