Black Sea’s The Age of Sail HMS Victory Table Top Ship Combat Battle War Game 792411001

(4 customer reviews)


Last updated on February 4, 2024 4:27 pm Details


  • Prepare your fine array of 1/700th scale tall-ships for battle focusing on the golden age sail of military maritime warfare ships combating in the period 1770-1830, the ‘carronade era’. From superbly detailed plastic Frigates, Brigs or 3rd Rates (usable for all nations) through to the mighty 1st rates in finely detailed metal and resin, there are plenty of options to take to battle!
  • Utilizing a unique and innovative initiative system based around the most important factor of sail powered combat: the wind. Additional rules enable you to fight in a ‘line of battle,’ engage shore batteries, rake your enemies with withering initial broadsides or capture vessels in heroic boarding actions. All while avoiding such hazards to navigation as fog banks, fire ships and shipwrecks.
  • The rules allow you to field fleets comprised of vessels ranging from the tiniest gunboats up to the true giants of the waves, the mighty 1st rate warships. Can be played on a 4′ x 3′ table or unobstructed floor space.
  • Each ship in Black Seas is accompanied by a ship card which details its speed, weaponry and other key ratings to help strategically plan battles based on their advantages.
  • Build, paint and play! The construction and painting of the models and watching them come to life are just as much fun as the game itself! Paint and glue are not included.

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Additional information

Product Dimensions

6 x 5 x 2 inches

Item Weight

3.84 ounces

Country of Origin

United Kingdom

Item model number


Release date

April 7, 2020


Warlord Games

4 reviews for Black Sea’s The Age of Sail HMS Victory Table Top Ship Combat Battle War Game 792411001

  1. Ben Rowe

    Delivery was quick and the model came undamaged and in excellent condition.

  2. Stefan Von Kessl

    The box came with a missing piece. The seller was very easy to work with, however the company was a bit of a hassle and doesn’t want to back up their products if sold through unauthorized 3rd party vendors (That seems to be a rule they don’t advertise on any portion of their webpage). The company finally replaced the part, but I think the customer service representative for Warlord games should worry more about the customer and less about the couple cent piece of junk metal that was missing. The boat looks nice when glued, but there should be better quality assurance checks from the manufacturer considering. The cost is definitely not worth the hassle or the quality.

  3. J. petri

    The masts barely fit in the holes and bend and break very easily.

  4. R.Gale

    Another nicely detailed model from this collection, however you will find yourself sometime making an educated guess where certain parts fit as the illustration supplied is not always clear on this point.

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