Name ship of the class of four this coastal waters hydrographic survey ship was constructed by Brook Marine and launched in 1968.
Bulldog was built by a yacht builder, she is said to be fitted out more like a luxury yacht than a serving navel craft. Considered by many to be one of the prettiest ships in the Royal Navy, they are seen in coastal waters and at many small harbours on flag showing.
On a displacement of 1088 tons and with a speed of 15 knots, these small and powerful survey craft are renowned for there sea keeping abilities, staying at sea in the short and rough coastal waters which is their domain.
Details of the kit
Scale 1/96 Length 605mm Beam 125mm Sailing weight 1.3kg
The glass fibre detailed HULL Computer generated LASER CUT 1.5mm H I Ps plastic forms the decks and 1mm LASER cut superstructure parts.
A complete set of fittings are included in the kit with all detail parts such as winches, deck fittings, etc, cast in light alloy and resin to add the museum quality of details, Propshafts in stainless steel are cased in brass proptubes, Vacformed parts for motor mounts, Funnel,
Laser etched planked decks give the final super fibish. comprehensive instructions, a C/D of the assembly of the original model with over 600 pictures, and a FULL SIZE PLAN In colour, to assist in the assembly of this unusual model with a fascinating history,