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news fron Deans Marine
« on: 27 June 2020, 16:10:51 »
Dear Modellers
 I thought that you might like more news from the edge of the world near Farcet and to let you know the latest news from DEANS MARINE.
New release in the Warship range
  H.M.S  Enchantress
        Scale 1/96th   Length 904mm   Beam 115mm 
 Release price  £325.00 first run kit only

         Details of the kit
The fibreglass hull in this kit is with full plating detail.  Computer generated LASER CUT 1.5mm H I Ps plastic forms the main deck and 1mm LASER CUT  superstucture
 A complete set of fittings are included in the kit with all detail parts such as weapons, deck fittings, etc, cast in light alloy and resin.
 A sheet of brass etched parts to add the museum quality of details.
 Propshafts in stainless steel are cased in brass proptubes + comprehensive instruction  and  detailed instruction book with a C/D of build pictures with over 750 pictures of the original build and other customers models plus a FULL SIZE PLAN in colour assist in the assembly of this impressive model.


The Bittern class were built as light, long-range escort ships with limited anti-air capability. They were fitted with Denny-Brown fin stabilisers and a HACS fire control system.
Three ships were built: HMS Enchantress (originally called Bittern, but renamed before launching in 1934), HMS Stork and HMS Bittern.
Enchantress was the first in the class, and was built as an armed Admiralty yacht. The armament was two single 4.7-inch guns forward and four 3-pounder saluting guns. Anti-aircraft armament was installed at the outbreak of war, however the aft turret, originally replaced with accommodation, was never installed