A New Life Awaits You in the Overseas Colonies

“A chance to begin again in a golden land of opportunity and adventure.”

As part of our South American project, as well as the ten independent states we wanted to do something to cover the three European colonies on the mainland. We worked on the idea of the fleets stationed in the Overseas territories being composed of older, second-line vessels. No longer up to service against the latest enemy craft, but with enough miles left in their hulls to perform a valuable role patrolling the borders of far-flung provinces.

The first of these, the British Overseas Fleet, is responsible for the settlement in British Guyana, as well as the Falkland Islands. There are six craft altogether – a battleship and battle cruiser, three escort vessels and a redesigned Rawalpindi class cruiser. Of course, given how much of the world map was pink at that time, these vessels could be found in many other places all over the world.

VAN-108 – British Overseas Fleet – £23.00

VAN-131 – Colony class Battleship – £8.00
VAN-132 – Commonwealth class Battlecruiser – £8.00
VAN-104 – Rawalpindi Class Colonial Cruiser – £3.00
VAN-133 – Cairo class Destroyer – £2.25
VAN-134 – Tribal class Frigate – £1.00
VAN-135 – Natal class Corvette – £0.75

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