Because of the popular demand I added this page to wargamesgazette.com . The 1/300 ships you can see throughout these pages were done by me for gaming Cruel Seas by warlord. I didn’t start building them for sale , but because of the great demand I will make them available to you if you are interested. They are wargaming models , so strictly speaking if you are after scale models to win awards with , this is not the place to look ! Furthermore all the AA weapons and crew figures are not included , they can be purchased at Warlord Games or Heroic and Ros .
If you are interested in any item on the list below get in touch through
The prices are without postage and packing. When you get in touch tell me were you live and I will get a quote for P&P for you. If you order more then one ship postage will only be charged once of course. Payment can only be accepted through PayPal , sorry.
Here is the list of ships available at the moment:
S.S. Rheinland a ferry servicing the german north sea island Borkum during WWII also shipped refugees through the baltic at the end of the war. Was used until 1960 as ferry, then broken up.
Cost 12€ + P&P
S.S. Bellota (in ballast version) This is a model of a medium sized cargo steamer in ballast. It is a generic ship like many wich were used in coastal and transatlantic convoys during WWII.
Cost 18€ + P&P
S.S. Green Island This is a model of a medium sized cargo steamer fully loaded. It is a generic ship like many wich were used in coastal and transatlantic convoys during WWII.
Cost 16€ + P&P
Hunt Typ II class destroyer The escort destroyers forsook the heavy armament and some of the speed of the fleet type to reduce unit cost and better suit mass production and the conditions. Eighty-six Hunts were completed, of which 72 were commissioned into the Royal Navy and the remaining 14 were transferred to allied navies. Eighteen Type II vessels were ordered on 4 September 1940 and two more (Lauderdale and Ledbury) on the following day. Three of these were completed to the Type I specification – Blankney, Blencathra and Brocklesby. A final batch of sixteen were ordered on 20 December 1939.
Cost 25€ + P&P
More ships will be added later.