Victory At Sea: HMS Rawalpindi
Allied and Axis nations alike pressed cargo liners and other ships into service as auxiliary warships. In particular, the British organised regular patrols by armed merchant cruisers and Q-ships (merchants with concealed weapons) aimed at intercepting and capturing blockade runners....
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Victory At Sea: J-Class Destroyers
The role of the destroyer in a fleet is to keep pace with other long-ranged warships and provide them with an effective screen against small, short-ranged attackers, such as aircraft, submarines and torpedo boats, though other small warships would also...
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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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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: 1st Rate
£31.50
Black Seas: 1st Rate
The largest of the ships-of-the-line under the Royal Navy's rating system, the 1st Rate would generally have over 850 crew and more than 100 guns across three decks. Extremely expensive build and maintain, 1st Rates tended to be reserved for...
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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: 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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Black Seas: Indiamen
£31.50
Black Seas: Indiamen
East Indiamen or, more commonly, just 'Indiamen' is a broad name for a category of ships that sailed under the licence or charter of the various European trading companies such as those from England, France, Portugal, Sweden, Austria, Denmark and...
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Black Seas: HMS Speedy
£12.00
Black Seas: HMS Speedy
A 14-gun brig with a very colourful history. She was captured by France in 1794, then re-taken by the British in 1795, captured again by France in 1801 and finally donated to the Papal States in 1802. Furthermore, HMS Speedy...
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Black Seas: HMS Agamemnon
£19.50
Black Seas: HMS Agamemnon
Known to be Lord Nelson’s favourite ship, HMS Agamemnon was a 64-gun 3rd rate ship-of-the-line with a sleek hull. She saw plenty of active service during the American War of Independence, French Revolutionary War and Napoleonic Wars, most notably at...
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Black Seas: HMS Surprise
£15.00
Black Seas: HMS Surprise
A 5th rate ship launched as the Unité, sailing for the French Navy before being captured in 1796 by the Royal Navy and renamed HMS Surprise. Perhaps most famously the Surprise served as the main ship for author Patrick O'Brien's...
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Black Seas: Sloops Squadron
£26.00
Black Seas: Sloops Squadron
Sloops are tiny vessels (although larger sloops existed) usually with only one mast and a gaff rigged aft (behind the mast) sail rigged fore and aft (from the front to the rear). Along with similarly sized unrated vessels, sloops filled...
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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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Black Seas: Galleon squadron
£30.00
Black Seas: Galleon squadron
Galleons were large, multi-decked sailing ships that fell out of favour as naval-war vessels as that role was supplanted by purpose-built ships-of-the-line during the latter period of the Age of Sail. Regardless, they remained a mainstay of maritime commerce well...
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Black Seas: 2nd Rate
£27.00
Black Seas: 2nd Rate
Within the Royal Navy system of rating the ships of a fleet were designated based on the number of guns they carried. A 2nd rate ship-of-the-line was something of a hybrid; carrying between 90 and 98 guns, sitting in between...
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Black Seas: Hold Fast! Supplement
Black Seas focuses on the golden age of sail, which encompasses the period between 1770 and 1830. During this period the navies of Europe and beyond fight for dominance of the high seas. Hold Fast! is a supplement for the...
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Royal Navy Fleet + Boat Deal
£73.00
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: Fire Ship Squadron
Filled with gunpowder and other combustible materials, Fire Ships were deliberately set ablaze and sent towards the enemy battleline where they would explode or set opposing ships alight. Warships during the Age of Sail were highly susceptible to fire. With...
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Victory at Sea: HMS Prince of Wales
Built to defend Britain in the war that was clearly coming, the King George V-class of battleships compromised their main armaments, which were reduced to 14-inch guns, to fulfil treaty obligations. However, by mounting ten of them, the HMS King...
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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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Cruel Seas Royal Navy 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 Royal Navy dice bag and 16 Commandos-themed D6
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Black Seas: Galleys
£26.00
Black Seas: Galleys
Though galleys were out of favour by the Age of Sail, they were still used. Galleys are very low, long, and slender ships that use banks of oars as their main mode of propulsion. Identified easily by their long hulls...
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Black Seas: Large Galley
£19.50
Black Seas: Large Galley
Though galleys were out of favour by the Age of Sail, they were still used. Galleys are very low, long, and slender ships that use banks of oars as their main mode of propulsion. Identified easily by their long hulls...
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Black Seas: Xebec Squadron
£26.00
Black Seas: Xebec Squadron
A Xebec is a two- or three-masted vessel usually found in the Mediterranean that was used mostly for trading. It had a long overhanging bowsprit, an aftset mizzen mast and lateen sails. Favoured by Barbary Corsairs (Muslim pirates operating off...
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Black Seas: Large Xebec
£19.50
Black Seas: Large Xebec
A Xebec is a two- or three-masted vessel usually found in the Mediterranean that was used mostly for trading. It had a long overhanging bowsprit, an aftset mizzen mast and lateen sails. Favoured by Barbary Corsairs (Muslim pirates operating off...
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Black Seas Accessory Pack
£11.00
Black Seas Accessory Pack
This accessory pack allows players to customise their Black Seas vessels and scenery pieces to their hearts' desire. Contains: 6 Piles of Cannonballs 5 Closed Chests 8 Open Treasure Chests 6 Barrels 13 Cannons Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
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Victory at Sea: Royal Navy Aircraft
The British air raid on the Italian port of Taranto demonstrated to the world the vulnerability of ships against attacks from the air. The planes of the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy proved a scourge to Axis forces...
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Victory at Sea: HMS Ark Royal
One of the most famous carriers of the war, the HMS Ark Royal received many battle honours in its service. The first enemy aircraft shot down by the Fleet Air Arm was with one of her Blackburn Skuas, while her...
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Victory at Sea - Tribal-class destroyers
Often called the Afridi-class, this destroyer began the tradition of gunnery over torpedoes. However, the class had a frightening lack of anti-aircraft defences, especially against dive-bombers. The Tribal destroyers were the Royal Navy’s most advanced escorts of the time and...
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