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  1. Our plans for the coming years: 1. English /Russian 24-gun cutter (brig) "Mercury", (bought by Russia 1788). Commander Robert Crown - Scotsman in Russian service. 2. Swedish/Russian 44-gun frigate "Venus", 1783 (captured by the Russians in 1789). Design by F. Chapman. 3. Russian 52-gun frigate "Pallas", 1832. 4. 90-gun ship "St. Paul", 1794. Flagship of the Black Sea Fleet by Admiral F. Ushakov All reconstruction according to archival drawings located in the Russian archives. And we are actively working on this in recent years.
  2. Preview of work on one of the new project "MASTER KORABEL" MK0305 - 22-oars two 24pd-gun gunboat of the Baltic fleet,1848 Dimensions by extreme points: Length -283 mm Height - 181 mm Width - 73mm
  3. Hello Justin When creating this video for YouTube, I used the soundtrack "Depths" by composer Alexander Zatsepin for the Soviet film "Captain Nemo" in 1975 (based on the novel by Jules Verne). If interested here is a link to the movie.
  4. Looks great, but the flagpole is an extra detail on the model if the sails are shown
  5. Photos from the first buyer kit "MOREL - Nikonov's Secret Vessel. The author of the model is Andrey Zakharov from Kazan (Russia)
  6. Gentlemen, with great pleasure I want to show a new model! The model was built by Yura Kimborovich according only to our drawings by "MasterKorabel" Drawings we prepared on the basis of archival information of the 1840s. This is a 20-oar 42-foot longboat #1 of the 120-gun battleship “Twelve Apostles” - the flagship of Admiral Lazarev of the Black Sea Fleet. Date: 1841 -1855 Sailing: the Plymouth bot. Art.: one 24-pound carronade. 80 shots. Crew: Midshipman, 160 marines and 22 sailors. Scale 1: 48 length - 498.5 mm, width - 80 mm, height - 350 mm
  7. Gentlemen, with great pleasure I want to show a new model! The model was built by Yura Kimborovich according only to our drawings by "MasterKorabel" Drawings we prepared on the basis of archival information of the 1840s. to develop a new kit. This is a 20-oar 42-foot longboat #1 of the 120-gun battleship “Twelve Apostles” - the flagship of Admiral Lazarev of the Black Sea Fleet. Date: 1841 -1855 Sailing: the Plymouth bot. Art.: one 24-pound carronade. 80 shots. Crew: Midshipman, 160 marines and 22 sailors. Soon we will release this kit on sale. art. 0304 Scale 1: 48 length - 498.5 mm, width - 80 mm, height - 350 mm P.S. The model was built during the development of the new kit, so the final version of the kit will naturally differ slightly from this model.

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