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Roter Lowe Dutch Galleon 1597 - 1:55 Scale - MV19
Roter Lowe Dutch Galleon 1597 - 1:55 Scale - MV19
Ref: 7464
Plank on frame hull construction (double planked)
Scale 1:55
Length 720mm

The galleon Roter Löwe was built in the Netherlands in the 1597 and was bought in 1601 by the Council of Königsberg on account of the Elector of Brandenburg. It was in service as a vedette-boat n Pillau from 1602 to 1605 under captain Peter Hintze’s command. The sizes of the Roter Löwe are unknown, however, on the ground of the tonnage of 240tons and the construction methods at that time, it was possible to reconstruct a ship having a length of 28 metres from prow to stern and a width of about 8 metres. Equipment: 12 iron guns on the lower deck - 4 guns to launch stone balls on the deck and 2 other for the retreat - 4 culverins. Crew: estimated at 30 hands.

Price:283.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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HMS Beagle, Darwins Brig 1820 - 1:64 Scale - MV20
HMS Beagle, Darwins Brig 1820 - 1:64 Scale - MV20
Ref: 7465
Plank on frame hull construction (double planked)
Scale 1:64
Length 645mm

H.M.S. Beagle was built around 1817. Class: barque. Length: approx. 28 m. Equipped: 8 guns (before the transformation). Used at first as coasting vessel, it was subsequently equipped for scientific observation which led it across the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans to the most distant lands. A mizzen-mast was added, so that the ship could be more easily steered along the coral-reefs of the Pacific islands, thus transforming Beagle in a barque. Because of the peaceful aims of the expeditions the guns were removed. 27th December 1831: Beagle sailed from Plymouth, England for a long exploration voyage with one of the most famous scientist on board, Charles Darwin who, through various experiences and acute observations gathered during the voyage elaborated his famous theory of evolution.

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Sao Miguel 16th Century Carrack - 1:54 Scale - MV21
Sao Miguel 16th Century Carrack - 1:54 Scale - MV21
Ref: 7466
Three-masted carrack. Length of the hull: approx. 35 m. Height from the top of the mast to the keel: approx. 30 m. The prints of that name and the documents found in the historical archives of the naval museum of Barcelona allowed the reconstruction of the Ship’s plans, which takes its stand between the medieval merchant ship and the galleon, classifiable for its particular structures of the forecastle and quarterdeck among the carracks. Probably around 1519 in took part in an important expedition, which led Fernando Cortez to conquer Mexico. The outer galleries, one of which is a balcony, the apartments under the small quarterdeck, the superstructures of the decks providing the installation of awnings for protection against the sun, clearly indicate that they were employed for the transport of passengers of high class. Characteristics of this ship are the escutcheons at prow, painted with bright colours and having merely a decoration function.

Plank on frame hull construction (double planked)
Scale 1:54
Length 843mm

Price:297.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Blue Shadow American Brig 1778 - 1:64 Scale - MV22
Blue Shadow American Brig 1778 - 1:64 Scale - MV22
Ref: 7467
The brig Blue Shadow was built in 1778 for the America Navy. Equipped with 12 guns, it is characterized by the very high masting and by the amount of sails, in addition to the classic one, formed by the studding-sail and by the top-gallant studding-sail, both on the main and on the fore mast.

Plank on frame hull construction (double planked)
Scale 1:64
Length 695mm

Price:149.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli L'Orenoque French Frigate 1848 - 1:100 Scale - MV23
Mamoli L'Orenoque French Frigate 1848 - 1:100 Scale - MV23
Ref: 7468
L’Orenoque was one of the first French frigates with mixed propulsion sail-steam built in 1848. It displaced 2568 tons. Although it was provided with a mechanical propulsion advanced in conception, it kept the typical masting of the frigates if that time. Scarcely armed, it was used in particular to transport troops. The richness of the superstructures, reproduced with refined performance and faithful scale, the characteristic paddle-wheels and the classic masting give the model a new and original look.

Plank on frame hull construction (double planked)
Scale 1:100
Length 835mm


Price:300.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Friesland 80 Gun Dutch Vessel 1663 - 1:75 Scale - MV24
Friesland 80 Gun Dutch Vessel 1663 - 1:75 Scale - MV24
Ref: 7469
Friesland was a second rank vessel with 80 guns built around 1663, part of the great fleet of the United Provinces of Holland, consisting of 1700 units. In 1672, sided by 77 vessels under De Ruyter’s command, on board of the admiral-ship “Zeven Provincen”, it took part in the battle of Solebay with the allied Anglo-French forces. The reconstruction has been carried out on the ground of a reliable Dutch documentation. The model distinguishes itself for the particular refinement of the poop decorations and of the superstructures of the decks.

Plank on frame hull construction (double planked)
Scale 1:75
Length 775mm

Price:481.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli Marseille French Schooner 1764 - 1:64 Scale - MV25
Mamoli Marseille French Schooner 1764 - 1:64 Scale - MV25
Ref: 7470
Marseille is a 1764 French schooner. Reconstruction carried out on original drawings of that time of a ship meant for shooting training. Equipped with 24 three-pound guns mounted on a special gun-carriage fixed on the board-side and with other 2 guns of retreat of the same gauge. Characteristic are the 2 six-pound fighting guns equipped with a gun-carriage without wheels sliding on a special guide free with a rotation of 180 degrees. Used as gunners training-ship.

Plank on frame hull construction (double planked)
Scale 1:64
Length 803mm

Price:167.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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America 1851 - 1:66 Scale- MV26
America 1851 - 1:66 Scale- MV26
Ref: 7471
The schooner America was designed by George Steers and built in William Brown’s shipyard in 1851. Its name is still the most important and celebrated in the history of world yachting. America under Dick Brown’s command, pilot from New York, set out for England in June 1851 to take part in the regatta which was to be held on the 22nd of August around the isle of Wight, without any compensation for difference in tonnage or rigging. The prize offered was a 100 guinea cup. America carried off an overwhelming victory over the English squadron. When it appeared, America presented remarkable novelties in the form of the hull, above all where the water lines and main section were concerned, the latter pulled back in comparison with the hulls of that time. Besides that it had a low draught, refined lines, a light displacement and a new cut of sails, remarkably thinner and made of a cotton fabric.

Plank on frame hull construction (double planked)
Scale 1:66
Length 790mm


Price:152.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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HMS Victory. Nelson's Flagship - 1:150 Scale - MV27
HMS Victory. Nelson's Flagship - 1:150 Scale - MV27
Ref: 7472
The first rank vessel H.M.S. Victory, with 104 guns, was launched at Chatham in 1765. It was in service for a long time under the command of famous admirals. Its name was indissolubly tied to Nelson’s in the battle of Trafalgar in 1805. It is the boast of the of the English Navy and is still preserved at Portsmouth.The choice of the scale 1:90 in the reconstruction of such an important model offers the twofold advantage to adopt planning solutions open even to the less experienced modeller and to construct without excessive difficulties a compact model. Large use has been made of precious wood moulded according to the form requested by the original. The molten metal port-holes allow a perfect execution of the openings for the guns and it is not necessary to bore the planking. No plastic or plastic wood parts are used. The structure of the quarter-deck is all wood and on it are applied various molten metal decorations.

Plank on frame hull construction (double planked)
Scale 1:150
Length 654mm


Price:260.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Royal Yacht Mary - 1:54 Scale - MV28
Royal Yacht Mary - 1:54 Scale - MV28
Ref: 7473
The Yacht Mary was built in the Netherlands and was presented to Prince Charles Stuard by the town of Amsterdam on the occasion of his proclamation to King of England. It is considered the prototype of the pleasure-boats. The reconstruction of the model has been helped by a picture of Van der Velde and by archaeological remains come to light in the last years where the ship was wrecked. The model is therefore most trustworthy and is structurally identical, as far as the constructive process, is concerned, in comparison with the other bigger models of ours. It is particularly rich of precious, molten decorations for which exclusive pieces made by a renowned sculptor have been used.


Scale 1:54
Length 483mm
Height 479mm

Price:174.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli Il Leudo Mediterranean Cargo Boat - 1:32 Scale - MV29
Mamoli Il Leudo Mediterranean Cargo Boat - 1:32 Scale - MV29
Ref: 7474
The origin of the Leudo are rather uncertain. According to suppositions probably having a content of truth, the Leudo comes from a type of medieval boat with two masts inclined towards the prow with lateen sails. It should afterwards have lost the foremast, replaced by a bowsprit with jibs, making the manoeuvres easier. The hull has a characteristic egg shape with a very accentuated bending weather conditions, unbearable even for stronger hulls. It was a cargo concerns - hardware - agricultural tools - hand-manufactured goods and cloths in the Mediterranean Sea.

Scale 1:32
Length 652mm
Height 441mm

Price:140.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli Golden Hind, Sir Francis Drakes Galleon - 1:53 Scale - MV30
Mamoli Golden Hind, Sir Francis Drakes Galleon - 1:53 Scale - MV30
Ref: 7475
The Golden Hind took its name from the golden figure appearing on the coat-of-arms of Lord C.C. Hatton’s family, who financed Sir Francis Drake’s circumnavigation of the globe.
On the 13th of December 1577 Sir Francis Drake, on board the galleon Golden Hind, together with another four ships. Set out on the most famous voyage of English naval history. After crossing with difficulty the Magellan Straits, owing to the dreadful storms in which two of the ships were wrecked, he moored into the port of Valparaiso. Afterwards he followed the coasts of Chile and Peru plundering Spanish ships and ports and catching an enormous loot. He then went up as far as California, probably trying to discover the so long searched North-West passage. He continued his voyage in the direction of the Moluccas and Java, doubled the Cape of Good Hope and returned to England after three years, completing his voyage around the world.

Scale 1:53
Length 496mm
Height 408mm

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USS Constitution 54 Gun Frigate 1797 - 1:93 Scale - MV31
USS Constitution 54 Gun Frigate 1797 - 1:93 Scale - MV31
Ref: 7476
U.S.S. Constitution, American frigate with 54 guns, was launched on 21st of October 1797. It had bigger dimensions, sails and equipment than the contemporary ships of the same class. Its strong construction earned it’s the name of “Old Ironsides”. It was protagonist of various episodes of naval battles, the most famous of which was the victory over the English frigate “Guerriere” on the 19th August 1812, during the war against Great Britain. It was afterwards transformed into a training-ship and underwent various modifications. At present, anchored in the Navy’s shipyard of Boston, it is used as a naval museum. In this model we employed the usual metal port-holes allowing a perfect copy of the openings for the guns without boring the planking. The bottom of the hull is sheathed with plates, as in the original, giving the model a highly realistic look.

Scale 1:93
Length 973mm
Height 667mm

Price:384.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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USS Constitution Cross Section - 1:93 Scale - MV32
USS Constitution Cross Section - 1:93 Scale - MV32
Ref: 7477
Mid ship section of the model of U.S.S. Constitution reproducing in detail the inside of the trupe ship launched in the second half of the XVIII century. Structure consisting in 10 half-frames, whose assembly is simplified by special tools supplied in the box. Inside and outside planking, sheathing of the bottom with plates as in the original.

Scale 1:93
Height 667mm

Price:126.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Gretel 18th Century Pleasure Yacht - 1:54 Scale - MV33
Gretel 18th Century Pleasure Yacht - 1:54 Scale - MV33
Ref: 7478
Built around the middle of the XVIII century from a drawing by Frederik Af Chapman, Gretel is a wonderful example of a pleasure-boat of that time. The interesting plan of sails granted certainly a good speed to the hull. The model we obtained presents no difficulty to curry out. The constructive plans in fact are quite similar to those studied for hulls with bigger sizes. In consideration of the various sorts of wood employed and the richness and elegance of the decorations, the model is fit to be left without any painting.

Scale 1:54
Length 410mm
Height 355mm

Price:78.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli La Gloire French Frigate 1778  - 1:90 Scale - MV34
Mamoli La Gloire French Frigate 1778 - 1:90 Scale - MV34
Ref: 7479
Classic frigate, belonging to the French Navy at the end of the XVIII century. Equipped with 26 12-pound guns on the battery deck, besides 4 6-pound guns and 4 carronades of the main deck. La Gloire was planned by the shipbuilding engineer Guignace, and was launched at St.Malo in 1778. The model is the reproduction, scale 1:90, of the ship during the first year of navigation, with the bottom painted white. One year later, in June 1779, like with many other ships, the submerged part of the hull was sheathed with copper plates to protect it from corrosion.

Scale 1:90
Length 840mm
Height 635mm

Price:281.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli Hunter 12 Gun English Cutter 1797 - 1:72 Scale - MV35
Mamoli Hunter 12 Gun English Cutter 1797 - 1:72 Scale - MV35
Ref: 7480
The Hunter is a well equipped cutter, built for the British Navy in many, more or less similar copies, in the second half of the seventeenth century, to face the smugglers, who, incidentally, were the first to use this type of ship (it seems that the English shipyards built them in couples: one for the smugglers and one for the Customs…). Of course the Hunter was used also as coast-guard and for military functions of port survey, scout, warning and so on. From these cutters derived, towards the end of the nineteenth century, the sports boats and those meant for the regattas. The model reproduces, to a scale of 1:72, a cutter built towards 1797. It is equipped with 12 guns and several culverins.

Scale 1:72
Length 440mm
Height 635mm

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Rattlesnake American Privateer 1779 - 1:64 Scale - MV36
Rattlesnake American Privateer 1779 - 1:64 Scale - MV36
Ref: 7481
The privateer ship Rattlesnake was built at Plymouth, Massachusetts, in 1779 or 1780, allegedly to designs by John Peck. At various times it carried from 14 to 20 guns and its complement consisted of 85 men. It was captured off the American coasts in 1781 by the British 44-gun ship Assurance. It was taken to England, where it was renamed Cormorant and its lines were drawn. With its reduced dead rise and its very sharp fore lines the Rattlesnake must have been very fast. It had a detached forecastle and quarterdeck, linked by removable gangways, unshipped during the battles.

Scale 1:64
Length 697mm
Height 463mm

Price:218.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli Halifax 6 Gun English Schooner 1768 - 1:54 Scale - MV37
Mamoli Halifax 6 Gun English Schooner 1768 - 1:54 Scale - MV37
Ref: 7482
Born as packet-boat, Halifax was purchased in17658 by the Royal Navy and transformed at Portsmouth into a typical colonial schooner of the time. These alterations included raising the cabin platform to obtain more storage space below, elevating the bulwarks with openings for the 6 guns and building a new railing with 6 culverins. The outer changes made to the hull as well as to masting and rigging altered deeply the original aspect. The sources concerning the life of this ship are extremely contradictory. It sailed prevailingly along the American coasts in a rather complex period of history of this country.

Scale 1:54
Length 590mm
Height 460mm

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Mamoli Le Coureur French Lugger 1776 - 1:54 Scale - MV38
Mamoli Le Coureur French Lugger 1776 - 1:54 Scale - MV38
Ref: 7483
The lugger was a kind of ship used by the French pirates of the Revolution and of the Empire. It is a type of ship equipped as a “bragozzo”, with 3 masts, a very long bowsprit, several jibs, topsails and some foretopsails. It was built by the Denys de Dunkerque and launched in 1776. The career of this ship was short because it was captured by the English on 17th June 1778 during a battle, reminded famous, between the frigate La Belle Poule and the frigate Arethusa. After two hours’ battle and a vain attempt of boarding, shot a dozen times at the water line, with 3 men dead and 7 mortally wounded, it surrenders. The destiny of the ship after it was captured by the English is badly known. Was it taken back by the French in 1782 as stated by some authors? Was it captured by the Americans off Terranova in 1780?

Scale 1:54
Length 820mm
Height 650mm

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Mamoli HMS Bounty - 1:64 Scale - MV39
Mamoli HMS Bounty - 1:64 Scale - MV39
Ref: 7484
The name of the Bounty, frigate of the British Navy, is indissolubly tied to its captain’s Bligh and to vicissitudes which caused the crew to mutiny. The ship set out Spit head in December 1787, final destination Tahiti. On the return voyage, owing to the strict discipline imposed by the captain, which clashed with the idle stay in Tahiti, a certain discontent began to spread through the crew and it soon turned into a mutiny. Christian Fletcher, the boatswain, took command of the ship and forced Bligh to embark on a life-boat with 18 still faithful men. After a dangerous navigation for more than 4000 miles, Bligh reached the isle of Timor and afterwards England. The Bounty went back to Tahiti where part of the crew landed. Then it sailed for the Pitcairn Isle where Fletcher and the remaining men settled. Only 20 years later the group landed in Tahiti was captured and tried by the English Court-martial. Only three seamen where condemned, while the others were acquitted.

Scale 1:64
Length 610mm
Height 465mm

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Mamoli Royal Louis French 120 Gun Vessel 1779 - 1:90 Scale - MV40
Mamoli Royal Louis French 120 Gun Vessel 1779 - 1:90 Scale - MV40
Ref: 7485
The Royal Louis was a 3-deck vessel with 120 guns. Its captain was a Squadron Admiral. It was one of the most powerful first-rank vessels belonging to the French Royal Navy at the time. Our model represents the Royal Louis according to the plans of 1779, when it was admiral-ship of the blue and white Squadron, being part of the American Squadron, also called Earl Estaing’s. Our kit is particularly rich in accessories and decorations. Whoever knows how complex are the deck’s superstructures of this ship, can easily understand the problems we had to solve in order not to alter the real image. The several molten decorations of the transom are made precious by veneer insertions of precious wood. Thanks to the particular structure of the ship, the reproduction accuracy is such that, through a window of the stern balconies, it is possible to catch a glimpse of the complete inside deck’s dressing.

Scale 1:90
Length 1080mm
Height 830mm


Price:662.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli Flying Cloud American Clipper 1820 - 1:96 Scale - MV41
Mamoli Flying Cloud American Clipper 1820 - 1:96 Scale - MV41
Ref: 7486
The clipper appears in the U.S.A. about 1820. It is the last stage in the evolution of the sailing ship and it satisfied the demand of the American merchant class, who has realized that the future of trade is on the sea. The American builder create quite a new ship, without imitating schemes and models of the old continent and they obtain immediately such results as to influence the world shipyards techniques. Flying Cloud, the masterpiece of builder Donald McKay, was built at East Boston in 1851. It acquired a high reputation during the “Gold Rush” in California, making the passage from New York to San Francisco in the record time of 88 days, 22 hours and 30 minutes, never equalled so far.

Scale 1:96
Length 940mm
Height 610mm

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Mamoli Santa Maria. The Columbus Flagship 1492 - 1:50 Scale - MV42
Mamoli Santa Maria. The Columbus Flagship 1492 - 1:50 Scale - MV42
Ref: 7487
What were the ships of the great discovery of the New World like? Tradition always speaks of three caravels, a sort of swift ship with a light hull, several masts and sorts of sails. Scholars advise that, in reality, Columbu’s fleet consisted of 2 caravels, Nina and Pinta, and of a “Nao”, Santa Maria, a sort of boat with 3 masts, 2 square sails and a lateen one, provided with a foredeck, that makes it rather belonging to the class of the carracks. However, the small sizes of Santa Maria must not deceive: the strong construction, together with the nautical knowledge of the time and with the perception of the great sailor allowed such a great enterprise. 1492, a historical date known all over the world.

Scale 1:50
Length 780mm
Height 578mm

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Mamoli Puritan American Sloop - 1:50 Scale -MV43
Mamoli Puritan American Sloop - 1:50 Scale -MV43
Ref: 7488
Planned by Edward Burgess, the Puritan was a sloop of little less than 30 meters with a good width and the sliding keel which is characteristic of the American boats of that class - In 1885, under Captain Aubrey Crocker’s command, she defended the America’s Cup against the English cutter Genesta, winning in only two races.

Scale 1:50
Length 870mm
Height 940mm



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Mamoli Britannia Racing Yacht 1893 - 1:64 Scale - MV44
Mamoli Britannia Racing Yacht 1893 - 1:64 Scale - MV44
Ref: 7489
Designed by G.L. Watson, the yacht Britannia was built at the request of Edward II, Prince of Wales at that time. It is considered by the English the most important and representative racing yacht of that time. It is difficult to conceive a drawing that makes its lines be considered old-fashioned. This is the type of hull whose beauty is evident at first sight. The quality of the construction standed up to the time. The rigging, on the contrary underwent all those modifications that science and the yachts fashion suggested. Britannia keeps an exceptional record of victories.

Scale 1:64
Length 760mm
Height 960mm

Price:185.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli HMS Portsmouth English Brig 1796 - 1:64 Scale - MV45
Mamoli HMS Portsmouth English Brig 1796 - 1:64 Scale - MV45
Ref: 7490
Built in 1796, the English Brig “Portsmouth” was a typical example of a commercial unit adapted for private ring activity and legalized it with the so-called “mark-letters” or “reprisal-letters” granted to anyone who was able, privately, to arm a vessel and to recruit a crew.

Scale 1:64
Length 695mm
height 550mm

Price:156.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli HMS Endeavour Bark 1768 - 1:100 Scale - MV47
Mamoli HMS Endeavour Bark 1768 - 1:100 Scale - MV47
Ref: 7173
James Cook, the great discoverer of the Pacific region , was born in 1728 as the son of a farmer. Over a number of years he acquired seamanlike experience and in 1755 joined the British Royal Fleet where he made it to the rank of a “master” within a short period of time. In 1768 he was handed over the command of a scientific exploration trip to the South Pacific. The ship to be used for this project was the “Endeavour”, which was a remodelled brig. Its solid structure made it extremely seaworthy. In order to accommodate a group of astronomers and scientists the vessel was modified considerably. The Endeavour left Plymouth with direction of Cape Horn and reached its port of destination, Tahiti in April 1769. After completion of the necessary scientific studies Cook went on towards New Zealand, where he remained until the end of March 1770, 2400 miles of coastline were recorded.

Scale 1:100
Length 420mm
Height 360mm

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Mamoli Black Prince American Privateer - 1:57 Scale - MV46
Mamoli Black Prince American Privateer - 1:57 Scale - MV46
Ref: 7172
During the Revolutionary War (1774 - 76) private vessels (privateers) were commissioned by the colonial rebel government to prey on British commerce everywhere and to capture, when possible, British ship. At the time of the Revolutionary War, Benjamin Franklin was ambassador to France. He allowed to buy French built corsairs through an important ship broker. These corsairs were the predecessors of the Baltimore Clippers. The ships were painted black so as to be nearly invisible at night. They were named Black Prince and Black Princess. The crew were Portuguese seamen but captained by an American. They preyed on the British trade in English coastal waters and for over a year nearly destroyed Britain’s trade with the rest of the world.

Scale 1:57
Length 520mm
Height 350mm

Price:95.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli Lexington 1775 - 1:100 Scale - MV48
Mamoli Lexington 1775 - 1:100 Scale - MV48
Ref: 7491
The Lexington belonged to a small fleet of merchant ships, which were hastily converted into war ship in Philadelphia in 1775/77 during the war against England. Under captain John Barry’s command the Lexington was successfully engaged in battle on April 7th, 1776 against the corvette Edward. During the same year the Lexington was captured by the British frigate Pearl. The crew recaptured the boat again in a daring action and returned it to Baltimore. During the following year the Lexington sailed to France and, together with other ships, took part in various battles in the Bay of Biscay, the English channel and the Irish coast. A number of English ships were captured. On September 20th, 1777 on its return trip from France the Lexington was captured by the English cutter Alert. After a fight of more than three hours the Lexington ran out of ammunition and had to surrender. Thus at least the lives of the crew, already decimated by enemy fire, were saved.

Scale 1:100
Length 430mm
Height 390mm

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Mamoli Mayflower Pilgrim Fathers Ship - 1:70 Scale - MV49
Mamoli Mayflower Pilgrim Fathers Ship - 1:70 Scale - MV49
Ref: 7492
During 1609 the Pilgrim Fathers, members of the English separatist church in contrast with the national church caused by their strong religious conviction, they moved in the Low Countries to escape from the threat of the imprisonment. Decided to start up a new religious and civilized community, they chose to emigrate in the New World. On board of the Mayflower, minor galleon of three mast displacing 180 tons, in the 1620 they joined the coasts of Virginia where they ratified with the “Mayflower Contact” the constitution of a real state, the first nucleus of the United States of America.

Scale 1:70
Length 480mm
Height 400mm

Price:135.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli Newport Baltimore Clipper - 1:57 Scale - MV50
Mamoli Newport Baltimore Clipper - 1:57 Scale - MV50
Ref: 7493
At the beginning of the 19th century in America numerous vessels with racy lines have been built. They were very fast and easy to head: the famous clippers of Baltimore. They were either busy as coast-guard coping with illegal smugglers or real pirates, or used for escort vessels and troopships.

Scale 1:57
Length 520mm
Height 350mm

Price:97.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli Catalina Dutch Pleasure Yacht 1876 - 1:35 Scale - MV51
Mamoli Catalina Dutch Pleasure Yacht 1876 - 1:35 Scale - MV51
Ref: 7494
The first Lemster barges were built in 1876 in the shipyard “Gebr. De Boer” in Lemmer, Fiesland. The Lemster barge originally was a fishing vessel for use on the Northern part of the then sill open Zuiderzee, where during wind against tide often very foul seas developed. Therefore the ship was designed to be very seaworthy and she had very good sail-make the Lemster barge one of the best and beautiful Dutch round sailing yachts.

Scale 1:35
Length 570mm
height 485mm

Price:125.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli HMS Bounty - 1:100 Scale - MV52
Mamoli HMS Bounty - 1:100 Scale - MV52
Ref: 7495
The name of the Bounty, frigate of the British Navy, is indissolubly tied to its captain's Bligh and to vicissitudes which caused the crew to mutiny. The ship set out Spit head in December 1787, final destination Tahiti. On the return voyage, owing to the strict discipline imposed by the captain, which clashed with the idle stay in Tahiti, a certain discontent began to spread through the crew and it soon turned into a mutiny. Christian Fletcher, the boatswain, took command of the ship and forced Bligh to embark on a life-boat with 18 still faithful men. After a dangerous navigation for more than 4000 miles, Bligh reached the isle of Timor and afterwards England. The Bounty went back to Tahiti where part of the crew landed. Then it sailed for the Pitcairn Isle where Fletcher and the remaining men settled. Only 20 years later the group landed in Tahiti was captured and tried by the English Court-martial. Only three seamen where condemned, while the others were acquitted.

Scale 1:100
Length 480mm
Height 378mm


Price:131.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli CSS Alabama Sloop of War 1862 - 1:120 Scale - MV53
Mamoli CSS Alabama Sloop of War 1862 - 1:120 Scale - MV53
Ref: 7496
CSS Alabama,the most famous ship of the American Civil War,was a steam and sail sloop-of-war built for the Confederacy in 1862 by John Laird Sons & Co.in Liverpool,England.Under Captain Raphael Seames CSS Alabama engaged Union ships in the North Atlantic and the West Indies doing immense damage to the Union's maritime trade.After leaving Cherbourg, France,where she had docked for repairs/CSS Alabama was assaulted by Kearsage.Although CSS Alabama fired more rounds than her heavily armoured opponent she lost the battle and was sunk off of Cherbourg.

Scale 1:120
Length 694mm
Height 347mm

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Mamoli Jenny Star class Yacht 1911 - 1:12 Scale - MV54
Mamoli Jenny Star class Yacht 1911 - 1:12 Scale - MV54
Ref: 7497
The Star was created in 1911 from lines drawn by William Gardner. Among monotype ships this one had appropriate measurements and ideal proportions. The most famous of helmsmen took a liking to the yacht and thus made it popular all over the world. Over 9000 of this craft have been built in the past 90 years. It is still Olympic class. Every sea and lake port vaunts the mooring of a Star, with its unmistakable lengthening line became at last familiar. Also the MAMOLI’s owners have decided to realize this model, because when young they had this extraordinary ship . They attended some regattas on beautiful water of Como’s Lake. As other regatta models of our assortment, details are made with extreme meticulousness. The hull is in wooden . The sail plan and the rigging respect really a Star the thirty years. As the color of hull, strictly bright and the deck with strips at sight. The rigging , then, was respected in his whole, from shrouds in metal plait to cotton sheets and halyard, to the metal connection on the mast and so on. We think that the sail supporters can be completely satisfied about re-edition in scale of this “ageless and marvelous “ Star.

Scale 1:12
Length 567mm
Height 931mm

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Mamoli Alert. American Privateer 1818 - 1:45 Scale - MV55
Mamoli Alert. American Privateer 1818 - 1:45 Scale - MV55
Ref: 7498
In 1818 the Alert was placed into privateer service as well as action against smugglers along the American coast. The sleek hull lines and sails were designed for speed and agility on the high seas while its powerful swivel carronade gave the ship the ability to target its foes without maneuvering.

Scale 1:45
Length 428mm
Height 931mm

Price:133.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli HMS Victory. Nelson's Flagship - 1:150 Scale - MV56
Mamoli HMS Victory. Nelson's Flagship - 1:150 Scale - MV56
Ref: 7499
The first rank vessel H .M .S .Victory, with 104 guns, was launched at Chatham in 1765. It was in service for a long time under the command of famous admirals. Its name was indissolubly tied to Nelson’s in the battle of Trafalgar in 1805. It is the boat of the English Navy and is still preserved at Portsmouth. Large use has been made of precious wood moulded according to the form requested by the original. No plastic or plastic wood parts are used. The sheathing of the bottom of the hull with plates reflects the constructive schemes of the original and is of great realistic effect.

Scale 1:150
Length 654mm
Height 475mm

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Mamoli Amerigo Vespucci Italian Navy Training Ship - 1:150 Scale - MV57
Mamoli Amerigo Vespucci Italian Navy Training Ship - 1:150 Scale - MV57
Ref: 7500
The Amerigo Vespucci is the current training ship of the Italian Navy. She was launched in 1931 in the shipyard of Castellammare di Stabia. Designer was Lieutenant Colonel Francesco Rotundi who was inspired by the lines and proportions of the three-masted vessels of the heroic age of sail. With a length of 83 m., A mast of 55 m. and a sail area of ??3100 square meters. It 's the true pride of the Italian fleet.

Scale 1:150
Length 720mm
Height 375mm

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Mamoli HMS Surprise 18th Century Frigate 1794 - 1:75 Scale - MV58
Mamoli HMS Surprise 18th Century Frigate 1794 - 1:75 Scale - MV58
Ref: 7501
Originally a French corvette named L'Unite and armed with 24 nine-pound long guns, she was designed by M. Forfait and was built at Le Havre. Captured in 1796 by HMS Inconstant, L'Unite was rechristened HMS Surprise and converted by the British into a 28-gun sixth-rate, carrying 24 32-pound carronades on her main deck, eight more of the same on her quarter deck and forecastle, as well as 4 six-pound long guns as chasers.

Scale 1:75
Length 844mm
Height 627mm

Price:305.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli HMS Swift, 1776 Brig - 1:70 Scale - MV59
Mamoli HMS Swift, 1776 Brig - 1:70 Scale - MV59
Ref: 7502
The brig SWIFT was built in the American colonies in 1776 and served in the British Navy between 1776 and 1778. It is supposed to have participated, among the vessels of small tonnage, in the American war of independence. The hull lines were advanced for its time; based on speed and fire-power.

Scale 1:70
Length 421mm
Height 392mm

Price:126.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli HMS Prince - 1:144 Scale - MV80
Mamoli HMS Prince - 1:144 Scale - MV80
Ref: 7503
Launched in 1670 H.M.S. Prince was a first rate British warship carrying 100 cannon. She was the British flagship during the battle of Texel in 1673 and became the stuff of legend throughout the Royal Navy after engaging in a relentless defense against a fierce attack by the Dutch fleet. H.M.S. Prince is accurately and highly detailed with abundant transom ornamentation.

Scale: 1:144
Lenght: 550mm
hieght: 490mm


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Mamoli Valiant 12 Gun English Brig c18th Century - 1:66 Scale - MV81
Mamoli Valiant 12 Gun English Brig c18th Century - 1:66 Scale - MV81
Ref: 7187
The Valiant is based on a typical 12 gun English brig.
It was a part of a small fleet operating in the northern american coast to oppose French and Spanish shipping courses towards Europe. In 1762 took part in the blockade and successively in the Avana conquest.

Scale 1:66
Length 695mm
Height 570mm

Price:173.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Mamoli Blackbeards Pirate Ship - 1:57 Scale - MV82
Mamoli Blackbeards Pirate Ship - 1:57 Scale - MV82
Ref: 7188
What we know about the exploits of Blackbeard, the ill-famed pirate, is a mix of history, legend and fiction. Edward Teach, this should be his real name, boarded and plundered an enormous number of ships, what brought him the fame of ‘Terror of the Seas’, although this adventurous life of his lasted only twenty months. He was such a terrifying personage, that his victims were paralyzed and surrendered just by seeing him.

Scale 1:57
Length 520mm
Height 350mm

Price:111.95 (Including VAT at 20%)


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