Model Ship Kits, Wooden Ship Model Kits, Ship Modeling Books, Tools and Supplies at Discount Prices!
Lines available include: model ship kits by Amati, Artesania Latina, BlueJacket, Constructo, Corel, Mantua, Mantua/Panart, Mantua/Sergal, OcCre, Seaworthy Small Ships, and much more.
We also carry an excellent selection of fittings, miniature hobby tools, and ship modeling books.
OUR COMBOS ARE COMPLETE WITH ALL TOOLS NEEDED INCLUDING AN ELECTRIC PLANK BENDER AND MUCH MORE!
Over the years, we have helped a countless number of folks get started in the hobby of model ship building. Our Model Ship Kit Combos contain all that is needed to complete a beautiful model ship; including tools, finishing supplies, and books.
Amati's new Titanic is one of the finest kits to come out in many years. This is a true museum quality model in every sense of the word. The kit is plank-on-bulkhead construction, and contains laser cut wooden parts with limewood deck and hull planking
Amati's 1954 Ferrari Hydroplane is a real head turner combining beauty, speed and ease of construction. Laser cut wooden bulkheads and birch plywood decking are over planked with individual mahogany strips for a smooth finish. fins, motor cover and seats are made of strong yet flexible polystyrene
Amati's historic 19th century paddlewheeler kit is exceptionally realistic. The hull is solid pine, and many other wooden parts are pre-cut birch. The superstructure is a modeler's delight with its pilot house, cabins, machine turned smokestacks and boilers.
A small ocean-going yacht with beautiful lines, the Dorade was used for regatta racing in the early 1930's. Amati's easy-to-build kit features one-piece ABS plastic hull fitted with a laser cut wooden interior structure. The wooden deck is covered with individual planking strips
Amati's, winner of the "MODEL OF THE YEAR" award at the 1996 International Toy Fair is sure to please even the most discriminating modeler. The 36" molded resin hull is perfectly pre-shaped and requires only light sanding before painting.
In 1620 the English galleon Mayflower set out from the English port of Southampton with 102 pilgrims on board. because of bad weather, the crossing took 77 days. On December 21 the ship landed at what is today Plymouth, Massachusetts.