About the Ancient Naval Series
The Ancient Naval Series is available in scales 1:1200 and 1:300.
In 1:1200 scale, 100ft = 1 inch. In 1:300 scale, 25ft = 1 inch.
The following is a
brief description of the menu selection on the left.
All castings are in white metal alloy. Kits contain complete sets of hull,
stern, mast(s), sail(s) etc - some even have a catapult! There is usually a
choice of having the sail(s) set or furled. This page lists the selection of
vessels and offers a link to diagrams of most of the hulls.
This is a brief guide to the assembly, painting and rigging of ancient naval
vessels. It also describes some of the vessels fittings.
These complement the naval models and comprise harbour sections (based on
the Military Harbour at Carthage), resin and metal buildings.
Ancient Naval rules for scale 1:1200. Features of Naumachiae and several
reviews which give great insight into the rules from the user end.
For those who have
already purchased Naumachiae, this page will also link to player feedback on
particular aspects of the rules.
This is a series for modellers and wargamers with more extensive modelling
skills. The selection is limited but every use is made of the scope of
detail possible with this scale. A mixture of mediums is used where
appropriate for the best results. For example, detailed resin hulls, metal
fittings and brass photo etched oars and sails.