Models are a great past time to build. Most of them can be simple,
though the larger kits will need a lot of room to display.
kits range from the TV submarine models like the Voyage to the
Bottom of the Sea Seaview, or the Jules Verne Nautilus, to more
conventional modern nuclear submarines of today.
many other countries have submarines, so there are model kits
of subs from China, Russia, and Germany in WWII.
these kits are a bit different, but allow you to build a whole
fleet of interesting submarine models for your collection.
deep sea exploration sub models have been produced, and these
bring some educational value to model building. They also have
colorful paint schemes for high visibility.
scale model kits. From the Nautilus, TV and Movies, to the
Nuclear submarines used in todays Navy.
The 1:350 subs average around 12 inches long, the 1:144 subs average around 24 inches long. (sizes dependent the type of sub, but these are averages to give you an idea).
Tha larger scales such as 1:72 and 1:48 are much larger.
Research Submersible SHINKAI
Deep sea vessel, detailed interior of the pressure hull.
The underwater projector and the light in the pressure hull are
recreated with LEDs that can be switched on and off. Its two manipulators
and the sample bucket joint are movable while the main propulsor
can be swung from side to side.The ballast on the ship bottom
is detachable. Includes five figures and an exclusive stand.
Sea Explorer Series Submersible Triton
Sea Explorer SHINKAI Submersible 6500
Seaquest Deep Ocean Transport
USS Gato Submarine (Platinum Version)
52 inches long when assembled.
USS Skipjack Submarine Model
Measures 42 inches long when complete Features accurate teardrop
shaped hull. photo-etched metal main sea water suctions and discharges,
includes hull numbers and ship names for all 6 skipjack class
submarines. Highly detailed navigational and communications array,
featuring antennae, periscope and snorkel.
U Boat Submarine
Around 55 inches long when assembled.
1/72 WWI German U-Boat SM U9
Submarine Type IXC
1/72 German U-Boat XXIII
Kaiten I53 C3 Class Submarine
Over 50+ inches long when assembled !
Type VIIC U-552 Submarine
with Cutaway Interior, Crew, Clear Starboard Hull
1100+ Parts - Photoetch - - 55 inches
The X-Craft was a Midget Submarine developed by the British
Royal Navy for Special Warfare. The submarine with a 4 men crew
and a displacement of 30 tons.
Type XXI U-2540 German WWII Submarine
with Visible Interior
Separate left outer hull wall giving a view into the interior;
Detailed surface structures; Detailed torpedo compartment; Crew
living quarters; Detailed control room; Conning tower with internal
structures; Detailed diesel engines / electric motors.
Navy Submarine I-400
Hangar features realistic interior details and can store
3 Seiran aircraft. Hangar door can be posed in both opened and
Gato SS-212 Submarine
Kilo Class Attack Submarine Type 636
Features three sprues plus an upper waterline line hull and
a full hull so you can build both versions if you like. Completed
model is 20" long. Includes markings for Russian Navy SSK
Kilo Class Type 36.
Submarine Permit Class
Japanese I-400 IJN Submarine Kit
Leagues Under the Sea Captain Nemo Nautilus
Jules Verne's Nautilus Submarine! Includes a detalied
base with Giant Squid and photoetch parts!
39 Inches - Voyage
to the Bottom of the Sea Seaview
(Click Here to see one built)
To the Bottom of the Sea Flying Sub
Submarine with Interior
Seaquest Ensign Darwin
Case for Submarine Models or Dioramas