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Right, I've updated the OP to include the results of the 2017 poll, despite almost effing the whole thing up somehow. That could've been bad, lol.

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@Arvenski You can add USS United States (old Constitution) in OP.

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On 2/10/2016 at 12:42 AM, Arvenski said:

Traders: 6 in-game, 0 known to be in development, 2 possibly in development. In-game: Trader Cutter, Trader Lynx, Trader Brig, Trader Snow, Le Grosse Ventre, Indiaman. In development: Two unknown ships might be in development.

British: 11 in-game, 1 in development. In-game: Cutter (Alert), Pickle, Snow (Ontario), Cerberus, Santa Cecilia, Indefatigable, Endymion, Trincomalee, Agamemnon, Bellona, Victory. In development: Pandora + Surprise (?) (British refit, armament and name)

French: 8 in-game, 1 in development. In-game: Le Grosse Ventre, Le Requin, La Renommée, HMS Surprise is British after refit with in-game armament (L'Unité originally made in France, but with a lighter armament), La L'Hermione, La Belle Poule, Le Bucentaure, L'Océan. In development: Le Téméraire.

Danish: 0 in-game, 1  in development. In development: Christian VII. now in game

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Updated, thanks!

Are the Constitution and United States both in the game now? And are we getting a reworked Surprise, then? I haven't kept up with everything that's been announced.

Also, whatever happened to the Santa Cecilia?

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13 minutes ago, Arvenski said:

Are the Constitution and United States both in the game now? 

Yes. Constitution is the new 3d model and United States the old one.

13 minutes ago, Arvenski said:

And are we getting a reworked Surprise, then? 

No, in-game Surprise has always been British HMS Surprise, the refitted, rearmed and renamed British version of the captured French L'Unité. The hull is French but the armament, the refitting, the name and the sailors are British after capture.

You can either classify her as French if what matter is who built her or British if what matters is what version is in game.

But, if ever the French version were to be implemented (she won't), she'd be named L'Unité.

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So far, I guess I've been listing ships by who built them. I'm content to keep it that way, at least for now. 

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I hope there are more ships like Wapen Von Hamburg. high deak with the Beautiful decoration.

Before the economic reset I have been (Always Sailing)Hamburg only.

I just want to see more ships like 1680~1750 the old man join the game.

 

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On 6/5/2019 at 13:58, Vaiken said:

Espero que haya más barcos como el Wapen Von Hamburg. Alta deak con la hermosa decoración.

Antes del reinicio económico, he estado en S Navegando siempre) solo en Hamburgo.

Solo quiero ver más barcos como 1680 ~ 1750, el viejo se une al juego.

 

Are you going to ask for a Roman galley too?

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4 minutes ago, Mascarino said:

 I hope it's a trirreme with corvus. 😄

I need a corvus!  I keep sliding by my target!

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On 5/6/2019 at 1:58 PM, Vaiken said:

I hope there are more ships like Wapen Von Hamburg. high deak with the Beautiful decoration.

Before the economic reset I have been (Always Sailing)Hamburg only.

I just want to see more ships like 1680~1750 the old man join the game.

Indeed, ships of the early period and their nice sculpture decoration are great !!! 🙂

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39 minutes ago, pepepotamo said:
16/5000
 
 
 
But anachronistic

NA timeframe for ships is 1680-1820.

Atm in game :

  • Ingermanland : 1715
  • Wapen von Hamburg : 1722 
  • La Renommée : 1744
  • Le Requin : 1750
  • Cerberus : 1757
  • ...
  • Le Bucentaure : 1803
  • ...
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Hace 4 horas, LeBoiteux dijo:

El plazo de NA para los buques es 1680-1820.

Cajero automático en el juego :

  • Ingermanland: 1715
  • Wapen von Hamburg: 1722 
  • La Renommée: 1744
  • Le Requin : 1750
  • Cerberus: 1757
  • ...
  • Le Bucentaure: 1803
  • ...

No es verdad, se dijo que sería barcos del siglo XVIII concretamente de la segunda mitad del siglo y el primer decenio del siglo XIX. La construcción naval adoptada por las naciones más importantes, no tiene nada que ver desde la mitad del siglo XVIII con lo que que se hizo antes, de hecho, si confrontamos dos barcos de la misma clase pero de épocas diferentes, hay una desigualdad enorme. Así que según tu, que metan barcos de la misma clase pero menores, para que los revienten los otros, es decir, serían solamente por estética. Pues yo prefiero que metan buques del período más tardío y que ya están aprobados.

Un saludo

 

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On 5/13/2019 at 10:52 PM, pepepotamo said:

No es verdad, se dijo que sería barcos del siglo XVIII concretamente de la segunda mitad del siglo y el primer decenio del siglo XIX. La construcción naval adoptada por las naciones más importantes, no tiene nada que ver desde la mitad del siglo XVIII con lo que que se hizo antes, de hecho, si confrontamos dos barcos de la misma clase pero de épocas diferentes, hay una desigualdad enorme. Así que según tu, que metan barcos de la misma clase pero menores, para que los revienten los otros, es decir, serían solamente por estética. Pues yo prefiero que metan buques del período más tardío y que ya están aprobados.

Un saludo

Un saludo, Compañero, mi Amigo !

Unfortunately, I can't speak Spanish. And google translate is often a poor helper. Your text seems to deal with NA realism and historicity. Un amplio debate...

Have fun 🙂

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Right, I've updated the thread for the upcoming HMS Leopard, Le Redoubtable, and HMS Implacable (which I've listed as a French ship, because it was originally French). It's always nice to see that more ships are coming. 

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7 minutes ago, Arvenski said:

Right, I've updated the thread for the upcoming (...) Le Redoubtable

Her name is Le Redoutable (french word), not Le Redoubtable (english word). 🙂

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Le Boiteux

I'm confused. This last photo of yours, looks like a model ship. Is there a model of "Redoutable"? When was it built? Where is it preserved? If there is a model there must be a figurehead, too. This discussion regarding the figurehead we had over there in the thread on the "French ship Redoutable" ... did you post this photo there? Can't find it. Do you have more photos of this model? 

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