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Occre Essex Whaling Ship Moby Dick Model Ship Kit 160 comes with Sails 12006

Brand New release from Occre the Essex. The tragedy that inspired the universal novel. This is another fantastic model kit, its a double plank on frame construction, step by step instructions also comes with the sails. The level of difficulty is a medium so would suit a bulder with previous. The year before she had […]

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Occre Aurora Brig 165 Scale Wood & Metal Model Ship Display Kit New & Boxed

Occre Aurora Brig 1/65th Scale Model Boat Display Kit. A wonderfully detailed model from Occre that is impressing everyone with its. Laser cut wooden and cast white metal parts, as well as. Full colour, detailed instructions. It is described as an intermediate level, so it is preferred for someone with some experience of building these […]

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OcCre CORSAIR Wood Model Ship Kit

With its square-rigged on the foresail and mainsail on a mixed armament, brigantines were quick and easy to operate. Also, could carry more cargo than sloops. A typical brigantine could accommodate up to 100 pirates and armed with a sufficient number of guns to bridge a possible terror target. Pre-cut wooden parts provide good connections […]

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Occre HMS Beagle 160 Scale Wooden Period Ship Kit 12005

Was one of the most famous ships of its time for different reasons. The most famous of all was without a doubt its journey of naturalistic research, captained by Commander Robert FitzRoy and accompanied by a young. Launched in the Thames River on May 11, 1820, it was built by the Woolwich shipyards. Made 3 […]

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Occre HMS Revenge Galleon Drake’s Flagship Model Ship 185 Scale Ship 13004

Plank on frame construction with English instuctions. Factory pre-cut keel and all mainframe parts. Quality planking in sapele, american walnut and lime. Fittings in die cast metal, burnished or turned brass. Plans set with the top and side views of the model in scale 1:1. Instructions booklet with dozens of step-by-step images of the assembly […]

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Occre Apostol San Felipe Spanish Galleon 160 Scale Wood Model Ship Kit

The Apostol San Felipe features plank-on-frame construction with laser cut wooden parts. Cast metal pieces include doors, stern ornamentation, bilge pumps, 30 gun ports and frames, falconets, gun carriages with wheel shafts and wheels, cleats, lantern and anchor stocks. Gallery ornamentation, cannon barrels, chainplates, bowsprit iron, trestletrees, eyebolts and rings are brass. Ready-to-use boxwood blocks […]

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Occre Golden Hinde 185 Scale Model Ship Kit 12003

It is relatively low difficulty, but still requires patience and allows you to build up necessary skills and techniques. The completed model makes an impressive display, and is certainly a model you will enjoy making, and be proud to show off. Five galleons set sail from the Port of Plymouth, England, on 13th December 1577, […]

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Occre HMS Terror 165 Scale Model Ship Kit Double Plank on Frame Model 12004

The HMS Terror was constructed in 1813 for the Royal Navy as a specialised warship and a newly developed bomb vessel. She participated in several battles of the War of 1812, such as the Battle of Baltimore with the bombardment of Fort McHenry. It was at this battle where the “Star-Spangled Banner” was written by […]

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Occre N S Mercedes Spanish Frigate 185 Scale Wood Model Ship Kit 14007

The frigate “Nuestra Señora de las Mercedes” was built in 1788 in Havana owned by the Spanish Royal Navy and equipped with 34 cannons. Having left Montevideo on August 9, 1804 she was loaded with gold, silver, copper, tin, wool vicuna, Peruvian bark and cinnamon. On October 5, 1804 she was sunk by the English […]

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Occre Apostol San Felipe Spanish Galleon 160 Scale Wood Model Ship Kit 14000

The Apóstol Felipe was one of the six galleons built by Martín 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 first voyage as a member of the galleon fleet was made in […]

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