The U-Boat Type VII is probably the most well known submarine ever built. Over 1000 were built and used world wide and in its time it set many standards and became very successful. Its elegant and sleek lines make this an attractive model for either static display or a working model.
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.
Alert US Cutter 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.
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.
Anna Open Steam Launch with steam engine is the ideal for introduction to steam sailing. The hull is vacuum formed ABS, all timber work is CNC cut making this a very easy model to construct, the figure and fenders are additional accessories.
The Felix Hamburg Harbour Launch is a scale model of a Hamburg harbour launch of the 1960's. Used as a working and transport boat, they are often used to ferry visitors around the harbour.
The Lisa M Motor Yacht is a typical motor yacht similar to the ones you would find in most ports and Marinas worldwide. It has a classical and elegant design with good performance.
Nordstrand Trawler Yacht is a freelance model of a fishing yacht. With a vacuum formed ABS hull and superstructure, die-cut timber and plastic parts and fittings.
The motor vessel Grimmershorn was built in 1956/57 by Hansa Stahlund Schiffbau GmbH at Koln-Deutz for the Waterways and Shipping Administration at Cuxhaven. Her Daimler-Benz four stroke diesel engine had an output of 500hp. permitting a speed of 11.5 knots.
Sirius was based on an original Shrimp cutter stationed at Dorum, a small port just North of Bremerhaven. The model ship kit comprises of a one piece vacuum formed ABS hull, a fittings set including the winch which is manufactured in brass as is the majority of fittings.
The Borkum Island Suppy Vessel is a typical North Sea island supply vessel from around the turn of the century. This model ship is ideal for customising to your own taste using special accessories like freight, tools or passengers.
With the Alexandra Steam Launch we have managed to create a typical steam launch from the beginning of the century. The slim hull shape reminds us of this time that brought us so many elegant boats.
Built in 1912 by Messers Simson Strickland & Co. the Victoria Steam River Launch epitomizes the era of steam at the beginning of the 20th Century with the enclosed cockpit and open deck to show the steam plant in all its glory.