"Aurora" 44-cannon frigate of the Russian Imperial Navy.
Scale models - 1:48
History of the ship:
Model 44 - cannon frigate Aurora was built by the famous Russian master Mikhail Bezverkhniy.
Aurora is a sailing frigate of the Russian Imperial Fleet of the type "Hurry" of the 44-gun class. It was founded on November 23, 1833, at the Okhten shipyard. The building was headed by the lieutenant colonel of the Corps of Ship Engineers IA Amosov. Disappeared on July 27, 1835, joined the Baltic Fleet. In 1836 he was in practical voyage in the Baltic Sea. July 3, 1836 in the Kronstadt raid participated in a solemn meeting of the Baltic Fleet. From 1837 to 1843, each year as a member of the detachment of Rear Admiral FP Litke was on a voyage in the Baltic Sea for the practice of the General Admiral Grand Duke Konstantin Nikolaevich. In 1844 he went to England. In 1845 he was in practical voyage in the Gulf of Finland. Participation in the expedition of the Baltic Fleet to the Danish waters in 1848-1850. The frigate performed two round-the-world voyages. He successfully participated in the defense of Petropavlovsk during the Russian-Turkish war (1853 - 1854).