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  1. 'Charles Grant' Many of the East Indiaman that traded between London and the East were built in Indian dockyards. The 'Charles Grant', for example, was built at Bombay in 1810. Ships built in India were constructed using superior tropical hard-woods such as teak. They were more resistant than vessels built from English oak to the sea-worms which ate through the bottoms of many ships. Wherever they were built, each East Indiaman had a limited life expectancy - 4 voyages to Asia over 8 to 10 years. Between 1600 and 1833 the East India Company's ships made about 4600 voyages from London.
  2. Alcmene (1774), an attractive French frigate with luxury accommodations. Admiralty plans for the ship "as taken" in 1779. source: http://collections.rmg.co.uk/collections/objects/83182.html Dimensions: 131' x 35' 2" x 11' 6" Burthen: 731 9/94 BM Armament: QD/FC - 6x French 4pdr / 6x English 6pdr Upper Deck - 26x French 8pdr / 26x English 9pdr
  3. Yesterday upon the stair(Port Morant - Carlisle) I met a man(French, Danes) who wasn't there(hiding in battle results/logging off) He wasn't there again today(randomly people from yesterday log in and pop out around the port) I wish, I wish he'd go away(or start playing an actual PvP game instead of using this exploit) The British nation would appreciate if the ganker fleets in the area of Carlisle would not use the battle result hiding exploits to end the night of PvP after a single attack. If you're short on time Jamaica is the wrong place for an attack and if you're afraid to lose yo
  4. From the album: Jean Ribault

    French Loch Ness monster
  5. 'Dauphine Royal' Ship Stats http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=1879 More Pictures Dauphin Royal was a 104-gun ship of the line of the French Navy. She took part in the Battle of Beachy Head under admiral Tourville. She was decommissioned in 1698 or 1699, and broken up in 1700. Feel free to add more history or ship pictures. Ship Plans
  6. Since we already have seen the L'Hébé-class a couple of days ago, here´s the next step in Sané´s 18-pounder frigate evolution: NMM: http://collections.rmg.co.uk/collections.html#!csearch;authority=vessel-358102;browseBy=vessel;vesselFacetLetter=V%252523wVh72x6jDhUXPGUu.97%2523dfzUMCoiguPuSzrY.97 Not the same class or by the same designer, but La Virginie would have looked pretty similiar to Rolland´s La Flore: Dimensions (pied de roi) length 143' breadth 36' 8'' depth in hold
  7. 'L'Ambitieux' A French 80 guns battleship from 1680, the flagship of the Chevalier de Turville and one of the finest and most beautiful ships of the French Crown of the XVII century. Plans: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/jf7sjppd638y4w8/AABXyEt0SgNIyxxfR9vI4sY_a?dl=0
  8. 'L'Hébé' Hébé was an 38-gun of the French Navy, lead ship of the Hébé-class frigate. Career Soon after her commissioning under Captain de Vigny, Hébé was tasked to escort a convoy from Saint Malo to Brest and protect shipping from the depredations of the British Royal Navy in the context of the Anglo-French War. On 3 September 1782, she was chased by the frigate HMS Rainbow, whose 32-pounder chase guns shot away her wheel, allowing the British to catch on and leading to the Action of 4 September 1782. In the ensuing battle, Rainbow devastated Hébé at close range with her newly-introduc
  9. La Couronne Ships History : La Couronne was an emblematic flagship of the French Navy built in 1636 by Cardinal de Richelieu. She was built in accordance to Richelieu's plans to renew the French Navy, after a series of ships built by the Dutch. The contraction was overseen by the famous carpenter Charles Morieur, from Dieppe. She was one of the most advanced vessels of her time. She was equipped with 68 heavy guns, 8 firing to the bow and 8 to the aft, an unusual feature until Dupuy de Lôme redesigned naval artillery. The Couronne took part in the siege of Hondarribia in 1638, and ano
  10. I initially wanted to make a post about La Cérès (1823) by H. Garnier St. Maurice, but couldn´t find plans for her, so here´s the pretty similiar L'Artémise. http://mnm.webmuseo.com/ws/musee-national-marine/app/collection/record/9045 Dimensions Length: 52.80 m Breadth: 13,40 m Depth in Hold: 7.05 m Armament 28 24-pounders 2 18-pounder (chase guns, forecastle) 22 24-pound carronades Launched 1828, 1837 - 1840 circumnavigation of the globe Ships in class: L'Andromède, La Glorie, La Néreide, La Cléopâtre, La Danäé, La
  11. Came across these two beauties that have plans with their stern and bow details! It would be a shame not to share them. I'm surprised that nobody has posted them till now. Le Terrible 78 guns 1739 Info: http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=2162 http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=7098 http://collections.rmg.co.uk/collections/objects/81165.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Terrible_(1747) Le Monarque 74 guns 1747 Info: http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=2109 ht
  12. Le Francois 1683 (French 5th rate) Build thread: http://modelshipworld.com/index.php/topic/6541-le-francois-1683-5th-class-vessels/ Model: Plans:
  13. Le Fleuron 1729 3rd rate Le Fleuron, a 64-gun ship of the line 3rd rate (vaisseau de 64 canons), was built according to plans by naval architect Blaise Ollivier who also together with his father, Joseph, a naval architect as well, conducted and surveyed the construction of the ship in Brest 1729-32. Le Fleuron is an excellent example of the French naval architecture school at the beginning of the 18th century which was not yet influenced by the English and Dutch naval schools. Le Fleuron was one of the finest ships in Louis XV's navy and received the following testimonial (among
  14. Junon The Junon was a 32-gun (12 lb) Charmante class frigate of the French Navy She took part in the Battle of Ushant under Admiral d'Orvilliers. She captured HMS Fox on 11 September 1778. On 17 August 1779, under captain Charles de Bernard de Marigny and along with Gentille, she captured HMS Ardent. On 13 September, under lieutenant Kergariou Locmaria, she captured HMS Rover. Wrecked by the Great Hurricane of 1780 off Saint Vincent on 11 October 1780 Plans Art
  15. Hello Every Body ! Me and a friend of mine were hunting near Rio Tocuyo (dutch territory, South-East of dutch capital Willemstad) when we met a dutch player with a Gros Ventre. We were very hungry, so that we tagged him to see what he was hidding in her belly. We were pretty surprised when we saw how much crew was handling the trader. The player, named "Central operator" and holding a 7UP tag beside his nickname, was a Jonker (lowest rank in dutch nation), and so had only 39 crew aboard. The Gros Ventre had no guns. Central operator with 39 and no guns ? Maybe a second account to help
  16. Le Pelican Pélican was a French warship from the late 17th century. Built in Bayonne, France, the original Pélican was launched in 1693. A 500 ton ship equipped with 44 guns and commanded by Captain Pierre Le Moyne d'Iberville, she ran aground on the shores of Hudson Bay a few days after an heroic battle, badly damaged by the encounter and a fierce storm. The Pélican‍ '​s life was short but glorious. She set sail from France on 8 April 1697 and ran aground on the shores of Hudson Bay on 8 September of the same year. However, in five short months of service, her place in history was assur
  17. The Hermione (L'Hermione) was a French 12-pounder Concorde class frigate with 32 guns . She carried General Lafayette to the United States in 1780 for support to the Americans in the Revolutionary war. She fought at the Naval Battle of Louisbourg on July 21, 1781 where her and the frigate Astree (Astrée) 38 guns, captured 2 British Warships and and 3 Merchantmen. She grounded and wrecked in 1793. She was rebuilt starting in 1997, and was launched July 6, 2012. She traveled up the US East Coast in 2015. Dimensions (1779) Displacement: 550 tons; 1160 ton burthen Length: 44.2 m (145 ft) Beam
  18. It has been a 3 week long race. The First leg was long in Panama was initial hard fights around Playon, with the British front falling and allowing France to get a strong foothold in Panama. The second leg was the British Nation responded in force, capturing back all Panama ports with the French escaping to the North Yuctan being handed ports by the Spanish. The British front held throughout the week against relentless French/Spanish attacks. The third leg started off this weekend the French final bastion at Mugeres was captured. Before it was captured a trader lynx escaped to Jagua, and t
  19. Several weeks ago the French led by their Danish Lords set off to attack the British in an unprovoked declaration of War. The war began with the Dutch allowing the French Military Access to cross through their territory over 2 days with the first strike coming out of the Dutch neutral zone into the British Canalete area. There British forces were met with forces of the Russian Coalition led by Pirate, Spanish and French forces some 150-200 enemy forces were reported in the area. Over a period of 4 or 5 days the vast numbers overwhelmed exhausted British forces which eventually led to a blitz
  20. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_French_sail_frigates#Frigates_under_Louis_XVIII_and_later_.281815.E2.80.931860.29 Do these fit the timeframe? Be an amazing for more choices in the Trincomelee-Constitution Frigate weight class. Fifty - Sixty Guns, 30 and 24 lbs armed, with 30 pound carronades up top.
  21. This post is to be used a reference to the Declaration agreed upon by French clans ([LBORK][LMN][OMG][PURGE]) in PVP2 involving the Sverige, Danmark-Norge, and France Nations. We talked to the Sverige and Danmark-Norges separately about their goals, and this is the product of our discussions. The French Nation (herein referred to as "we"), will not take any additional ports in the region spanning between the Freetown of Vieques, and Plymouth. We shall not interfere with Sverige or Danmark-Norge players while either of the aforementioned nations have an active conquest flag. We can, and w
  22. La Flore/Vestale 30-32 guns (?) French (1756) Plans in PDF: http://soubory.radekshipmodels.cz/plany/LaFlore.pdf http://soubory.radekshipmodels.cz/plany/FlyingDutchman.pdf http://soubory.radekshipmodels.cz/plany/JollyRodger.pdf Possibly her plans: Short history of her: Built in 1756 at Le Havre and designed by Jean-Joseph Ginoux.She took part in the Battle of Quiberon Bay and was eventually captured by the British in January 1761 by the HMS Unicorn. She was recommisioned as part of the Royal Navy in July 1761 with the name HMS Flora and was paid off in 17
  23. The French ship Glorieux was a second rate 74 gun ship in the French Navy. Built by Clairin Deslauriers at Rochefort and launched on 10 August 1756, she was rebuilt in 1777. She was captured by the British and she is a modest 74 with a nice stern and is fitting to be in French and Spanish Navy best but she would be a great British vessel too. Painting:
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