Converted from a dockyard lighter, the HMS Sinbad and Drake were renamed Mortar Vessel No. 1 and Mortar Vessel No. 2. They were armed with a single 13-inch mortar. Twenty-Two such ships were constructed and many were saw action in the Baltic. This model includes a 0.6mm hole in the bow for a bowsprit and a 0.7mm hole amidships for a main mast.
Chamsuri class patrol vessels are naval craft designed and built for the Republic of Korea (South Korea) Navy in the 1970s. Over 100 were constructed. It is vein phased out in Korea, but many have been transferred to Bangladesh (Titas Class), East Timor, Ghana (Stephen Otu Class), Kazakhstan (031 Class), and the Philippines (Tomas Batillo class).
The Amphitrite class monitors were a class of four U.S. Navy monitors ordered as tensions with Spain were rising. A fifth ship originally of the same design, USS Puritan (BM-1), was later fitted with extra armor and designated as a unique class. Though ordered in the mid 1870s, they did not enter commission until the early 1890s. Several variants of the class were created due to modifications in their long service life. These packs contain two variants.
The USS Brooklyn was an armored cruiser commissioned in 1896. It served in the Spanish-American War as flagship of the flying column which defeated the Spanish fleet in the Battle of Santiago de Cuba. She was finally decommissioned in 1921.
USS Cincinnati (C-7) was a protected cruiser of the United States Navy and was launched in 1892 by New York Navy Yard and commissioned in 1894. During the Spanish American War, it joined the blockade off Havana, Cuba, and bombarded Matanzas.
The USS Baltimore (C-3) was the second protected cruiser built for the US Navy. Launched in 1888, it was the flagship of the North Atlantic Squadron. It fought in the Battle of Manilla Bay and was present for the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1942.
The USS Montery (BM-6) was one of the last monitors built for the US Navy. Commissioned in 1893, it served in the Pacific. During the Spanish-American War, it fought in the lopsided American victory in Manila Bay. She was decommissioned in 1921.