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USS North Carolina, American 94 Gun Ship of the Line, 1820 Launch, 1824 Commission The USS North Carolina was an American, 94 Gun, Ship of the Line which was launched on September 17, 1820, and officially deployed on June 24, 1824. The North Carolina would serve as one of the toughest ships in the American Navy. It would fit the position of one of the first American Ship of the Line, and would categorize it between the Victory and Santisima, and with only a slight advantage over the L'Ocean. Armament: Lower Gun Deck: 34 x 42lb Guns Upper Gun Deck: 36 x 32lb Guns Spardeck: 24 x 42lb Carronades Total Broadside Poundage: 1434lbs with Cannons Only(12lb Guns substituted for replacement of Carronades)/1794lbs with 24 x 42lb Carronades. The guns used are in accordance with an 1825 Armament Record, Link here: http://3decks.pbworks.com/w/page/916135/USS North Carolina (1820) Crew Count: 820 - 1000+ Other helpful links with regards to this ship: http://www.battleshipnc.com/about-the-ship/history/ship-stats/ Please contact me if any more information is required for the addition of this ship to Naval Action. Thank you for your time. Edited 5 minutes ago by President John Henry Eden Crew
Трёх Иерархов (Three Hierarchs) 1782
Haratik posted a topic in Ships of the lineIt's amazing what a little digging can do on Pinterest. Granted, there wasn't all that much to find within the timeline, but I have found (and shared) some items. That being said, I did find a plan of a Russian first rate that was built for service in the Baltic Fleet. She saw action against the Swedes at both The Battle of Kronstadt and The Battle of Vyborg Bay. 3decks link in the title below. Трёх Иерархов (Three Hierarchs) 1782 Additional images of the model here: