HMS Agamemnon, a 64 gun ship launched in 1781. The hull is cast in resin, masts and spars etc are cast in white metal with brass etched ratlines. Brass etched sails are available as an extra item, see MTc11. The kit comes with assembly instructions and sail template.
Agamemnon was one of Sir Thomas Slade’s Ardent class and was launched in 1781. This class proved to be fast and weatherly. Although considered too weak for the line of battle by the 1790s, this class still fought in nearly all the major battles of the period, indeed when under the command of Nelson the Agamemnon harried the Ca Ira, a French 80, for several hours causing sufficient damage that she was captured.
HMS Temeraire, 98 gun, 2nd rate ship of the Neptune class. Kit now has a resin cast hull, brass-etched ratlines, white metal cast masts, spars etc and comes with assembly instructions and sail template. Brass etched sails are an optional extra, see MTC05.
Constitution, 44 guns, frigate of the American navy. Active in the 1812 war capturing Guerriere 38 and Java 38. Kit is cast in white metal with etched brass ratlines, assembly instructions and sail template. Etched brass sails are available as an optional extra, see MTC11.
Kit contains resin cast hull, metal cast masts, spars, lifeboats, anchors etc plus brass etched ratlines, assembly instructions and sails template. Brass etched sails not included but are available as an extra see MTC05. HMS Victory, 1st Rate, probably the most famous warship of the Napoleonic period, every British fleet should have one.