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  1. Dimensions (imperial) length 148' 3'' breadth 38' 7' draugth aft 17' draugth forward 15' 9'' distance of the meta center to true midpoint 2' 10'' (waterline) heigth of middle gunport above the waterline
  2. The NORSKE LOEVE was built in 1765 by the Nyholm shipyard, close to Copenhagen. The ship was named after the Norwegian Lion and the Danish-Norwegian Imperial Coat of Arms. There was a crew of 667 men and an armament of 70 iron cannons, with 26 cannons 24 pd. on the lower deck, 26 cannons 18 pd. on the middle deck and 18 cannons 8 pd. on the upper deck. All ornaments, made by the sculptor C. Moellerup, were reminders of Norway. On the transom there is a fisherman and a farmer, symbolizing the most important trades of Norway, agriculture and fishing. Construc. No. 37 Name:
  3. Looking for more info and plans by Francis Sheldon Tre Løver, 1689, 68-74 Guns (24х24pd, 20х12pd12х6pd), Crew 529. ??? http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=18324 Elefant, 1687, 24 Guns (18х6pd, 6х4pd), Crew up to 90. ??? http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=17905 Let's keep going Dannebrog(1850) Unknown 5th rate? Bellona 1830 Rota 1822 gyldenløve 1669 hukkert 1760 12x4pd
  4. A Brief History of the Danish West Indies, 1666-1917 The Danish West Indies consisted of three small islands in the Caribbean situated to the east of Puerto Rico, namely Saint Thomas since the 1660s, Saint John since 1718, and Saint Croix from 1733. Altogether these islands make up only 333 square kilometers. The colony was characterized by trade and shipping in Saint Thomas and sugar plantations in Saint Croix, whereas Saint John was considered as just an appendix to the neighboring Saint Thomas. The three islands stayed a Danish colony until 1917 when they were sold to the United States
  5. Inspired by Don Alejandro´s thread about the Spanish Navy, I put all plans for danish frigates posted so far in one thread. Sorted à la francaise, i.e. by caliber of the guns on the upper gun deck, not the actual gun count. 4- / 6-pounder frigates Blaa Heyren 18 guns, 1734, Benstrup Langeland 18 guns, 1758, Krabbe 8-pounder frigates Raae 30 guns, 1709, Judichær Christiania, 20 guns, 1774, Krabbe 8-pounder frigate concept 24 guns, 1
  6. VIE is looking for able sailors and brave captains to defend our waters and expand into new territories, in order to claim our god given rights as a major naval power. Should you be interested in signing up, please visit our website http://navalvie.freeforums.org/public-announcements-f9.html Or feel free to contact our recruitment Officers ingame. Daniboy3000 Bartas11 Teamspeak is required since we work hard to keep everything organized in both Port Battles and major engagements.
  7. Dimensions (imperial) length 144' 3' breadth 38' 1' draught aft 17' 9'' height of middle gunport above the waterline: 8' 5'' Length-to-breadth-ratio: 3.78 Armament 26 danish 18-pounders 16 danish 8-pounders Crew 389 Launched 1778, transferred to Asiatic Company in 1781, broken up 1795 (five voyages to India) Ships in class: Pommern (1784)
  8. Very beautiful looking 4th rate warship from 1750. Possible gundeck 24s/18s/9lb?
  9. 'Stralsund' Frigate Stralsund - Swedish prize captured 1718 (built 1715). Out of service 1761. 240 men 32 guns, I really hope to see this ship in game.
  10. Info about danish shipwrights and danish shipbuilding in general: coming soon™ Shipwrights: Henrik Gerner, 1742 - 1787 E.W. Stibolt, 1741 - 1796 Ships, presented and planned Note: conversion factor for danish to british pounds: 1, 038 conversion factor for danish to british feet : 1, 0305 _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Waldemar, 80-gun ship, 1798, Stibolt Seieren, 64-gu
  11. 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 
  12. From M/S Museet for Søfart (Maritime Museum of Elsinore): "Fregat og Vestindienfarer FREDERICHSDAHL. Bygget: 1780-82 i Flensborg. 129½ kommercelæst. Reder: Etatsråd P. v. Hemmert & Sønner, København. I 1799 solgt til Norge." Trader Frigate, Friderichsdahl (a.k.a. Frederichsdahl / Frederiksdal et.al.) built for the West Indies 1780-82 in Flensborg (modern day Germany). 129½ kommercelæst (Danish tonnage). Shipowner: P. v. Hemmert & Sønner, Copenhagen. Sold for Norway in 1799. From the Danish National Archives: Ship plans (click on them for higher resolution):
  13. Dronning Juliana Maria/Dronning Juliane Marie Danish 3rd Rate 70 guns 1752 Pictures: Plans: Unfortunately i couldn't find any plans of the decorations but the model above is displayed in the Orlogsmuseet in Copenhagen. Dimensions: Lenght of Gundeck: 164' Danish Feet Breadth: 44' 6'' Danish Feet Draught Aft: 20' Danish feet Displacement: 2350 tonnes Armament: Lower Gun Deck: 26 x Danish 24-Pounder Upper Gun Deck: 26 x Danish 18-Pounder Quarterdeck/Forecastle: 18 x Danish 8-Pounder  Sources: http://www.jmarcussen.dk/maritim/skibsliste/si
  14. 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*
  15. Armament possible 18-20 guns.
  16. Sofia Magdalena Please help find more info on this ship. Ship Plan
  17. just found a book about the Danish ship of the line Holsten. she was build between 1769 and 1772 by F.M Krabbe at Nyholm, Copenhagen she was armed with 60 guns ( 24 24pd on lower gundeck, 24 12pd on main gundeck, and 12 8pd on wether deck) and had a crew of 470 + a marine compliment of 100 as soon as I can get a good scan of the plans I will add the to the post
  18. 'Raae' by danish constructor Judichaer. Raae was launched 1709 and in service until 1751
  19. Armament: 24* 12 pounders + dedicated bowchase port, 6* 12-pounder carronades on the quarterdeck Length: 126' (danish) / 129' 10'' (imperial) Breadth: 34' (danish) / 35' 1'' (imperial) Depth in hold: 14' 3'' (danish) / 14' 9'' (imperial) Height of middle gunport above waterline: 5' 9'' (danish) / 6' (imperial) Edit: Took some measurements off a cross section amidships: Thickness of the
  20. I may have already posted the sheer plan for this one, but it lacked the details for the stern, quarter galleries and the head, so I combined the two sets so you can see how the 'complete' ship looked like. Dimensions (imperial feet) Length: 118' 6'' Breadth: 31' 11'' Draught aft: 14' Draught forward: 12' 11'' Length to Breadth ratio: 3, 71 Armament 20 8-pounders 10 Falquonettes (1-pounders) Crew 173 Other ships in class: Tranqvebar (1762), Alsen (1764), Færøe (1766) Launched in 1774 at Friderichswaern (Norway), broken up
  21. At first when i saw this vessel i thought that it was something of an ugly duckling however the more i look the better she looks (more modern than a British vessel of the same date) She is the Danish 78 gun Norge 1800. I love the way the stern narrows so that it looks like a 3rd rate with a frigate stern (should make stern raking difficult) plus her armament is impressive. http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=704
  22. Wenden Mast example, image found online: http://i.imgur.com/w4eR9J1.jpg Plans:
  23. Plans (from the Danish National Archives/Orlogsbasen): Sheer and Body Plan Head and Stern Cross Section Sailplan (1772/1780) Dimensions: Length: 115' (danish) Breadth 31' Depth in Hold 15' 3'' Draught Foreward 12' 6'' Draught Aft 13' 6' Height of middle gunport above the water
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