In this page are presented the pictures of the models
made by mister Nocera Aurelio; my thanks for his contribution.
Documents and blue prints about these models and others
made by Mr. Aurelio and by others modelists are found on the catalogue
Navimodellisti Bolognesi (Naval modelists Association of Bologna,
this is their e-mail address).
Click on the pictures below to see the larger ones.
The pictures above show carrier Aquila; the model is in 1:100
scale (lenght cm.232,5); it is a static model and everything
is Historically correct.
The pictures above show Scirè submarine; the model is in 1:33
scale (lenght cm 180). It is radio remote controlled and
fully navigable. The picture at the side show it during
Above, a model of a conjectural MAS:
before of the beginning of WWII, Italian Navy made a study about
a 38 ton. MAS; the pictures show it, if it was built.
Above: a model a "Barchino" (punt), a suicide motorboat, and a model of a SLC (slow moving torpedo) which was nicknamed "maiale" (pig).
Above: a detail of the deck of the cruiser "Eugenio di Savoia". It is visible the seaplane Ro 43 boarded for the duty of shooting observation.
Above: MAS 96 model. This MAS was used during WWI and it was the
same with which Gabriele D'Annunzio made the famous action
named "Beffa di Buccari".
Also if not in theme with this site, the pictures above show the model of
Duilio battleship. The ship was launched in 1876 and when this ship was commissioned, it was probably the more powerful of its age.
Above: model of Rex liner (1932), 51,061 ton.
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