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  1. Having the HMS Surprise, I find it excellent if we had an Acheron.
  2. Really excited of this ship. Special Thanks to "Joegrag" for ship plans. Too big to upload see comments.
  3. Hey here is some technical drawings for this french 52 gun 4th rate i found, did a search and it is not on this forum so here it is. I thought the constitution and trincomalee could use more buddies.
  4. HMS Indefatigable was one of the Ardent class 64-gun third-rate ships-of-the-line designed by Sir Thomas Slade in 1761 for the Royal Navy. Though built as a ship-of-the-line, most of her active service took place after her conversion to a 44-gun heavy frigate. She had a long career under several distinguished commanders, serving throughout the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars. She took, alone or in company, some 27 prizes and in 1847 the Admiralty authorised the issue of four clasps to the Naval General Service Medal to any still surviving members of her crews from the respect
  5. I think this would be a great end game 4th rate /frigate. It had a long service time and put out a huge broadside. I Can't find much in the ways of plans or images. What do you think?
  6. Was it the HMS Rose replica? Re-named Surprise? Or the HMS Surprise, originally the Unité? I'm pretty shure its the Unité, and I'd love to se the HMS Rose in the game! They are very similar, but most of the diference is on the upper deck!
  7. USS Essex The USS Essex, a thirty-two-gun frigate built in Salem, Massachusetts, in 1799, was not the most glorious vessel in the history of the American navy, yet she was unique. Sailors throughout the world remarked on her speed and beauty of line, and the list of men who commanded her—Edward Preble, William Bainbridge, James Barron, and David Porter—reads like a who's who of the early American navy. She was the first U.S. warship to round the Cape of Good Hope into the Indian Ocean. Thirteen years later, she became the first American man-of-war to round the Horn into the Pacific, wher
  8. HMS President The H.M.S. President was one of many light frigates constructed in England during the years 1730 till 1760. These ships were constructed upon consideration of the economic limits which were due to the numerous wars of the period. The ship was 34 meters long and it still had some influences of the galleons, but the back of the ship was not high and this made it easier for the ship to sail rapidly even with goods aboard. The H.M.S. President was used mainly for the commerce between England and America. Plans:
  9. HMS Ajax The HMS Ajax was a British Frigate, built in 1765 and refitted in 1805 to serve in Admiral Horatio Nelson's fleet. Ajax was 135 feet long and had a crew of 250. She carried 18 24-pounders and 9 12-pounders. Plans:
  10. Frigate "D. Fernando II e Glória" This ship has an awkward story, it was ordered in 1821 but because of financial reasons it was only built in 1843 in the Royal Portuguese Arsenal in Daman, Portuguese India. Was in service from 1845 until 1940, year that she "half sunk" from an onboard fire. In 1990 was restored from its old wreck and turned into a museum. She didn't saw any battles unfortunatly, most of its orders where to transport troops to the colonies. Armament: Gun deck - 28 guns (18 pounder, long gun) Deck - 20 guns (32 pounder, carronade) Forecastle - 2
  11. New ship will be added to the game in the near future (ETA 1 month) It is a light frigate equipped with 28 cannons. 26 on the broadsides and 2 chasers. This is a first ship that will close the gap between snow and brig and heavy corvette. Most likely rattlesnake will be a runner up so it will provide additional coverage of the gap. Here is how she looks (more will come once they upload) Lets discuss the performance, speed turnings and it's potential role
  12. HMS Amazon Building Amazon thread: http://blenderartists.org/forum/showthread.php?285256-18th-Century-Frigate
  13. Note* there is a misspell error in the title - HMS Iris HMS Iris/Hancock Completed in 1777 and named after John Hancock, the president of the Congress of the United Colonies, she made her first voyage in May 1777, Captain Manley in command, in company with the frigate USS Boston and several privateers. A severe storm quickly scattered the fleet, and the privateers went their own ways while USS Hancock and Boston sailed to the fishing grounds off the coast of Newfoundland. In June 1777, Hancock was sighted by the British frigate HMS Fox. After a short engagement in which
  14. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lively-class_frigate Hi Guys, Some more ideas re Frigates and once again need to find plans but this one sounds like a captains dream, found it when looking into the Leda class frigate that was added recently. The more Frigates the better i'm hoping we rarely see first or second rates on the ocean with their cost etc and look forward to Frigate hunting packs facing off all day every day.
  15. I would love to be able to sail this gallant old frigate. The United States was one of the original six American forty-four gun heavy frigates and she normally carried 50 guns and had quite a combat record. She captured two French privateers, Sans Pareil and Jalouse, sunk the L'Amour de la Patrie; freed the English ship Cicero from the French privateer Democrat (who escaped to shallow waters); took the French privateer La Tartueffe and its prize, the American ship Vermont; captured the Le Bonaparte; she captured several merchants including the Mandarin; under the command of Captain Ste
  16. HMS Ambuscade (British 5th rate, 32 Guns) Ship designed by Sir John Williams; built Adams & Co. Deptford, river Thames; launched 17 September 1773; 32 guns 5th Rate; taken by the Bayonnaise 14 December 1798; broken up 1813
  17. Dutch 5th Rate frigate 32-guns Hard to find info about this one. Maybe others find more info? Feel free to add in replies! Source: http://www.maritiemdigitaal.nl/index.cfm?event=search.getdetail&id=100099267 Image: http://mmr.adlibhosting.com/madigopacx/wwwopac.ashx?command=getcontent&server=Maritime&value=T%2FT2336.jpg Source: http://www.maritiemdigitaal.nl/index.cfm?event=search.getdetail&id=100099225 Image: http://mmr.adlibhosting.com/madigopacx/wwwopac.ashx?command=getcontent&server=Maritime&value=T%2FT2297.jpg
  18. HMS Diana The eighteenth century equivalent of the cruiser, the frigate was used for a wide variety of roles from fleet reconnaissance to patrolling sea lanes. Built in 1793 Diana was a typical British frigate of the period whose long and active career spanned virtually all of the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars. In 1815 she was sold to the Dutch navy, which she continued to serve until destroyed by an accidental fire in 1839. Plans are in this book: https://www.google.com/shopping/product/946098880756842013?q=frigate+diana&es_sm=122&biw=
  19. La scialuppa di salvataggio portarle usato raramente e di solito mettere le barche in mezzo alla nave sopra le aste, e poi sono antiestetici, e quindi sarebbe meglio rimuovere perché rovinano la linea del Surprise. [Attachment = 1119: HMS-Surprise-stern.jpg] [Attachment = 1120: HMS-surprise.jpg]
  20. http://www.navalhistory.dk/images/Skibene/IJ/Jylland1862/Jylland%281860%29-1139-1970-n.jpg http://www.galleri-draupner.dk/images/arkiv/Image/FJ%20i%20roligt%20farvand.jpg http://www.fregatten.dk/ Its an old danish ship wich have been made into a museum, would love to see this in the game. I bet if you guys call them you can get some good info and drawings on the ship.
  21. From the album: Davy Kidd's

    Modern frigate sitting in the harbour next to Nelson's flagship.

    © ©dwk

  22. http://www.modelships.de/Unicorn_II/Photos-Frigate-Unicorn_II.htm
  23. Ahoy people, new guy here, and I bring cannons and explosions. Last month, people working for the Danish Fregatten Jylland museum ship decided to test out one of the old cannons, since It's almost never been done in modern times, and there's little historical evidence detailing the accuracy of the old ship cannons. Fregatten Jylland (The Frigate Jylland) Is one of the world's largest wooden warships, and is both a screw-propelled steam frigate and a sailship. She fought in the Second Schleswig War in 1864, where during the Battle of Heligoland, she sustained a direct hit from an Austri
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