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Black Seas French Navy 1st Rate Black Seas French Navy 1st Rate
£27.00
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1st Rate ships of the line were extremely large and powerful and were a true display of a Navy's power. They were, however, expensive to operate, so their service use was limited in times of peace. In the carronade era, a 1st Rate ship-of-the-line was defined as mounting no less than 100 guns. A French Navy 1st Rate can, when using the national special rules, be an extremely resilient foe to dislo…
Black Seas French Navy 3rd Rates of Renown Black Seas French Navy 3rd Rates of Renown
£42.00
1 in stock
This box set outfits you with three French Navy Third-Rate-Ships-of-the-line. Building upon the superb third rate plastic sprues, the box contains additional metal components to make the following famous vessels, all of which were present at the Battle of Trafalgar! Indomptable- A Tonnant-class 80-gun ship of the line, Indomptable was laid down in 1788 and saw active service from 1791. In her firs…
Black Seas Gunboat Squadron Black Seas Gunboat Squadron
£17.00
1 in stock
A gunboat squadron is like a gnat in comparison to the larger ships-of-the-line. Nevertheless, they have a useful place in the fleet. A gunboat would typically have only a single mast with square-rigged sails, mounting between one and three fixed cannons. Fleets of all navies kept gunboats on hand. They could be useful in shallower waters, as with only a single mounted cannon, they were able to ma…
Black Seas HMS Royal Sovereign Black Seas HMS Royal Sovereign
£27.00
1 in stock
HMS Royal Sovereign was a 1st Rate Ship-of-the-Line of the Royal Navy, bearing 100 guns. She was launched from Plymouth Dockyard in 1786 and developed somewhat of a poor reputation from her crew, supposedly dubbed "West Country Wagon" owing to poor manoeuvrability and speed. Prior to her famous role at the Battle of Trafalgar, she participated in the battles of "The Glorious First of June" as the…
Black Seas HMS Victory Black Seas HMS Victory
£27.00
1 in stock
Black Seas LOrient Black Seas LOrient
£27.00
1 in stock
Black Seas Merchant Vessels Black Seas Merchant Vessels
£27.00
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Merchant vessels were not designed for combat. They were slow lumbering vessels designed to have a large capacity for transporting goods but at the sacrifice of manoeuvrability. In Black Seas there are many scenarios that necessitate the use of merchant vessels. Scenario 4 - Blood & Plunder! (Page 41 Black Seas rulebook), see two opposing privateer fleets attempt to claim the contents of merchant…
Black Seas Royal Navy 1st Rate Black Seas Royal Navy 1st Rate
£27.00
1 in stock
A Royal Navy 1st rate is a particularly dangerous foe in Black Seas, especially true when using the National Special Rules. In the game, 1st rates have the best access to customisation and upgrade options. Combine certain upgrades (we're fans of Master Gunner) with the British 'Drilled' special rule and your 1st rate will truly be an unstoppable force - but don't go into battle unsupported! The Ki…
Black Seas Royal Navy 3rd Rates of Renown Black Seas Royal Navy 3rd Rates of Renown
£42.00
1 in stock
This box set outfits you with three Royal Navy Third-Rate-Ships-of-the-line. Building upon the superb third rate plastic sprues, the box contains additional metal components to make the following famous vessels, all of which were present at the Battle of Trafalgar! HMS Bellerophon - This 74 gun third rate has a long and storied history, serving during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.…
Black Seas Rule Book Black Seas Rule Book
£20.00
1 in stock
Black Seas Santisma Trinidad Black Seas Santisma Trinidad
£27.00
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The Santisima Trinidad (officially named Nuestra Señora de la Santísima Trinidad) was a Spanish first-rate ship of the line. This number of guns increased over the years. At launch in 1769, she had 112 guns, though this number gradually increased. between 1795 and 1796 she was upgraded to 130 guns, and in 1802 this number was increased to 140. Following this last rebuild, she was the heaviest arme…
Black Seas Scenery Pack Black Seas Scenery Pack
£33.50
1 in stock
You'll find within the box plenty to add variety to your games of Black Seas. Rocks of various shapes and sizes can provide tricky obstacles to negotiate with your vessels. They are also capable of blocking line of sight - a wily Captain, should his sailing be savvy enough, can use them to stalk an enemy in relative safety before pouncing upon his prey. But be careful not to collide. They are part…
Black Seas Spanish Navy 1st Rate Black Seas Spanish Navy 1st Rate
£27.00
1 in stock
First-rate ships of the line are the ultimate vessel in Black Seas. These ships pack a tremendous punch and can take quite the pummelling. Any enemy unfortunate enough to be caught in the broadside of a 1st Rate is not likely to be around long enough to take the tale. 1st Rates also have access to the greatest quantity and wealth of customisation and upgrade options in the game. Spanish 1st Rates…
Black Seas Spanish Navy 3rd Rates of Renown Black Seas Spanish Navy 3rd Rates of Renown
£42.00
1 in stock
This box set outfits you with three Spanish Navy Third-Rate-Ships-of-the-line. Building upon the superb third rate plastic sprues, the box contains additional metal components to make the following famous vessels, all of which were present at the Battle of Trafalgar! Monarca - a 74-gun third rate ship of the line belonging to the Montañés-class. Her main guns were arranged over two complete decks,…
Black Seas Spanish Navy Fleat Black Seas Spanish Navy Fleat
£84.00
2 in stock
The Spanish Navy was beset by mixed fortunes in the Age of Sail, achieving great victories and major defeats in an interesting balance. Particularly during the Napoleonic era, Spanish allegiances were subject to fluctuations, oftentimes at odds with the British, yet allying with them when the situation suited (such as their rejection of Napoleon in 1808 - even in the wake of Trafalgar in which a q…
Black Seas Terrors Of The Deep Black Seas Terrors Of The Deep
£45.00
4 in stock
Sailors have swapped stories of the horrors that inhabit the seas for centuries, creating legends of monsters that come up from the murky depths to drag whole ships down to Davy Jones’ Locker. Sailors are nothing if not superstitious and many believed these creatures roamed the oceans in the Age of Sail. These Terrors of the Deep add character and a new sense of danger to your games of Black Seas.…
Black Seas US Navy Fleet Black Seas US Navy Fleet
£67.00
1 in stock
The Naval Act of 1794 established a permanent standing navy on 27 March 1794, in the US. Prior to this, a US Naval military presence had been left wanting for 10 years. By October 1797, the first three of six frigates launched; the USS United States, USS Constellation, and USS Constitution. Between 1798 and 99, several engagements took place between the US and France - though this was not a declar…
Black Seas USS Constitution Black Seas USS Constitution
£27.00
2 in stock
USS Constitution was one of six Heavy Frigates commissioned by the United States Congress in 1794 to protect American shipping against Barbary Pirates in the Mediterranean. These frigates were designed to outmatch the frigates of any other nation while remaining nimble enough to slip away from larger ships-of-the-line. These six frigates (Chesapeake, Constitution, President, United States, Congres…
Black Seas USS Essex Black Seas USS Essex
£22.50
1 in stock
The USS Essex was a 36-gun frigate that participated in the Quasi-War with France, the First Barbary War, and the War of 1812. She was very successful in disrupting British whaling in the Pacific, before being captured in 1814, and re-purposed as the HMS Essex under the Royal Navy. Launched on 30 September 1799, she was armed with short ranged carronades that could not hope to match the range of 1…

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