1:350 Submarine Models

The successor of the great German U boats, the type IX submarine class was made with numerous improvements. This class was made larger compared to the previous U-boats with the addition of fuel tanks for greater fuel capacity. It enabled …

This great model kit from Cyber Hobby comes with not one, but two fantastic submarines for the enthusiast to build and learn about. As with all of the products manufactured by this excellent company, anyone buying it can expect high …

The Trafalgar Class submarine was at one point the most potent weapon in the British Navy’s arsenal. It had nuclear capabilities and was estimated to have cost nearly £200 million to build. It was deployed in many areas, including to …

The USS SSN-21 Seawolf Submarine is a modern day submarine that it currently used by the US Navy as their main underwater mode of both attack and defense. It was launched in 1997 and has the capacity to carry multiple …

The Los Angeles class submarine is the core of the US submarine fleet, with 45 submarines currently deployed around the world of this type. There have also been 17 retired, making it one of the most popular US submarines ever …

The I-58 Japanese submarine served during the latter part of World War II and was the craft that sank the USS Indianapolis on 30th July 1945. Before the end of the war, though, she was captured by the US Navy …

The I-19 Japanese submarine was a craft used in the Second World War to devastating effect against the US Naval fleet. It was not only responsible for the sinking of the USS Wasp and USS O’Brien, but also for causing …

This German submarine was used during the Second World War, having initially been commissioned in 1938 by the German Navy. It was designed to be an improvement on the Type IX U-Boat, with this craft actually inspiring many of the …

The K-19 was one of the first Soviet submarine to have a nuclear ballistic missile in its weapon arsenal. This famous weapon of the Soviet Navy was launched on October 11, 1959 and it carried the R-13 nuclear ballistic missile. …

The Russian SSNG Kursk submarine was named after a city in Russia were many fierce battles took place during the first world war. The Kursk submarine is one of the many masterpieces of engineering in the Russian navy because it …