A new series of Sails of Glory Ship Packs is planned to release this Summer, featuring 12 ships that includes 34-guns Mahonesa Class Frigates, 64-guns Third Rate Ships-of-the-Line, 80-guns Bucentaure / Tonnant Class Ships-of-the-Line, and East Indiamen Ex-Merchant Ships.
Each Sails of Glory Ship Pack features a ready–to–play model, painted and assembled, all needed to play the ship :a ship base, ship card, and ship log (printed on two sides, with the game data of a second ship on the back) and a special deck of maneuver cards.
The upcoming releases will present three Mahonesa Class Frigates of Spanish Navy (Mahonesa 1789, Diana 1792, and HMS Hamadryad 1797 - captured by British Navy), three British 64-guns Third Rate Ships-of-the-Line (the Ardent-class HMS Agamemnon 1781, the Intrepid-class HMS Polyphemus 1782, and the Inflexible-class HMS Africa 1781), and three 80–gun third rates of French Navy (the Bucentaure class ships Bucentaure 1803 and Neptune 1803, and the Tonnant-class ship HMS Malta 1800 - captured by the British Navy).
The new series will also introduce three East Indiamen Ex-Merchant Ships - large merchant ships converted to warships: the French flag Duc de Duras 1765 and Bertin 1761, and the famous Bonhomme Richard 1779, loaned by the French Crown to the newborn American Continental Navy.
To see more information about these new Ship Packs and see the gallery of the models, visit the Sails of Glory section.