EVA, a Russian and Italian collaboration, release the first in a series of limited edition kits focused on Italian and Royal Navy warships of the Second World War; Navigatori Class destroyer Ugolino Vivaldi
The Ugolino Vivaldi, a Navigatori Class destroyer, was one of the many workhorses of Italian Navy during World War II. Of the 12 ships built in the late 1920's all but one were lost in battle during the Second World War. In 1940, Ugolino Vivaldi stake in the war would come when she sank British submarine HMS Oswald. This destroyer would go on to preform escort duty for a freighter convoy to Tripoli. She would meet her demise at the hands of a scuttling after receiving heavy damaged from German coastal bombardments while attempting to reach interment in Spain after the Italian Armistice.
The Navigatori Class destroyer Ugolino Vivaldi
is a limited edition kit and is available only on Ebay at the moment. Current price for this multimedia kit is set at 58 Eur + shipping. This is a 1/350 scale version of this ship cast in resin and comes with photo etch detailing and waterslide decals.
This is the very first release by E.V.A. Other kits are scheduled to arrive in the near future.
This kit can purchased currently here - Ugolino Vivaldi on Ebay