The event was fairly quiet by previous standards, but regardless those that came along were faced with a god selection of games and a good time was had by all. Games included Simon's "Zeebrugge 1918" game that was run at Salute, Rory Crabb's modern naval battles, my "Wings and Waves of Glory" and a WW2 Baltic coastal forces game, Peter Colbeck with a 1/3000 pre-dreadnought fleet action in the Mediterranean, Gary Mitchell's WW2 surface action game and Dave Sharp's armada period game. A selection of my photos of the games below, although I didn't manage to get pictures of all of them
So, a quiet but fun day with some close actions fought out on the tables, and an unexpected surprise when a team of wargamers from Catalonia paid us a brief visit - they were visiting Tankfest at Bovington, popped up to Yeovilton and came in to see what we were up to.
Looking forward to next year's event and hoping to see the old faces and many newbies there as well.
Changing venues is often tough on attendance, but it sounds like a fun day. The Zeebrugge action looks great and I always thought that would be an interesting action to play.ReplyDelete
Are you making plans for International Naval Wargaming Day yet?
I have a few ideas...... :)ReplyDelete
Great photos..sounds like a good show, even if it was a bit quiet.ReplyDelete
Nice range of periodsReplyDelete