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  1. 'Prince Frederick' The Prince Frederick was launched in 1714 as the 'Expedition'. The following year she was re-named in honor of King George I's eight-year-old grandson, Frederick. More facts. 'Expedition' was rebuilt as a 70-gun third rate in 1699 at Chatham Dockyard. She was rebuilt for a second time as a 70-gun third rate to the 1706 Establishment at Portsmouth Dockyard, and was relaunched on 16 August 1714. She was renamed HMS Prince Frederick in 1715. Her final rebuild was carried out at Deptford, where she was reconstructed as a 70-gun third rate to the 1733 proposals of
  2. Not sure if it was already posted but here she is a gorgeous ship of the line https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Sovereign_of_the_Seas The link below has blue prints for other ships like the Revenge, Golden Hind, and HMS Leopard as well as the Mayflower https://fatboxsoftware.wordpress.com/2012/02/15/264/
  3. OK so I am going to attempt to start modeling this ship, I won't lie I don't know much about naval history or much about the ship itself, I have some HD plans and Ragnar hairy trousers to help me with his knowledge of ships of this time and will try my best to make a model to this games high standards. I was wondering if anyone had or knows of reference pictures of this ship, there is a model that has had loads of pictures uploaded to Google, but it seems to be the 1790 model and not the one I have plans for, again I am a naval history noob, if there is any websites that have pictures of load
  4. The HMS Beagle was a Cherokee-Class 10-gun brig-sloop that served with the Royal Navy. The Beagle was later adapted as a survey barque and conducted three expeditions. Her second expedition made her one of the most famous ships in history as she carried a young Charles Darwin, who later penned the Origin of Species. I think she would make a great ship for use of explorers to survey coastlines, and send expeditions to unknown lands. Class and type: Cherokee class brig-sloop Tons burthen: 235 bm Length: 90.3 ft (27.5 m) Beam: 24.5 ft (7.5 m) Draught: 12.5 ft (3.8 m) Sail Plan: Brig
  5. A very interesting Vessel with an Unusual name. HMS Black Joke Class and type: Baltimore clipper Tons burthen: Approx. 260 ton (bm) Length: 90 ft 10 in (27.69 m)[1] Beam: 26 ft 7 in (8.10 m)[1] Sail plan: Brig Complement: 34 sailors & 5 marines Armament: One 18-pounder cannonpivot-mounted Vengador – 45 men and 8 guns (645 slaves freed) Carolina – 2 guns (420 slaves freed) Dos Amigos – 34 men, 1 gun (567 slaves freed) El Almirante – 80 men and 14 guns (466 slaves freed) HMS Black Joke chased the El Almirante for over 31 hours before capturing her. She
  6. Probably the last of the "Traditional" 1st Raters .HMS St Vincent built at Plymouth Dockyard and launched 11th March 1815 as a first rate 120 gun ship of the line of the Nelson Class. She served as flagship at Portsmouth and served in 1840 in the Mediterranean and Channel. She was used as a training ship for 25 years until finally being sold in 1906. As part of the Royal Navy ship of the line the armament consisted of thirty-two 32 pdrs on the gundeck, thirty-four 24 pdrs on middle deck, thirty-four 18 pdrs on upper deck and on the quarter deck six twelve pdrs and ten 32 pdr carrs, and
  7. Brief History The Octavius was a British merchant vessel that was trading with China in the late 1700′s. According to the story of The Octavius, the ship arrived safely in China, but then the ship’s captain chose to gamble with fate: he decided to attempt a return to England using the Northwest Passage (through the Arctic), which had never been attempted before. Here’s where it gets interesting: the ship wasn't discovered until 13 years later off the coast of Greenland when a whaling ship spotted her. When the crew boarded the new-found ship, they discovered the bodies of all crew members fro
  8. It would be nice to see Capt James Vancouvers ship,HMS Discovery in the game. Discovery was launched in 1789 and purchased for the Navy in 1790.She was named after the previous Discovery(Capt J Cook). She was a 10 Gun Survey Vessel(later a Bomb Vessel,Bomb vessel: 1 x 13" mortar + 1 x 10" mortar + 8 x 24-pounder Carronades + 2 x 6-pounder guns) As a Survey Vessel she had 10 x 4-pounder guns (short)+ 10 x ½-pounder swivel guns. She had a Compliment of 100(including a "Widows Man" Length: 99 ft 2 in (30.23 m) (overall) 77 ft 8 in (23.67 m) (keel) Beam: 2
  9. The HMS Sovereign of the Seas was a 90-gun first-rate ship of the line that served in the Royal Navy. At launch she was fitted with 102 cannons on the insistence of the king. She was launched on the 13th of October, 1637 and served from 1638 to 1697 when she was lost due to fire. She served in many battles and as the flagship of General at Sea Robert Blake. The Dutch referred to her as 'The Golden Devil.' http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Sovereign_of_the_Seas
  10. Replik der Endeavour, 1994 HMS Endeavour, also known as HM Bark Endeavour, was a British Royal Navy research vessel that Lieutenant James Cook commanded on his first voyage of discovery, to Australia and New Zealand, from 1769 to 1771. She was launched in 1764 as the collier Earl of Pembroke, and the Navy purchased her in 1768 for a scientific mission to the Pacific Ocean and to explore the seas for the surmised Terra Australis Incognita or "unknown southern land". The Navy renamed and commissioned her as His Majesty's Bark the Endeavour. She departed Plymouth in August 1768, rounded Cape
  11. Not sure if it has been suggested yet, however; my all time favorite ship due to it's incredible design, the HMS Prince. I would absolutely LOVE to see this ship in game in the near future if possible. I noticed it was not on the list for voting so consider this my active polling vote. I've attached some photo's to better show the design! Please let me know what you think. Bow: Aft: Design: Overall: EDIT- Wiki page as well: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Prince_%281670%29
  12. HMS Melampus was a Royal Navy fifth-rate frigate that served during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. She captured numerous prizes before the British sold her to the Dutch navy in 1815. With the Dutch she participated in a major action at Algiers, and then in a number of colonial punitive expeditions in the Dutch East Indies. The HMS Melampus is part of the Leda-class frigates, were a successful class of 47 BritishRoyal Navy 38-gun sailing frigates. All Ships of the class. Class and type: 36-gun fifth-rate frigate Tons burthen: 94724/94 (bm) L
  13. "While Wellesley was ordered as a Black Prince-class ship of the line, plans meant for her construction were lost in December 1812 when USS Constitution captured HMS Java. She was therefore built to the lines of HMS Cornwallis, a Vengeur-classship of the line which had just been launched at Bombay " Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Wellesley_(1815) Black Prince class plans. Vengeur class plans http://www.modelships.de/Wellesley/Photos-HMS-Wellesley.htm http://www.modelships.de/Wellesley/Photos-HMS-Wellesley_details.htm http://www.modelships.de/Wellesley/
  14. One I would like to see: HMS Centurion (1732) 60 guns Anson's flagship during circumnavigation, and veteran of Cape Finisterre:
  15. HMS Ormonde HMS Ormonde was a 50-gun fourth rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, built at Woolwich Dockyard to the 1706 Establishment of dimensions, and launched on 18 October 1711.[1] In September 1715, she was renamed Dragon. The next year, commanded by Streynsham Master, she was assigned to the Mediterranean Sea. In 1717, still under Master, she served with Admiral Byng's force in the Baltic Sea, capturing the Swedish Fildrim on 28 June. Between 1718 and 1725, now commanded by Thomas Scott, she served mainly off Newfoundland and in the Mediterranean. In 1726, Dragon was as
  16. Could it be the HMS Brittania of 1682 ?
  17. 'Minorca' http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=5417 Plans:
  18. Launched in 1719 at Portmouth. In 1782 Royal William took part in the navy operations which led to Gibraltar’s liberation. Also in that same year, the ship was involved in the salvage attempt of Royal George, which overturned in Spithead causing the death of 900 persons. In the end it was assigned as anchor-watch at Portsmouth, until 1813 , then demolished. Its survival for almost a century compares strongly with the typical six-year life span of so many other ships. Armament : First battery: 34 guns of 32 inches Second battery: 28 guns of 24 inches Third battery: 18 guns
  19. I have a slight connection with this ship.When i was in the Royal Navy based at RNH Haslar(i was the modern equivilant of a Loblolly Boy)she was anchored just off Gosport and was used as a Training Ship for Boys.She is now renamed as HMS Trincomalee and is at Hartlepool Historic Dockyard. Class & type: Leda-class frigate Tons burthen: 1065.63 bm Length: 150 ft 4.5 in (45.834 m) (gundeck) 125 ft 7.25 in (38.2842 m) (keel) Beam: 39 ft 11.25 in (12.1730 m) Depth of hold: 12 ft 9 in (3.89 m) Sail plan: Full-rigged ship
  20. Im very intrested in those 74s and the reason is that they have so much more soul in my mind than the 1st rates and the Bellerophon is the finest British ship out there but i know the ship list is long but i have made a long list about to get more french or get the Téméraire-class ship of the line because she is the type of my favorite ship the Redoutable and the Bellerophon catches my eye just as the Redoutable does and if there is a ship that i think is as worthy as the Téméraire to come to the game it must be this i know there already is Bellona but this could be another British alternative
  21. Sloop of War HMS Druid, 16 Guns. The plans are for the one that is 2nd in the list http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Druid I saw another topic for this ship but did not see any upload so here it goes http://imgur.com/a/0YlS6
  22. Not much info about the ship but here it is http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Alfred_%281778%29 Admiralty drawings http://imgur.com/a/1rZra
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