HMS Fearless Model

Model description : HMS Fearless

Manufacturer : Harland and Wolff

Product statistics

Length 28.00 in (71.10 cm)

Shipping and choice of stand may increase the price of this model.

10-12 weeks (Updated on April 10, 2022)

Approximate production time until images are emailed for approval

Shipment is by FedEx, UPS or DHL International Express Courier with a normal door-to-door delivery time worldwide of within 2-3 business days after despatch. Due to the current volatility of world fuel prices the amount mentioned here is our best estimate for DHL and UPS and may be subject to change at the time of shipping.

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US $1,150.00

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10-12 weeks (Updated on April 10, 2022)

Approximate production time until images are emailed for approval

General product description

Our HMS Fearless Model scale model boat or ship exhibits unique, unrivalled quality and detailed design to come as close as possible to the accuracy of the actual vessel. It comes standard with a robust , durable base or stand which is available in a variety of different finishes designed to match your own personal requirements and will be ready within about 12 weeks (Updated on April 8, 2022) from placement of order. The Fearless model boat or ship is made of the finest kiln dried renewable mahogany wood (commonly known as Lauan or Meranti) which has undergone many stages of carving and meticulous and careful sanding giving the beautiful finished museum quality masterpiece. Many collectors and model connoisseurs demonstrate their preference for genuine handmade and hand painted mahogany wood models rather than plastic, resin or die cast (diecast) alternatives due to the overall look and totally different feel of the item - we trust you will find the same. Our craftsmen and gifted artisans ensure that our finely handcrafted vessels match the precise blueprint details of the original item. The Fearless model boats paint scheme, markings and parts are closely matched, reflecting the original Fearless . This top-quality Fearless replica will surely enthral anyone who receives this stylish desktop display as a gift. This Fearless model plane is for sure one of the most appropriate and desirably collectable gifts for every marine vessel enthusiast and avid boat collector whilst also displaying a perfect resemblance to the actual HMS Fearless Model. If you require we can also make the Fearless with any other markings or colours you require and if necesary in a different size or scale. Just email us a description or photographs with colours and we will let you have a quotation for the necessary customisation. We can also make bespoke scale replicas of any other private / civil commercial airliner or airliners, helicopter, glider, gliders with engines, military jet, warplane jets, propeller warplanes, biplane, triplane, tail fin, spacecraft, rocket or NASA model you require in any airline, military or civilian livery or colors. We also produce model airship, blimp, dirigible, blimps, boat,and ship collectibles. Wall plaque or seal for military, government or private customers. Wholesale and retail and general customization inquiries welcome.


Product details

Fearless was the first purpose built LPD used by Royal Navy. Built in Belfast at the Harland and Wolff yard, she was launched in 1963 before undergoing trials and commissioning in 1965.


Following commissioning her first operational tasking was acting as command platform for British Counter-Terrorism operations in Aden, operating Royal Air Force aircraft and Irish Guards prior to the British withdrawal as Flag of a 25 platform task group. Following the Aden experiences, in 1968, she was the venue for talks between Harold Wilson and Ian Smith over the future of Rhodesia. The latter had unilaterally declared independence(UDI) from Britain due to Britain's insistence on the removal of white minority rule.


The Fearless features in the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me as the ship which picks up Bond's escape pod.


Fearless in San Carlos, during the Falklands War as one of the vessels committed to Operation Corporate, the 1982 Falklands War, Fearless, fitted with modern satellite communications equipment, hosted the staff of the amphibious force commander Commodore Amphibious Warfare (COMAW), Commodore Michael Clapp and Commanding Officer 3 Commando Brigade, Brigadier Julian Thompson and his staff, as well as elements of the landing force.


She was placed out of commission for three years in 1985 prior to a two year refit at Devonport, and recommissioning in 1991. During this refit her 1940's vintage 40mm Bofors cannons and 1960's vintage two Sea Cat anti-air missile launchers were replaced by 20 mm BMARC and Phalanx CIWS guns.


From 1991 until 1995 she supported the sea training phase of initial officer training, undertaken at Britannia Royal Naval College, as part of the Dartmouth Training Squadron.

She was due to undertake an operation in the Gulf but that was handed to HMS Ocean in 2000. Her last major duty was to take part in amphibious exercise shortly before decommissioning.