1 JoTiKa Ltd. Manufacturer And Distributor Of Classic Scale Models STATIC CATALOGUE All Nelsons Navy and Heritage Series kits feature original plank on bulkhead construction. Accuracy is ensured through the use of CNC cut parts ~ the precision of laser cutting without the laborious task of having to sand off burnt edges ~ appreciated by beginners and experts alike. Combining the most up to date research with technology to match, every part of our scale kits can be checked for fit using virtual reality CAD software. With the versatility of computer cut parts, modifications, large or small, continue to be made right up to final production. This means that your model will match the most recent research of the original ship available. krick Modellbau vom Besten A small but highly detailed range of static ships from this renowned German manufacturer. Krick kits feature laser and CNC cut parts, double plank on bulkhead construction, high quality fittings and optional sail sets, these kits really look the part.
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3 NELSONS NAVY ~ HMS AGAMEMNON Drawn by the same naval architect that designed the famous Victory, Sir Thomas Slade, the Agamemnon was one of seven ships built to the same design. Agamemnon was the third to be built in the class, the first two being Ardent in 1762 and Raisonnable, in Agamemnon was followed by Belliqueux in 1778, Stately in 1779, Indefatigable in 1781 and finally the Nassau in Agamemnon was laid down at Bucklers Hard in May 1777 and launched on the 10th April Her dimensions were as follows; Gun deck feet 2 inches Keel feet 10 ¼ inches Beam - 44 feet 5 inches Tonnage tons Complement officers and ratings. Guns; Twenty-six, twenty-four pounder - Gun deck. Twenty-six, eighteen pounder - Upper deck. Twelve, nine pounder - Quarterdeck. For three of the most crucial decades in British naval history, Agamemnon always seemed to be at the centre of the action, having no less than eleven battle honours, which included Trafalgar. Kit contains: Double plank on bulkhead hull; brass cannons; four sheets of detailed brass etched parts; CNC cut Walnut and Ply components; black and natural rigging hemp; fully detailed full size plans and a comprehensive construction manual. The kit has been designed to depict the time when Nelson served on her. Part No Length: 1300mm Width: 485mm Height: 944mm
4 NELSONS NAVY ~ HMS DIANA HMS Diana, the second built in the Artois class was designed by Sir John Henslow. She was built by Randall & Brent of Rotherhithe, one of the largest merchant builders in the country. After eleven months building the hull, Diana was launched on the 3rd of March She was then towed to the Royal Dockyard at Deptford where she was fitted out. This included masts, rigging, anchors, coppering of her bottom, ordnance and stores. On the 12th of June 1794 Diana was ready to receive her full crew and spent the next 6 1/2 weeks working up at the Nore. The total cost of building and fitting out the Diana was 23,000. Diana had a very long and active career in which most of her time was spent in patrol, convoy and blockade duties. The highlight of her career was in August 1795 when on patrol duty, accompanied by her sister ship Seahorse and the frigate Unicorn, they captured the Dutch East Indiaman Cromhout, another merchant ship and her escort. From the Cromhout alone the ship shared nearly 47,000 prize money. On the 30th of May 1814 Britain and France signed a peace treaty. On the 7th of March 1815 after a large repair and re-coppering Diana was sold to the Dutch Navy for 36,796. On the 27th August 1816 Diana was one of 6 Frigates in the Dutch squadron that combined with the British fleet under Sir Edward Pellow (Lord Exmouth), himself a distinguished Frigate captain, and took part in the famous bombardment of Algiers. On the 16th of January 1839, after an incredible 45 year service, Diana was accidentally destroyed by fire in dry-dock at Willemsoord. The model kit of Diana is depicted not as built, but after her first refit at Portsmouth in June 1796 where she was given solid quarter deck bulwarks, carronades to replace the 9pdr carriage guns and a dolphin striker on the bowsprit. Diana measured 173ft from figurehead to stern, her breadth was 39ft 3 1/2 and was almost 1000 tons burthen. Main armament was twenty eight 18pdr carriage guns on the gun deck, with secondary armament consisting of ten 9pdr guns on the top deck along with eight 32pdr carronades. There is no doubt that this configuration constantly changed throughout her career and at the end of her time in the British Navy she had fourteen carronades on her top deck. The Diana kit was designed from original Admiralty plans and contains: CNC cut timber throughout; brass 18 and 9 pounder cannons; double plank on bulkhead construction; black and natural hemp for rigging; over 2,000 1:64 scale copper plates; full size plans; comprehensive instruction manual and drawings. Part No Length: 1180mm Width: 430mm Height: 838mm
5 NELSONS NAVY ~ HMS SNAKE The Snake kit has been designed with the novice / intermediate builder in mind and is ideal as a first or second model for the introduction to plank on frame building. The Snake class were ship rigged sloops. This class was very business like with a flush deck and nine cannons or carronades each side, they were very fast and seaworthy. As originally built, Snake had a full ordinance of 32 pounder carronades. Carronades replaced the carriage guns because at close quarters the short range carronades proved devastating to their opponents. Class dimensions were: Length 100 Breadth 30 6 Displacement 382 tons With a crew of 121. Kit includes: 18 cast carronade; double plank on bulkhead hull; walnut CNC parts; 900 copper plates; black and natural hemp for rigging; full size plans and comprehensive instruction book. Part No Length: 910mm Width: 350mm Height: 610mm
6 Part No Length: 850mm Width: 310mm Height: 610mm NELSONS NAVY ~ HMS CRUISER The Cruiser kit has been designed with the novice / intermediate builder in mind and has an estimated building time of around three months of evening work. The Cruiser class were brig rigged sloops and were the most numerous class of warships built in the age of sail. One hundred and three built in all from the Cruiser in 1797, to the Zebra in The Cruiser class played a very active roll in the Napoleonic wars, from escort duty, reconnaissance and enemy convoy to inshore raiding. As originally built Cruiser had eighteen 6 pounder carriage guns but the ordnance was soon to change to sixteen 32 pounder carronades and two 6 pounder carriage guns. Class dimensions were: Length 100 Breadth 30 6 Displacement 382 tons With a crew of 121. Kit includes: 18 brass 6 pdr guns; walnut CNC parts; double plank on bulkhead hull; black and natural hemp for rigging; full size plans and comprehensive instruction book.
7 NELSONS NAVY ~ HM SCHOONER BALLAHOO Ballahoo was the named schooner of its class of Fish Class Schooners built in Bermuda, of which 17 were built to the same design. Ballahoo was ordered in 1803 and launched in She was commissioned as an armed dispatch schooner. She was 55.4 feet long and displaced 71 tonnes. With a compliment of 20 men Ballahoo was armed with four 12 pdr carronades. Kit includes: Four 12 pdr carronades; Walnut CNC cut parts; Double plank on bulkhead construction; Black & natural hemp for rigging. Full size plans and comprehensive instruction manual, making this kit the ideal introduction to plank on bulkhead modelling. Part No Length: 520mm Width: 90mm Height: 320mm
8 NELSONS NAVY ~ HM YACHT CHATHAM H.M. Yacht Chatham was launched in Chatham dockyard in 1741, for use as a pleasure craft for the more affluent members of Georgian society. Yachts were of Dutch origin and came to Denmark and Sweden as pleasure craft. They were introduced in Britain in 1660 when Charles II, on his return to England was presented the Yacht Mary. In the early days, the yacht was thought of as a pleasure and transport craft only. However, these vessels found their way back into the merchant service as well as serving very successfully as fleet reconnaissance vessels. Also, as these vessels were very fast sailors, yachts were commissioned as dispatch vessels or packet yachts. H.M. Yacht Chatham was rebuilt in 1793, again at Chatham dockyard and was not broken up until 1867, after a very long life. Chatham s moment in the spotlight was on December 23, 1805, when she was used to transfer Nelsons body from HMS Victory up the Thames to be laid in state in Greenwich. Kit includes: All necessary cast decoration; Walnut CNC cut parts; Double plank on bulkhead construction; Black & natural hemp for rigging; Photo etch brass detail, including window frames. Full size plans and comprehensive building instructions aid to make a highly attractive model which wouldn t look out of place in anyone s home Part No Length: 530mm Width: 200mm Height: 470mm
9 NELSONS NAVY ~ HM MORTAR VESSEL CONVULSION Convulsion is a ketch rigged mortar boat. She was built in 1804 at Rotherhithe and commissioned for shore bombardment duties. She was over 60ft long and had a displacement of 76 tonnes. She was armed with one 10 inch mortar and four 18 pdr carronades. Kit includes: 10 Mortar; Four 18pdr carronades; Walnut CNC cut parts; Double plank on bulkhead construction; Black & natural hemp for rigging. Full size plans along with a comprehensive instruction booklet make this attractive and unusual vessel ideal as an introduction to plank on bulkhead modelling. Part No Length: 600mm Width: 200mm Height: 440mm
10 NELSONS NAVY ~ HMS VICTORY After more than two years of extensive research and development, using information and sources previously unavailable, this is the most historically accurate, highly detailed model of Victory in her Trafalgar condition available. Forever associated with Nelson s last battle, H.M.S. Victory is one of the most famous ships of all time, and is now preserved as a major part of the Royal Naval Museum in Portsmouth. The ship s survival is particularly appropriate since Victory is not only an example of the ultimate sailing warship ~ the three decker First Rate ~ but she was also the most popular and successful 100-Gun ship of the period. Forty years old by the time of Trafalgar (1805), she had been the flagship of half a dozen Admirals, and was to continue in active service until As with all of our models, Victory has been designed using the latest CAD/CAM technology. With this versatility, continual refinements can be made to ensure the model matches the most recent research available. At a scale of 1:72, the kit includes: Double plank on bulkhead construction in lime and walnut, complete with pre-cut gunport strips ~ no more need to tediously mark on and cut out the gunports yourself; 5 different sizes of turned brass cannons; Carronades; 8 sheets of brass etched components; 3 different profiled brass rails; CNC cut walnut and ply components, profiled where necessary; All new scale turned wood belaying pins, support pillars and staircase balusters; All necessary blocks and black / natural hemp for rigging; All 4 ships boats, in authentic plank on bulkhead construction; All new scale copper plates; 18 sheets of fully detailed actual size plans and a comprehensive full colour step-by-step instruction manual, including constructional photos of the prototype. As well as this the kit also includes the timber work to produce the model to the current specifications as she stands in Portsmouth, for example timberheads, capping and hammock cranes for the forecastle. Part No Scale: 1:72 Length: 1385mm Width: 525mm Height: 950mm
11 NELSONS NAVY ~ HMS VICTORY
12 NELSONS NAVY ~ HM CUTTER SHERBOURNE Cutters evolved during the second quarter of the Eighteenth Century in Southeast England as swift channel vessels. They soon gained a deserved reputation for their speed, which was not unnoticed by smugglers who soon adopted the Cutter as their preferred smuggling craft. In turn, Cutters were employed by the British Customs Service to counter the smugglers. Cutters carried a large disproportional area of sail for their size and also served as advice yachts, packet boats and, during wartime, privateers. The Sherbourne was built as a revenue vessel for the Customs Service. She was designed by Sir Thomas Slade, the designer of the famous Victory and was built and launched in After over 20 years of service, Sherbourne was sold in 1784 ~ a remarkably long career for such a small vessel. Sherbourne was 54 6 long, 19 wide and had a draught of She carried a compliment of 30 men and was 85 tonnes. Armament consisted of 8 x 3 pdr carriage guns and 10 swivel guns. Kit includes: 8 3pdr Guns; 10 swivel guns; Walnut CNC cut parts; Double plank on bulkhead hull; Black & natural hemp for rigging; Full size plans and comprehensive instruction manual. The Sherbourne kit has been designed with the novice/intermediate builder in mind, and is ideal as a first or second model for the introduction to plank on frame building. Part No Length: 500mm Width: 200mm Height: 485mm
13 NELSONS NAVY ~ HMS MARS Mars was built in Holland in the late 1770 s and commissioned as a Dutch Privateer. She was built with unusually sleek lines and as such she was one of the fastest vessels afloat at the time. She was, however, taken by the 38 gun heavy frigate Artois on 3rd December Her captor reported that the Mars to be quite new and the completest Privateer he ever saw. Mars was heavily armed for her size. As originally built, she had 18 x 9 pdr cannon and 12 swivel guns. This was changed in 1792 to 18 x 6 pdr and 10 swivel guns, which is also the kit configuration. After she was captured, she was fitted out for Royal Navy Service, presumably for escort and convoy duty. She must have been well liked as she served in the Royal Navy for 18 years after her capture. She was lost on 5th December 1799, when she foundered in a hurricane in the Indian Ocean. Kit includes: 18 Brass 6pdr Guns; 10 Brass swivel guns; Walnut CNC cut parts; Double Plank on Frame Hull; Black and Natural hemp for rigging; Full size plans and comprehensive instruction manual. Kit shown as fitted out for Royal Navy service. Part No Length: 790mm Width: 310mm Height: 590mm
14 NELSONS NAVY ~ HM BOMB VESSEL GRANADO (1756) Twelve bomb vessels, including Granado (the sixth), were built at the outbreak of the War of Jenkins s Ear in Granado was ordered on September 14th 1741 and the keel was laid on November 18th Although it is uncertain who designed the Granado, it is commonly attributed to Thomas Slade, the naval Surveyor who oversaw the construction of the ship at Ipswich. Thomas Slade also went on to design famous ships such as H.M.S. Victory. Granado was unusual in that she was designed to be used as either a sloop or a bomb vessel, being constructed with a conventional square stern. Launched on June 22nd 1742, Granado was taken to Harwich, fitted out and put in commission as a sloop. An Admiralty Order on July 15th 1745 was issued to fit her (Granado) as a bomb but this order was reversed on July 17th 1745 and Granado remained as a sloop. It was not until 1756 that Granado was fitted for the first time as a bomb vessel from an Admiralty Order on July 26th Between the launch of Granado on June 22nd 1742 and her fitting as a bomb vessel July 26th 1756 a number of changes had been made to Granado s configuration as compared to the original Admiralty plans, the most noticeable of these are as follows: 1. Two extra 4pdr carriage guns were added (Admiralty order of June 20th 1745) bringing the total 4pdr carriage guns to Two bow chaser gun ports were added allowing accommodation of the extra guns either under the forecastle as bow chasers or at the fifth gunports. 3. The mortars as shown in the Admiralty plans are two 13 inch mortars however when fitted as a bomb vessel this was actually changed to 1 x 13inch and 1 x 10inch mortar. This is confirmed by the provisions list on March 30th 1757 which details 50 large and 50 small shells. Granado remained as a bomb vessel until the Admiralty Order to fit her as a sloop on March 20th 1760 however, it was during this first period as a bomb vessel that Granado was involved in her most active role. On January 22nd 1759 Granado and the squadron under command of Commodore John Moore anchored off Basse Terre. The following morning the citadel and batteries of Basse Terre were bombarded. By January 24th troops had occupied the forts of both Basse Terre and Fort Royal, the town had been devastated by fire caused by the carcasses discharged from the bomb vessels. On February 7th, the fleet moved to attack Fort Louis at the entrance to Cul de Sac Bay. The attack began the following day and by February 15 the bombardment ceased with the capture of the Fort. Granado was again converted to a bomb vessel in August 1761 and she remained as such until she was sold on August 30th 1763 for 575. During this period Granado was involved in the action of capturing Morro Castle and El Morro in the West Indies and the capitulation of Havana on August 13th Kit Includes: Double plank on bulkhead construction in lime and walnut, complete with pre-cut gunport strip - no need to tediously mark on and cut the gunports yourself; 10 brass 4pdr cannons complete with wooden carriages; 12 brass 0.5pdr swivel guns; 1x13 and 1x10 brass mortars; highly detailed brass etched components; profiled brass rails; precision CNC cut and profiled walnut and ply components; all required blocks, black & natural hemp for rigging; 9 fully detailed actual scale plans and two comprehensive step by step colour instruction manuals including constructional photos of the prototype. Part No Length: 785mm Width: 340mm Height: 590mm
15 NELSONS NAVY ~ HM BOMB VESSEL GRANADO (1756)
16 NELSONS NAVY ~ HM GUNBOAT WILLIAM (1795) Part No Scale: 1:32 Length: 790mm Width: 200mm Height: 605mm Purchased by the Royal Navy in 1795, William, under the direction of Sir Sidney Smith, was fitted as a hoy rigged gunboat at Plymouth Yard. As fitted, William was armed with 1x24pdr cannon, 2x12pdr carronades and a compliment of 25 men. Of special interest is the innovative design of an early form of turret mounting for the 24pdr cannon. The cannon and carriage were mounted onto a bed which in turn sat on a bearing race made up of cannon balls, allowing the whole assembly to rotate on the flat (camber less) forecastle. Although capable of sail, with a fore-and-aft style hoy rig, William would have been more commonly rowed. This is further illustrated not only by the evidence of rowlocks and oars but by the way the mast is mounted on a pivot allowing it to be rotated down to deck, extending aft, guided by the fore and aft mast carlings. The mast would have been lowered in this manner in order to lower the centre of gravity and reduce resistance making the boat far more manoeuvrable by oar power. Built for antiinvasion duties, William was manned by 25 men. These men would usually be members of the Sea Fencible, the maritime equivalent of the Militia and volunteers. Although unclear, William is believed to have been wrecked in Guernsey Roads on 4th November Kit Includes: Double plank on bulkhead construction in lime and walnut; all decking in high quality 2x7mm maple strip; 1x24pdr bronze cannon complete with wooden carriage and turret style rotating platform; 2x12pdr bronze carronades on sliding wooden carriages; gunnery equipment including rammers, sponges, ladle and worm; highly detailed brass etched components; precision CNC cut and profiled walnut and ply components; all required blocks, black & natural hemp to rig the model as shown; fully detailed actual scale plans and comprehensive step by step colour instruction manual, including constructional photos of the prototype.
17 NELSONS NAVY ~ HM GUNBOAT WILLIAM (1795)
18 NELSONS NAVY ~ HMS JALOUSE The French brig sloop La Jalouse was launched in Dunkirk in She is a typical large French brig used for convoy, raiding and escort duty. She was taken by the British vessel Vestal on 13th May 1797 and re-named Jalouse. She was then fitted out for duties in the Royal Navy. The only features that distinguished her as being of French origin were the 90 degree angle to the keel of the rudder post, tops, crosstrees and trestletrees. After ten years in British service, she was broken up in Jalouse had a compliment of 121 officers and men. She carried 18 x 6 pdr guns, although the armament may well have been replaced by 18 x 32 pdr carronades sometime after her capture. Kit includes: 18 Brass 6pdr Guns; Walnut CNC cut parts; Double Plank on Frame Hull; Black and Natural hemp for rigging; Full size plans and comprehensive instruction manual. Kit shown as fitted out for Royal Navy service. Part No Length: 815mm Width: 310mm Height: 600mm
19 NELSONS NAVY ~ HM BRIG SUPPLY H.M.Brig Supply was launched in 1759 as a Deptford yard transport. In 1786 she was converted to an armed tender. It is in her modified form that she wrote herself into history by arriving ahead of the first convict fleet in Australian waters. She was also the first to sail into Port Jackson. H.M.Brig Supply is now known as the ship from which Australia was founded. The kit of H.M.Brig Supply has been designed with the novice builder in mind. The kit is extremely prefabricated with all the wooden parts CNC cut for extreme accuracy to ensure a perfect fit. Fittings include the cannons, anchors, windows, blocks etc. Rigging thread in natural and black is included. The kit instructions take you step by step through the construction process. Full size plans with exploded diagrams of the various sub assemblies and easily understood rigging drawings are provided to allow the first time builder to make a first class model. Part No Length: 675mm Width: 250mm Height: 520mm
20 NELSONS NAVY ~ HM BRIG BADGER Part No Length: 600mm Width: 240mm Height: 530mm Badger (Ex-Pitt) is believed to have been a prize captured during the War of American Independence ( ). She is shown on Navy Lists from 1776 and remained in service until sold in Brigs were generally used for convoy duties, carrying dispatches, inshore reconnaissance and upholding trade agreements and Badger was no exception. Brigs differed from standard ship rigged menof-war in so much as they were square-rigged on two masts and the bowsprit only. Although relatively swift and manoeuvrable brigs were very cramped and uncomfortable as they tended to be considerably wet in heavy seas. In 1778, while serving on board the 50-Gun Ship Bristol, Nelson was promoted by Admiral Parker to the position of Commander and, on 8th December 1778, he was appointed to Badger. Nelson actually entered into Badger on 31st December 1778, superseding Captain Everitt. Nelsons time on Badger was generally uneventful, carrying out blockade and escort duties. However, two incidents worthy of mention are: The capture of an 80 ton vessel: On Thursday 29 April 1778 Badger made Sail and gave Chace, at 4 fired a four pounder shotted and brought to the Chace. The prize proved to be the 80 ton vessel La Prudente, a sloop from Cape François bound to the Mississippi carrying nine Frenchmen. The rescue of the men from on board HMS Glasgow: On Wednesday 2 June 1779, while anchored at Montego Bay, at 6PM saw the Alarm of Fire onboard the Glasgow: sent our Boats and two boats belonging to Merchantmen: with Buckets and Men to their assistance 1/2 past 7 PM was got through the Quarter deck, and up the Main rigging: The Boats employed receiving the Men from The Glasgow: Captain and Officers of Do. Onboard the Badger. At 12 o clock there was an explosion onboard HMS Glasgow and she immediately sunk but, as a result of Nelsons swift action, the entire crew of HMS Glasgow were rescued, a l t h o u g h several would die later from their burns. Nelsons First Command* On 11 July 1779, Nelson was promoted to postcaptain and on Sunday 20 June he transferred out of Badger to the 28-Gun Frigate Hinchinbroke.
21 NELSONS NAVY ~ HM BRIG BADGER The kit depicts Badger after re-fitting for Royal Navy service during Nelsons time in charge, December June Kit includes: Double plank on bulkhead construction in lime and walnut; all decking in high quality Tanganyika strip; 12 x 4pdr turned brass cannon complete with walnut carriage assemblies; 2 x 0.5pdr turned brass swivel guns; highly detailed brass etched components; ship s stove; authentic turned brass ship s wheel assembly; authentic ship s boats in high quality resin with walnut components and brass fittings including oars, grapnels and boat hooks; precision CNC cut and profiled walnut and ply components; all required blocks, black & natural hemp to rig the model as shown; high quality birch dowel for the masting; fully detailed actual scale plan sheets and two comprehensive step by step colour instruction manuals including technical drawings and constructional photos of the prototype. Turned brass ship s wheel assembly, actual size! Nelsons First Command* * Although Nelson had captained both an unnamed sloop in November 1777 and the Schooner Little Lucy until early 1778, these were not official commands. As custom dictates, Nelson was referred to as Captain while in charge of these ships but he was not in command. This is due to the fact that Nelson, although he had passed his Lieutenant s exam in April 1777, was still a non-commissioned officer (second-lieutenant) and was deemed only to have control or charge of the ship but not command per se. According to the most technical definition of the word, the only persons able to exercise command in a military are commissioned officers. This is because commissioned officers derive authority directly from a sovereign power and, as such, hold a commission charging them with the duties and responsibilities of their specific office or position. While in control of both the unnamed sloop and the Schooner Little Lucy, command remained with Captain William Locker of the 32- Gun Frigate Lowestoffe - the ship which Nelson was tending. Nelson was promoted to the commissioned officer status of Lieutenant on 31st December 1778, when he was commissioned to Badger.
22 HERITAGE SERIES ~ HMAV BOUNTY Part No Length: 660mm Width: 245mm Height: 540mm Bounty was made eternally famous by the mutiny against Captain William Bligh, on her way back from Tahiti in Bounty was a small merchant ship purchased and converted into a naval transport to carry breadfruit to the plantations of the West Indies. As with all of our kits, Bounty has been designed using the most up to date research available and as such, is one of the most historically accurate model kits of the subject available. Kit includes: CNC cut ply and walnut components throughout; double planking in lime and walnut; copper plates for hull below water line; highly detailed brass etched sheet, including window frames, boat grapnels and oars; chainplate assemblies etc; detailed cast decoration; turned brass cannon; rigging thread in black and natural; full set of construction plans and detailed instructions.
23 HERITAGE SERIES ~ HM BARK ENDEAVOUR In the 1760's, the Royal Society had designs to send a group of astronomers to the south pacific to observe the transition of the planet Venus between the Earth and the Sun on June 3rd This was a rare astronomical event not to be repeated for more than a century. The expedition was supported both by George 3rd, who granted the sum of 4,000 to defray expenses, and the Royal Navy, who were to provide a ship. This ship was the Whitby Collier Earl of Pembroke, which was purchased on 29th March 1768 and renamed His Majesty's Bark Endeavour. Giving command of the expedition to the 39 year old James Cook, proved to be the best choice the Admiralty could have made. Endeavours voyages of discovery from put the Pacific well and truly on the map. When purchased by the Navy, the Earl of Pembroke was described as a cat-built bark in burthen 368 tons, 3 years 9 months old. On April 5th 1768, she was registered on the Navy List as a bark by the name Endeavour. The kit Endeavour is the result of in depth research, using the most up to date sources available. It is this work that has produced the most detailed, historically accurate Endeavour kit available. Kit includes: CNC cut ply and walnut components throughout; double planking in lime and walnut; wood; etched brass and turned brass fittings; cast decoration; rigging in black and natural; a set of 4 plank on bulkhead ships boats; full set of construction plans and detailed instructions. Part No Length: 725mm Width: 275mm Height: 590mm
24 HERITAGE SERIES ~ THE MARY ROSE The Mary Rose kit has been designed with the full co-operation of the Mary Rose Trust, making the kit the only model based on the most up to date research and information. The kit is, therefore, the most accurate of its type on a Tudor Warship. Faced with the ever present threat of the French Navy, as well as a strong, potentially hostile, Scottish fleet, Henry VIII embarked on a programme of naval building, including the Mary Rose and the Peter Pomegranate. From a technological point of view, these ships were a radical departure from those of his father (Henry VII). They were carvel rather than clinker built and equipped with heavy guns mounted near the waterline. The introduction of the carvel hull also facilitated the construction of watertight gun-ports. The Mary Rose is believed to have been named after the King's favourite sister, Mary, and the Tudor emblem, the Rose. There are a number of possible explanations for the sinking of the Mary Rose in the Solent on the 19th July 1545 but it is believed that the ship began to heel as soon as the sails were raised - either due to bad seamanship or poor ballasting - and water entered the ship through her lower gun ports, still open after firing. The Mary Rose lay on her starboard side at an angle of approximately 60 degrees. She had sunk through the soft upper sediments and had come to rest on the clay below. The hull acted as a silt trap for the Solent currents, and the surviving portion of the hull filled rapidly, leaving the port side to be eroded by marine organisms and mechanical degradation. Because of the way the ship sank, nearly the whole starboard side survived intact, excluding the bow and a portion of the aftercastle. Internally between half and one third of the orlop, main and upper decks, along with a fragment of the castle deck were intact, as were ancillary structures such as the companionways, stanchions and cabin partitioning. During the 17th and 18th centuries the entire site was covered with a layer of hard grey shelly clay, which minimised further erosion. Kit contains: CNC cut bulkheads and keel from birch ply; kit components CNC cut in walnut and walnut ply; double plank on bulkhead construction in lime and walnut; tanganijka deck planking; rigging thread and all rigging blocks; brass etched and white metal cast fittings; 8 sheets of full size plans; comprehensive construction manual, including The history of the Mary Rose by David Vine BSc, curator of the Mary Rose Museum. Part No Scale: 1:80 Length: 735mm Width: 255mm Height: 520mm
25 HERITAGE SERIES ~ HM SCHOONER PICKLE Forever associated with Admiral Nelson s final and most historic victory, the Battle of Trafalgar 1805, Pickle was chosen to carry the News of Nelson s victory and death back to England. Commanded by Lieutenant John Richards Lapenotiere, Pickle was not directly involved in the Battle of Trafalgar but was permanently busy rescuing both friend and foe from a watery death. By 6pm the muster list for Pickle showed a total of 160 prisoners taken on board, the majority of these coming from the burning French Achille. Given the size of Pickle and the fact that she had a crew of just 40 it is remarkable that Lapenotiere was not only able to rescue so many but that they were then able to prevent the prisoners from taking Pickle as their own. After the battle, with Admiral Cuthbert Collingwood now in command, every ship, including Pickle, was required to maintain the blockade of Cadiz. Between the 22 and 25 of October, Lapenotiere continued rescuing seaman and prisoners and began offloading them to other ships, including Dreadnought, Euryalus, Revenge and Victory, all the while battling to survive the storm that was blowing in from the south west. On the morning of the 26 October 1805, Lapenotiere received written orders from Collingwood to sail for Plymouth with the dispatches. At noon the same day, Lapenotiere and Pickle departed for England but his voyage was to be challenging to say the least. For the next seven days Pickle battled through stormy seas and, with her pumps blocked, the crew were reduced to forming a human chain in order to bale with buckets. On October 31st, with continuing gale force winds Lapenotiere ordered four of his 12 pounder carronades to be Part No Length: 565mm Width: 180mm Height: 460mm thrown overboard in an attempt to keep the schooner from being swallowed by the sea. November 2nd brought weather of the opposite extreme, but still no rest for the crew. With calm seas and no wind the sweeps had to be employed just to keep Pickle heading toward England. On 4th November 1805 Pickle finally reached Falmouth were Lapenotiere landed at shore in Pickle s boat. From this point Lapenotiere set off on his now famous post chaise using at least 21 changes of horses to travel more than 270 miles in 37 hours and costing 46.19s.1d, more than six months wages for a Lieutenant. Lapenotiere reached his goal of the Admiralty at around 1am on the 6th November and announced to William Marsden, First Secretary to the Admiralty, Sir, we have gained a great victory, but we have lost Lord Nelson.
26 HERITAGE SERIES ~ HM SCHOONER PICKLE Kit includes: Double plank on bulkhead construction in lime and walnut; all decking in high quality Tanganyika strip; 6 x 12pdr turned brass carronades, fully rigged and complete with walnut carriage assemblies; detailed etched brass components; ship s boats in high quality resin with walnut components and brass fittings including oars, grapnels and boat hooks; precision CNC cut and profiled walnut and ply components; brass nameplate; all required blocks, black & natural hemp to rig the model as shown; high quality birch dowel for the masting; fully detailed actual scale plans and two comprehensive step by step colour instruction manuals including constructional photos of the prototype and technical drawings.
27 KRICK ~ ALERT Part No. K20240 Scale: 1:24 Length: 876mm Width: 360mm Height: 695mm Alert is one of many cutters built in the early 1800's to aid the curtailing of smuggling. The cutter was an extremely fast ship, with its sleek hull and vast amount of sail, it could out run any other craft. The kit is laser cut throughout and is of double plank on bulkhead construction in lime and with scale width walnut. Deck planking is also of scale width, seven thicknesses of black and natural hemp are included, as are all walnut blocks, turned wooden barrels, cannon shot, carronade and fittings in cast metal and brass. Extremely detailed plans and drawings show all stages of constructoin along with a comprehensive instruction manual. A seperately available sail set contains pre-stitched sails, Part No. K61911.
28 KRICK ~ GULNARA Part No. K20250 Scale: 1:50 Length: 1060mm Width: 260mm Height: 575mm Gulnara is a perfect example of the transition from sail to steam, making this model an interesting and unusual subject. As with most ships of this period, she was built in England in She was bought by the Sardinian Navy for escort and mail duties. The kit features CNC cut keel and bulkheads. Double plank on bulkhead construction in lime and walnut. Deck planking, brass funnel davits and stanchions. Photo etched brass funnel top and shroud straps, all necessary cordage in black and natural hemp, walnut blocks, deadeyes, silk flags, wood dowel, cast stern windows, anchors and figurehead. Very detailed full size plans and comprehensive instructions are included. Sail sets are pre-stitched and available seperately, Part No. K KRICK ~ KARL AND MARIE Part No. K20200 Scale: 1:40 Length: 795mm Width: 145mm Height: 580mm Karl and Marie is a typical German freight boat which were built from the 18th century for use in the East sea. This type of boat is called the Galeasses, but was nothing to do with the Mediterranean Galeasses. The wide hull allows for a large cargo and was extremely stable but not very fast. This kit is ideal for an introduction into the world of plank on frame building, producing a fine looking model. All building problems are solved by the use of very detailed building plans, drawings and an instruction manual especially for the beginner. All parts are laser cut, double planking material is included and the accessories are of wood or brass etchings. Sail set sold seperately, Part No. K61910.
29 ADMIRALTY PAINTS, STAINS, VARNISHES & GLUES Admiralty Paints from Caldercraft are a new brand of paints specifically designed for modellers and the first range in this brand of paint has been designed specifically for 17th / 18th / 19th Century Man of War colours. This range of scale paints has been colour matched to the Admiralty colours, as still used on HMS Victory in Portsmouth. All colours available as both enamel and waterbased. Current available colours and their applications (Add W for waterbased, leave off for enamel): Part Number Name Application AP9105(W) Dull Black For hulls and general fittings AP9106(W) Matt (Metal) Black For all ironwork AP9110(W) Dull White Applied as a single rough coat is ideal for whitewash effects AP9111(W) Matt White For hulls and decoration AP9115(W) Yellow Ochre Authentic colour for hulls and fittings AP9116(W) Red Ochre Authentic colour for bulwarks and fittings AP9117(W) French Blue Authentic colour for decoration AP9118(W) Olive Green Authentic colour for ships boat decoration AP9119(W) Wood (Walnut) Brown For general fittings AP9120(W) Matt Flesh For figureheads and decoration AP9125(W) Gold / Brass For fittings and decoration AP9126(W) Copper For fittings and tidying copper plating AP9205 Metal Primer For priming metal components before painting, eg. brass etch Admiralty Stains from Caldercraft are a new brand of waterbased stains specifically designed for modellers. The first stain available in this range is Walnut and is for staining light wood to walnut (in our kits this is specifically for staining the birch dowel masts, spars etc.). Part Number Name Application AS9105 Walnut For staining masts and spars Admiralty Varnishes from Caldercraft are a new brand of waterbased varnishes specifically designed for modellers Part Number Name Application AV9105 Flat Matt Seals the wood without changing the physical appearance, adds no colour or shine AV9110 Matt Seals the wood and brings out the colour, adding warmth but with very little shine AV9115 Satin Matt Seals the wood and brings out the colour with a slight shine (sometimes referred to as eggshell) Admiralty Glues from Caldercraft are a range of Standard and Professional glues for modellers. Part Number Name Application AG9101 Standard Thin Standard glues are high grade cyanoacrylates (super glue) that bond in a AG9102 Standard Medium matter of seconds through the process of evaporation. Ideal for all general AG9103 Standard Thick model requirements. The thicker the glue, the stronger the bond! AG9101P Professional Thin Professional glues are high grade industrial strength cyanoacrylates that AG9102P Professional Medium bond instantly. Ideal for joints, under strain, that have to stay bonded and AG9103P Professional Thick stand the test of time. The thicker the glue, the stronger the bond!
30 CALDERCRAFT ~ STRIP WOOD, FITTINGS & ACCESSORIES All Caldercraft wood is manufactured in our in-house wood processing plant. Benefits of this are evident in our strip wood as all but the very thin 0.5mm strip are now saw cut rather than knife cut. This results in strip wood with clean, straight and accurate edges with none of the lint associated with knife cut woods. We manufacture 1m lengths of walnut, mahogany, lime, maple, tanganyika and pear strip wood in 0.5mm, 1.0mm, 1.5mm and 2.0mm thicknesses and widths from1mm to 10mm and 100mm sheets. Please see price list for current sizes available. We also now manufacture all of our own specialty ply woods, walnut, mahogany etc. This means that unlike most manufacturers who use a cheap centre packer of boxwood or similar which is then faced with walnut, all of our ply woods are manufactured using three sheets of identical material i.e. walnut centres and walnut facing. This results in plywood which appears less like a standard ply (with it s off colour centre) and more like a solid wood. We are also the largest stockist of static ship fittings and rigging accessories in the UK. This includes, single and double blocks both available in 3mm, 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 7mm & 10mm in both natural & walnut, Walnut Deadeyes available in 2.5mm, 3.5mm, 5mm & 7mm, and various sizes of violin blocks, triple blocks, sister blocks, heart blocks & ramshead blocks. To compliment our range of blocks, we also stock rigging thread in both natural or black available in 0.10mm, 0.25mm, 0.50mm, 0.75mm, 1.00mm, 1.30mm, 1.70mm, 1.80mm, 2.00mm, & 2.50mm. Brass wire is available in 0.50mm, 0.70mm, 1.00mm & 1.50mm and we also stock various profiles of brass decorative strips in 1m lengths. Brass flat headed pins, brass dome headed pins, 0.30mm brass etched eyelets, 0.50mm copper eyelets, turned brass buckets, copper plates in both 1:64 and 1:72 scale, walnut belaying pins, various sizes of water/gunpowder barrels, grating sets, wooden pillars, columns and staircase balusters our list of fittings goes on, and even includes a ships stove! As well as the more general fittings we stock turned brass cannon barrels and carriage sets including 0.5pdr swivel guns, 4pdr, 9pdr, 12pdr (long, medium & short), 18pdr, & 36pdr cannon from circa 1750 & 1790 also 2.0mm & 2.5mm cannon balls and much more!
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