Black Seas Fleet Battles - The British (1770 - 1830)
Bundle contains: The Master & Commander Starter Set which includes the core rulebook and 9 ships of various classes, and comes with the Sea Wolf special miniature. The Royal Navy Fleet which includes 3 frigates, 6 brigs, 3 Third Rates and...
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Black Seas: Royal Navy Famous Ships Bundle
This bundle conveniently collects all the named famous vessels for the Royal Navy available in Black Seas (excepting for those that can be found in the Royal Navy Starter Fleet). As an added bonus, you’ll get a digital version of...
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Victory at Sea Royal Navy fleet
The Royal Navy of Great Britain was the world’s greatest navy at the outbreak of the Second World War. However, Britain went to war with mainly First World War-vintage vessels. Since the Royal Navy already possessed many powerful units, construction...
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Royal Navy Fleet (1770 - 1830)
By the late 1700s, Great Britain had established itself as the most prominent and powerful navy of the time. This was mostly due to the discipline and commitment of its sailors, and the quality of the training for its leadership...
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Black Seas Squadron encounters (1770 - 1830)
Third Rates proved to be the real workhorses of the Carronade Era, leading flotillas of smaller ships or striking out on their own to disrupt enemy commerce or raid isolated territories. They also formed the bulk of the battleline during...
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Royal Navy Fleet
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Royal Navy Fleet
Great Britain never built a vessel as fast or as deadly as the E-boats, instead, fielding many types of MTB and motor gunboats. After a slow start, the Royal Navy helped by construction in the USA, Canada and India, built...
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Royal Navy Fleet + Boat Deal
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Royal Navy Fleet + Boat Deal
Great Britain never built a vessel as fast or as deadly as the E-boats, instead, fielding many types of MTB and motor gunboats. After a slow start, the Royal Navy helped by construction in the USA, Canada and India, built...
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Black Seas Flotilla action (1770 - 1830)
The Carronade Era was characterised by flotillas of small ships fighting out on remote stations across the globe - check out these articles on the Battle of Turtle Gut Inlet and the Hunt for the Santisima Trinidad for examples of...
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Master & Commander Starter Set
Alongside a softback copy of the Black Seas core rules, you'll get nine beautifully detailed plastic miniatures; three frigates and six brigs. You'll also get sails, rigging and flag sheets for all your ships and all the ship cards, wake...
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Cruel Seas: HMS Campbeltown
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Cruel Seas: HMS Campbeltown
Originally a US destroyer, HMS Campbeltown was transferred to the Royal Navy as part of the Destroyers for Bases agreement after the outset of World War Two. She was arguably the most famous of these ships due to her role...
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Royal Navy 3rd Rates of Renown
This box set outfits you with three Royal Navy Third-Rate-Ships-of-the-line. Building upon the superb third rate plastic sprues, the box contains additional metal components to make the following famous vessels, all of which were present at the Battle of Trafalgar!...
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Black Seas: Small 3rd Rates Squadron
A 3rd rate ship, as defined by the British rating system, was a ship of the line which mounted between 64-80 guns. Usually, this would mean two gun decks. Despite their relative size and power compared to larger 1st and...
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Cruel Seas: British Landing Craft Gun (large) Mk III
The landing craft guns (large) (LCG(L)) was armed with two QF 4.7 inch guns manned by Royal Marine crew, Multiple Oerlikon 20 mm AA guns and 2-pounder pom-poms. These ships were not intended to beach; their mission was all about...
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Cruel Seas: LCS(L) – Fairmile H
The LCI(S) was a Fairmile H wooden design using the same prefabrication techniques used in their Dog Boats. It was designed as a cheap-to-make raider transport. Around 40 were built in 1942. Some were converted to LCS(L) support gunboats.  Contains...
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Black Seas scenery pack
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Black Seas scenery pack
You'll find within the box plenty to add variety to your games of Black Seas. Rocks of various shapes and sizes can provide tricky obstacles to negotiate with your vessels. They are also capable of blocking line of sight -...
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Cruel Seas: Fairmile B ML 145 Gunboat
The Fairmile B class Motor Launch weighed in at 85 tonnes and 112 feet long. Crewed by 16 men it could make in the region of 20 knots through its 1200 hp petrol engines. The coastal forces were able to...
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Cruel Seas: ML 303 Motor Launch
By far the largest of Royal Navy flotilla vessels were the ML (motor launches), used for a multitude of purposes including harbour defence, anti-submarine work, convoy escorts, minesweeping and air-sea rescue. Crewed by 16 souls, they weighed 85 tonnes and...
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Cruel Seas: Fairmile B Minesweeper
The Fairmile B class Motor Launch weighed in at 85 tonnes and 112 feet long. Crewed by 16 men it could make in the region of 20 knots through its 1200 hp petrol engines. The coastal forces were able to...
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Cruel Seas: Fairmile B RML 529 Rescue Boat
The Fairmile B class Motor Launch weighed in at 85 tonnes and 112 feet long. Crewed by 16 men it could make in the region of 20 knots through its 1200 hp petrol engines. The coastal forces were able to...
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Cruel Seas: Fairmile D MTB 624
The Fairmile company produced a mass production vessel, which had good seagoing qualities and was used also for mine laying. The Fairmile B followed this, 398 being built in the UK, and 180 more in the Commonwealth, an impressive total....
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Cruel Seas: Fairmile D MGB 660
The Fairmile company produced a mass production vessel, which had good seagoing qualities and was used also for mine laying. Their most famous boat was probably the Fairmile D or ‘Dog’ boat, a dual MTB/MGB, possibly the best-armed vessel size for...
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Fairmile D-class MGB/MTB
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Fairmile D-class MGB/MTB
The Fairmile company produced a mass production vessel, which had good seagoing qualities and was used also for mine laying. The Fairmile B followed this, 398 being built in the UK, and 180 more in the Commonwealth, an impressive total....
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Black Seas: 4th Rates squadron
Under the structure set out by the Royal Navy rating system which was largely adopted worldwide any ship-of-the-line with fewer than a 160-man crew was considered a 'small ship'. The largest of these ‘small ships’ were the 4th Rates as...
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Cruel Seas: Flower-class Corvette
The Flower-class corvette (also known as the Gladiolus class after the lead ship) was a British class ship used to escort Allied convoys and act as an anti-submarine vessel during the Battle of the Atlantic. The original Flower-class Corvettes were...
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3rd Rates Squadron (1770 - 1830)
A 3rd rate ship, as defined by the British rating system, was a ship of the line which mounted between 64-80 guns. Usually, this would mean two gun decks. Despite their relative size and power compared to larger 1st and...
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Black Seas: 6th Rates Squadron
6th Rates were the smallest of the warships in the Royal Navy rating system, which would have been generally adopted worldwide. This category covered ships with between 20 and 28 guns on a single deck. Although not considered to be...
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Black Seas: 6th Rates squadron (Battened Down)
6th Rates were the smallest of the warships in the Royal Navy rating system, which would have been generally adopted worldwide. This category covered ships with between 20 and 28 guns on a single deck. Although not considered to be...
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Black Seas: Razeed 3rd Rate & 4th Rate
As the smaller ships-of-the-line became less useful in fleet actions due the increasing size and armaments of the larger ships many of them were 'razeed'. This was the process of either removing the quarterdeck and forecastle or otherwise cutting them...
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Black Seas: Schooners squadron
Schooners are two-masted vessels with both masts having loose footed sails rigged on gaff and two or more headsails (staysails rigged in front of the fore mast). They were not designed for combat, being built mainly for cargo, passenger and...
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Victory at Sea - Royal Navy Submarines & MTB sections
Submarines: Designed for use in North European and Mediterranean waters, the S-class was manoeuvrable with a noted ability to crash dive extremely quickly. Combined with a large salvo of torpedoes, this was a successful design of pre-war years that was...
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