Cruel Seas Starter SetAdd to Wish List
There was much confusion in the dogfight that was a WW2 motor torpedo boat battle. Poor visibility, gunfire, smoke and noise could overwhelm the senses of even experienced captains. In ‘Cruel Seas’, things are rather more predictable whilst ensuring the...
Kriegsmarine Coastal ForceAdd to Wish List
Combine the complete German Kriegsmarine Fleet with a flotilla of the fast and powerful E-boats, then add in the rules for Cruel Seas with the special U-boat miniature and your Kriegsmarine Coastal Force is ready to head out on aggressive...
Soviet Navy FleetAdd to Wish List
Voyenno-morskoy flot SSSR (VMF) – i.e. The Military Maritime Fleet of the USSR, or the ‘Red Fleet’ for short. The Russian Armed forces of WWII are an interesting blend of extraordinary innovation and technical achievement, and extraordinary inexperience and foolish...
HMS Abercrombie Monitor-classAdd to Wish List
Abercrombie was an upgraded version of elder sister ship Roberts. The original main gun turret was spare from Furious, fitted with two 15 inch guns type Mark I*/N. Other improvements included larger living space, more artillery reserve and increased engine...
HMS Eskimo destroyer 1941Add to Wish List
HMS Eskimo (L-75/F-75/G-75) was a Tribal-class British destroyer, laid down by the High Walker Yard of Vickers Armstrong at Newcastle-on-Tyne on 5 August 1936. It was launched on 3 September 1937 and commissioned on 30 December 1938. Eskimo participated in...
HMCS Huron (G24) Tribal-class destroyer 1944Add to Wish List
Huron served Canada honourably during the latter part of the Second World War. Commissioned 19th July 1943, at Newcastle-on-Tyne, she was assigned like Haida to the 3rd Destroyer Flotilla of the British Home Fleet. As part of Operation Holder, she...
German Zerstorer Z-25 1944Add to Wish List
Z-25, a Type 1936A destroyer, was commissioned on November 30th, 1940. During the war, her forward gun was replaced by a twin turret and the anti-aircraft armament was increased. In operation Cerberus, Z-25 and a number of smaller ships supported...
German U-boat Type VII C/41Add to Wish List
To improve combat survivability and maximum depth, from October 1944 newly built VIIC U-Boats were equipped with a thicker and stronger pressure hull, known as VIIC/41. New VIIC/41s enjoyed 20% deeper crush depth, although the hull was enlengthened 13cm. To...
German U-boat Type XXIAdd to Wish List
The German U-Boat Type XXI, which was developed during the later stage of WWII, was a significant milestone in vessel-building history. This diesel powered U-Boat adapted a streamlined layout, which not only allowed it to travel undersea faster but also...
USS England DE-635Add to Wish List
The England was one of 149 turbo-electric (TE) series destroyer escorts commissioned between April 1943 and March 1944, named after Ensign John Charles England who was killed onboard the Oklahoma (BB-37) during the 7 December 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor....