Victory at Sea Regia Marina fleet box
At the time of Italy’s entry into World War Two, she possessed a modern and – on paper at least – highly effective fleet. Four battleships and eight heavy cruisers were available, with three more battleships being fitted out. However,...
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Italian Regia Marina Fleet
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Italian Regia Marina Fleet
The Regia Marina was confident, had indisputably the most handsome ships in the world and referred to the troubled waters of the Mediterranean as Mare nostrum(our sea). By the start of the war, as well as capital ships, it fielded...
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Cruel Seas: M5 CRDA 60t (Series 1) boat
The Motosilurante CRDA 60 t (also known as MS boat) was an MTB built for the Italian Regia Marina. Modelled after German E-Boats, they were used in conjunction with the faster, although less seaworthy, MAS boats. 18 off these vessels...
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Italian Gabbiano-class Corvette
The Italian Navy was a professional force that had high hopes for its performance in WWII. Italian light forces were to gain a reputation for skill, daring and great bravery under Mussolini and his cohorts, and even after. By the...
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Cruel Seas Regia Marina dice bag & dice
Supplement your naval arsenal with a dice bag emblazoned with your chosen Cruel Seas fleet's national flag, and matching coloured dice. Warning: not guaranteed to make you roll any better... Contains 1 Regia Marina dice bag and 16 white D6
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Victory at Sea - Regia Marina Dice and Dice bag
Supplement your new naval arsenal with a dice bag emblazoned with your chosen Victory at Sea fleet's nation flag, and matching coloured dice. Warning: not guaranteed to make you roll better.... Includes 4 x D10 and 10 x D6
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Victory at Sea - Regia Marina Submarines & MTB sections
Submarines: Compared to a German Type VII C submarine, the Marcello-class were much larger, displacing 1,060 tons versus 769. Speed and range between the two classes were almost similar, but the Marcello-class had more torpedo tubes than the famous U-Boat....
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Cruel Seas Dice Bag and Italian Dice pack
You're not a true sea dog worth your salt if you don't have a Cruel Seas dice bag with nation-matching dice packs!
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Cruel Seas: Broken Tanker
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Cruel Seas: Broken Tanker
Tasked with the ferry of supplies such as food, fuel, steel, clothing to munitions and weaponry. Many nations were heavily reliant on such ships completing the journey and securing their goods. As a result, this made them obvious targets for...
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Cruel Seas: Convoy Freighter
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Cruel Seas: Convoy Freighter
All nations relied on the successful shipment of goods, whether those goods be munitions or simply food and clothing. Such vessels would band together in convoys for mutual protection, often accompanied by escorts. Most freighters were practically defenceless against attacking...
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Marinefahrprahm F-Lighter
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Marinefahrprahm F-Lighter
The F-lighter was originally a converted tank landing craft that was being developed for the Kriegsmarine. Up armoured, shallow drafted and equipped with 88mm guns and flak guns, the F-lighter were small silhouette targets that proved very tricky to sink,...
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Italian MZ Motozattera
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Italian MZ Motozattera
Based on the German MFP the MZ Motozattera (motor barge) weighed in at 239 tons. Ninety-five were built and used for transport. They could be equipped with a variety of light AA armaments. Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Victory at Sea - Navigatori-class destroyers
Originally classified as esploratori or scouts, this class was in response to the French contre-torpilleurs (destroyers) of the Jaguar and Guépard-classes. Trials with light displacement and overloaded machinery led to speeds of up to 43.5 knots. However, that could not...
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Merchant Tanker
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Merchant Tanker
Tasked with the ferry of supplies such as food, fuel, steel, clothing to munitions and weaponry. Many nations were heavily reliant on such ships completing the journey and securing their goods. As a result, this made them obvious targets for...
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Cruel Seas Italian Regia Marina paint set
Get your Italian Regia Marina fleet ready for Cruel Seas. This paint set provides you with all the colours you will need for an accurate palette. The paints included in this bundle, along with their general areas of application are:...
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Victory at Sea - Aquila
£18.00
Victory at Sea - Aquila
The role of aircraft carriers was undervalued by the Regia Marina, as the navy was expected to operate in the Mediterranean, close to Italian air bases. This attitude was best expressed by Mussolini who said, “Italy itself is an aircraft...
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MTB Pens
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MTB Pens
A perfect harbour for any fleet, return from action to your safe harbour and a hot mug of tea before re-fueling and arming and on to your next mission. This product has the following dimensions: Jetty: 10cm x 2cm Main...
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Victory at Sea: Vittorio Veneto
The Littorio class was the first new Italian battleship class for nearly a decade when design work began in 1930. Initially designed to remain within the 35,000-ton Washington Treaty limit, the final displacement was just over 40,000 tons. As well...
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Italian MAS boats
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Italian MAS boats
Motoscafo Anti Sommergibile, or MAS boats, weighed between 20 and 30 tons and were smaller than most other nations. They were, however, good boats and gave the Allies a tough time. They had a ten-man crew; their principal armament was...
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Victory at Sea - Conti di Cavour
Originally commissioned in 1915, Conte di Cavour and Giulio Cesare (Leonardo da Vinci was destroyed by sabotage during World War One) were rebuilt as first generation fast battleships in a process that left only 40% of the original structure in...
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Victory at Sea: SM.79 Sparviero flights
A fast three-engine design originally developed as a passenger aircraft, the Sparviero had a distinctive ‘hunchbacked’ appearance. It was highly successful as a bomber and torpedo-bomber, particularly early in the war when it could outrun any Allied fighter it was...
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Victory at Sea: Fiat G.50 flights
The Fiat G.50 Freccia was the first Italian low-wing monoplane fighter with an enclosed cockpit and retractable landing gear to go into production, though Italian pilots felt uncomfortable with the enclosed cockpit itself. Extremely manoeuvrable thanks to its licence built...
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Victory at Sea: Macchi C.202 Folgore flights
The Macchi C.202 Folgore was a development of the earlier C.200 Saetta fighter, with a more powerful German Daimler-Benz engine. It proved superior to the Curtiss P-40 and the Hawker Hurricane and was considered to be a match for the...
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Victory at Sea: Breda Ba.201 dive bomber flights
The first purpose-built dive bomber developed for the Regia Aeronautica, the Ba.201 was a clean low-wing monoplane with an inverted gull wing. Highly praised by test pilots, except for a disappointing maximum speed, development work was expanded to include a...
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Victory at Sea: Reggiane Re.2001 Falco II flights
The Reggiane Re.2001 Falco II served in the Regia Aeronautica throughout World War II. The new Re.2001 Falco II was an improvement of the original Re.2000, which was originally rejected by the Regia Aeronautica because of its poor engine. Despite...
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British Submarine vs Italian Torpedo Boat - Mediterrenean 1940-43
Author: David Greentree Illustrator: Ian Palmer, Peter Dennis Publication Date: 16 Jun 2016 As the war in North Africa escalated, Axis war efforts became increasingly dependent on supply lines across the Mediterranean. To try to cut off these lines of...
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Victory at Sea - Etna
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Victory at Sea - Etna
In 1939, Siam (now Thailand) placed on order for a pair of general-purpose light cruisers which were to be built in Italian yards. These hulls were subsequently taken over by Italy in 1942, with plans to complete them as anti-aircraft...
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Victory at Sea - Luigi Cadorna
A sub-class of the Condottieri-class and ordered by the Regia Marina as a follow on to the Giussano-class, these two ships had similar characteristics but were intended to have improved protection and stability. However, protection ended up being virtually the...
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Victory at Sea - Pola
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Victory at Sea - Pola
The Zara-class heavy cruisers were designed to have improved protection over the Trento-class, at the cost of speed. Originally designated light, then armoured, the Zara-class was properly rated as heavy cruisers. They were intended to remain within the 10,000-ton limits...
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Victory at Sea - Emanuele Filiberto Duca d’Aosta
This class was another extension of the Regia Marina's Condottieri (military leaders) concept, representing another step in producing a good, all-round cruiser design. It aimed to improve stability and protection once more, while keeping the armament similar to that of...
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