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GRAUPNER Premium Line model boats have established a keen market in the world of ready built model Boats .
These models are very well engineered , with either ABS or fibreglass hulls, brass and plastic fittings and English instructions along with the motors pre installed.
Graupner Ready Built Queen Mary 2
Graupner Ready Built Queen Mary 2
Ref: 9105

Info
Queen Mary 2 'Queen Mary 2' is the flagship of the British Cunard Line and one of the largest cruise ships in the world.
At a formal ceremony, the Queen Mary 2 was on January 8, 2004 by Queen Elizabeth II. baptized. The maiden voyage took place between 12 January and 26 January 2004 instead and ran from her home port of Southampton on Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Barbados and the US Virgin Islands to Port Everglades in Florida.
On 19 July 2004, the Queen Mary visited 2 for the first time Port of Hamburg and went on Grasbrookhafen terminal (today Hamburg Cruise Center HafenCity) firmly. The entering port was watched by more than 300,000 spectators. It runs Hamburg regularly now and makes the Hamburg Cruise Center in HafenCity. During this time, found under the 'Queen Mary 2 Day "instead of a social program.
On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Queen Mary 2, Graupner / SJ brings this unique model out in the Premium Line.

Description

Finished model (ARTR) (Almost Ready To Run)
GRP hull
Constructions of lasered ABS parts
Details and small metal parts
Finely detailed details
Dinghy painted multicolored
Hull, superstructure, cranes with dull colors spray painted
Applied decoration
Built-in Motors
Simple installation of the RC components
Scope of delivery: model, ship stand, small parts


RC functions
Rudder
forward / reverse drive, infinitely variable
Specifications
Length overall approx approx .: 1752 mm
width oa .: 205 mm
Scale: 1: 200
total weight approx .: 7000 g
Total weight with RC: 17000 g
total height approx .: 470 mm


Price:1,515.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Graupner Ready Built HMS Belfast
Graupner Ready Built HMS Belfast
Ref: 9106
Almost ready-to-run (ARTR) model
GRP hull
Superstructure made from laser-cut ABS parts
Details and small parts made from metal
Fine detailing
Lifeboats with multi-coloured paint scheme
Hull, superstructure, cranes spray-painted in matt colours
Decals applied
Four built-in electric motors
Simple installation of the RC components
Scope of delivery: model, ship stand, small parts
Info
ARTR (Almost Ready To Run)
HMS Belfast is a British warship currently moored on the Thames in London as an Imperial War Museum exhibit. The Belfast belongs to the Town class, had the tactical ID C35 and was the Royal Navy's largest light cruiser during World War II. The keel of the ship was laid in December 1936 at the Harland & Wolff shipyard in Belfast, it was launched on 17 March 1938 and put into service by the Royal Navy in August 1939.
High-quality, first-class model with outstanding detailing.
RC functions
Rudder control / forward/reverse, continuously variable control
Specification
Overall length, approx. : 1250 mm
Beam, approx.: 150 mm
Scale: 1:150
All-up weight, approx.: 4500 g
Overall height approx.: 320 mm


Price:795.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Graupner Ready Built USS Nimitz
Graupner Ready Built USS Nimitz
Ref: 9066


ARTR (Almost Ready To Run)
The USS Nimitz (CVN-68) is the first aircraft carrier of the class named for it in the United States Navy. It was named for Chester W. Nimitz, the supreme commander of the Pacific Fleet in the Second World War.
The ship was built by the Newport News Shipbuilding Company in Newport News, Virginia. The keel of the USS Nimitz was laid on June 22, 1968; on May 3, 1975, US President Gerald Ford put the ship into service at the Naval Station in Norfolk, Virginia.
High-quality, top-class model with outstanding detail.


Specification:

Almost-Ready-to-Run (ARTR) model
GRP hull
Superstructure of laser-cut ABS parts
Details and small parts of metal
Fine detailing
Fuselage, superstructure, cranes spray painted with matte colours
Decals applied
Three built-in electric motors
Simple installation of the RC components
Included in delivery: Model, ship stand, small parts




Scale 1:200
Overall length, approx. 1710 mm
Beam, approx. 410 mm
Overall height approx. 380 mm
All-up weight, approx. 9500 g

RC functions

Rudder deflection
Forward/reverse with proportional control


Price:976.80 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Graupner Ready Built H.M.S Prince Of Wales
Graupner Ready Built H.M.S Prince Of Wales
Ref: 4977

Information
The HMS Prince of Wales was a British battleship of the King George V class, which was in service during the Second World War. It was the second ship of this at the time most modern class in the Royal Navy.
Its first mission in May 1941 was to join the battle cruiser HMS Hood to prevent the German battleship Bismarck and the heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen from breaking out into the Atlantic. During the battle in the Strait of Denmark, the Hood was sunk by the Bismarck with a few salvos, and the Prince of Wales was severely damaged.
At the end of October 1941, the battleship sailed to Singapore to reinforce the British armed forces in the Far East. On December 10, 1941, the Prince of Wales, together with the HMS Repulse, was sunk by Japanese aircraft. Additional information on the ship is available on the internet, for example at www.wikipedia.de. High-quality, first-class model with outstanding detailing.

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Description :
Almost-Ready-to-Run (ARTR) Model
GRP hull
Superstructure of laser-cut ABS parts
Details and small parts of metal
Fine detailing
Painted in multiple colors
Hull, superstructure, cranes spray-painted with matte colours
Four built-in electric motors
Simple installation of RC components
Included in delivery: GRP hull, deck, superstructure of laser-cut ABS parts, laser-cut ship stand, railing and other small parts of metal, four motors, rudder system, completely painted, instructions in German, English, and French



RC functions :
Rudder adjustment
Forward/reverse with proportional control
Specification
Beam, approx.: 220 mm
Scale: 1:150
Height, approx.: 500 mm
All-up weight, approx.: 5000 g
Overall length, approx.: 1500 mm


Price:798.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Ready Built Titanic Pt No 2104
Ready Built Titanic Pt No 2104
Ref: 4708
Information
" ARTR (Almost Ready To Run)
" The RMS Titanic was a passenger ship of the British White Star Line. When commissioned on 2 April 1912, it was the largest ship in the world.
" On its maiden voyage on 14 April 1912, the Titanic collided with an iceberg and sank in the North Atlantic two hours and 40 minutes later. 1500 of the more than 2200 persons on board died, primarily due to the inadequate number of lifeboats. Based on the high number of victims, the sinking of the Titanic is one of the greatest catastrophes in maritime history.
" Because of the unique circumstances associated with its sinking, the Titanic is one of the best known ships in history.
" Top-class quality model with outstanding detailing.
RC functions
Rudder adjustment
Forward/reverse with proportional control






Description
" Almost-Ready-to-Run (ARTR) Model
" GRP hull
" Superstructure of laser-cut ABS parts
" Details and small parts of metal
" Fine detailing
" Ship's boats painted in multiple colours
" Hull, superstructure, cranes spray-painted with matte colors
" Decals applied
" Three built-in electric motors
" Simple installation of RC components
" Included in delivery: model, ship stand, small parts
Specification
Overall length, approx. : 1760 mm
Beam, approx.: 210 mm
Scale: 1:150
All-up weight, approx.: 7200 g
Overall height approx.: 490 mm


Price:1,350.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Ready Built Bizmarck
Ready Built Bizmarck
Ref: 4515
The original
The Treaty of Versailles permitted Germany to build new ships with a maximum of only 10,000 tons. This made it possible to build only armoured ships of the Germany class (e.g. Graf Spee). Only after the conclusion of the German-British Fleet Agreement of June 1935, was Germany officially allowed to build battleships with a standard displacement of up to 35,000 t. However, these requirements were ignored, so that later on the Bismarck had an operational displacement of about 42,000 t. When it was commissioned in August 1940, it was the largest and most powerful battleship in the world.
The Bismarck became known in the operation it carried out with the Prinz Eugen (Operation Rhine Exercise). During this operation, the HMS Hood was sunk by a salvo from the Bismarck. During the battle, the Bismarck was damaged. Therefore, Admiral Lütjens decided to sail back to Brest for repairs. On this voyage, the Bismarck suffered rudder damage from Swordfish torpedo bombers from H.M.S. Ark Royal, which made it impossible for it to escape from other British ships rushing to the scene. On 27 May, it was finally caught in the North Atlantic by two battleships and two heavy cruisers and went down about 550 nautical miles from Brest.
The model

Description
Model is almost ready to run (ARTR)
GRP hull
Superstructure of lasered ABS-parts
Details and small parts of metal
On-board aircraft with multicoloured paint scheme
Hull, superstructure, cranes, et cetera are spray-painted in matt colours
Three built-in SPEED600 class electric motors
Simple installation of the RC components
Delivery includes: model, ship stand, small parts

ARTR (Almost Ready To Run)
Realistic replica of the famous battleship of the former German Navy of 1939
Camouflage corresponds to its status at its berth in Bergen
Running operations require a ballast weight of about 2 kg
High-quality, top-class model with good detailing
RC functions
Rudder
Forward/reverse, continuously variable control

Specification
Overall length, approx. : 1670 mm
Beam, approx.: 240 mm
Scale: 1:150
Total displacement: 14 kg
Overall height approx.: 414 mm


Price:1,198.99 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Ready Built H.M.S.Hood
Ready Built H.M.S.Hood
Ref: 2397
A new almost ready to run scale model of H.M.S Hood from Graupner with stunning detail now available .
This accurate scale model of the Royal Navy’s battle cruiser from 1918. The Admiral class ships were developed during the First World War to counter the threat of the German Mackensen classes, but only HMS Hood was completed.
In 1941 the Hood, together with the Prince of Wales, took part in the hunt for the Bismarck (accompanied by the Prinz Eugen). During this action the ship came under devastating steep-angle fire from the Bismarck, which succeeded in gaining a hit in the main magazine. The gigantic resultant explosion split the Hood in two, and the wreck sank in just two minutes; there were only three survivors.
Ready-made model (ARTR)
GRP hull
Superstructure assembled from laser-cut ABS parts
Metal detail parts and small items
Finely detailed fittings
Ship's boats with multi-colour painted finish
Hull, superstructure, cranes sprayed with matt-finishpaints
Swivelling 38 cm main guns
Swivelling, elevating 14 cm guns
Four SPEED 400 class electric motors, factory-installed
Simple installation of RC system components
Set contents: model, stand, small parts

RC functions
Rudder ,Proportional speed control , forward / reverse

Specification
Overall length approx. 1750 mm , Beam approx. 210 mm , Overall height approx. 390 mm , All-up weight approx. 12.1 kg , Scale approx. 1 : 150


Price:1,068.00 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Theodor Heuss Rescue Craft
Theodor Heuss Rescue Craft
Ref: 2401
ARTR (Almost Ready To Run)
Scale model of the first sea rescue cruiser featuring the current configuration (tower superstructure and separate daughter boat for shallow water operations). All subsequent cruisers have been built to the same layout.
A total of four ships of the Theodor Heuss class have been built. On 12.02.1957 the cruiser was christened with the name of the German Federal President of the time, Theodor Heuss. The daughter boat was christened Tedje, which is the North German diminutive of the first name Theodor.
The Theodor Heuss remained in service from 1957 to 1963 at Borkum, and from 1963 to 1985 at Laboe. The cruiser was subsequently sold, and is still sailing today as a motor yacht under the name Frido Spatz.
The daughter boat has also been in private ownership since 1996, and is due to sail again after restoration. Previously it was set up as a display exhibit in front of the Norddeich rescue hangar.
The Theodor Heuss which is on display in the German Museum in Munich is the renamed sister ship H.H. Meier. Top-quality model with superb detailing.

Description Ready-made model (ARTR) GRP hulls for both models Superstructure assembled from laser-cut ABS parts Detail fittings and small parts made of metal or plastic Finely detailed superstructure and details Daughter boat included in the set Daughter boat can be lowered to the water and then operatedseparately Hull, superstructure and daughter boat, spray-finished with semi-matt paint Decals already applied The cruiser is fitted with three factory-installed SPEED 600 class electric motors The daughter boat is fitted with one factory-installed SPEED 280 class electric motor Simple installation of the RC components in the cruiser Installation of the RC components in the daughter boat is difficult due to the small size of the vessel, but is certainly possible Set contents: sea rescue cruiser, daughter boat, boatstands, small items

RC functions (cruiser):
Rudder Forward / reverse running, proportional speed control
Open / close stern flap
Lower daughter boat by opening the stern flap

RC functions : Rudder Forward / reverse, proportional speed control

Specification (cruiser) :
Overall length approx. 1160 mm
Beam approx. 265 mm
Overall height approx. 560 mm
All-up weight approx. 6.3 kg
Scale approx. 1 : 20

Specification (daughter boat):
Overall length approx. 325 mm
Beam approx. 115 mm
Overall height approx. 165 mm
All-up weight approx. 495 g
Scale approx. 1 : 20




Price:814.80 (Including VAT at 20%)


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Theodor Heusse Full Accessorie Set Ref: 4575  


Price:265.20 (Including VAT at 20%)

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2 Jp Speed Controllers 50amp
1 Mixer
1 6 Channel radio Combo
1 Rudder Servo
1 Hi Tec Whinch
1 6volt 7ah Batt
1 Charger 6volt
1 Charger For Tx and Daughter Boat Main Batt
1 6 Channel 2.4 radio For Daughter Boat
1 6volt AA Cell Pack for main drive
1 Mini Rudder Servo
Ready Built Cap San Diego
Ready Built Cap San Diego
Ref: 2396
ARTR (Almost Ready To Run)
Scale model of the Cap San Diego museum ship, which is stationed in the port of Hamburg. It is based on original drawings provided by the Cap San Diego Operating Company mbH (www.capsandiego.de)
In 1962 the ships of the Cap San class ushered in the era of fast freighters with their large refrigerated holds and fittings for twelve passengers. With their slim hulls and pronounced stem and stern rakes these ships were more reminiscent of elegant motor-yachts than freighters, and that was why they also became known as the White Swans of the South Atlantic.
Eventually, after about 1980, the Container became the dominant means of goods transport, and the end of the mixed cargo freighter hove into sight; one result of this development was the sale of the Cap San Diego to Spain in 1981.
Rescued from the scrapyard's cutting torch, the Cap San Diego returned to Hamburg in late 1986, where she was completely restored to a seaworthy state. Since that time she has been stationed at the Überseebrücke in Hamburg. We strongly recommend a visit to this vessel.
A high-quality top-level model with superb detail fittings.
Product information:
Ready-made model (ARTR) ,GRP hull ,Superstructure assembled from laser-cut ABS components ,Metal detail fittings and small items ,Finely detailed derricks ,Brass propeller ,Hull, superstructure sections and cranes spray-finishedusing semi-matt paints ,Decals factory-applied ,SPEED 700-class electric motor factory-fitted ,Simple installation of the RC components ,Set contents: model, boatstand, small items

Specification:Overall length approx. 1600 mm , Beam approx. 215 mm , Overall height approx. 425 mm
All-up weight approx. 10.3 kg , Scale approx. 1 : 100




Needs Further Items To Complete



Price:1,098.60 (Including VAT at 20%)


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HMS Ble Bell Flower class corvette
HMS Ble Bell Flower class corvette
Ref: 9049

ARTR (Almost Ready To Run)
The HMS Blue Bell was a Flower class corvette, that did service in the Royal Navy during the Second World War. It was placed into service in July 1940. It served in the Atlantic, Mediterranean, and Arctic, escorted convoys to Russia, and also took part in the invasions of Sicily and France. It was torpedoed and sunk by U-711 under the command of Hans-Günther Lange. It happened on February 17, 1945 while escorting convoy RA-64 from Murmansk. Only 1 member of its crew survived. Additional information on the model can be found on the Internet.

Scale 1:48
Overall length, approx. 1280 mm
Beam, approx. 215 mm
Overall height approx. 500 mm
All-up weight, approx. 10050 g


Price:994.80 (Including VAT at 20%)


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