Price From
Other Filters

Ship and Boat Kitsets

  • Japanese Navy Aircraft Carrier Akagi Full Hull Version Battle of Midway 1/700 Hasegawa
    Full Hull Version of the Japanese Navy Aircraft Carrier "Akagi" "Midway Battle" Edition

    Recreating the appearance of the Midway battle with the Hinomaru (Japanese flag) on the flight deck!

    Metal parts:

    Product Specifications:

    Combined Fleet, 1st Carrier Division, 1st Air Fleet, Midway Battle, June 1942

    Product Number: CH127
    Model Length: 372.5mm
    NZ$ 89.90
  • Artesania H.M.S. Bounty 1783
    Artesania H.M.S. Bounty 1783 Kitset,
    HMS Bounty, also known as HM Armed Vessel Bounty, was a small merchant vessel that the Royal Navy purchased for a botanical mission. The ship was sent to the Pacific Ocean under the command of William Bligh to acquire breadfruit plants and transport them to the West Indies. That mission was never completed owing to a mutiny led by acting lieutenant Fletcher Christian. This incident is now popularly known as the mutiny on the Bounty. The mutineers later burned Bounty while she was moored at Pitcairn Island. An American adventurer rediscovered the remains of the Bounty in 1957; various parts of it have been salvaged since then.

    The HMS Bounty is well known from films and books. It was a relatively simple boat: a merchant ship, rigged as a frigate and equipped for exploration journeys, a common practice amongst all navies during the 18th and 19th century.

    This wooden boat kit comes with a set of pre-sewn sails.

    Dimensions in mm: 980x763x350
    NZ$ 789.95
  • China Junk 1880 1/60 Aoshima
    "Junk" is a generic term used for ancient Chinese vessels. Junk vessels were widely used to transport people and goods on the sea, rivers and lakes in ancient China. The name derives from "jong," which the Spanish translated to "Junco." Unlike Western vessels, junk vessels have no keel, and had 2 or 3 layers of sheathing. Oil or lime was applied to the surface to prevent water from seeping in. The simple construction of the mast and sail allowed for easy lowering of the sale in case of a storm or strong wind. Junk vessels were far advanced compared to other vessels of the same era. The vessels were further advanced during the Song Dynasty, and were used to travel as far as India and Arabia for trade.

    Will be approximately 27.3cm long, tall and 12cm wide when assembled.

    [Mold Color]: Brown, tan, gray
    [Includes]: Line for rigging, fabric flags
    NZ$ 109.90
  • Christian Radich 1/350 Aoshima
    From Aoshima comes this nicely molded limited edition 1/350 scale model of Christian Radich. The Christian Radich is a 3-mast full-rigged Norwegian ship built in the mid-1903s.

    This kit comes with a stand, black string for the rigging and decals.
    NZ$ 44.90
  • Sir Winston Churchill 1/350 Aoshima
    From Aoshima comes a beautifully molded kit of the Sir Winston Churchill. Built in the 1960s, this ship -- named after the famed Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill -- is a 3-mast topsail schooner.

    This kit comes with a stand, black string for the rigging and decals.

    Length: 130mm
    Width: 43mm
    Height: 117mm
    NZ$ 44.90
  • Tovarishch Gorch Fock I 1/350 Aoshima
    The three-mast barque, Tovarishch was originally built in 1933 for the Imperial Germany Navy as Gorch Fock. During World War II, she was anchored in Stralsund, then resumed service in 1944. In 1945, she was scuttled in shallow waters off Rugen to avoid being captured by the Soviets. In 1948, she was taken as war reparations by the Soviet Union and renamed Tovarishch. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, she was briefly under Ukrainian ownership, but was returned to Germany in 2003.

    [Mold Color]: White, black, beige, brown
    [Includes]: Gold plated stand, thread, nameplate
    NZ$ 44.90
  • Tugboat Smit Nederland 1/200 Aoshima
    Made by Aoshima, scale 1/200 plastic kitset. This full-hull kit is molded in white and black plastic, and includes decals.

    Pre-order due early October
    NZ$ 44.90
  • Graf Spee German Battleship Plastic Kitset  Airfix 1/600
    Made by Airfix, plastic kitset, scale 1/600. Graf Spee German Battleship.
    NZ$ 49.95
  • HMS King George V British Battleship Plastic Kitset Lindberg 1/750
    Made by Lindberg, scale 1/750. HMS King George V British Battleship. Plastic Kitset.

    Launched in 1939, King George V was the lead ship of the five King George V-class battleships. In 1941 King George V played an important part in sinking the German battleship Bismarck by taking out the Bismarck's main battery. King George V saw extensive service in all the theaters of World War II, including the Pacific theater where she supported the United States in the invasion of Okinawa in 1945. This mighty flagship of the British fleet was placed in reserve in 1949 along with three of her sister ships where she sat until finally being scrapped in 1957.

    Skill level 2, molded in gray
    Includes dazzle camouflage decals
    12 inches long
    Includes display stand
    NZ$ 34.95
  • USS Gato Class Fleet Submarine WW2 Kitset 1/240 Atlantis
    USS Gato Class Fleet Submarine WW2. Made by Atlantis, scale 1/240 plastic kitset.

    1/240 Scale. Made in the USA! This kit comes from the original and updated Varney tooling. Perhaps the first plastic model kit made in the USA! Goes back to the late 1940's. Build a piece of history. Molded in gray with retro box art. Features detailed propellers and diving planes, deck cannons and updated decals for the entire class of GATO Ships. Nice display stand.

    Gato Submarine History

    The United States Navy Gato class submarine was the forerunner of all US World War II submarine designs. The Gato-class boats were considered to be "Fleet Submarines". They were to scout out ahead of the fleet and report on the enemy fleet's composition, speed, and course, then they were to attack and whittle down the enemy in preparation for the main fleet action.
    USS Gato (SS-212) was the lead ship of her class of submarine in the US Navy. She was the first Navy ship named for the Gato, a species of small Catshark. The Gatos and their successors formed the core of the submarine service that was largely responsible for the destruction of the Japanese merchant marine and a large portion of the Imperial Japanese Navy in World War II.
    The Gato-class could hold a maximum of twenty-four torpedoes which could be launched from ten torpedo tubes. They were also armed with one 3 inch deck gun and a variety of smaller anti-aircraft weapons. Measuring 307 feet by 27 feet by 14 feet, Gato-class submarines had a typical displacement of 1,525 tons. General Motors Diesel engines and electric motors provided 6,500 brake horsepower, resulting in a speed of 21 knots.
    Seventy-seven of these boats were commissioned from November 1941 (Drum) through April 1944 (Croaker). Twenty ships of the class were lost during World War II.
    NZ$ 44.95
  • USS Nautilus Submarine Kitset 1/300 Atlantis
    USS Nautilus Submarine. Made by Atlantis, scale 1/300 plastic kitset.

    1/300 Scale. Measures over 12 inches long. Molded in Dark black gray and clear. Updated decal sheet and new artwork. Skill level 2. This kit also comes with a STEM booklet explaining the history of early submarine development.
    NZ$ 44.95
  • Airfix Type 45 Destroyer
    An Airfix 1:350 scale model kit of a Type 45 Destroyer.
    The Royal Navy’s destroyer, the Type 45 has the most distinctive design. Her sleekly designed straight edges and superstructure free from clutter is designed to give the ship a low radar cross section – commonly called stealth features. This is reported to give her a radar signal no larger than a fishing boat. Britain’s six Type 45 ‘Daring class’ destroyers are the most advanced escorts the nation has ever built.

    They are designed to shield a naval task force from air attack by using the Sea Viper missile system. Their Aster missiles can knock targets out of the sky over 70 miles away if required. The Type 45 destroyers are also capable of a range of other roles and will spend their commissions switching between them, often at short notice.

    Scale: 1:350
    Skill: 3
    Flying Hours: 5
    Number of Parts: 203
    Model Length: 436 mm
    Model Width: 60 mm
    NZ$ 169.95
  • Great White Shark with Cage & Diver Pegasus Kitset
    Great White Shark with Cage & Diver. Made by Pegasus, scale 1/24 plastic kitset.
    NZ$ 89.95
  • Moebius Models 1/350 Voyage to the bottom of the sea Seaview
    1-350 Scale model kit of the four-window TV version of the futuristic submarine from the classic TV series. This kit measures 14 inches long kit contains 37 pieces with detailed base and nameplate. In scale with the old Aurora kit. Skill level 3.
    NZ$ 82.90
  • Aoshima HMS Kent British Heavy Cruiser Kent
    Aoshima HMS Kent British Heavy Cruiser Kent 1/100 waterline series no 811 kitset model
    NZ$ 64.95
  • Aoshima ATAGO Japanese Heavy Cruiser
    Aoshima Japanese Heavy cruiser Atago 1/700 Waterline Series Kitset Model.
    NZ$ 51.95
  • Aoshima HMS Norfolk British Heavy Cruiser
    Aoshima British Heavy Cruiser HMS Norfolk 1/700 Waterline Series kitset model
    NZ$ 54.95
  • Airfix HMS Fearless
    Airfix HMS Fearless vintage classic model kit 1:600
    NZ$ 44.95

12Next »