Scale 1:1200 Napoleonic Naval Hulls
Kits contain hull and separate stern piece. All are cast in white metal alloy.
'At quarters' refers to hulls which show the gun port lids open and gun
barrels protruding. (Note: Sail sets are sold separately.)

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Russian & Swedish 'High Seas' Fleet

1st-6th rate:
The hulls and sail sets are sold separately (click on 'Sail Settings' in menu bar on left for selection). You need to make a note of the sail size required for the hull(s) you wish to purchase. For convenience, we have named these sizes as follows:
3D -1st & 2nd rate ships F -   frigates above 32 guns,
        also 40, 44 & 50 gun 2-deckers
74 - 74 & 80 gun ships
64 - 64 gun ships SF - frigates  32 guns and less.

So, a typical order might include the following:
1 x NB7 with 64-B/ES1 (Brass EasySail)

1 x NF9 with 3D-M/T&J(Metal Topsail & Jib) etc

INITIAL STARTER PACKS
BRITISH, FRENCH AND SPANISH
If you're new to Napoleonic naval wargaming and would like to just have a small starter fleet selected for you,
check out this link for some options.

NORTH AMERICAN STATION STARTER PACKS
BRITISH AND AMERICAN
Check this link for starter fleets.

BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR - The List
A list of vessels at this battle and the corresponding hull references.
Click on the bold heading to this paragraph, it will take you to that information.

British Hulls

Ref

Description

Sail Size

Price £

NB1 74 gun Common

74

5.50

NB2

74 gun Common 'at quarters'

74 6.50
NB3 74 gun Middling 74 5.50
NB4 74 gun Middling 'at quarters' 74 6.50
NB5 74 gun Large 74 5.50
NB6 74 gun Large 'at quarters' 74 6.50
NB7 64 gun 64 5.50
NB8 64 gun 'at quarters' 64 6.50
NB9 80 gun (ex-French) 74 5.50
NB10 80 gun (ex-French) 'at quarters' 74 6.50
NB11 76 gun (ex-French) Donegal 74 5.50
NB12 76 gun (ex-French) Donegal 'at quarters' 74 6.50
NB13 98 gun Dreadnought 3D 7.00
NB14 98 gun 'at quarters' (revised model) 3D 7.50
NB15 32 gun Frigate SF 5.00
NB16 36 gun Frigate F 5.00
NB17 38 gun Frigate F 5.00
NB18 38 gun Frigate 'at quarters' F 5.50
NB20 HMS Victory (100) 'at quarters' 3D 7.50
NB22 Royal Sovereign (100) 3D 7.00
NB23 Royal Sovereign (100) 'at quarters' 3D 7.50
NB25 50 gun (2-deck) F 5.00
NB27 40 gun Frigate (2-deck) F 5.00
NB28 40 gun Frigate 'at quarters' (2-deck) F 5.50
NB29 28 gun Frigate SF 5.00
NB30 28 gun Frigate 'at quarters' SF 5.50
NB31 Agamemnon (64) 64 5.50
NB32 Agamemnon (64) 'at quarters' 64 6.50
NB35 64 gun (ex East India Co) 64 5.50
NB37 Windsor Castle (98) 3D 6.50
NB39 Britannia (100) 3D 7.00
NB40 40 gun Troop Transport F 5.00
NB41 24 gun SF 5.00
NB44 Indefatigable (44) (razee'd 64) F 5.00
NB45 Prince (98) 3D 7.00
NB48 Glatton (54) 'at quarters' 64 6.50
NB49 36 gun Frigate 'at quarters' F 5.50
NB50 80 gun Caesar 74 5.50
NB51 32 gun Frigate 'at quarters' SF 5.50
NB53 Queen Charlotte (100) 3D 7.00
NB54 Queen Charlotte (100) 'at quarters' 3D 7.50
NB56 HMS Saturn (Razee'd 74) 64 6.50

BRITISH 74 Common, Middling and Large vessels:
Commons: approx. 168-170ft, carried 28 x 18pounders on upper deck.
Middlings: approx. 173-175ft, carried 28 x 18pounders on upper deck.
Large: approx. 176-185ft, generally 30 x 24pounders on upper deck.

There were more of the 'common' size than any other type of 74.
Very few of the large size.

Carronades were introduced in 1790's and these increased the fire power
on all British vessels.

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French Hulls

Ref

Description

Sail Size

Price £

NF1 64 gun

64

5.50

NF2 64 gun 'at quarters'

64

6.50

NF3 74 gun 74 5.50
NF4 74 gun 'at quarters' 74 6.50
NF5 80 gun 74 5.50
NF6 80 gun 'at quarters' 74 6.50
NF7 36 gun Frigate 'at quarters' F 5.50
NF8 36 gun Frigate F 5.00
NF9 120 gun 3D 7.00
NF10 120 gun 'at quarters' 3D 7.50
NF11 20 gun Corvette SF 5.00
NF14 40 gun 'at quarters' F 5.50
NF15 76 gun (or small 80) 74 5.50
NF16 76 gun (or small 80) 'at quarters' 74 6.50
NF17 Sane Class (38/40) F 5.00
NF18 Sane Class (38/40)  'at quarters' F 5.50

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Spanish Hulls

Ref

Description

Sail Size

Price £

NS1 64 gun

64

5.50

NS2 64 gun 'at quarters'

64

6.50

NS3 74 gun 74 5.50
NS4 74 gun 'at quarters' 74 6.50
NS5 80 gun 74 5.50
NS7 34 gun Frigate F 5.00
NS9 112 gun 3D 7.00
NS10 112 gun 'at quarters' (REMODELLED) 3D 7.50
NS12 Santisima Trinidad (140) 'at quarters' 3D 7.50
NS15 Rayo (100 gun) 3D 7.00
NS17 36 gun frigate F 5.00
NS18 32 gun Xebec Frigate (Lateen) SET 9.00
NS19 Santa Ana Class (112) 3D 7.00
NS20 Santa Ana Class (112) 'at quarters' 3D 7.50
NS21 Montanes Class (74/80) 74 5.50
NS22 Montanes Class (74/80) 'at quarters' 74 6.50

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Dutch Hulls
These vessels represent the Batavian fleet at the Battle of Camperdown in 1797.
A fleet list for this battle is available - click Kamperduin.
For a useful painting guide - click Dutch Vessels at Kamperduin.

Ref

Description

Sail Size

Price £

DU1 68 gun

64

5.50

DU3 74 gun 74 5.50
DU5 32 gun SF 5.00
DU7 56 gun F 5.00
DU9 44 gun (2-deck) F 5.00
DU11 44 gun Frigate F 5.00
DU13 Brig Corvette (24 gun) * SF/BC 4.50
DU14 Brig Corvette 'at quarters' * SF/BC 5.00
DU15 Ship Corvette (24 gun) SF 4.50
DU16 Ship Corvette 'at quarters' SF 5.00
* The Brig Corvette is 2-masted and has its own special set of sails/masts.
These are available ONLY in ES1A. as follows:

SF/BC M-ES1A (All White Metal) £4.50.  SF/BC B-ES1A (Brass Sails) £5.50.


Danish Hulls
A separate web page has been set up, giving the list of models available, a background
to the battle and a Fleet List (Danish & British). Click image below.

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American Hulls

Ref

Description

Sail Size

Price £

NA1 Constitution * 64 5.50
NA2 Constitution 'at quarters' 64 6.50
NA3 USS Essex (32) SF 5.00
NA4 USS Essex 'at quarters' SF 5.50
NA5 USS Congress (38) F 5.00
NA6 USS Congress 'at quarters' F 5.50
NA8 USS Adams (28) 'at quarters SF 5.50

* Although technically a frigate, this vessel is renowned for being large for her
classification. We suggest the '64' sail set as being the more suitable for the size of hull.

Russian & Swedish 'High Seas' Fleet

Sweden and Russia fought many bitter naval wars between the 16th and 19th centuries, for control of the Baltic and the countries bordering it. As a lot of the areas of conflict were in shallow water, with many reefs and islands, both sides also developed Army Fleets comprising many oar powered shallow vessels (see Baltic Section*).

During the Napoleonic period, Russian warships sailed on many seas other than the Baltic, both as allies and enemies of Britain.

*BALTIC
This link will take you out of the Napoleonic section and into the Baltic section
to view the list of Army Fleets.

Ref

Description

Sail Size

Price £

NR1 66 gun 64 5.50
NR2 74 gun 74 5.50
NR3 100 gun 3D 7.00
NR4 32 gun SF 5.00
NR5 50 gun (2-deck) F 5.00
NR6 44/46 gun (2-deck) F 5.00
       
SW1 40 gun F 5.00
SW2 62 gun 64 5.50
SW3 74 gun 74 5.50

 

Merchant Vessels

All the major powers had considerable merchant fleets, with Britain maintaining the largest to service her vast holdings overseas. The majority were small vessels, around 300 tons, armed with very light pieces for defence against pirates.

The next category would go up to about 900 tons and would carry slightly more armament.

The largest merchant vessels could weigh up to about 1300 tons and carry sufficient armament to 'speak with authority'. These were built for trade in the East or West Indies and could, in wartime, be used as 3rd rate warships.

 

Merchant Vessels - Selection

Price £

NM1  Medium Merchant - Hull only.
Choose from SF size sail settings (but not the full sail*).
5.00
NM2  Large Merchant - Hull only.
Choose from 64 size sail settings (but not the full sail*).
5.50

FOR SMALL MERCHANT, See Unrated Section.

*The layout of the FULL SAIL settings for merchant ships are different from those
of the ships of the line which we sell. We have not made this particular full sail set.

 

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