Iroquois-class destroyers, also known as Tribal class,are a class of four helicopter-carrying, guided missile destroyers of the Royal Canadian Navy. Launched in the 1970s, they were originally fitted out for anti-submarine warfare, but a major upgrade programme in the 1990s overhauled them for area-wide anti-aircraft warfare. One was sunk in a live-fire exercise in 2007, two more were decommissioned in 2015 leaving one active ship in the class. The ships are named to honour the First Nations of Canada.
| ||Pennant Number||Builder||Laid down||Launched||Commissioned||Fate|
|Iroquois||DDG 280||Marine Industries, Sorel, QC||15 January 1969||28 November 1970||29 July 1972||Awaiting disposal|
|Huron||DDG 281||Davie Shipbuilding, Lauzon, QC||1 June 1969||9 April 1971||16 December 1972||Sunk in live fire exercise off Vancouver Island, 14 May 2007|
|Athabaskan||DDG 282||27 November 1970||30 September 1972||Active in service|
|Algonquin||DDG 283||1 September 1969||23 April 1971||3 November 1973||Sold for scrapping, 27 November 2015 at Liverpool, Nova Scotia|
Any service era or vessel configuration - We can build a model of them all - your pick.
We offer our Iriquois class Destroyer Models in several popular size/scale offerings for easy ordering and selection. However, if you would like your model made in a size other than those sizes listed, please contact us with your request. Custom orders are our specialty!
Our Destroyer models are made-to-order, meaning that we do not stock any pre-made models. Only when a customer tells us the size and/or scale desired do we build the model. Each model is exquisitely crafted by our master model builders and comes fully assembled with a solid hull - hand carved from kiln-dried mahogany. Other parts are made from a variety of woods, putty, resin and metals. Every model includes pedestals, a polished mahogany base board, and a name plate. Options include keel block mounting, waterline models, ships seals and ribbons, and weathering paint schemes.
The model build time is generally 16-20 weeks from receipt of the order and deposit. The normal procedure is a 50% deposit with the commissioning, with the balance due prior to shipping. Note that prior to shipping, we take a series of photos of the model and send them to you for final review and approval – so you know exactly what your model will look like and allow for any necessary modifications. Once you have approved your model, we’ll collect the final balance and she will be shipped in a robust shipping crate and insured for your protection.
We offer a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee: In the unlikely event you are not completely satisfied with your model and wish to return it, notify us within 7 days of the model delivery and we will issue a refund or exchange.
FREE SHIPPING in the USA - Note that our model prices include shipping and insurance within the USA.
Shipping costs outside the USA will depend on the model size ordered and shipping destination. You will be responsible for any applicable taxes or duties, based on the commercial invoice value for the model.
Add a museum-like touch to your model display - Consider our protective display case option. Keep fingers and dust away - forever! Please visit our Display Case page to see our selection.
Want to keep informed of our special offers, discounts, new products and updates? Sign up for our e-mail newsletter. Newsletters are sent every 6-8 weeks. Our promise- We will not share your e-mail with any other company- ever! Sign Up Here.