[ Archives ]

euromodel

The following posts on Model Kits Ships were published in the euromodel category.

Euromodel #99006 HMS Royal William Wood Ship Model Kit, Unbuilt em ja

Launched in 1719 at Portmouth. In 1782 Royal William took part in the navy operations which led to Gibraltars liberation. 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. Length: […]

 Read    Comments Closed

EuroModel #99011 HMS Falmouth Armed Merchant Wood Ship Model Kit, Unbuilt em ja

The Falmouth was launched on 14th August 1752. It was the first trading vessel of the English Indiaman 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 superiority of the crew was partly due to the incentive granted to each gunman […]

 Read    Comments Closed

Euromodel #99011 Falmouth Wood Ship Model Kit, Unbuilt em ja

Owned by the East India Company, she was the first trading vessel to be armed with 36 cannon. The Falmouth carried a crew of 180, made up of the best gunners of her time. The loyalty of the crew was guaranteed, as each seaman was allowed to trade, sell or barter five tons of goods […]

 Read    Comments Closed

Euromodel HMS Royal William Wooden Ship Model Kit 99/006 English Navy 170 NR

The kit is for the British vessel “Royal William” (kit #99/006). The scale is 1:70 and the finished model will measure approximately 45″ long and 36″ tall. This kit is intended for the advanced model builder. It includes all the necessary wood pieces, metal accessories, rigging, and plans to build an amazingly detailed model. Euromodels […]

 Read    Comments Closed