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  1. Yes that's it. You speak much better English than me so I trust you.
  2. Exemple of composition of the vessels durring one battle. The Spanish and French task force in 1779. In French, I'm sorry. http://forum.game-labs.net/topic/3297-références-diverses-et-variées/?do=findComment&comment=152554
  3. Point d'amalgame, je ne suis pas du genre à mordre bien au contraire. Je ne sors pas de son conteste tes phrases. Je ne connais aucunement Potbs et comme je l'ai dis je n'ai pas NA. Donc j'admets très volontier que NA soit plus proche de la simulation que Potbs, et ce sans le moindre doute. Je dis simplement que NA est loin d'être une simulation, juste ça. Je pratique d'autres simu' (navale et aérien) est à y voir les vidéos, NA n'en n'est pas. Ça n'est pas une critique négative, je trouve que NA est ce qui resemble le plus à une marine du XVIIIe siècle, et c'est très bien ! Enfin un jeu où les canots resemblent à ce qu'ils sont réellement. J'ajouterai que j'ai une certaine connaissance de ce milieu, et que (de loin) il m'ai arrivé de fournir quelques petits éléments aux développeurs d'NA. Rien de glorieux certes, et je n'en fais pas grand cas, mais tous ce que je dis (en tout cas je fais au mieux) n'est pas purement gratuit. Donc point d'amalgame, je ne suis pas du genre à mordre
  4. Je n'ai ni NA ni joué à Potbs machin chose. Alors peut-être que NA fait plus réaliste mais clairement on reste loin d'une simulation ! De toute façon faire une simulation sur un support comme NA reste très compliqué.
  5. French Frigate L'Hermione

    2012 #2
  6. French Frigate L'Hermione

    In 2012 #1
  7. French Frigate L'Hermione

    In 2011
  8. French Frigate L'Hermione

    In 2010
  9. French Frigate L'Hermione

    In 2009
  10. French Frigate L'Hermione

    In 2004
  11. French Frigate L'Hermione

    Hey, I still prefer the real boat!
  12. French Frigate L'Hermione

    Oh yes ! I had forgotten that this application existed. I do not know if it's okay, I should have it tested by my children.
  13. A small historical complement on J.N. Sané's 74-gun ships. Until 1777 several naval engineers made 74-gun ships. Then Sané draws a drawing in 1777, it is the original plan. 166'6 "x 44 'x 21'6". And comes the drawing of 1778, it is l'Annibal. The drawing of 1777 is modified to follow the request of the Marine Council, which requests it to increase the length by 2'. The Annibal made 165'5 "x 44 'x 21'6". In 1780 Sané makes a new drawing. It lengthens by 1'. The Northumberland made 166'5 "x 44 'x 21'6". After the American War of Independence France made a contest for a typical ship design for several reasons. Sané wins the contest with a new evolution of his drawing thanks in part to the Baron Borda. The 74-gun vessel must be 172 '(170' to the float) x 44'6 "x 22 '. In 1782 and 1798, 55 vessels were built with the drawing of Sané, the first si le Téméraire. Then we speak of a 74-gun vessel "big model" and a new 74-gun smaller. on account 40 large models (172 'x 44'6 "x 22') and 22 small models (169 'x 44' x 21'3")' Le Pluton is the first "small model". Of the "class" according to a name, rather a "type" of a ship, so we speak of a type of Sané. Ordonance: The French 74-gun have from 1733 to 1787: 28x 36-pdr - 30x18-pdr - 16x8-pdr . To 1787-1806: 28x36-pdr - 30x18-pdr - 16x8 + 4 howitzers 36 pdr. To 1806-1813: 28x36 pdr - 30x18 pdr - 14x8 + 10 pdr carronade 36 pdr. The 74-gun small model 1803 to 1806: 28x36-pdr - 30x18-pdr - 16x8 + 4 Howitzers of 36-pdr. To 1806-1812: 28x36-prd - 30x18 pdr - 14x8-pdr +10 carronade 36 pdr. We are two special vessels that are not large impressions. Le Lion 1793/1815 (Glorieux 1795 Cassard in 1798) and le Magnanimes 1794/1833 (Quatorze-Juillet 1798, Vétéran 1802) 173'10 "x 45" x 22'3"; 28x36 pdr - 30x24-pdr - 16x8 + 4-pdr howitzers 36' Note that le Suffen and la Borée are just 74-gun type Sané classic. So between 1782 and 1813 (and even long after) 95 ships are the same, only the artillery changes. And only two ships with 24-pdr guns. And only 22 small ships. (I apologize for the English ... Google translation)
  14. Player-selected ships 2017 - Initial poll

    The 74-gun small craft is not very much built. Sané was inspired (probably) by the English 74-gun. Smaller than the French one. This small ship has three big advantages over the srandard vessel. It employs fewer sailors, has less drafts and maneuvering better. On the other hand, and it is his biggest defect, it is that it is more difficult to integrate in a squadron because of its smaller ceiling. Only 22 small model ships are built between 1803 and 1812. They very beautiful and very elegant, but unfortunately not representative of the French fleet.
  15. Sélection de navires 2017

    Oooooooooooookay navires marchands donc. Dans ce type de navires il en faudrait presque un de chaque : Brick de 150/200tx, Gabare de 400tx , flûte de 600tx, vaisseaux de 900 et 1200tx.
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