Sub-11 CCS Virginia (1862) Model Ship by Abordage:
The CSS Virginia represents a big step in advancing marine warfare technology, before this metal warship was built, most ships were made of wood or were sail ships.The laser etching of the Sub-11 CSS Virginia Model Ship shows the extreme detail that was applied when constructing this ship. The menacing ram at its bow and the surface fittings are all reproduced to look exactly like the ship itself. This model ship is built with extreme care and attention to detail, accurately depicting what the CSS Virginia looked like.
The CCS Virginia clashed with the USS Monitor for the first battle between two ironclad warships at the Battle of Hampton Roads.The CSS Virginia was one of the last merchant sailing ships. The model of this ship represents the Confederate's states application of a metal warship. This warship was superior compared to some of its adversaries that were wood or sail ships.