After four weeks, it seems that there’s some progress on the Royal Mail situation. We can (in theory) send standard airmail parcels again, although the last time we tried they still wouldn’t accept them at the local Post Office. However, we’ve been in touch with the Post Office via Twitter and they’ve confirmed that they should now be accepting them, so (fingers crossed) we’ll finally be able to get everything outstanding sent on Saturday.
The great South American Imperial Skies adventure continues this week with the release of the eight vessels of the Cuerpo Aeronáutico del Perú. With their distinctive livery in the colours of the national flag, the CAP is one of the more capable air fleets on the continent.
The Peruvian fleet pack contains one of each capital ship, two Huáscar cruisers, two Aguirre destroyers and two Sanchez Carillon frigates. The Torpedo/Rocket Squadron has an Atahualpa class Torpedo Cruiser and four Alianzia Rocket Boats.
The fleet has a tradition of ‘toasting’ its victories with a particular citrus-based spread made from local oranges. It is kept supplied by a small armada of specialised transport vessels with giant vats of the substance. These tankers also ply the Atlantic trade routes, keeping the British Empire furnished with one of its favourite comestibles (which they strangely only eat at breakfast).
VANFP-1401 – Peruvian Fleet Pack – £23.00
VANFP-1411 – Peruvian Torpedo/Rocket Squadron – £5.50
VAN-1401 – Sanchez Carillon class Frigate – £1.25
VAN-1402 – Huáscar class Cruiser – £3.00
VAN-1403 – Almirante Grau class Battleship – £8.00
VAN-1404 – Independencia class Battlecruiser – £8.00
VAN-1405 – Atahualpa class Torpedo Cruiser – £3.00
VAN-1406 – Aguirre class Destroyer – £1.75
VAN-1407 – Manco class Capac Monitor – £1.75
VAN-1408 – Alianzia class Rocket Boat – £0.75
VAN-5020 – Pastuzo class Marmalade Sloop – £4.00
Please look after this fleet. Thank you.