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Kriegsmarine Coastal Force
Combine the complete German Kriegsmarine Fleet with a flotilla of the fast and powerful E-boats, then add in the rules for Cruel Seas with the special U-boat miniature and your Kriegsmarine Coastal Force is ready to head out on aggressive...
£113.00 £106.00
Kriegsmarine Fleet
Kaiser Wilhelm’s vision, indeed obsession, with building a vast fleet of dreadnoughts came to nought during the Great War. He knew that his excellent fleet could not risk significant battles with the Royal Navy, it was a one-shot weapon. The...
£77.00
Kriegsmarine Fleet + Boat Deal
Kaiser Wilhelm’s vision, indeed obsession, with building a vast fleet of dreadnoughts came to nought during the Great War. He knew that his excellent fleet could not risk significant battles with the Royal Navy, it was a one-shot weapon. The...
£73.00
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Cruel Seas: Kriegsfischkutter Flotilla
Known as KFKs, these vessels were mostly wooden fishing boats intended for use by the Kriegsmarine as patrol boats and sub chasers. Their design dates back to 1920. A huge building programme was launched in 1942, making them the largest...
£67.00 £60.00
Cruel Seas: Drache helicopter carrier
The Drache started as a seaplane tender built in Hamburg for the Royal Yugoslavian Navy in 1928. She was converted into a minelayer in 1937. Captured by the Germans in 1941, the Kriegsmarine renamed her the Drache (dragon) and converted her back to a...
£52.00
Cruel Seas: German Siebel Ferry (2)
Dubbed the Kleine fähre (small ferry) the Siebel ferry would prove it's self a highly useful and adaptable vessel. Aircraft designer Fritz Siebel (A commissioned a colonel in the Luftwaffe) had been assigned his own Sonderkommando (special command) for improvising...
£41.50
Cruel Seas: R-23 R-boat
The R-boat, also known as Räumboote in German, was a class of naval vessels originally designed as minesweepers, but their role evolved under fire. Prized for their manoeuvrability and shallow draft, they were perfect for escorting coastal traffic and patrolling...
£39.00
Cruel Seas: German Kriegsfischkutter
Known as KFKs, these vessels were mostly wooden fishing boats intended for use by the Kriegsmarine as patrol boats and sub chasers. Their design dates back to 1920. A huge building programme was launched in 1942, making them the largest...
£39.00
Vorposten Boot flakship
Of the many German patrol boats that served during the war, the VP-Boot or Vorpostenboot was perhaps the most feared by the Royal Navy. Built as an escort boat from many different pre-war fishing vessels, yachts or harbour craft, they...
£36.00
M-Class Minesweeper
The M-class were larger ships, equivalent to the RN Corvettes, well-built vessels that were seaworthy and useful ships. They used light flak for defence against aircraft but also packed useful main guns and depth charges to combat submarines. Contains: 1x...
£36.00
Kriegsmarine Marinefährprahm F-lighter
Originally a converted tank landing craft that was being developed for the Kriegsmarine, The Marinefährprahm F-lighter was up armoured and equipped with the extremely accurate 88mm guns and multiple flak guns. As a result, although slow, the F-lighters were capable...
£29.00
Cruel Seas: German U-Boat VIIc
The Type VII formed the backbone of Germany’s mighty U-boat fleet throughout the Second World War, sinking vast quantities of Allied shipping but suffering horrific casualties in return. They were the most widely-produced submarines in history. 703 were built, of...
£29.00
Cruel Seas: Convoy Freighter
All nations relied on the successful shipment of goods, whether those goods be munitions or simply food and clothing. Such vessels would band together in convoys for mutual protection, often accompanied by escorts. Most freighters were practically defenceless against attacking...
£29.00
Cruel Seas: Broken Tanker
Tasked with the ferry of supplies such as food, fuel, steel, clothing to munitions and weaponry. Many nations were heavily reliant on such ships completing the journey and securing their goods. As a result, this made them obvious targets for...
£29.00
Merchant Tanker
Tasked with the ferry of supplies such as food, fuel, steel, clothing to munitions and weaponry. Many nations were heavily reliant on such ships completing the journey and securing their goods. As a result, this made them obvious targets for...
£23.00
Kriegsmarine E-boat flotilla
The Schnellboat or ‘E Boat’ as the British Admiralty called them, E for enemy, was a truly formidable beast, in many ways incomparable in detail to the other nation’s boats. In sheer size alone, the E boat was much, much...
£21.00
Cruel Seas: Sturmboot 42 (Heavy)
This was a larger version of the original river-crossing sturmboot with an internal engine capable of transporting a platoon rather than a single section. They were also used in enclosed seas such as the Mediterranean and Baltic.  Contains 4 metal...
£19.50
Cruel Seas Kriegsmarine weapons pack
A lot of naval vessels were armed to the teeth with a variety of weaponry. Ranging from anti-infantry to anti-vessel and anti-air, a lot of ships were basically made to be a 'jack of all trades' type of threat, able...
£14.00
Ju 87D Stuka flight
The Junkers Ju 87 or Stuka (Sturzkampfflugzeug meaning "dive bomber" in translation), was a dive bomber for the Luftwaffe. This is also the infamous aircraft that was equipped with its wailing sirens, which become a sound to fear for the...
£11.00
Cruel Seas water plumes pack
The wonderful thing about naval warfare is that the ammunition didn’t just disappear if it missed its intended target. Rather it would show up quite well in the form of fountains of spray known as ‘plumes’. They’re great for intimidating...
£10.50
Cruel Seas large water plumes pack
The wonderful thing about naval warfare is that the ammunition didn’t just disappear if it missed its intended target. Rather it would show up quite well in the form of fountains of spray known as ‘plumes’. They’re great for intimidating...
£10.50
Cruel Seas: Barrage Balloons
As airpower grew in strength as the war progressed, the world’s navies used any and all devices to keep strike aircraft away from their shipping, whether large or small, naval or merchantmen. The humble barrage balloon, a gas-filled bag secured...
£10.50
Cruel Seas: Linse explosive motorboat
Devised in the last years of the war, the Linse boats were one of the Kriegsmarine's last gasps - designed for special operations against Allied shipping in harbour. These 6ft plywood boats operated in squadrons of three, two suicide boats...
£10.50
German S-boat sprue
Includes one German Kriegsmarine S-boot plastic frame (2 boats)Models supplied unassembled and unpainted
£9.99
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