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  • HMS Victory (Painted)

    $1,100.00$1,694.00

    HMS Victory, launched in 1765 was one of ten first-rate ships to be built with at least 100 guns. Constructed with around 6,000 trees which essentially consisted of 90% of oak. The ship is best known for her role as Lord Nelson's flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. She has participated in many battles and was mainly known as Lord Nelson's (pictured) flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

  • HMS Victory (Varnished)

    $1,015.00$1,524.00

    HMS Victory, launched in 1765 was one of ten first-rate ships to be built with at least 100 guns. Constructed with around 6,000 trees which essentially consisted of 90% of oak.  The ship is best known for her role as Lord Nelson’s flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. She has participated in many battles and was mainly known as Lord Nelson’s (pictured) flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805.

  • HMS Victory Miniature

    $205.00 $105.00

    HMS Victory, launched in 1765, was one of ten first-rate ships to be built with at least 100 guns. Constructed with around 6,000 trees which essentially consisted of 90% of oak and the remainder elm, pine and fir, with also small quantity of lignum vitae. Reconverted afterwards, her figurehead was modified along with her masts and the paint scheme was altered from red to the black and yellow which can be seen at present.

    She has participated in many battles and was mainly known as Lord Nelson’s flagship at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805…..

  • La Confiance

    $1,117.00$1,694.00

    La confiance, launched in 1800 was under the command of Robert Surcouf. She was recommissioned in Ile de France with a complement of officers and seamen totalling a number of 213 people and an armament of six 8—pounder long guns, sixteen 6-pounders and two 36-pounder obusiers de vaisseau. On 7 October, she combatted the East Indiaman Kent and captured her after a violent battle and brought Kent to be sold in Ile de France (Mauritius).

     

  • Penduick Half Hull

    $760.00

    The Penduick , thus named since 1935, was designed by William Fife, famous naval architect.  Fife acquired a spectacular reputation in the yacht racing world and his work also comprised a number of fine cruising vessels. Fife yard  was also renowned for the extremely high quality of the  craftsmanship and designs of the yachts built at the yard.

    The yacht first passed into new hands in 1900 and the following years were also very successful ones – with the Yum winning many important regattas.  In 1952, the Frenchman Eric Tabarly bought the Pen Duick from his father.  With the help of friends and many years’ hard work, Eric succeeded in making the Pen Duick seaworthy again. Because the new hull was lighter, the Pen Duick was able to carry more ballast, making it possible for Eric to use a longer mast. During a later reconditioning which began in 1983, the mast height was lengthened once again.

    Today the Pen Duick is owned by the Tabarly family and she takes part in various events during the racing season.

  • RMS Titanic

    $4,824.00$8,377.00

    The RMS Titanic, built by the Harland and Wolf shipyard in Belfast was the biggest vessel afloat for her time when it entered service. She was the second of the three Olympic-class passenger liners owned by the British shipping company White Star Line.

    During her inargural travel from Southampton to the New York City , she hit with an iceberg and sank in the early morning of 15 April 1912.

  • Santa Maria

    $380.00$1,270.00

    Santa Maria, built in Spain previously known as La Gallega was one of the ship used by Christopher Columbus’s in his first voyage. Santa María was quite small about 100 tons just 17.7 m long on deck with three small masts and was used as the flagship for the expedition. Columbus’ crew was mostly constituted of experienced seamen from the regions of Andalusia and Galicia in northwest Spain and the expedition was mainly funded by a group of bankers.

  • Shamrock Half Hull

    $760.00

    Shamrock V was one of the competitors of the America Cup, built in 1930 after plans by architect Charles Nicholson, for the account of Sir Thomas Lipton. It is a J-class ship. A fast ship, Shamrock V lost however during finals of the 15th America Cup, won by the Enterprise defending the American colors.

    Following her launch on 14 April 1930 she showed early promise on the British Regatta circuit winning 15 of 22 races. She also underwent continuous upgrading with changes to her hull shape, rudder, and modifications to the rig to create a more effective racing sail plan before departing to America in time for the 15th America’s Cup.

    Following changes of ownership in the 1990s and another renovation, Shamrock V participated in a reunion in August 2001 with the only two remaining J-Classes, Endeavour, and Velsheda, for the America’s Cup Jubilee in the Solent. In March 2016 it was reported that Shamrock V had changed ownership and had been listed for sale with an asking price of €6 million.

  • Soleil Royal

    $1,353.00$5,077.00

    Soleil Royal (Royal Sun) was a French war vessel, flagship of Admiral Tourvllle. She was built in Brest and launched in 1669. She was believed to have the most magnificent and crafted decorations of all baroque flagships with the ymbol of the “sun” which had been opted by Louis XIV as his personal emblem.

    Unfortunately, during one of the battles she was badly damaged on 1692 and has to undergo repairs.

  • Soleil Royal Miniature

    $205.00

    Soleil Royal (Royal Sun) was a French war vessel, flagship of Admiral Tourvllle. She was built in Brest and launched in 1669. She was believed to have the most magnificent and crafted decorations of all baroque flagships with the ymbol of the “sun” which had been opted by Louis XIV as his personal emblem.

    Unfortunately, during one of the battles she was badly damaged on 1692 and has to undergo repairs. However, while trying to defend herself when she was attacked by 17 ships, she was destroyed and set on fire. Among all the crew around 950. there was only one survivor

     

  • USS Constitution

    $1,650.00$2,706.00

    launched in 1797 was chosen by President George Washington after the Constitution of the United States of America. Her first responsibilities with the US. Navy were to protect American merchant shipping during the Quasi-War with France and to overcome the problem with the Barbary pirates in the First Barbary War.

     

  • Wasa (Vasa) Miniature

    $205.00

    During the Thirty Years’ War, King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden commissioned the building of a large number of large ships of the line. One of these ships was the impressive Wasa, which was supposedly given the name “NY Wassan” during her construction. The total cost for the construction of this ship ran to around 100,000 Reichstalers. At the king’s behest, an additional gun deck was added in 1627 in order to house an even greater number of guns. This would later prove to be her undoing….

     

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