The Legendary Ocean Liners Collection
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The pinnacle of luxury and engineering excellence
With air travel now the norm, the era of sailing for days across the oceans to reach foreign shores seems alien. However, these magnificent vessels weren’t about speed and cheap travel, they were all about luxury. Today we sit in departure lounges for hours, hoping our flight isn’t delayed and our luggage gets to where it’s supposed to go. In the Golden Age of Ocean Liners you just had to sit back, relax, and be waited on hand and foot.
These colossal ocean liners displayed state-of-the-art engineering, stemming from a fierce rivalry between leading nations – Great Britain, America, France and Germany – who all wanted their ships to be the best. Yes, they were luxurious and they allowed thousands to see the world, but these ocean liners were at the forefront of the technological accomplishments of the 20th century. They were the largest movable man-made objects on earth and anybody that was anybody made sure they were seen on the deck of these spectacular floating palaces.
The most iconic Ocean Liner of all time
On Wednesday 10 April 1912 the RMS Titanic departed Southampton on waves of optimism and celebration. However, tragically the jubilation was short-lived. Just 5 days later the Titanic sank in the icy waters of the North Atlantic after colliding with an iceberg. Some lives were saved, but many were tragically lost. The RMS Titanic was immortalised.
We’ve created this stunning 1:1250 scale replica of the iconic vessel to pay tribute to the legend. It’s superbly finished, accurate down to the smallest detail. This collectable piece will arrive plinth-mounted in an exclusive collector’s box, accompanied by both a 6-page booklet and a Certificate of Authenticity. This offer is worth £14.99 but can be yours for just £1.99 – saving you £13! And that’s not all. Order now and you’ll also receive an exclusive Titanic print worth £4.99 absolutely FREE. Truly incredible value!
And there’s more! Order today and you’ll be placed on our priority delivery service. Each month you’ll receive the latest model in our ‘Legendary Ocean Liners’ Collection. Plus, in your next two deliveries you’ll receive more exclusive FREE gifts. Read on to find out more…
A vessel fit for a Queen
No collection of the greatest ocean liners of all time would be complete without the RMS Queen Mary. One of the Cunard Line’s greatest-ever ships, the Queen Mary took her maiden voyage on 27 May, 1936. This luxury liner ferried over 57,000 passengers in her first year alone before serving with distinction as a troopship during the Second World War. She’s seen it all. Your next model in this exclusive collection is a 1:1250 scale replica of this magnificent vessel. Worth £14.99, it’s yours for only £9.99, plus p&p.
It will arrive plinth-mounted in a special collector’s box, along with a Certificate of Authenticity and fact file. But that’s not all, you’ll also receive an exclusive Queen Mary Print worth £4.99 and a 'Building the Titanic' Book worth £7.95 – absolutely FREE! The perfect accompaniment to your RMS Titanic replica!
Then, just four short weeks later, you will receive the France 1:1250 scale replica. This stunning die-cast model is 100% accurate. It has to be seen to be believed. Again, your replica will come plinth-mounted, accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity and fact file as well as a FREE metal plate sign worth £6.99. And all of this can be yours for just £14.99 (+ £4.99 p&p).
The ultimate Ocean Liners collection
The biggest problem in creating this Legendary Ocean Liners collection was deciding which ships to leave out! We consulted the experts to ensure that the collection is filled with truly must-have models.
Some we just couldn’t leave out. Of course there’s RMS Lusitania, the majestic 787 foot-long vessel that was cheered off on its maiden voyage by over 200,000 jubilant spectators. We’ve also produced a stunning replica of the RMS Queen Elizabeth – the largest passenger liner for over half a century, weighing in at 83,673 gross tons. This ship truly was a beauty and a beast. That’s not all, we’ve also included the mighty SS United States. This incredible engineering feat was launched in 1952 and still holds the Blue Riband – the award given to the fastest westward Atlantic crossing by a passenger liner. If that wasn’t enough, we have also produced a stunning tribute to Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s incredible SS Great Eastern. This liner was revolutionary and was able to carry 4,000 passengers across the Atlantic, without refuelling, way back in 1858!
This really is the ultimate Ocean Liners collection. Each model an amazing tribute to one of the greatest feats of engineering ever! We’ve made sure our scale replicas do justice to the attention to detail that went into making the real thing. The result? Well, don't just take our word for it - see for yourself. What are you waiting for? Order yours now!