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...
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...
Frigates & Brigs Flotilla (1770 - 1830)
Frigates Frigates were perhaps the hardest-worked of warship types during the Age of Sail.  A small warship with a perfect balance of speed, armament and resilience that made it one of the perfect vessels for single-ship action and privateering against...
Black Seas Gunboat Squadron
A gunboat squadron is like a gnat in comparison to the larger ships-of-the-line. Nevertheless, they have a useful place in the fleet. A gunboat would typically have only a single mast with square-rigged sails, mounting between one and three fixed...
Black Seas Fleet Battles - The United States (1770 - 1830)
Our Fleet Battles sets for each Navy include the Master & Commander Starter Set, the starter fleet box for the appropriate Navy, and a venerable vessel of legend to lead the fleet! In addition to the beautifully detailed miniatures, you'll...
£134.00 £126.00
Black Seas United States Battle Line
Our United States Battle Line gives you the beginnings of a US Navy led by "Old Ironsides" herself, along with the USS President and the USS United States. Bundle Contains: Royal Navy Fleet (2 resin Overgunned Frigates, 3 plastic Frigates,...
£114.00 £106.00
U.S. Navy Fleet (1770 - 1830)
The Naval Act of 1794 established a permanent standing navy on 27 March 1794, in the US. Prior to this, a US Naval military presence had been left wanting for 10 years. By October 1797, the first three of six...
USS Constitution
USS Constitution was one of six Heavy Frigates commissioned by the United States Congress in 1794 to protect American shipping against Barbary Pirates in the Mediterranean. These frigates were designed to outmatch the frigates of any other nation while remaining...
Black Seas US Navy paint set
During and immediately after the American War of independence the colours of the hulls would either be quite generic like wood or white with black stripes or would follow the British colours. Later on, they started adopting a black hull...
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 -...
Martello Tower
New from Sarissa Precision, the Martello Tower. This simple to construct structure not only looks great on the table but is a powerful fortification in Black Seas. History Martello towers are small defensive forts that were first built during the...
Black Seas Rigging Thread
This blister contains three bobbins of thread ideal for rigging your Black Seas ships, adding that extra depth to the already fantastically detailed miniatures.
Black Seas Frigate/Brig Sails (light + dark)
These sails are printed, laminated and pre-cut. They look great on the models (after all they were painted by artist Peter Dennis!) and require very little effort to be added to the ships! Contains 2 printed, laminated, pre-cut card sheets...
Black Seas Frigates/Brigs Rate ratlines sheet
The sheets of acetate ratlines (the rope ladders leading to the upper parts of the masts) are easy to cut out and apply. Contains 1 Acetate Sheet
Black Seas Spare sails - barktanned
Contains 9 cardboard Sails sheets broken down as follows: 3 x 1st Rate Sail Sheet 3 x 3rd Rate Sail Sheet 3 x Frigates & Brigs Sail Sheet
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Napoleonic Naval Armaments 1792–1815
Author: Chris Henry There were many elements to British Napoleonic naval success but one of the key factors was gunnery. Other countries developed different naval weapons to fit their maritime strategies. The French and Spanish systems developed on similar lines,...
Constitution vs Guerriere
Author: Mark Lardas Famed as a classic naval duel, a one-on-one clash between two sailing frigates offered the victor immeasurable fame and glory. During the War of 1812, the Royal Navy and United States Navy squared off in four such...
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American Heavy Frigates 1794–1826
Author: Mark Lardas By 1805 the 44-gun frigate was probably viewed as a failed experiment whilst the 38-gun frigate was viewed as the vessel of the future. Ten years later every navy was building 44-gun frigates and today it is...
USS Essex
USS Essex
The USS Essex was a 36-gun frigate that participated in the Quasi-War with France, the First Barbary War, and the War of 1812. She was very successful in disrupting British whaling in the Pacific, before being captured in 1814, and...
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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