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Victory at Sea IJN fleetAdd to Wish List
For centuries, Japan's policy of seclusion (sakoku) saw it concentrate on coastal defences in order to repel foreign vessels. However, with the advances other maritime nations were making, it eventually became obvious that no longer would Japan be able to...
Victory at Sea Kriegsmarine fleetAdd to Wish List
The Kriegsmarine had to be virtually rebuilt after the First World War. Forbidden to own capital ships and submarines, Germany nibbled away at first one clause of the Treaty of Versailles, then another, until a powerful navy force existed. At...
Victory at Sea Royal Navy fleetAdd to Wish List
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...
Victory at Sea Admiralty edition hardback bookAdd to Wish List
The Battle for the Pacific was only the beginning. Victory at Sea is the game of naval combat during the Second World War. Throughout 1939–45, the nations of the world duelled across the oceans across the globe, only to discover...
Battle for the Pacific - Victory at Sea starter gameAdd to Wish List
Victory at Sea is the game of naval combat during the Second World War. Throughout 1939–45, the nations of the world duelled across the oceans across the globe, only to discover the fundamental nature of naval warfare changing in the...
Victory at Sea - Imperial Japanese Navy Dice and Dice BagAdd to Wish List
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
Victory at Sea - Regia Marina Submarines & MTB sectionsAdd to Wish List
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....
Victory at Sea - Kriegsmarine U-Boats & MTB sectionsAdd to Wish List
Submarines: A long-ranged submersible, the Type IX was the most successful U-boat of the war, with each vessel averaging over 100,000 tons of shipping sunk. One Type IX, U-107, made the most successful convoy mission of the war, with nearly...
Victory at Sea - US Navy Submarines & MTB sectionsAdd to Wish List
Submarines: The Gato-class of submarine was the first mass production US submarine class of the Second World War, forming the majority of the United States Navy’s submarine fleet of the war. It was the Gato-class, and the successors of her...
Victory at Sea - IJN Submarines & MTB sectionsAdd to Wish List
Submarines: The Kaidai-7-class, or KD-7, was developed in the late 1930s, following on from the preceding KD-6 class. With a surface range of 8,000nm at 16kts, and a submerged endurance of 50nm at 5kts, they possessed a slightly better underwater...
Victory at Sea - Royal Navy Submarines & MTB sectionsAdd to Wish List
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...
Victory at Sea: Kriegsmarine AircraftAdd to Wish List
With carriers planned but not built, Germany’s airpower was limited to launching from airfields far from open water. As such, they were mainly deployed against ships close to mainland Europe. Despite this, the Luftwaffe dive-bombers proved devastatingly effective against Allied...
Victory at Sea - Chacal-class destroyersAdd to Wish List
Also known as the Jaguar-class, Chacal (Jackal)-class destroyers were designed to fulfil a scouting role for fleet battle lines and to attack enemy shipping in the Mediterranean. As a result, they possessed poor endurance, mounted no anti-submarine weapons, and had...
Victory at Sea - Kagero-class DestroyersAdd to Wish List
Essentially an enlarged Fubuki-class, the Kagerō-class hull design was scaled up to overcome earlier design deficiencies. As a result, the Kagerō-class was the equal of any of its contemporaries in other navies and superior to most. Only the initial lack...
Victory at Sea Fubuki-class DestroyersAdd to Wish List
Described as the world’s first “modern” destroyer, twenty-four of the class served in the Imperial Japanese Navy. They were built between 1926 and 1933, and despite being decidedly older than some of their adversaries, they remained formidable opponents until the...