Hms Enterprize 1774 - 1:96 POF - Boxwood Version, 3D Resin decorations


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Length 48 cm

Width  9.6 cm

Height 11 cm

Prototype Build by Modelship Dockyard

Hms Enterprize 1774 1:96 POF Admiralty model

The Enterprize class was designed by John Williams, the successor of the renowned British ship designer (surveyor) Tomas Slade, in 1770. He made minor adjustments based on the design of the most successful frigate of the Royal Navy in the mid-19th century. Created the Enterprise class, a massively constructed frigate class, with a total of nearly 30 ships, built to cope with wars in Europe and maintain the situation of American colonies.

 HMS Enterprize was primarily active in European waters before 1781, playing a crucial role in the French siege of Gibraltar against Britain. It successfully detected and thwarted attacks by a new French weapon at the time—the fire ship.
Following the end of the siege of Gibraltar, Enterprize underwent new outfitting and sailed to the Americas to carry out missions aimed at suppressing American independence. During this period, it captured some privateer ships and returned to Britain in 1784.
In the subsequent two decades, Enterprize undertook various small missions in British waters and was ultimately decommissioned in 1807.

Modelship Dockyard full structured PoF HMS Enterprize


L*W*H - 480*96*110mm

Main (hull and fitting) materials:

Complementary materials:
Plywood, 3D resin, brass

In kit contents:
Sheets for hull and fittings (decks for lower deck included only),
Platform plywood, 3D resin fittings, brass wire,
3D Resin decorations, CNC brass guns, PE sheet.