Schiffsmodelle

You love ship model making or are you toying with the idea to try your hand at your first ship model kit? We have the right model for everyone, from the simple kit for your first wooden model ship to the sophisticated model boat for building on your own. We also offer remote controlled models. Look around and discover the right model ship for you, your child or a model building fan.

Since when does ship model making exist?

Building the first model boat feels like a great adventure and the pride in the first finished wooden model is huge. Nevertheless, every model maker today has to accept the fact that countless like-minded people have built a similar model ship out of wood before him. The origins of ship model making are thought to have been in ancient Egypt several thousand years ago. At that time ship models were already used as burial objects. And children build toy model boats probably since the bow of the first ship touched the water. Scale models probably appeared in the 16th century. At that time, master shipbuilders had to somehow make their plans for new ships appealing to the rulers. They used the smaller replicas to illustrate their ideas.

Sailing ship, racing boat & submarine – the matching ship model kit

The range of model ships is large. In addition to a model ship made of wood or a kit for a racing boat, you can also decide on a submarine model. The requirements for skill and experience are similar for all models. As a fan of ship model making, you simply have to decide which type of model will give you the most pleasure in building and then viewing or trying it out. Sailing ships with their elegant sails and fine masts have something very elegant and are therefore utterly decorative in the showcase. Racing boats are a lot of fun, especially as functional models.

Build model boat yourself - functional models & floor models

Nowadays the do-it-yourself building of model boats has become a popular hobby. Connoisseurs differentiate between functional models and standing models. Stand models are ship replicas, which are often optically very elaborately prepared to be displayed decoratively. Functional models are technical models true to scale. They have the most important movement functions of the original and can also be used for demonstrations or observations. We offer you finished models that you can put directly into the showcase and also kits to build yourself. These can be equipped with a rc remote control if desired.

Model ships made of wood

All our wooden model ships are of a very good quality. Therefore we only offer you model ships from selected manufacturers who are known for their good models in the field of ship model making. From the child to the professional model builder, you will find the right wooden model ship for everyone, which meets the corresponding abilities of its builder. Look around and discover the right ship model kit for your project!

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You love ship model making or are you toying with the idea to try your hand at your first ship model kit ? We have the right model for everyone, from the simple kit for your first wooden model ship to the sophisticated model boat for building on your own . We also offer remote controlled models . Look around and discover the right model ship for you, your child or a model building fan.... read more »
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Schiffsmodelle

You love ship model making or are you toying with the idea to try your hand at your first ship model kit? We have the right model for everyone, from the simple kit for your first wooden model ship to the sophisticated model boat for building on your own. We also offer remote controlled models. Look around and discover the right model ship for you, your child or a model building fan.

Since when does ship model making exist?

Building the first model boat feels like a great adventure and the pride in the first finished wooden model is huge. Nevertheless, every model maker today has to accept the fact that countless like-minded people have built a similar model ship out of wood before him. The origins of ship model making are thought to have been in ancient Egypt several thousand years ago. At that time ship models were already used as burial objects. And children build toy model boats probably since the bow of the first ship touched the water. Scale models probably appeared in the 16th century. At that time, master shipbuilders had to somehow make their plans for new ships appealing to the rulers. They used the smaller replicas to illustrate their ideas.

Sailing ship, racing boat & submarine – the matching ship model kit

The range of model ships is large. In addition to a model ship made of wood or a kit for a racing boat, you can also decide on a submarine model. The requirements for skill and experience are similar for all models. As a fan of ship model making, you simply have to decide which type of model will give you the most pleasure in building and then viewing or trying it out. Sailing ships with their elegant sails and fine masts have something very elegant and are therefore utterly decorative in the showcase. Racing boats are a lot of fun, especially as functional models.

Build model boat yourself - functional models & floor models

Nowadays the do-it-yourself building of model boats has become a popular hobby. Connoisseurs differentiate between functional models and standing models. Stand models are ship replicas, which are often optically very elaborately prepared to be displayed decoratively. Functional models are technical models true to scale. They have the most important movement functions of the original and can also be used for demonstrations or observations. We offer you finished models that you can put directly into the showcase and also kits to build yourself. These can be equipped with a rc remote control if desired.

Model ships made of wood

All our wooden model ships are of a very good quality. Therefore we only offer you model ships from selected manufacturers who are known for their good models in the field of ship model making. From the child to the professional model builder, you will find the right wooden model ship for everyone, which meets the corresponding abilities of its builder. Look around and discover the right ship model kit for your project!

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Corvette Astrolabe
Corvette Astrolabe
The corvette "Astrolabe" was a sailing ship sent on two expeditions to Antarctica and Oceania from 1826 to 1837 by the French Navy under the command of Jules Dumont d'Urville. The ship was named after the French astronomer and explorer Jean-François de Galaup, comte de La Pérouse, who disappeared during an expedition in...
238.50€ *
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English Brigantine Golden Star
English Brigantine Golden Star
Scale model of an English Brigantine, popular in the 17th. and 18th. centuries. A brig is a vessel with two masts square rigged like a ship's foremast and mainmast, but carrying also on her mainmast a fore and aft gaff-and-boom mainsail. In wide use in the merchant marine during the 17th and 18th centuries, the brig was introduced...
102.50€ *
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Sail Training Ship Mercator
Sail Training Ship Mercator
The sail training ship Mercator is a Belgian sail training ship that was commissioned in 1932. It was originally built as a merchant ship. It was seized by the Germans during the Second World War and used as a training ship and returned to Belgium after the war. It served as a sail training ship for the Belgian Navy until 1961. The...
169.90€ *
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Endeavour 1934 M 1:35
Endeavour 1934 M 1:35
The Schooner Endeavour was a famous sailing ship, best known for its participation in the America's Cup. The America's Cup is a sailing competition that has been held since 1851 and is considered the oldest and most prestigious competition in sailing. Endeavour was designed by W. Starling Burgess in 1934 and built by the...
339.00€ *
Aviso Gulnara
Aviso Gulnara
Aviso of the Sardinian Navy. Built in England in 1834 and put into service in the Sardinian Navy in 1835, the Gulnara is a typical example of the transition from sailing ship to steamship. The steam engine in this ship was only to be regarded as a purely auxiliary drive. The ship was still fully sailable. As an observation, escort and...
259.00€ *
Spanish Armada Santa Ana of 1805 Kit
Spanish Armada Santa Ana of 1805 Kit
Ship of the line of the Spanish Armada "Santa Ana " in the state of 1805 - Kit Limited edition ! The ship Santa Ana was launched on 28 September 1784 in El Ferrol (Spain). She was the prototype of a series of 8 ships and had 112 guns distributed on 3 bridges. In the battle of Trafalgar (1805) she was in action against the...
679.00€ *
Pirat Flying Dutchman
Pirat Flying Dutchman
The legend of the Flying Dutchman is about a captain who has been condemned by a curse to wander the sea with his ghost ship until doomsday, unable to enter a port or find salvation in death. The origins of the legend are not known. The core of the legend is a captain who, through his own fault, incurs a curse. This forces him to...
319.95€ *
18th Century Longboat
18th Century Longboat
Model Shipways 18th Century Longboat Model Ship Kit 1:48 Scale True Plank-on-Frame Kit The longboat was the largest boat aboard an 18th century ship. The ship s principal lifeboat, it was also used for coming and going to the ship to transport supplies and take empty water casks ashore to be filled with fresh water. Longboats were kept...
59.90€ *
Armed Captain's Longboat
Armed Captain's Longboat
For beginners and experts alike. A true plank-frame armed captain's longboat in 1:24 scale measuring approximately 24" from bowsprit to tip of boom. Every wood detail in the original longboat has been captured in 9 sheets of laser-cut basswood (no plywood) and over 60 basswood strips and dowels. Thirty-six cast Brittania metal...
135.90€ *
Gunboat Philadelphia
Gunboat Philadelphia
BRIEF HISTORY Launched in August of 1776, the gunboat Philadelphia is the oldest American fighting vessel in existence. Part of the American fleet commanded by General Benedict Arnold, she sank on October 11, 1776 during the Battle of Valcour Island against the Royal Navy on Lake Champlain. She remained sitting upright in the cold...
235.00€ *
American Schooner Virginia
American Schooner Virginia
History of VIRGINIA American Schooner The Virginia is a type of ship known as a 'schooner'. We are at the beginning of the 19th century. The United States undertook at that time the construction of small ships rigged in schooners, obtaining vessels of great maneuverability and elegance. These schooners would be the seed of the...
85.90€ *
Italien School Ship Amerigo Vespucci
Italien School Ship Amerigo Vespucci
The Amerigo Vespucci's home port is La Spezia. She is primarily used for the maritime training of officer candidates of the Accademia Navale. The Italian Navy commissioned the construction of two training ships in 1925.The design was inspired by the large 74-gun ships common in the late 18th century.She was built in 1930 at the...
354.95€ *
Steam Tug Tim
Steam Tug Tim
Tim is a steam tug from the early 20th century. The model can be built as a working ship or as a museum ship (with railing). The model impresses with an extensive set of fittings and high-quality etched brass parts allow fine detailing of the model. There is enough space in the voluminous hull for the entire RC installation. A smoke...
255.00€ *
HMS Wolf 1752
HMS Wolf 1752
Model Shipyard cardboard models are still drawn in the traditional way with the help of pencil and tracing paper from plans and historical documents. CAD technology and computers are used to check and refine all plans. Prototypes are built and improved to perfection before a kit goes into production. The cardboard parts are cut out...
179.95€ *
HMS Mercury 1779
HMS Mercury 1779
Model Shipyard cardboard models are still drawn in the traditional way with the help of pencil and tracing paper from plans and historical documents. CAD technology and computers are used to check and refine all plans. Prototypes are built and improved to perfection before a kit goes into production. The cardboard parts are cut out...
399.00€ *
Papegojan 1627
Papegojan 1627
Model Shipyard cardboard models are still drawn in the traditional way with the help of pencil and tracing paper from plans and historical documents. CAD technology and computers are used to check and refine all plans. Prototypes are built and improved to perfection before a kit goes into production. The cardboard parts are cut out...
159.00€ *
Heavy Cruiser Prinz Eugen WWII Ship Kit
Heavy Cruiser Prinz Eugen WWII Ship Kit
The heavy cruiser Prinz Eugen was a warship of the German Kriegsmarine and belonged to the Admiral Hipper class. It was named after the Austrian general Prince Eugene of Savoy. On 18 May 1941, the Prinz Eugen sailed from Gdingen (Gotenhafen) together with the battleship Bismarck for Unternehmen Rheinübung from the Baltic Sea with the...
499.00€ * 439.95€ *
HMS Beagle Ship Kit
HMS Beagle Ship Kit
The HMS Beagle was one of the most famous ships of its time for different reasons. The most famous of all they were without a doubt his journey of naturalistic research, captained by Commander Robert FitzRoy and with a young Darwin on board. Launched in the Thames River on May 11, 1820, it was built by the Wollwich shipyards. In July...
154.50€ *
Frigate ‘Jylland’
Frigate ‘Jylland’
The frigate ‘Jylland’ was the last warship of the Danish Royal Navy built of oak. It was launched on 20 January 1860. ‘Jylland’ was also the first steam-powered, screwdriven ship and at an engine out-put of 400 hp was able to reach the then impressive speed of 12 knots. A noteworthy feature that should be mentioned is that the screw...
379.90€ *
Fireboat FLB-1
Fireboat FLB-1
Fireboat FLB-1 The FLB-1 is modelled on a fire-fighting boat stationed in Neuss. It was put into service in 1983 and has been in service on the Rhine ever since. The vessel is used for fire protection and rescue services. Its relatively compact construction, powerful engine and the many details and functional possibilities make the kit...
159.00€ *
Sail Boat Dragon Force 65 RTR
Sail Boat Dragon Force 65 RTR
Dragon Force 65 V6 RTR Rennsporttaugliches RC-Segelboot der RG65-Klasse mit elegantem Erscheinungsbild Die Dragon Force ist ein voll Regatta-taugliches Modell für die beliebte RG65-Wettbewerbsklasse. Mit seiner fertigen und in seiner Grundausstattung perfekt vorbereiteten Ausstattung ist dieses Modell aber genauso für den...
275.90€ *
Mini Katamaran Binary RTR Set
Mini Katamaran Binary RTR Set
Binary Mini Katamaran Segelboot 2.4G RTR Dieser kompakte Katamaran ist nicht nur sehr schnell und einfach aufgebaut, er segelt auch sehr gut. Dank seiner ausgefeilten Riggkonstruktion und der verwendeten Qualitäts-Einzelteile ist das Modell ein echtes Segelfahrzeug, das den Wind effektiv umsetzt. Durch seine feinfühlige Segel und...
97.60€ *
Galeone WASA
Galeone WASA
In the early 17th century, Sweden was busy building an empire around the Baltic Sea in northern Europe. A strong navy was essential. During the 1620s Sweden was at war with Poland. In 1625 the Swedish king Gustavus Adolphus ordered new warships. Among them the Vasa. The Vasa was built at the Stockholm shipyard by Henrik Hybertsson - an...
999.00€ *
Segelboot Dragon Flite 95 ARS
Segelboot Dragon Flite 95 ARS
Dragon Flite 95 ARS ohne Fernsteuerung Rennsporttaugliches RC-Segelboot mit elegantem Erscheinungsbild. Aus dem Wunsch, neben der beliebten RG65-Klasse noch eine größere Variante zu bieten, ist die DF95-Regattaklasse entstanden. Das Modell hierzu ist die Dragon Flite, die die hervorragenden Eigenschaften der Dragon Force-Konstruktion...
399.00€ *
Segelboot Orion V2 2.4G RTR
Segelboot Orion V2 2.4G RTR
Orion V2 Segelboot 2.4G RTR Orion ist ein kleines "Ready to Sail". Segelboot, in dem viel mehr steckt, als man es von dieser Größe erwartet. Die kompakten Abmessungen lassen das Modell sehr einfach transportieren, und dennoch bereitet es auch dem versierten Modellsegler viel Segelfreude. Die Qualität und ausgefeilte...
128.95€ *
Battleship Bismarck 1941
Battleship Bismarck 1941
Amati Modell Schiff Bausatz "Schlachtschiff Bismark 1941". Großer Detailreichtum. Umwandelbar zu RC-Modell. Beim Fachhändler online kaufen!
559.00€ *
French Sailing Boat Le Martegaou
French Sailing Boat Le Martegaou
The "Le Martegaou" was a typical sailing boat with a flat hull bottom from Provence. Ships of this type were often used along the Rhone for the transport of timber, bricks from Arles and fodder. This type of vessel was also found along the southern coasts of France. However, the boats disappeared when railway transport became...
78.90€ *
French Fisherman Esperance
French Fisherman Esperance
A French fishing boat built in Honfleur in the bay of Le Havre in 1866. These typical boats that operated in this region had a crew of 3, a sail area of approx. 47m² and always a length of less than 10m. Wooden kit with fittings, plan and instructions. Technical data: Scale: 1:30 length 450 mm Width 110 mm Height 420 mm
78.90€ *
Pilot Cutter Henriette-Marie
Pilot Cutter Henriette-Marie
Henriette-Marie is the first known pilot cutter from Le Havre. Built in 1847, it was used until 1890. The Henriette-Marie was a fast and very manoeuvrable boat, her crew consisted of 2 men and a cabin boy. The pilot cutters were nicknamed "Swallows of the Channel" because of their liveliness and their black hulls with white...
78.90€ *
French Fisherman Le Bayard
French Fisherman Le Bayard
"Le Bayard" is a fishing vessel from Fécamp on the north coast of Normandy. It was built around 1850. At that time, these boats were used for fishing off Newfoundland. The hulls were made of raw, unvarnished wood and the sails were coloured reddish brown. In 1878 these boats were replaced by lighter ones. Wooden kit with...
78.90€ *
Tuna Fisherman "Marie Jeanne"
Tuna Fisherman "Marie Jeanne"
The Marie Jeanne left the French port of Concarneau and sailed between 1900 and 1950. Tuna fishing requires strong and fairly fast boats. This fishing vessel, used for tuna fishing from June to October, reached the coast of Mauritania in voyages of up to two months, as the tuna are usually far from the coast. In the early days, vessels...
99.00€ *
Scottish Sailing Zulu ‘Lady Isabella’
Scottish Sailing Zulu ‘Lady Isabella’
The Scottish Sailing Zulu ‘Lady Isabella’ HISTORY The Zulu was an innovative hybrid which fused the extreme rake of the sternpost of the ‘Scaffie’ and the near straight stem of the ‘Fifie’. This produced a unique and highly successful class of fore and aft rigged fishing vessels during the last decades of the herring sail fishery....
249.00€ * 225.00€ *
HMS Sphinx – 1775
HMS Sphinx – 1775
HMS Sphinx – 1775 This is Vanguard Models’ latest kit release. This is our most comprehensive design to date, incorporating a vast number of pre-cut and engraved parts spread over 33 sheets of mainly pear wood, with high grade MDF used for the skeleton. The laser-engraved decks are made from maple ply, and we also include ply decks for...
899.00€ *
Erycina – Plymouth Trawler
Erycina – Plymouth Trawler
Erycina – 1882 Erycina was originally built as a cutter. She was designed by H.V. Prigg and built by W.H. Shilston, Coxside, Sutton Harbour in 1882. She was converted to a ketch rig in 1894. Due to her pedigree, Erycina has unusually beautiful lines, described as a ‘Crack Ketch’, and handled more like a racing yacht than a fishing...
259.00€ * 239.00€ *
Nisha Brixham Mumble Bee
Nisha Brixham Mumble Bee
Nisha – 1907 The ‘Mumble Bee’ was cutter rigged, full bowed and broad beamed. They were strongly built and many survived to a good old age. Because of their fine lines, a few of these vessels were converted to yachts in their later life. Those fishing off the Welsh coast out of Tenby, working the fishing grounds in Mumbles Bay,...
199.00€ * 179.00€ *
Heckraddampfer Chaperon
Heckraddampfer Chaperon
Geschichte der Chaperon Die Chaperon wurde ursprünglich 1884 in Chambersburg, Ohio, gebaut und wurde J. C. Kerr genannt. Das Boot war 120 Fuß lang, 21 Fuß breit und 4 Fuß tief. Es wurde als Handelsschiff in Kentucky auf dem Green River in den frühen 1890er Jahren eingesetzt. 1904 wurde das Boot umbenannt in Chaperon und für kurze Zeit...
379.00€ *
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