HMS Victory & Bounty Model Ships Australia - Wilhems & Green

Wilhems & Green Model Ships

The Finest Collection of HMS Model Ships

We certify that Wilhems & Green wooden model ships form part of the world’s finest collection of museum quality model ships.

Individually crafted wooden model ships

The Wilhems & Green decorative wooden model ships and boats have been individually and painstakingly handcrafted. It takes around 4-6 weeks to build one of these model ships. They have been designed from original plans and documents found in some great maritime museums around the world.

Eye for Detail

Each Wilhems & Green decorative model ship is meticulously and authentically fitted and takes hundreds of hours to construct. Wilhems & Green model ships are entirely handcrafted. Precious teak wood and Swedish pine (Deck Timber) are used in their construction.

The Complete Package

Each Wilhems & Green model ships Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity and History of the Model Ship. We also Offer a 100% Money Back guarantee if you are not satisfied with your purchase owing to any misrepresentation of quality or appearance.

Our Collections

….. add a bit of  glorious maritime history to your living room or your office with our wide range of HMS model ships and other models. Whether you are looking for an iconic ship linked to Australian history such as the HMS Endeavour, or a ship with a rich maritime history known around the world such as the RMS Titanic, HMS Victory or USS Constitution, we have exactly what you are looking for. Shop online today at Wilhems & Green.

  • Yatch Endeavour


    The Endeavour is one of the most beautiful and well-known examples of the classic yacht. She belongs to the class of “J-Class yachts”, is 130 feet in length and was first launched in 1934.

    The yacht was specially designed and constructed by Camper & Nicholsons in England for racing in the America’s Cup. T.O.M. Sopwith issued two challenges with the Endeavour that went down in yachting history.

  • USS Constitution


    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.


  • Soleil Royal


    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.

  • Santa Maria


    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.

  • RMS Titanic


    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.

  • La Confiance


    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).


  • HMS Victory (Varnished)


    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 (Painted)


    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 Sovereign of the Seas


    HMS Sovereign of the Seas was built in 1635 and launched on 13 October 1637. She was requested  by Charles I of England, who desired a huge Great Ship and She was decorated from stern to bow with gilded carvings and armed with 102 bronze cannon. She was thereby at the time the most powerfully armed ship in the world, however, the main aim was to boost the reputation of the English crown and to be recognised as the ‘lords of the seas.

  • HMS Sirius


    HMS Sirius was originally known as Berwick and was launched in 1780. She was also the flagship of the First Fleet, which departed  from Portsmouth, England, in 1787 under the command of  Captain John Hunter (pictured). Captain Arthur Phillip who was part of the voyage would be the first European governor of the new colony in New South Wales, Australia.

  • HMS Investigator


    HMS Investigator was sent for an expedition to map the Australian coastline, as well as to study the plant and animal life on the new colony under the command of Matthew Flinders who set sail from Spithead for Australia on 18 July 1801, calling at the Cape of Good Hope before passing through the Indian Ocean and spotting Cape Leeuwin off South West Australia on 6 December 1801. HMS Investigator held close to the east coast, crossed through the Great Barrier Reef and Torres Strait.

  • HMS Endeavour


    Captain James Cook  first ship was to be the HMS Endeavour, of 366 tons, built as the collier Earl of Pembroke.  She was a small, sturdy “bark”, an unpretentious ship which had been employed in both the coastal and the Scandinavian. HMS Endeavour became the first ship to reach the East coast of Australia, when Cook went ashore at what is now known as Botany Bay. HMS Endeavour then sailed north along the Australian coast.

  • HMS Bounty


    HMS Bounty was originally known as collier Bethia, built in 1784. William Bligh (pictured) was appointed Commanding Lieutenant of Bounty on 16 August 1787 at the age of 33.  After ten months at sea, Bounty reached Tahiti on 26 October 1788 after spending five months there.  Bounty set off with her breadfruit cargo on 4 April 1789.

  • HMS Beagle


    HMS Beagle was launched on 11 May 1820 on the River Thames.   On the first voyage and survey, the Beagle channel was discovered and named after the ship. After carrying out numerous surveys in South America, she sailed back through New Zealand, Sydney, Hobart Town and finally reached Falmouth, Cornwall, England, on 2 October 1836

  • Duyfken


    Duyfken (Little Dove), a dutch vessel was launched in 1595. She was quite small – around 60 tons, lightly armed ship mainly for the transportation of valuable goods / provisions and transmission of messages.

    In 1596, during their first expedition to Java, the crew combatted Portuguese ships where it put an end to the control of the Portuguese and Spanish in the spice commerce to Europe.

Buy HMS model ships & other decorative wooden models online today

If you are looking for the best and most detailed HMS model ships, and boats, you are in the right place. Wilhems & Green stock a wide range of model ships, including the HMS Victory, HMS Investigator and more. We also supply Perspex display cases to keep your model ships safe, as well as an excellent after sales service. Any questions? Get in touch today.

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