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Revell 1/72 US Navy Skipjack Class
The USS Skipjack (SSN-585) was the first US Navy nuclear attack submarine with ahydro-dynamically optimized tear-drop shape. The hull was a single pressure hullwith circular cross-section made of high strength HY-80 steel. A visual feature was that the forward diving planes were fin-mounted for the first time. The six torpedo tubes in the bow could fire a total of 24 torpedoes.
The newly developedS5W nuclear reactor enabled her to remain submerged for a long period and her range was only limited by food stores. The shipyard test run confirmed sensational performance with a top speed of over 30 knots when dived. When the USS Skipjack was transferred to the fleet on 15th April 1959, the US Navy received its first true submersible that could operate submerged for months at atime to secure the safety of fast-moving fleet units. Until their decommissioning the six vessels of the Skipjack Class formed the senior unit of the US submarine fleet. The USS Skipjack was the last submarine of that class tobe retired on 19th April 1990.
• OVER 1 METRE LONG!
• 4-part hull
• Metal seawater intake and outlet vents (photo-etched parts)
• Movable 5-blade propeller
• Antennae, periscope and snorkel can be shown raised
• Detailed fin
• Hull with recessed panel lines
• Movable diving planes
• Representation of escape hatches and mushroom anchor
• Includes transparent parts
• Display stand
• R/C compatible (R/C unit not available from Revell)
Decals for all six submarines of the Skipjack Class:
• U.S.S. Skipjack (SSN-585),US-Navy, Groton 1968
• U.S.S. Scamp (SSN-588), US-Navy, Vallejo, 1961
• U.S.S. Scamp (SSN-588), US-Navy, Vallejo, 1966
• U.S.S. Scorpion (SSN-589), US-Navy, Groton, 1960
• U.S.S. Sculpin (SSN-590), US-Navy, Pascagoula, 1961
• U.S.S. Shark (SSN-591), US-Navy, Newport News, 1961
• U.S.S. Snook (SSN-592), US-Navy, Pascagoula, 1961
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Part No: 05119
Item Name: 1/72 US Navy Skipjack Class
Revell 1/700 HMS Kelly
At the beginning of the Second World War the HMS Kelly and the HMS Kipling were among the most up-to-date of the Royal Navy warships. By 1942 a total of 24 destroyers of the same type divided into J, K and N Classes had been completed. The HMS Kelly sank on 23rd May 1941 during the battles off Crete, the HMS Kipling on 11th May 1942 off the North African coast.
Please not that this model can only be built with a waterline hull!
• Waterline hull
• HMS Kelly or HMS Kipling can be built
• Deck with extensive superstructures
• Torpedo tubes
• Six 120 mm guns
Part No: 05120
Item Name: 1/700 HMS Kelly
Revell 1/72 German Type XXVII B See
The mini-sub "Seehund" was the end result of a development of simple weapons of attack by the German navy towards the end of the Second World War. Due to its slim shape, which could not be located by the then sonar, its quiet engine and good seaworthiness, the German navy had great hopes for the operation of this little weapon of war.
The 285 built sank 93,000 GRT of enemy shipping and the French destroyer "La Combattante". A single voyage could last up to seven days, which made enormous demands on the physical and mental reserves of the two crew members.
• Hull in two halves showing welded seams
• Detailed propeller and helm
• Two lateral torpedo tubes
• Display stand
• Decals for U-5022, Kiel, 1945
• Decals for U-5316, North Sea, 1945
Part No: 05125
Item Name: Revell 1/72 German Type XXVII B See
Revell 1/350 Battleship USS New Jer
The New Jersey was one of the largest warships in the world. Belonging to the "Iowa-class" the ship had an ideal combination of fire-power and high speed and was for a long time a much feared opponent. Construction of the New Jersey began 1940. She was commissioned was in January 1944. Thereafter she took part in operations during the Second World War, the Korean and Vietnam Wars, off the coast of Lebanon at the end of 1983/1984 and ultimately in the Persian Gulf in late 1989.
During her last overhaul and modernisation programme (1982), she received the latest electronics and guided weapons systems. Tomahawk Cruise Missiles and Harpoon Guided Missiles were added to the large 40.6 cm (16 inch) guns for even more fire power. Instead of on-board aircraft from the World War II the battleships now carried the modern Sea Hawk helicopter.
Part No: 05129
Item Name: 1/350 Battleship USS New Jersey 82
Revell 1/400 ADIA Dive Bell Cruise
Discover the world with the most beautiful smiles on the seas! AIDA combine cruising, health spa, city breaks and experience of nature with all the pleasures of a floating hotel. The AIDA fleet is one of the most modern and ecologically friendly in the world. Their trade mark is the smiling kissing lipson the bow. In 2007 another spectacular addition arrived, with AIDAdiva and her glazed three-deck high theatrium.
In each ship seven restaurants and eleven bars invite you to partake of culinary voyages of discovery. One of the largest wellness and fitness suites on the sea offers fantastic opportunities for relaxation, beauty treatments and active recreation. You can enjoy the fresh sea breezes on the outer sports deck and the ample sun deck. The best of entertainment is promised by the breathtaking shows in the theatrium, the 4D cinema (AIDAbella/AIDAluna), a casino and an LED wall on the sun deck (AIDAluna).
• Option to build AIDAdiva, AIDAbella or AIDAluna
• Two-piece hull with many structural details
• Imitation bow and stern jet vane
• 2 side stabilisers that can be folded out
• 6 tenders, 10 lifeboats, 2 speedboats
• Filigree railings
• Transparent balustrades for the outer cabins and upper deck superstructures
• Reproduction of glazed theatrium
• Structural details of sun decks with swimming pools and parasols
• LED screen for AIDAluna
• Detailed funnel with stamped on AIDA lettering
• Wellness suite with adjustable glass dome
• Detailed signal mast
• Display stand
• Extensive decals
Part No: 05200
Item Name: Revell 1/400 ADIA Dive Bell Cruise
Revell 1/520 Queen Mary
The "Queen Mary" which was laid down at John Brown's on Clydebank in 1930 and completed in 1936, was one of the three 80000 BRT superlines of the 30's. In August 1936 the "Queen Mary" crossed the Atlnatic at 30.14 knots westwards ant at 30.63 eastwards, thus taking the Blue Riband from the "Normandie", who quickly regained the trophy in 1937 until the "Queen Mary" finally held the record until 1952.
When the Second World War broke out, the liner was transferred to Sydney, where she was fitted out as a troop carrier for 15,000 soldiers. After the war the "Queen Mary" returned to North Atlantic passenger service. In 1967 the Cunard White Star Line disposed of the ship by selling it to the town of Long Beach, where it has operated as a floating hotel since 1971.
• Structurally detailed hull
• Detailed decks
• Four screws
• Detailed superstructures
• 28 life boats
• 3 detailed funneld
• Vent pipes
• Display stand
• Decals and flag chart
Passenger - Cruiser
Part No: 05203
Item Name: Revell 1/520 Queen Mary
Revell 1/108 Harbour Tug Boat
When cargo vessels come into harbour having covered thousands of sea miles, theystill have a difficult stretch ahead of them. This is where the harbour tug boatcome into their own, take over command and tow these gigantic ships safely alongside the quay. The tug boats do not carry any cargo, but serve to tow large tankers and cargo vessels.
These small, robust but very manoeuverable boats have very powerful engines developing from 250 to thousands of horsepower. The bridge is designed as a high superstructure to give them a good panoramic view, that will enable them to do their job properly and guarantee a safe passage through the confined space of the harbour. The bow, stern and side walls are usually reinforced and equipped with additional protective matting.
• One-piece hull
• Ram guard
• Structurally detailed superstructure
• Two masts
• Lifeboat and rubber dinghy
• Captain and two seamen
• Two display stands
• Detailed decals
Part No: 05207
Item Name: Revell 1/108 Harbour Tug Boat
Revell 1/700 RMS Titanic
The keel of the Titanic was laid on 31.03.1909 at the Harland & Wolff shipyard in Northern Ireland. The liner was equipped with the ultimate in elegance and luxury for service with the noted transatlantic White Star Line. Two years later, on 31.05.1911 the Titanic was launched. With a length of 269.04 m, a beam of 28.19 m and a tonnage of 46,320 GRT, in 1912 she was the largest ship in the world.
Captain Edward John Smith transferred from her sister ship the Olympic specifically for the maiden voyage of the Titanic. On Wednesday 10.04.1912 she set out from Southampton. Cherbourg (France) and Queenstown (Ireland) were stops on the way to New York (USA). The voyage proceeded without problems until, following numerous warnings of icebergs, on Sunday (14.04.1912) at about 23.40 hours (ship's time) the look-out's bell rang out. The ship scraped against the iceberg on the starboard side and after two hours and forty minutes in the icy waters of the Atlantic she sank. Only 712 souls survived this disaster.
Part No: 05210
Item Name: 1/700 RMS Titanic
Revell 1/72 Search and Rescue Vesse
Hurricane squalls with speeds of over 100 km/h, wave crests over 5 m high, rain showers and cold - the search & rescue vessels of the DGzRS (German maritime search and rescue service) often have to go out under these conditions. Their sea rescue work is financed exclusively by charitable donations. The search & rescue vessel BERLIN from the Laboe (Baltic) Station is one of the most effective units.
Constructed out of salt-water proof light metal, the BERLIN is distinguished by a high level of seaworthiness with self-righting capabilities. She is driven by one 1,200 kW MTU diesel engine and two 610 kW MWM diesel engines. Speed: 23 knots; range: 2,300 sea miles. She has a 9 man crew, 4 of whom are permanently on board. A daughter boat located in a well in the after-deck has a low draught to enable her to be used in shallow waters and reaches a speed of 17 knots.
Part No: 05211
Item Name: Revell 1/72 Search & Rescue Vessel
Revell 1:700 R.M.S. Olympic (1911)
Of the three ships of the Olympic Class only the R.M.S. Olympic carried on making the Atlantic crossing for 24 years. Her sister ships the R.M.S. Titanic and H.M.H.S. Britannic sank in 1912 and 1916. The Olympic went into history as the "Old Reliable". Commissioned in June 1911 with a tonnage of 45,324 GRT, in 1935 after the merger of White Star Line and Cunard she was scrapped.
During the First World War she served as a troop transporter, was then converted from coal to oil fired and during one Atlantic crossing she even withstood a monster wave. The model kit shows the Olympic after her completion in 1911. After the Titaniccatastrophe more lifeboats were taken on board, which visibly altered the silhouette of the Olympic. In addition she was given an internal double hull. Until the completion of the Titanic her first built sister ship the Olympic was the largest ship in the world.
Part No: 05212
Item Name: 1:700 R.M.S. Olympic (1911)
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