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Atlantic Models Cold War Range in 1/350 Scale

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Future Projects


                                                                         

ATK 350**          HMS Torquay      Type 12 Frigate


ATK 350**          HMS Rothesay    Type 12M Frigate


ATK 350**          HMS Relentless  Type 15 Frigate                                                                                                                  Pattern Under Construction


ATK 350**          HMS Hardy         Type 14 Frigate


ATK 350**          HMS Barrossa     Battle Class Destroyer (Radar Picket)                                                                               Pattern Under Construction


ATK 350**          HMS Jutland        Battle Class Destroyer                                                                                                       Pattern Under Construction   


These kits may not necessarily become available in this order owing to demand and production constraints


ATK 35001       HMS Peacock         Hong Kong Patrol Craft

This model represents the vessels built by Hall & Russell in the early 1980s to serve in the Royal Navy as Hong Kong Patrol Craft. There were five ships in the class, these being HMS Peacock, Plover, Starling, Swift and Swallow. The ships

are still in service with the Irish (x2) and Philipinnes Navies (x3).


Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.


Price £50.75 GB Pounds plus postage

Now Available with Decals

ATK 35002  HMS Leopard   Type 41 AA Frigate  circa. 1958 to 1963

The Type 41 or 'Cat' Class of Anti Aircraft Frigates were ordered for the Royal Navy in the 1950s, with HMS Leopard entering service in 1958. There were four ships in the class, these being HMS Leopard, Lynx, Puma and Jaguar. They served mostly on the South Atlantic station but later became involved with the operations off Iceland during the 'Cod Wars'.  The last ship was withdrawn from service in 1978.


Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

Decals Included for HMS Leopard and HMS Lynx

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.


Price £79.99 GB Pounds plus postage

Now Available

ATK 35004  HMS Glamorgan   County Class Destroyer  1978

The County Class Destroyers were built for the Royal Navy during the 1960's and were the largest destroyers to have been classed as such. This was due to the ships being designed around the Sea Slug Anti Aircraft Missile system, with the large girder work of the launcher being mounted on the stern. There were eight ships in the class HMS Devonshire being the first, followed by Hampshire, Kent, London, Antrim, Glamorgan, Fife and Norfolk.


Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

Decals Included for all the ships in the class.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.


Price £176.50 GB Pounds plus postage

Now Available

ATK 35003  HMS Puma   Type 41 AA Frigate  circa. 1964 to 1970

The Type 41 or 'Cat' Class of Anti Aircraft Frigates were ordered for the Royal Navy in the 1950s, with HMS Leopard entering service in 1958. There were four ships in the class, these being HMS Leopard, Lynx, Puma and Jaguar.

This model of HMS Puma is based on the HMS Leopard kit, but with alternative parts allowing the model to be built as the ships were, in their modernised form, with the plated in main mast and larger radar antennas.


Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

Decals Included for HMS Puma and HMS Jaguar.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.


Price £79.99 GB Pounds plus postage

Now Available

ATK 35005   HMS Leeds Castle    Off Shore Patrol Vessel  1982 - 2005

HMS Leeds Castle and HMS Dumbarton Castle were introduced into Royal Navy service in 1982. Initially meant to replace the Island Class Patrol Craft on Fishery Protection duties, they started their careers in the South Atlantic during the Falklands Campaign. Since then they were modified to be able to continue service around the Falkland Islands as well as their duties in home waters.


Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

Decals Included for both ships in the class.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.


Normal Price £62.50 GB Pounds plus postage

Now Available

ATK 35006       HMS Cleopatra    Leander Class Frigate  1970

The Leander Class Frigates were the most numerous class of ships the Royal Navy has had since WW2, there being a total of 26 accepted into service between 1962 and 1972.

All the ships of the class were originally fitted with the twin 4.5" Mk6 gun turret in front of the forward superstructure and decals are included in the kit so that all the ships of the class can be modelled in their original fit.



Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

Decals Included for all ships in the class.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.


Price £104.50 GB Pounds plus postage. 

Now Available

ATK 35007       HMS Upton    Ton Class Minesweeper   1980



Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

Decals Included for most ships in the class.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.


Price  TBA  plus postage

Currently Unavailable. Being Upgraded.

ATK 35008      HMS Zulu    Type 81  Tribal Class Frigate 1975

HMS Zulu was one of 7 ships of the Type 81 or Tribal class Frigates that served the Royal Navy between 1961 and 1984. Two of the ships, HMS Ashanti and HMS Gurkha, were modified and fitted with Variable Depth Sonar on the stern. The parts for this assembly are included in the kit so that one of these two members of the class can be made as an alternative if desired.

Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

Decals Included for all ships in the class.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.


Price £110.50 GB Pounds plus postage

Now Available

ATK 35009      HMS Leander    IKARA Leander Class Frigate 1976

The Leander Class Frigates were the most numerous class of ships the Royal Navy has had since WW2, there being a total of 26 accepted into service between 1962 and 1972.

From 1972 onwards the class was split into sub classes, with the first modifications being to convert 8 of the ships to Ikara Missile Anti Submarine vessels.


Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

Decals Included for all ships in the class.

Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.


Price £115.50 GB Pounds plus postage.

Now Available

ATK 35010   HMS Hurworth Hunt Class Mine Countermeasures Vessel (MCMV)

The Hunt Class were at the time the largest vessels in the world constructed out of glass reinforced plastic (GRP) and combined the roles of Minesweepers and Mine Hunters into one state of the art vessel capable of detection and disposal.

The kit is made up from the original patterns made for WEM for the resin and metal parts, with the addition of totally new photo etched parts and also a small decal sheet.


Price £56.25 GB Pounds  Now Available


ATK 35011           HMS Arrow  Type 21 'Amazon' Class Frigate 1980

The Type 21 Frigates were designed as a private venture by Vosper Thornycroft during the late 1960s and were a derivative of their export designs of fast frigates and corvettes. The Royal Navy purchased 8 ships of the Type 21 class to fill a gap left by the withdrawl of some of the older frigates from the fleet.

Kit consists of resin and white metal parts with photo-etched brass details.

Decals Included for all ships in the class. Can be made as a full hulled or waterline model.


Price £123.95 GB Pounds plus postage.

Now Available

ATK 35012           HMS Newcastle  'Type 42' Destroyer

The Type 42 Destroyer was designed using lessons gained from the larger Type 82 HMS Bristol, and incorporated most of the systems and weapons that had been tried and tested. HMS Newcastle was the third of the Batch 1 Type 42s to commission into Royal Navy service.  The kit contains parts to build any of the Batch 1 and 2 ships in their final years of service.

A decal sheet contains the names, pennant numbers and deck codes for all the ships of the class. Can be built as a full hull or waterline model.


Price £142.00 GBP plus postage   

Temporarily Out of Stock  Pre Orders Welcome

ATK 35013           HMS Consort  CO Class Destroyer 1955

The Co Class Destroyer Flotilla was part of the C Class of the final Late War Emergency classes of vessels laid down and built during WW2. These ships were given an interim refit during the early 1950s in which they were fitted with Squid Anti Submarine Mortars, on a modified aft superstructure, to help fill the need for ASW escorts at the time.

The kit contains resin, white metal and photo etched parts to build one Co or CH class of

Destroyer as refitted during the 1950s. The kit includes a decal sheet of pennant numbers, ships names and funnel numbers. 

Can be built as a full hulled or waterline model.


Price £96.90  Now Available

ATK 35014    HMS Amethyst  'Black Swan' Class Frigate  1949

HMS Amethyst was a Black Swan Class Frigate of the Royal Navy. She entered service in 1943 and saw action in the North Atlantic during WW2.  Her most famous encounter was to be after the war in 1949, in what came to be known as the Yangtse Incident. Whilst

transiting up river to Nanking, the PLA forces fired on her and caused serious damage and several casualties including her captain. The ship was held by the PLA for three months until, under command of Lt/Cdr Kerans she escaped to the open sea under cover of darkness on 30th July 1949. Her exploits were imortalised in the movie The Yangtse Incident. 

This kit can be built as a full hulled or waterline model. Contains Resin, Metal and Photo Etched Parts. Instructions and Decals are included.

Price £73.95  Plus Postage          Now Available

ATK 35015           HMS Andromeda  (Sea Wolf Leander 1982)

HMS Andromeda was one of five of the Leander Class Frigates that were converted to be armed with the Sea Wolf missile system as a stop gap measure until the Type 22 Frigates came into service in sufficient numbers. This was the last and most potent version of the class, designed to provide a close escort to the fleets capital ships and close in air defense.

The kit includes resin and white metal parts, photo etched details and decals so that any of the five ships of the class can be modelled.

Can be built as a full hulled or waterline model.

Price £117.95 Plus Postage     Now Available

ATK 35016    HMS Iron Duke  (Type 23 Frigate Sea Ceptor)

ATK 35017   HMS Broadsword (Type 22 Frigate  (Batch 1)

ATK 35018  HMS Boxer  (Type 22 Frigate (Early Batch 2)

ATK 35019   HMS Brave  (Type 22 Frigate (Late Batch 2)

ATK 35020    HMS Cumberland  (Type 22 Frigate (Batch 3)