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  1. Sviatoi Georgii Pobedonosets 21019 Nominal Guns 66 Nationality Russia Operator Baltic Sea Keel Laid Down 1778/07/09 Launched 1780/09/16 How acquired Purpose built Shipyard Kronshtadt Ship Class Aziia Class Constructor A. S. Katsanov Category Third Rate Ship Type Ship of the Line Broken Up 1808 Dimensions Dimension Measurement Type Metric Equivalent RWAS Length of Gundeck 160' 0" Imperial Feet Breadth 44' 6" Imperial Feet Depth in Hold 19' 0" Imperial Feet Armament 1780/09/16 Broadside Weight = 469.5 Russian Artillery Pound (564.285 lbs 255.8292 kg) RWAS Lower Gun Deck 24 Russian 24-Pounder Lower Gun Deck 2 Russian 1-Pood Edinorog (1767) Upper Gun Deck 2 Russian 1/2-Pood Edinorog Upper Gun Deck 22 Russian 12-Pounder Quarterdeck/Forecastle 16 Russian 6-Pounder I have pictures intended for modelling but am unable to upload due to file size so am not sure what to do about that.
  2. Информация "Russian Support And Protection" ("RS4P") - добровольное объединение капитанов кораблей для поддержки в PvE, защиты от PvP налётов всех союзных кораблей в водах Нового Света и поддержки в ПБ (Портовых битвах). Клан оборонительного характера. Патрулирование территорий Сопровождение торговых и боевых судов Помощь, обучение и развитие в игре для новых игроков Как присоединиться Вступить может любой желающий вне зависимости от наигранных часов и времени онлайна. Сервера: War (PVP) Обращаться: На форуме В игре: Dreidecker Discord: Dreidecker #8487
  3. This is my complete and reorganized Russian Ship Collection post, I looked through the forum to find every plan for Russian Ships that I could and posted them here. The plans are in order by number of guns, I will put links to any posts that I got plans from at the bottom of this list, enjoy! Mercury 1829, 20 guns Orel 1669, 22 guns Shtandart 1703, 24 (28) 1710 Russia 1729, 32 guns Saint Nicholas 1790, 44 guns Speshnyi 1801, 44 guns Saint Michael 1723, 54 guns Venera 1808, 48/56 Ingermanland 1715, 64 guns Panteleymon Vyctoria 1719, 66 guns Sviatoi Georgii Pobedonosets 1780, 66 guns Slava Ekateriny 1783, 66 guns St. Paul 1784, 66 guns Trekh Sviatitelei 1810, 74 gun sol Azov 1826, 74 gun sol Rafail 1802, 80 gun sol Sviataoi Pavel 1792, 82 guns Sviatoi Dimitrii Rostovskii 1758, 100 guns Khrabriy 1808, 120 guns Links to topics (if there is no link to a specific ship, like Mercury, I got the plan from a different site) http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/4872-russian-frigate-1669-orel-with-plans/ http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/5754-russia-frigate-32-guns-1729-with-plans/ http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/5569-saint-nicholas-святой-николай-44-gun-frigate-1790-with-plans/ http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/9228-russian-fifth-rate-speshnyiспешный-1801/ http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/3947-russian-4th-rate-st-michael-1723-54-guns-with-plans/ http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/15250-venera-russian-4856-gun-frigate-with-plans/ http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/3002-ingermanland-russian-3-rate-1715-with-plans/ http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/2937-panteleymon-vyctoria-russian-3rd-rate66-guns-ship-with-plans/ http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/3523-russian-third-rate-ship-of-the-line-sviatoi-georgii-pobedonosets-1780-66-guns/ http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/8411-russian-third-rate-slava-ekaterinyслава-екатерины-1783/ http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/3516-st-paul-of-66-guns-1784-russian-fleet/ http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/3946-russian-3rd-rate-rafail-1802-with-plans/ http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/7656-sviatoi-dmitrii-rostovskii-100-gun-russian-1-rate-with-plans/ http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/8405-russian-1-st-rate-khrabriy-храбрый-1808-with-plans/
  4. what are the russian clans, but ideally in pvp and eu as i guess its more active.
  5. Saint Nicholas Russian Frigate 34 guns Plans: Source article(in Finnish)/More diagrams and images: http://www.fregattinikolainsurkea.fi/411415125 In English:http://www.fregattinikolainsurkea.fi/426398867 Info(Probably this one):http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=21081
  6. Ingermanland This ship was launched 1715, armed with 64 guns. It was also the first, such a big (about 50 m long) ship built to be flagship of Russian navy. The project of this ship was worked out, as most of the plans of ships built before it, by tsar Peter I. http://www.sailboatmodel.info/ingermanland_1715/index.php?langue=en http://www.shipmodel.ru/ingermanland.htm
  7. It'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:
  8. 'Svyatoy Pavel' Built as a ship of the line at Nikolaev, Ukraine by the shipbuilders I. Afanasiev and I. Sokolov in 1794, for the Russian Imperial Navy. Launched under the name SVYATOY PAVEL, (Saint Paul). She carried a gilded figurehead of the Apostle Paul, her stern was decorated with a two-headed eagle, and above the stern windows of the upper gallery, and there was an embossed Sate Emblem. She carried no top on the bowsprit, but only jibs and staysails. Carried also staysails between the masts. She was the flagship of Vice-Admiral Fyodor F. Ushakov 1744-1817, based in the Black Sea. When in 1798 Russia and Turkey became allies, after the French fleet seized Malta and Napoleon began his campaign in Egypt, the Russian Black Sea Fleet was allowed to pass the Bosporus to the Mediterranean. 1798 Vice Admiral Ushakov on board his flagship SVYATOY PAVEL with a Black Sea squadron passed the Bosporus and joined the naval forces of the Turkish Admiral Kadyr Bey, thereafter the combined fleet headed for the Ionian Islands at that time occupied by French. The combined fleet of 10 ships of the line, including four Turkish. 9 frigates, including four Turkish and three Russian and 8 Turkish small warships. Not long thereafter two ships of the line of the Russian Black Sea and three ships of the line and one frigate of the Baltic fleet joined Ushakov. From December to November French fortifications were seized by troops of Ushakov fleet on the islands of Cerigo, Zante, Cephalonia and Saint Mauro, and the important Corfu fortress was blockade by the fleet. Ushakov made a landing on Corfu and attacked Vido Island. On the morning of 18 February 1799 after a signal from his flagship SVYATOY PAVEL, seven ships of the line and ten frigates commenced bombarding the island coastal fortifications and batteries. The batteries were silenced and 2.000 assault troops stormed the island, capturing 422 French troops. A damaged French warship the 54 gun LEANDER retreated to the walls of Corfu and the protection of the city batteries. When the Russian-Turks force stormed the first fortifications of Corfu the situation became hopeless for the French commandant and the city captured. (As given on the Russian MS 6806 of 5Rb issued in 1999, see below.) 636 Guns and mortars were captured, also the LEANDER a frigate LA BRUIN and 14 small craft. 2.931 French troops were taken prisoner. Ushakov was after the victory promoted to the rank of Admiral. After the victory the fleet was used to attack French supply routes and assist Allied forces in Italy, the towns of Brindisi, Mola and Bari were taken, and Ancona was blockaded. On 3 June 1799 the Russian forces together with troops from Naples liberated Naples. In September Ushakov left Italy and sailed with course Malta, to assist the English navy to recapture the island still in de hands of the French troops, but the English troubled by the quick strengthening Russian force in the Mediterranean, refused the help of the Russian navy. Vice-Admiral Nelson the commander of the British fleet off Malta even attempted to dispatch Vice-Admiral Ushakov and the Russian forces to Egypt. At least an arrangement was reached between Nelson and Ushakov, to send a small Russian squadron to Egypt under command of Vice Admiral Victor Kartsov. Ushakov was the senior of Nelson in rank, and in the attack on Malta, Nelson had to follow the Russian officers orders. The Malta attack did not take place and in the end of 1799 Vice Admiral Ushakov received orders to return to the Black Sea with his fleet. I cannot find the fate of the SVYATOY PAVEL, and of she was used again after 1799. 1810 Out of service. Plans
  9. 'Tretiy' or 'Third' L - 45.72m W - 9.14m Depth - 2.77m Armament 30x24lb Guns 28x3lb Swivel Guns Another 12lb Russian Frigate 'Perviy', 'First' Armament 26x12lb 6x6lb
  10. Frigate "Russia" 32-guns 1729 Could be a nice next rank ship after snow.
  11. 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-Pounders Quarterdeck/Forecastle 20 6-Pounders http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=10532
  12. Venera (1808) - a 48- / 56-gun frigate of the Russian Baltic Fleet http://collections.rmg.co.uk/collections/objects/81763.html Dimensions: 162' 6" x 42' x 13' 2" Armament: FC / QD - 18x 6pdr gun Upper Deck - 30x 24pdr gun (short) In 1810, she was converted into a 56-gun two-decker with an fully-armed spar deck. http://collections.rmg.co.uk/collections/objects/81764.html Armament Spar Deck - 28x 24pdr carronade Upper Deck - 28x 24pdr gun (short) Not the most beautiful frigate (slab-sided to say the least), but nonetheless a powerful ship and representative of the Russian approach to heavy frigates. She also had a sistership, Geroi, that wrecked in 1808.
  13. 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 of the line were in such appalling condition that they had to be dismantled within 5 years of being acquired, though the guns were in good shape and used elsewhere in the Spanish Navy. More on this particular incident can be found within the source article. Refer to 3decks link for dimensions and armament.
  14. Zakharii i Elisavet/Захарий и Елисавет Russian First Rate 1745 100 guns Article: Info: http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=10522 Zakharii i Elisavet Russian 3rd Rate 1795 74 guns Info:http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=10663 Source(in Russian): http://alternathistory.com/g-satskii-delo-o-gladkopalubnykh-lineinykh-korablyakh-katasanova Every piece of info is welcome
  15. The Russian Frigate Shtandart Штандартъ was launched in 1703 at the Olonetsky shipyard, and was the first Flagship of The Imperial Russian Navy. She had 24 guns (later 28) and was personally captained by Tsar Peter 1 on her maiden voyage from Olonets to St. Petersburg in September 1703. In 1727, She was broken up. On September 4th 1999, an exact replica of Shtandart was launched from Petrovsky Shipyard in St Petersburg. Her Dimensions are Displacement 220 Tons Length 34.5 M (113 ft overall) 25.0 m (82.0 ft) (length deck center) Beam 6.9 m (23 ft) Height 33 m (108 ft) mainmast Draft 3.3 m (11 ft) Speed 11 knots Compliment 120 seamen Armament 24 guns (28 after 1710 refit) I think that Shtandart should be in the game because of her important role in the formation of the Russian Baltic fleet which helped contribute to the defeat of Sweden in The Great Northern War, and for the fact that Shtandart is such a beautiful ship! Just like The Ingermanland... Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shtandart_(frigate)
  16. Сообщество Корсары приветствует игроков Naval Action! Мы русскоязычное сообщество единомышленников, которое борется за первенство в online-играх c 2011 года. В первую очередь Корсары - это сплоченная команда игроков, которым доставляет удовольствие играть в компании друг друга. Мы самодостаточны и самостоятельны, учимся друг у друга, умеем слышать и понимать мысли согильдийцев и облегчать жизнь друг друга. Сообщество начало свою жизнь в AION, затем Archeage (сервер: Кипроза) и Black Desert Online (играли всего 2 месяца, не понравилась ни игра, ни локализатор). В наших рядах Вы найдете игроков в такие проекты как World of Tanks, Dota2, War Thunder, Prime world, APB: Reloaded, Diablo, League of Legend и многие другие. Несмотря на то, что мы PvP-ориентированная гильдия, без PvE всё равно не обойтись, поэтому, как и везде, мы будем пробовать весь контент, который нам предоставит разработчик. Вступая к нам Вы обеспечиваете себя поддержкой взрослого коллектива, прозрачной внутренней политикой гильдии, серьезным руководящим составом и возможностью стать частью одной команды. И это касается не только проекта Naval Action. Corsairs Community - это правильный выбор для времяпрепровождения в любимой игре! Сервер: PvP One (EU) Наш сайт: http://corsairs-community.ru Наша группа ВКонтакте: http://vk.com/corsairs_official Наш Skype: corsairs.community Наша голосовая связь: RaidCall id - 4615462. Руководящий состав для связи в игре: Nordeanum - Лидер сообщества Travatar - Офицер гильдии Lawrence - Офицер гильдии Благодарим за проявленный интерес и внимание к нам! До встречи на полях сражений!
  17. Speshnyi/Спешный Russian 44-gun frigate 1801 Specifications Lenght of gundeck: 47.93742m Breadth:12.67968 m Depth in hold: 3.901440m Armament: Lower Gun Deck:28x Russian Short 24-Pounder Quarterdeck/Forecastle:6x Russian 24-Pound Carronade Quarterdeck/Forecastle:16 xRussian 6-Pounder Source:http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=21170 Ships of Speshnyi class: http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_class&id=299 Model of the Patrikii(Spesnhyi class)/Spanish Maria Isabel/Chilean O'Higgins/Argentinian Buenos Aires https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chilean_frigate_O%27Higgins_(1816) Sistership Logkii: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_frigate_Liogkii_(1803) Any info on the ship would be greatly appreciated!
  18. Slava Ekateriny/Слава Екатерины Russian 66-guns 1783 Info:http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=10755
  19. 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 incorporated changes ordered personally by Empress Elisbeth, drawing upon the successful lines of Pyotr I. She was built from high-quality Kazan' and Kurlandia oak and contained furniture and decorations removed from the earlier ship. As the flag of Adm. Mishukov, carried troops to Kolberg in 1760. Transported troops to kolberg in 1761, landing 150 marines. Cruised in the baltic in 1764. Decommisioned in 1764. Condemned in 1771. Broken up in 1772. Ship plans: (They are rather sizable) *I have searched the forum for this ship, yet i was not sure if it is floating around in Russian spelling or so* With that said, this is the first of several non-dutch ships that i am planning on introducing in the shipyard. Any additional information is much appreciated!
  20. 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.
  21. Greetings, I decided to try and model my first ship Though I'm a bit confused by the cannon count which should be 66 guns. I'm following these blueprints and if im counting right there are 33 gun ports on each side. Now that means there are 66 guns already, but there are still 2 stern cannons i didnt add to the count, so then there are at least 68 guns. Also I can't seem to find any information if it has bow chasers. then the ship would have 70 guns in total? (in case there are 2 bow chasers). If anyone knows a picture or plan with its bow chasers visible that would help out a lot (if it has them hehe). Here is my progress so far, if you see anything I'm doing wrong please let me know hehe. Dont mind the stern to mid area, there needs to be another deck and a lot more details. Hope you guys know more about this Thanks a lot! Freddykrueger
  22. Noticed lack of figurhead...are this one dont have any?
  23. Saint Nicholas / Святой Николай was a russian heavy frigate built in Nikolaev and launched in 1790. She participated in Russo-Turkish War (1787–92) and the War of the Second Coalition (against french forces in the Mediterranean, 1798-1800) General characteristics Class: 44-gun frigate Length of Gundeck: 45.72 metres Length of Keel: 13 metres Breadth: 4.572 metres Displacement: 1,840 tons Armament (1790): 50 guns Upper Gun Deck: 22 Russian 24-Pounder Upper Gun Deck: 4 Russian 1-Pood Edinorog Quarterdeck/Forecastle: 20 Russian 18-Pounder Quarterdeck/Forecastle: 4 Russian 8-Pounder
  24. Russian 1st rate Name: 12 apostles "Devenstadt Apostolov - The Twelve Apostles" Russian Imperial Ship of the line The "Twelve Apostles" was a 120-gun 3 decked ship of the line built by the Russian shipwright Captain S. I. Chernyakovsky. It was launched on the 15th July 1841 and became part of Russia's Black Sea Fleet. Its lower deck had twenty eight 68-pounder guns designed by the Russian artillerist Lekhner. On the other two decks there were 36 and 24-pounder guns. Although the ship was titled "120-gun" the ship actually carried 130 guns. The crew of the ship consisted of about 1000 men, among which were 12 officers and 65 corporals. The city of Sevastopol was the home of the Tsar's Black Sea Fleet, which threatened the Mediterranean. Sevastopol is one of the classic sieges of all time, the siege was the culminating struggle for the strategic Russian port in 1854–1855 and was the final episode in the Crimean War. On the 13th February 1855, the Twelve Apostles was ordered to Sevastopol Bay to form a second beam line along with six other vessels. The Russian commanders arrived at the hard but a most sensible decision, to submerge the ships across the entrance channel to prevent entry to the port, thus assisting the shoreline batteries. The ship's crew disembarked to reinforce the city's defenses, the Twelve Apostles was scuttled and sank. Fifty years after the heroic defense, to commemorate the sunken ships on the second beam line, a "scuttling monument" was erected in the sea, 23 miles from the shore, which is still in place today. The quay facing side of the octagonal pedestal, is adorned with a bronze plaque that depicts the scuttled ships. Despite the location of the monument, it proved to be the only monument of Sevastopol which endured in the melting pot of WWII and welcomed the liberators in May 1944.
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