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Tall Ships 15: Caravel Fleet

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Tall Ships 15: Caravel Fleet The historic Caravel is a small, highly maneuverable sailing ship developed in the 15th and 16th century to explore.  The lateen sails gave her speed and the capacity for sailing into the windward direction. The Nina, The Pinta and the Santa Maria were all well-known Caravels.  This set gives you five versions of Caravels, granting you to ability to become the Admiral your own fleet..

This set comes as a pdf product that is designed so you get the most for your money when you print them.  Designed to be easily printed on any home computer, print only the sections you need for game play.  (See the instructions page provided.)

Warning: Make sure that you are purchasing the correct scale! Many of our maps are available in four different scales and grid overlays, so getting the correct product will make all the difference! Also, this is a top-down view only of the upper deck which does not show multiple decks, nor is is a 3D papercraft model.

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September 30th, 2016
As a whole I can enthusiastically recomend this set. A fundamentally sound version of a trading vessel or a small warship makes it versitle. Coupled with the free Small Ships 1: Launches and Rafts you can print up the sea/ocean and beachhead, drop anch [...]
July 9th, 2015
Good for the price, but very basic. Not much detail in terms items on deck. No cannons. Only top of deck. Still, for the price, it provide a decent set of battle maps for caravel ships. [...]
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February 25, 2013
This title was added to our catalog on February 25, 2013.