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A 1:1200 scale model of the Caledonian MacBrayne ferry, Loch Seaforth, due to replace the Isle of Lewis on the route between Ullapool and Stornaway
A 1:1200 scale model of the Wind Turbine Installation Vessel MPI Adventure. This ship is able to jack itself up on six legs to provide a stable platform for constructing offshore wind farms
This model includes the complete hull and separate legs and cranes for assembly. A waterline model of this ship underway is also available
A 1:148 scale model of the Caledonian MacBrayne Ferry, Loch Linnhe.
This model is designed for a (UK) N gauge model railway.
1:1200 scale model of the late chemical tanker Eylen
1:1200 scale model of the former Dutch Emergency Towing Vessel, Waker, previously the Greenpeace vessel Solo
1:1200 scale model of the RRS Discovery, due to enter service in 2013.
A 1:1200 scale model of the Botnia Express, which was operated on ferry services between Sweden and Finland by Vaasanlaivat / Vasabåtarna.
This was the second vessel to be called Botnia Express, named after the Gulf of Bothnia, and was originally built as the Diana in 1972. Meyer Werft of Papenburg built six similar ships for Viking Line between 1970-1974. Her sister ships were Apollo, Viking 1, Viking 3, Viking 4 and the larger Viking 5. Currently named Jamaa II, she is sailing in the Red Sea.
A 1:1200 scale model of the cruise ship, MS Expedition, which is owned by G Adventures.
Three ships from the Isles of Scilly Steamship Company fleet in 1:1200 scale: Scillonian III, Gry Maritha and Ivor B.
A 1:1200 scale model of the P&O Ferries ship Pride of York, which travels across the North Sea between Hull and Zeebrugge.
This ship was previously operated by North Sea Ferries with the name Norsea.
Her Dutch-flagged sister ship, Pride of Bruges (Norsun) is available too
1:1200 model of the Caledonian MacBrayne ferry, MV Hallaig.
Due in service in 2013, Hallaig is apparently the first sea-going hybrid passenger roro ferry.
A 1:1200 scale model of the RRS Ernest Shackleton, the logistics ship used by the British Antarctic Survey.
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