Academy is back with another kit of the RMS Titanic, this time in 1/1000 scale. This new-tool gem is molded in multi-color plastic (MCP) and comes very close to being buildable without painting. The kit is molded in four different colors plus one tree of brass-plated plastic and presented on seven parts trees plus the bow and stern decks, lower hull, upper hull, and superstructure.
The box indicates that Academy has engineered an intuitive build kit and looking through the instructions, there are no surprises and looking at the parts, you could almost build this kit without the instructions. The layout of the assemblies are very intuitive and the pre-colored parts dont leave many areas needing paint. The kit also has a display stand included.
A well known subject joins Academy’ s Multi-Colored Parts (MCP) Series, it’s (14220) 1/700 R.M.S. Titanic.
The kit features an LED set which adds drama and brings the completed model to life. Deck structures are realistic, the hull is molded in color.
The kit comes with display stand and nameplate. Because it’s an MCP kit needing no painting, but still filled with fine detail, it can be enjoyed by beginner and experienced modeler alike.
Two AAA batteries are required.
The 83,673 ton Queen Elizabeth was the largest liner in the world when it was built at Clydebank, Scotland and launched in September 1938. She served as a troop ship throughout WWII and was completely reconditioned before entering commercial service in October 1946 on the Cunard Line’s express service between Southampton, Cherbourgh and New York. At 1031ft long, she had accommodation for more than 2000 passengers and a crew of 1290 over 13 decks.
- Service Brown
- Bright Red
- Sea Grey
- Brick Red
No ship collection could be complete without a model of what is possibly the most famous ship in modern history. Though tragedy led to that fame, it is more important to consider the safety features now found on modern luxury vessels as a result of that tragedy. Few vessels have been studies as much as Titanic. This model was created from the most exacting data that could be provided by experts in the field and is considered the most accurate model of the ill-fated ship. Painstaking engineering has reproduced the proper number of windows in the skylight, for example, and the marking for each individual lifeboat correctly replicated of these on the ship. Also found on this model are the ships bell, free-floating forward cargo boom, center anchor and double-braced anchor chain, and, of course, those distinctive quadruple funnels!
This kit contains over 400 separate parts.
The kit features a one piece hull, engraved deck and hull detail, decals, fine rigging line and commemorative “Centennial� plaque.
When completed the model measures almost 30� long which makes it the largest, most accurate plastic model of the Titanic available anywhere.
Detailed and accurate
Rigging thread included
Display stand with name plate included
Skill Level 3
Type description - Passenger-steamer
Year/Period - 1912
Speed - 24 Knoten
Length - 267 m
Width - 28 m
Weight - 46.329 BRT
About the ship:
The Titanic achieved fame due to the tragic events that overtook her during her maiden voyage on 14th April 1912. The Queen of the Sea was to carry 1,316 passengers from Southampton to New York for the White Star Line. During the night at about 23.40 hours, in the Atlantic, the British luxury linerhit an iceberg that tore a 100 m gash in her starboard side. When the Titanic sank at about 0.20 hours on 15th April 1,503 of the 2,206 people on board lost their lives. The 46,329 BRT vessel had a length of 267 m and a displacement of 66,000 tons.
Skill level: 4
Length: 527 mm
The Queen Mary which was laid down at John Browns on Clydebank in 1930 and completed in 1936, was one of the three 80000 BRT superlines of the 30s. In August 1936 the Queen Mary crossed the Atlnatic at 30.14 knots westwards ant at 30.63 eastwards, thus taking the Blue Riband from the Normandie, who quickly regained the trophy in 1937 until the Queen Mary finally held the record until 1952. When the Second World War broke out, the liner was transferred to Sydney, where she was fitted out as a troop carrier for 15,000 soldiers. After the war the Queen Mary returned to North Atlantic passenger service. In 1967 the Cunard White Star Line disposed of the ship by selling it to the town of Long Beach, where it has operated as a floating hotel since 1971.
- Structurally detailed hull
- Detailed decks
- Four screws
- Detailed superstructures
- 28 life boats
- 3 detailed funneld
- Vent pipes
- Display stand
- Decals and flag chart
HMS Queen Elizabeth started in October 21, 1912, was launched in October 16, 1913.1915 January, completed in Portsmouth dockyard.Cost about 2400000 pounds.In 1926 -1927 years refitting for modernization.In 1937 August -1940 year in October of second large-scale modernization.December 19, 1941 in Egypt in port Alexander were sunk, salvage after repair in 1943 to join the British Far East fleet in the war against japan.Finally in 1946, retired in August, 1948 sale of disintegration.
- Detailed plastic model for static display.
- Snap fit...no glue required.
- Full hull with display stand.
- Decals included.
- Illustrated instructions.
- Scale: 1/350
- Length: 84 mm
- Parts: 38