Victory at Sea

Victory at Sea

Victory at Sea is Mongoose Publishing's fast-playing naval warfare rules set, loosely based upon the Origins Award-winning A Call to Arms games system.  Covering both World War I and World War II, players can control fleets from around the world in one off fights, historical battles or full blown campaigns - all of which are contained in the main rulebooks.

We are also proud to announce the brand new Victory at Sea miniatures range. Cast in resin with metal 'details,' these models are 3D-designed to be extremely accurate 1/1800 scale representations of the fighting ships of World War II yet extremely easy for modeller's to work with. Supplied unpainted with integrated bases featuring realistic wakes, this range is being continually added to and will grow to become one of the most comprehensive available for the discerning model collector and gamer.

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  1. Tribal-class Destroyers

    Tribal-class Destroyers

    £10.00

    The Tribal destroyers were the Royal Navy’s most advanced escorts of the time, and saw action in nearly every theatre. Learn More
  2. Bismarck

    Bismarck '40

    £10.00

    One of the most renowned classes of ships to be launched, the Bismarck and Tirpitz have become legendary, though the Deutschland and a fourth hull were never completed. The Bismarck sank the Hood in the North Atlantic, causing Winston Churchill to order her sunk at any cost. Learn More
  3. HMS Hood

    HMS Hood '40

    £10.00

    Hood's role as fleet flagship and her immense popularity with the public, both at home and abroad, meant she saw almost continuous service. Already the most famous ship in the world before the war and symbol of Empire, she was destined to gain fame of quite another sort when confronting Bismarck in the Denmark Strait. Learn More
  4. Tirpitz

    Tirpitz '41

    £10.00

    <p>One of the most renowned classes of ships to be launched, the <em>Bismarck </em>and <em>Tirpitz </em>have become legendary, though the <em>Deutschland </em>and a fourth hull were never completed. The most powerful warship in the Kreigsmarine, the <em>Tirpitz </em>was responsible for tying down many Allied vessels.</p> Learn More
  5. HMS Anson/Howe

    HMS Anson/Howe '45

    £10.00

    <p>Built to defend Britain in the war that was clearly coming, the <em>King George V-</em>class of battleships compromised only with their main armaments which were reduced to 14 inch guns to fulfil treaty obligations. However, by mounting ten of them, the <em>King George V </em>could pack a fearsome punch.</p> Learn More
  6. HMS Duke of York

    HMS Duke of York '43

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    <p>The <em>Duke of York </em>was the flagship of Force H in the Mediterranean, and later went on to make contact witht he German battlecruiser <em>Scharnhorst</em>. In the engagement, <em>Duke of York </em>contributed to the sinking of the German ship while sustaining only light damage itself.</p> Learn More
  7. HMS Prince of Wales

    HMS Prince of Wales '41

    £10.00

    <p>Famously involved in the Battle of Denmark Strait against the <em>Bismarck</em>, the <em>Prince of Wales</em> landed three shells on the German ship but was heavily damaged in return. The <em>Prince of Wales</em> was then deployed with the <em>Repulse</em> along the Malayan Coast where it was sunk by Japanese aircraft.</p> Learn More
  8. HMS King George V

    HMS King George V '40

    £10.00

    <p>Built to defend Britain in the war that was clearly coming, the <em>King George V</em>-class of battleships compromised only with their main armaments which were reduced to 14 inch guns to fulfil treaty obligations. However, by mounting ten of them, the <em>King George V</em> could pack a fearsome punch.</p> Learn More
  9. Admiral Hipper

    Admiral Hipper '39

    £8.00

    <p>With a main armament of 8 inch guns, the <em>Admiral Hipper </em>was fast, deadly and reasonably well-armoured.</p> Learn More
  10. Admiral Scheer

    Admiral Scheer '40

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    <p>Despite Germany&rsquo;s protestations of the defensive role of this vessel, its size and armament made it a superb commerce raider. The <em>Admiral Scheer</em> successfully plied the Atlantic and Indian Oceans, disrupting merchant shipping wherever it went.</p> Learn More

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