Cruel Seas: ML 303 Motor Launch
By far the largest of Royal Navy flotilla vessels were the ML (motor launches), used for a multitude of purposes including harbour defence, anti-submarine work, convoy escorts, minesweeping and air-sea rescue. Crewed by 16 souls, they weighed 85 tonnes and...
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Cruel Seas: Fairmile B RML 529 Rescue Boat
The Fairmile B class Motor Launch weighed in at 85 tonnes and 112 feet long. Crewed by 16 men it could make in the region of 20 knots through its 1200 hp petrol engines. The coastal forces were able to...
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Cruel Seas: Fairmile D MTB 624
The Fairmile company produced a mass production vessel, which had good seagoing qualities and was used also for mine laying. The Fairmile B followed this, 398 being built in the UK, and 180 more in the Commonwealth, an impressive total....
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Cruel Seas: R-23 R-boat
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Cruel Seas: R-23 R-boat
The R-boat, also known as Räumboote in German, was a class of naval vessels originally designed as minesweepers, but their role evolved under fire. Prized for their manoeuvrability and shallow draft, they were perfect for escorting coastal traffic and patrolling...
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Imperial Japanese Navy No. 103-class landing ship
Bring your invasion fleet into shore with the powerful Imperial Japanese Navy IJN No. 103-class landing ship44 The IJN No. 103-class landing ship The IJN had obtained information regarding the allied LCT Mk.V. involved in Operation Torch, from Germany, including...
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Cruel Seas: Fairmile D MGB 660
The Fairmile company produced a mass production vessel, which had good seagoing qualities and was used also for mine laying. Their most famous boat was probably the Fairmile D or ‘Dog’ boat, a dual MTB/MGB, possibly the best-armed vessel size for...
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US Coastal Cutter subchaser
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US Coastal Cutter subchaser
Submarine chasers were used for destroying German U-boats that were stationed off the coast of the United States (some 67 German U-boats were sunk). In the Pacific Theatre, submarine chasers were used for amphibious landings, courier and escort duty. SC-497-class...
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Fairmile D-class MGB/MTB
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Fairmile D-class MGB/MTB
The Fairmile company produced a mass production vessel, which had good seagoing qualities and was used also for mine laying. The Fairmile B followed this, 398 being built in the UK, and 180 more in the Commonwealth, an impressive total....
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Cruel Seas: Flower-class Corvette
The Flower-class corvette (also known as the Gladiolus class after the lead ship) was a British class ship used to escort Allied convoys and act as an anti-submarine vessel during the Battle of the Atlantic. The original Flower-class Corvettes were...
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Soviet Fugas-class Minesweeper
Built with steel hulls using a mixed welding and riveted construction they were intended to be very comfortable on long voyages, with central heating, sauna and even a cinema! In practice they proved unstable in big seas and with their...
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Cruel Seas: Royal Navy T-class submarine
The Triton (or “T”) class of submarines played a major role in the Royal Navy’s submarine force during the Second World War. Formidably armed with no fewer than eleven torpedo tubes, a 4-inch deck gun, and an Oerlikon 20mm anti-aircraft...
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Marinefahrprahm F-Lighter
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Marinefahrprahm F-Lighter
The F-lighter was originally a converted tank landing craft that was being developed for the Kriegsmarine. Up armoured, shallow drafted and equipped with 88mm guns and flak guns, the F-lighter were small silhouette targets that proved very tricky to sink,...
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Italian MZ Motozattera
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Italian MZ Motozattera
Based on the German MFP the MZ Motozattera (motor barge) weighed in at 239 tons. Ninety-five were built and used for transport. They could be equipped with a variety of light AA armaments. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Kriegsmarine E-boat flotilla
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Kriegsmarine E-boat flotilla
The Schnellboat or ‘E Boat’ as the British Admiralty called them, E for enemy, was a truly formidable beast, in many ways incomparable in detail to the other nation’s boats. In sheer size alone, the E boat was much, much...
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US Navy PT boat flotilla
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US Navy PT boat flotilla
On December 7th, 1941, the US Navy could only boast 3 squadrons of motor torpedo boats, or PT boats (patrol torpedo) as they were named. PT squadron 1 was based on Pearl Harbor and the 12 boats opened fire on...
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Royal Navy Vosper MTB flotilla
At the outbreak of war, Britain had 3 formed MTB flotillas, precious few to cover the world’s largest empire. But with judicious use of what were pre-war civilian boatyards and the huge resources of their empire and help from the...
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Cruel Seas: Soviet Bronekater pr.1125 with Katyusha
Often referred to as the “riverine tanks” or “Bronekater” the gunboats of the project 1124 and 1125 series played an important role in securing the large system of waterways of the Soviet Union. Transportable by train from a river to...
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Mediterranean Lighthouse
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Mediterranean Lighthouse
Lighthouses are often mentioned in the diaries and memories of serving naval officers in WWII. As most encounters took place at night, it is understandable that the piercing finger of bright light would resonate with nervous, watching crews. Lighthouses were,...
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Soviet Bronekater pr.1125
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Soviet Bronekater pr.1125
A most peculiar type of riverine and estuary craft was also developed by the Russians. This was the 1124 and 1125 class of armoured rivercraft or Bronekater. These shallow draught craft, drawing only 2-foot of water, could penetrate river systems...
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Italian MAS boats
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Italian MAS boats
Motoscafo Anti Sommergibile, or MAS boats, weighed between 20 and 30 tons and were smaller than most other nations. They were, however, good boats and gave the Allies a tough time. They had a ten-man crew; their principal armament was...
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Imperial Japanese Navy Daihatsu-class landing craft
The Daihatsu-class landing craft was a 14-meter long troop transport constructed of metal and powered by a diesel engine. Potentially armed with weapons up to 37mm in size, it was quite seaworthy and could travel at 8 knots for 50...
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Soviet G-5 MTBs
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Soviet G-5 MTBs
The Soviets used many captured craft and received British and American MTBs that were used in their light flotillas. Their home-grown efforts, however, produced the peculiar looking G-5 light torpedo boats. They built scores of these aluminium boats, a material...
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Soviet D-3 MTBs
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Soviet D-3 MTBs
The D-3 class was built in wood, and carrying torpedoes openly on deck could attain speeds of 32 knots(59 km/h, 37 mph). Later boats in the series had improved engines increasing operating speeds to 48 knots (89 km/h, 55 mph)!...
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British LCM3 Landing craft
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British LCM3 Landing craft
Capable of carrying 120 men or a medium tank, the LCM III used by the Royal Navy was the largest craft carried by attack transports. It was able to make up to 10 knots When loaded and had anchors and...
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US LCM3 Landing craft
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US LCM3 Landing craft
Built by several different manufacturers in different designs the landing craft mechanized (LCM) bore the brunt of transport duties in some of the most famous landings in history. The LCM (3) Higgins is perhaps the most famous, at a length...
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Lighthouse
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Lighthouse
Lighthouses are often mentioned in the diaries and memories of serving naval officers in WWII. As most encounters took place at night, it is understandable that the piercing finger of bright light would resonate with nervous, watching crews. Lighthouses were,...
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Ruined Mediterranean Lighthouse
Be it intentional or accidental, this newly ruined lighthouse will simply just remain there until the order of its restoration or removal comes through. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Ruined Lighthouse
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Ruined Lighthouse
Be it intentional or accidental, this newly ruined lighthouse will simply just remain there until the order of its restoration or removal comes through. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Cruel Seas Imperial Japanese Navy weapons pack
A lot of naval vessels were armed to the teeth with a variety of weaponry. Ranging from anti-infantry to anti-vessel and anti-air, a lot of ships were basically made to be a 'jack of all trades' type of threat, able...
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Cruel Seas Regia Marina weapons pack
A lot of naval vessels were armed to the teeth with a variety of weaponry. Ranging from anti-infantry to anti-vessel and anti-air, a lot of ships were basically made to be a 'jack of all trades' type of threat, able...
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