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  1. The first time Ive seen this ship I fell in love to her. Its a little ship of the line - maybe the smallest SoL the dutch ever bothered to launch. (her class at least). But there appears to be no plans whatsoever. There are several plans of 50 gun SoLs but most of them just dont have the flavor of this particular vessel. https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/collection/NG-MC-656 If the real plans dont exist Id really love to see a 44 gun twodecker without any ewatherdeck guns. Means there is no prominent forecastle or quarterdeck. The image above has those two parts very suttle. Nothing
  2. German convoy ship 1722 "Wapen von Hamburg" The wapen from Hamburg (III) from 1722 was a Hamburg ship convoy. It was commissioned by the Hamburg Admiralty and the Hamburg merchants in order and had to accompany the task convoys of Hamburg's overseas trading partners and to protect them from enemy attacks or raids by corsairs and pirates. When the convoy ships thus it was with permanent warships escort mission, the 1669-1747 sheltered in Hamburg's convoy shipping and ensured trade to and from Hamburg and thus a place in Hamburg's position as a trading center sustainable. corrected her n
  3. Laid down in St. Petersburg in 18.7.1805. Designed by I. V. Kurepanov. Launched in 1.7.1808. Saw service in the Napoleonic Wars. Dimensions: Length of Gundeck 206' 0" Imperial Feet / 62.79 m Breadth 51' 5" Imperial Feet / 15.67 m Depth in Hold 23' 6" Imperial Feet / 7.16 m Displacement 4,184.4 Ton Armament: 120 guns 1808/07/01 Broadside Weight = 1350 Russian Artillery Pound (1471.5 lbs 667.44 kg) Lower Gun Deck 32 36-Pounders Middle Gun Deck 34 24-Pounder Upper Gun Deck 34 18
  4. Introduction Leon Trionfante at 70 guns was one of the largest and most successful ship classes in the late Venetian navy. The Leon Trionfante class has an impressive history of use serving both in the Venetian and later the French navy over an impressive time span of 109 years between 1716 to 1825, serving in the Second Morean war, The Venetian Tunisian war and the Napoleonic Wars. The long service history is in part due to the way the Venetian government was operating its navy in the last century of the republic of Venice, partly due to the design being ahead of its time but also in part du
  5. I think it's better to have this one in a separate thread, so here it is. Information about the ship (spanish) http://www.todoababor.es/listado/navio-sanfernando2.htm Plans: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9lyp0l22903t80x/scan01662.pdf?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/n7ug4zg8ni6xqxm/scan01663.pdf?dl=0 https://www.dropbox.com/s/nwz7fof6f38eikk/scan01664.pdf?dl=0
  6. Mind the question mark after the name, since I'm trying to deduct if my line of thinking is correct. Recently i stumbled across the following book: When i saw the book i decided to not purchase it yet, since i noticed something. In an online auction of the book, the plans of the ship were shows in small detail: Especially the first one rang several bells in my head, allow me to show you the following: The 2nd and 3rd image shown are marked as depicting the 'Delft'. However, the first is marked the following: '
  7. HMS Majestic HMS Majestic was a 74-gun third rate ship of the line launched on 11 December 1785 at Deptford. She fought at the Battle of the Nile, where she engaged the French ships Tonnant and Heureux, helping to force their surrenders. She was captained by George Blagdon Westcott, who was killed in the battle. On 22 February 1799, Majestic was in sight when Espoir, under the command of Captain James Sanders, captured the Spanish 14-gun xebec Africa some three leagues from Marbello on the Spanish coast. Captain Cuthbert, of Majestic, transmitted Sanders's letter, adding his own endors
  8. found a unnamed 74 gun in a book about ships in diffrent time periods sadly the twats didnt include any sources so i have no idea about the nation or name. any ideas?
  9. Dannebroge - 1710 Second Rate 2,200 Ton Length of Gundeck 164' 0" Danish Alen (Feet) 164.0000000000000 Breadth 42' 6" Danish Alen (Feet) 42.5000000000000 Draught Forward 17' 3" Danish Alen (Feet) 17.2500000000000 Draught Aft 20' 6" Danish Alen (Feet) 20.5000000000000 Broadside Weight = 694 Lower Gun Deck 24 Danish 24-Pounder Middle Gun Deck 28 Danish 18-Pounder Upper Gun Deck 28 Danish 8-Pounder Quarterdeck/Forecastle 14 Danish 6-Pounder Crew 680 Service History Date Event Source 1710/10/04 2nd Battle of Koge Bay 
  10. I asked this question some years ago now and never really got an accurate answer, I'm now wondering if any of the history buffs of these dear forums could expand upon what info I was offered. The Question: What first-rate ship of line sunk, then had it's cannon recovered and melted down? I've been reading about the HMS Victory (1737) found by Odyssey in the English channel, 2009. They found 42lb bronze cannon, the only existing cannon of this type on dry land. Though they mention another ship with similar ordnance that was recovered and melted down as scrap. discovery.com - "The site Odysse
  11. Well the title says it all.. Why dont we have plans for the téméraire class 74 gunners? After all she was the 74 gunner of the time. No other 3rd rates were ever build in such numbers off one construction plan.. I did a bit of research the days but could not find satisfying plans. nowhere in the webz I was around. armament?: (and remember that a french 36pd is 38.8 british pd) 28 x 36pd 30* 18pd 12 x 8pd + 4 x 36pd Carros (or 4x8pd as well as on the quarterdeck) __ total: 74 guns (as of 1783, launchdate of temeraire) 700 men compliment. I know its not the greatest of
  12. L'Artésien French 3rd Rate 64 guns (1765) Specifications: Length of Gundeck: 154' French Feet (Pied du Roi) 50.0192 meters Length of Keel: 141 'French Feet (Pied du Roi) 45.7968 meters Breadth: 40' 6" French Feet (Pied du Roi) 13.1544 meters Depth in Hold: 20' French Feet (Pied du Roi) or 6.496 meters Burthen: 1,100Ton Guns: Lower Gun Deck: 26x French 24-Pounder Upper Gun Deck:28x French 12-Pounder Quarterdeck/Forecastle: 10x French 6-Pounder http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=2209 Sources,imag
  13. On the subject of possible ships to put in the game, are the 1820 US lineships under consideration? Example is the USS Delaware. Crew compliment: 820 men Armament 30 long 32-pound guns 30 medium 32-pound guns 2 x 32 pound carronades
  14. Source: 3decks: Trekh Sviatitelei (translated as "Three Saints") was a Russian 74 gun two decker built in 1810 at the shipyard in St Petersburg. She had a relatively uneventful career and her only claim to fame, or rather infamy, was when she was sold to the Spanish, who, in desperate need for line ships after the events of the Napoleonic War, reached out to Russia for ships. She, along with her sister ship Neptunus, and three ships of the Selafail class of 74's were sold to Spain in what became known as the "Treaty of Madrid in 1817". According to the article, the Russian ships
  15. Looking for names, specs and history. Koopvaardijfregat 'Javaan' Pluto
  16. I want to start this topic over the 7 Provinciën 1782, 74 guns because it is pretty hard to come by at information but what i have found is not a whole lot so i will start with what i have. I have done some research on the 7 Provinciën 1782 because it is the only ship with this name who can be ingame despite the older ones who are too old (1665 and 1694/5) She is the third ship to bare the name 7 Provinciën on a Dutch warship, the first one is the most famous of 1665 and the second one is from 1694. She is a 74 gun ship, 2nd charter according to Dutch specifications and a third rate to Engli
  17. Unknown Need help reading the text! Possibly her sailing report: Need help!
  18. 'Commerce de Marseille' The Commerce de Marseille was a 118-gun ship of the line of the French Navy, lead ship of the Océan class. She was funded by a don des vaisseaux donation from chamber of commerce of Marseille. Built on state-of-the-art plans by Sané, she was dubbed the "finest ship of the century". Her construction was difficult because of a lack of wood, and soon after her completion, she was disarmed, in March 1791. Commerce de Marseille came under British control during the Siege of Toulon. When the city fell to the French, she evacuated the harbor for Portsmout
  19. HMS Agamemnon HMS Agamemnon was a 64-gun third-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy. She saw service in the American Revolutionary, French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, and fought in many of the major naval battles of those conflicts. She is remembered as being Nelson's favorite ship, and was named after the mythical ancient Greek king Agamemnon, being the first ship of the Royal Navy to bear the name. The future Lord Nelson served as Agamemnon '​s captain from January 1793 for 3 years and 3 months, during which time she saw considerable service in the Mediterranean. After N
  20. Neptunus, 80-gun, Danish third-rate Construction Copenhagen Launched 1789 EOS 1807 Dimensions Length 189' 7' (imperial) Breadth 49' 11' Armament LD 30x36-pounders UD 30x24-pounders FC & QD 20x12-pounders Any additional information is much appreciated! *I fully missed to boat on this one, posted the wrong image (the wrong Neptunus, the other one is ariving shortly)- Corrected in edit*
  21. 'Resolution' HMS Resolution was a 70-gun third-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched at Harwich Dockyard on 6 December 1667. She was one of only three third rate vessels designed and built by the noted maritime architect Sir Anthony Deane. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Resolution_(1667)
  22. HMS Trusty 50 guns British Fourth Rate 1782 Launched at Bristol in 1782. Broken up in 4/1815. Designed by Edward Hunt. As built: As designed: Rest of the plans: Info: Length of Gundeck: 150' 5 ½" Imperial Feet or 45.7327 meters Length of Keel: 124' 0 ¾" Imperial Feet or 37.8143 meters Breadth: 40' 7 ¾" Imperial Feet or 12.2111 meters Depth in Hold: 17' 9 ¾" Imperial Feet or 5.2007 meters Burthen: 1,088 16⁄94Tons BM Guns as of 09/1782: Lower Gun Deck: 22 x British 24-Pounder Upper Gun Deck: 22 x British 12-Pounder Q
  23. HMS Roebuck (1774) Plans based on Roebuck class. The Roebuck class ship was a class of twenty 44-gun sailing two-decker warships of the Royal Navy. The class carried two complete decks of guns, a lower battery of 18-pounders and an upper battery of 9-pounders. This battery enabled the vessel to deliver a broadside of 285 pounds. Most were constructed for service during the American Revolutionary War but continued to serve thereafter. By 1793 five were still on the active list. Ten were hospital ships, troopships or storeships. As troopships or storeships they had the guns on their l
  24. Currently, the entire collection of in-game fifth-rates are true sailing frigates - long, low ships with most of their armament concentrated in a single gun deck. The Renomee seen in game is one of the earliest examples of this type of ship; for the first half of the 1670-1830 time frame the typical fifth-rate or equivalent ship was a compact two-decker, shorter and more upright than later frigates. These ships tended to have 22 guns or fewer on each gun deck and minimal armament on the upper works of the ship, and were given a range of contemporary labels as broad as just 'ship' to the more d
  25. '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
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