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  1. Sviatoi Dmitrii Rostovskii, 100-gun, Russian first-rate Constructor A. Sutherland Laid down 11.4.1756 St Petersburg Launched 12.6.1758 Dimensions 180 ft. 11 in. x 49 ft. 6 in.x 29ft. 9 in. Armament LD 28x30-pounders MD 28x18-pounders UD 30x8-pounders iron/30x12-pounders brass FC & QD 14x6-pounders Alexander Sutherland's design was chosen from among plans submitted by Ivan S. Ramburg, Gavrila Okunev, Dmitriy Shcherbachev, and Potap Kachalov. Sutherland submitted two alternate plans and the final design incor
  2. Storman Danish 4th Rate 44 guns (1703) Characteristics: Lenght:122 feet Width:37 feet Draught( fore/aft ) : 7-6/9 feet Crew:297 Guns: 18x18pdr 18x12pdr 8x4pdr Sources: http://koti.mbnet.fi/felipe/Denmark/Denmark_ships_1700-1850/denmark_ships_1700-1850.html http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=18278 7-6/9 7-6/9
  3. 'Courageux' French Ship Courageux (1753) She was captured by the British ship HMS Bellona, also of 74 guns on 13 August 1761, whilst in the company of two frigates. Courageux sighted Bellona in company with the frigate Brilliant. The British ships pursued, and after 14 hours, caught up with the French ships and engaged, the Brilliant attacking the frigates, and Bellona taking on Courageux. The frigates eventually got away, but Courageux struck her colours, and was later repaired and taken into the Royal Navy as the third rate HMS Courageux. French Navy: 74 guns Gundeck: 28
  4. Panteleymon Victoria 66 gun ship Panteleymon Victoria The construction of this ship began on the 22nd of March 1719 in St Petersburg under the direction of well known shipwright Blais Pangalo and she first sailed on the 27th of July 1721. The ship was named in honour of the Gangut (1714) and Grengam (1720) Battle victories. Between 1722 and 1727 the ship was part of the Baltic squadron and was involved in exploration of the gulf of Finland.
  5. Im not sure if the Devs are still taking suggestions for new ships to be modeled before the release of the game, but a ship of the line a little later in period with different looking stern works, slightly different rig and more spartan bow features would give the game a sense of how ship construction evolved quickly from the 1700's to the 1820's. HMS Ganges was an 84 gun 2nd rate ship of the line, built of teak in the Royal Navies Bombay shipyard in 1821, she has a couple very notable differences in comparison with ships designed in the 1750s like Victory. Instead of main and mizzen sta
  6. Excellent documentation on the 74-gun ship, the San Juan Nepomuceno, built on the Gautier system. Spanish-language only. https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/47335803/Nepomuceno_foro.pdf
  7. De Leeuw was a 80 gun SOL built in Amsterdam by R. Dorsman in 1804. Later renamed "Comercie van Amsterdam", "Amsterdamsche Handel" and lastly "Amsterdam", this ship met it's end in 1817 during a storm at Algoa Bay when it collided with the beach. Dimensions 195 X 51 Amsterdam feet Plans Figurehead: Source: Rotterdam Maritime Museum Edit: Fixed link, added figurehead
  8. Here are the Plans of the HMS Leviathan in France better knowen as Le Courageux ( the original was hijacked by the Britan and from there plan they build some ships among other the HMS Leviathan) . A Veteran of the Trafager battle. A Ship which serve the crown 68 years. I would be proud to command that ship. In honor for the 4 fallen Sailors in the battle of Trafalger. Dimensions Length 52,50m Breadth 14,55m Depth in hold 6,30m Armarment lowerdeck 28 × 32 pounders middledeck
  9. HMS Caesar was an 80-gun third rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 16 November 1793 at Plymouth. She was designed by Sir Edward Hunt, and was the only ship built to her draught. She was also one of only two British-built 80-gun ships of the period, the other being HMS Foudroyant (1798). Battle of Algeciras Bay She was involved in the Battle of Algeciras Bay in 1801, during which her Master, William Grave, was killed and buried in Trafalgar Cemetery in Gibraltar. Battle of Cape OrtegalThe Battle of Cape Ortegal was the final action of theTrafalgar Campaign, and was fought be
  10. So I was thinking about who would win. The HMS victory or 5 RIBs (you might call them something different in America related to brand naming of the original ones but they're these) each one fitted with a co-axial machine gun with standard (non-armour piercing rounds) loaded with 100 rounds each giving them 500 higher velocity bullets. Crewed by 4 soldiers each who are all armed with a standard assault rifle (no drum mags or huge mags) as well as a dumb-fire (no guidance whatsoever) missile launcher/recoilless rifle of your choosing except for anything capable of launching nuclear warheads like
  11. Friedrich-III Info is not available. Share if you have anything. Plans https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0zwbou0jd9anyrg/AADMlDF0G8g3-Hx_-eVqI118a?dl=0 Preview
  12. 'Adventure' 1646-1684 44-Guns Adventure was a 34-gun fourth-rate frigate of the English Royal Navy, built by Peter Pett II at Woolwich and launched in 1646. The term 'frigate' during the period of this ship referred to a method of construction, rather than a role which did not develop until the following century. By 1677 her armament had been increased to 40 guns. Adventure was rebuilt as a 44-gun fourth rate at Chatham Dockyard in 1691. She was captured by the French off Martinique, in the West Indies on 1 March 1709. Rare blueprints!!! Get them while they last!!! We ba
  13. Plans: http://orlogsbasen.dk/visskib.asp?skib=Fyen&la=1 (Click "vis" on the one from 1745) Information: http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=747
  14. Noticed lack of figurhead...are this one dont have any?
  15. This si ship of the line friesland there is another one from later build but cannot find that.
  16. I think that this would be a nice addition as a British Capital ship. Based on the draught of the Royal George she has a certain splendor to her. Also she had 18s rather than 12s on her upper gun deck. If someone had plans or the capacity to model her I think that she would fit in well. I refer to the 1790 Queen Charlotte (Glorious First of June) as opposed to the 1810 ship of the same name. https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRcncJ8-xCmL4TSmjY2EomDPBx5VgC_e7_itrpI8ce81sMjAfwO https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTv8hFxu5aW9Gv7ln7wxwx_vKydBDvqDs80gMda3FEt
  17. HMS Barfleur (British 2nd rate, 90 Guns) Ship designed by Sir Thomas Slade; built Chatham Dockyard; launched 30 July 1768; 90 guns 2nd Rate; broken up Chatham, September 1819
  18. HMS Ramilies 1748 (1741 establishment 2nd rate of 90 guns). HMS Saint George 1740 (1733 establishment 2nd rate of 90 guns). HMS Prince George 1723 (1719 establishment 2nd rate of 90 guns). Get plans while they last.
  19. 'Fenix' 80-gun Fenix, and sister ship Rayo built at Havana. Rayo was later converted in 3-deckers with 100 guns (1803).Fenix was captured by English in battle of cape Sta Maria 1780. Dimensions were : 198 x 57 x 26-8 (keel 175-2, draught 26/ 28-6).1731 toneladas. Ship Plans
  20. Plans: http://www.orlogsbasen.dk/visskib.asp?skib=Tre%20L%F8ver&la=1 (The one at the top) Information: http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=736
  21. '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
  22. 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/
  23. French 3rd rates, 74+ guns. Rare find. Copy plans while they last. 1778 Anibbal ^ 1781 Pegase ^ 1793 Pompee^
  24. 'Montebello' French 1st rate ship with 120 guns. Launched in 1812, Montebello was an Océan type ship of the line of the French Navy. Plans list her as a 120-gun ship, but many historical references refer to her as a 118-gun ship. Ship Plans (Dropbox) download only https://www.dropbox.com/sh/9u6m233xyqvm2at/AAAuvyIEz4QNSjdDOJ_sD9Bqa?dl=0
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