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Credit goes to all of the people that found the info/plans/drawings and posted them in the respective threads.I only put them together in a single thread.

 

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Nau "Rainha de Portugal"

(Alternative spelling : Rainho de Portugal)

 

Portuguese

(1791)

80 guns - 3rd Rate 

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Was built in 1791 in Navy's shipyard in Lisbon by Torcato José Clavina.

Saw militar service until ~1834, after that was served as hospital ship until ~1848.

She helped the royal british navy (Admiral Jonh Jervis and Admiral Horatio Nelson) against france in the napoleonic war aswell as transporting the royal Portuguese family to Brazil in 1808.

 

Armament:

Lower Gun Deck, 30 cannons (36lbs)

Upper Gun Deck, 32 cannons (24lbs)

Quarted Deck, 18 cannons (12lbs)

 

Dimensions:

Lenght 55.27 m

Beam 14.48 m

Depth of hold 10.36 m

Displacement 3000 tons

~669 men (couldn't find the exact number of sailors and soldiers )

 

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http://collections.r...ects/81035.html

 

 

http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=7863

Possibly her looks after her rebuild:


Nossa Senhora da Conceição

1701

80(?) guns (i counted 102)

 

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Full album:http://imgur.com/a/poXve

 

Not sure if this is the correct version: http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=7843

 

Unknown

 

 

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Need help on this one

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Original post: http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/7306-player-ship-selection-1st-half-2016/?p=140162

 

Princesa Real

Portuguese

(1819)

 

Captured during the Battle of Cape St Vincent (Portuguese Civil War) and renamed Duquesa de Braganza in 1833. 

Plan made by the British in 1834

 

50-gun Fourth Rate, large Frigate

 

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http://collections.r...ects/81579.html

 

Source : http://threedecks.or...w_ship&id=21568

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Nau Principe da Beira


Portuguese 44(?) or 54(?) guns


1774



 


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Need info on her.


 


About the guns,sources say that she mounted 44 guns but i counted at least 52.


 


Not to be mistaked with the Princesa da Beira: http://threedecks.or...ow_ship&id=7891


 


 


 


Sources: http://triganices.bl...e-da-beira.html


http://marinhadeguer...01_archive.html


http://museu.marinha...as/default.aspx


http://3decks.pbwork... Esparteiro.pdf


 



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Santo Antonio e São José/Martim de Freitas/Nau Pedro I

Portuguese/Brazilian 3rd Rate

64 guns,74 after modernization

1763,rebuilt and modernized 1794

 

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Info(used google translate):

Nau Portuguese line of 3rd class, built by Antonio da Silva in the Navy shipyard in Bahia - Brazil. He had two artillery decks to 64/66 parts and capacity for 500-650 crew members. It began construction on 01/10/1760 and was thrown into the sea on 01/29/1763 under the name 'St. Anthony and St. Joseph' and the nickname 'Saint Anthony America's Pearl'. It entered service in 02/28/1763. Main dimensions keel had 53.33 meters in length, 13.38 of mouth, molded depth of 11.25 and 6.37 draft. The cost, including artillery, was 134,904,283 kings. He was part of the South squad and participated in the expedition against Algiers in 1784. Rebuilt and modernized in 1794 with the name of 'Infante Dom Pedro Carlos', was renamed with the name 'Martins de Freitas' in 1806. Sold to Brazil, becomes have the name of 'Dom Pedro I' in 1828.
 
   History
 
   The Nau Pedro I, former Martim de Freitas, was the first ship to bear this name in the Navy of Brazil, named after Don Pedro de Bragança, the first Emperor of Brazil. On March 7, 1808, the then Portuguese Nau Martim de Freitas, was part of the Portuguese squad also consists of the Naus Principe Real, Medusa, Afonso de Albuquerque, Count Henry, D. João de Castro, Brazil Prince, Queen of Portugal the Frigates Minerva, Urania and Dolphin, the brigs Countess de Resende, Hare, Batão and Ferret and the plow Thetis, who brought the Royal Family and the Portuguese Court to Brazil, because of the imminent invasion of the city by Napoleon's troops. He joined the Independence of Brazil when he was in the port of Rio de Janeiro, undergoing repairs and reaparalhamento the Navy Yard, together with Naus Albuquerque, Principe Real, Medusa, João de Castro and Vasco da Gama. It was incorporated into the Navy on November 10, 1822, when it became the first ship to hoist the new flag of the Empire of Brazil. At the time, he took over the Captain-de-Fragata John the Baptist Lawrence.
 

 

 

 

 

Armament after 1793(translated with google):

 

26 pieces of 24 pounds on the deck / 26 pieces of 12 pounds in the indoor / 8 pieces of 9 pounds the blurs / 4 pieces of 9 pounds in the stern castle. 

 

 

 

Sources:http://marinhadeguer...-de-guerra.html

http://masterofseas....au-pedro-i.html

Model here(registration required):http://www.ptnauticm...php?f=71&t=5772

 

The modeler in this thread discovered that the deagostini model of the ship is based on the spanish Montanes.They just changed the figurehead and closed some windows from the stern:

So here is the modified Montanes plan:


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http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=14577

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Ulysses/Urania

44 or 36 (?) gun frigate

Portuguese

1792

 

 

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So,from virtual visit of the portuguese museum,if you click down at the bottom "Seculo XVII", three models will appear and the Ulysses/Urania is the one at the back.

 

http://www.marinha.p...inha/index.html

 

Translation of the description using google translate:

 


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The frigate " Ulysses " was built in Lisbon and launched to the water on 15 December 1792. This vessel , 44 parts, was built at the request of England, a booster station in 1793. Until 1804, he took part in numerous escort missions the maritime convoys , when it was the target of large batches , changing its name to " Urania ". In 1807 , was part of the squad that led the court of King John VI in Brazil, having sunk in the waters of Cape Verde on 5 February 1809. The model of the frigate " Ulysses ", which here is exposed , is a fine example of a large , occupying a prominent place in the central windows of this room.
 

 

 
From the "catalogo dos navios brigantinos":

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Entry 171(using google translate): 
 
" Ulysses " (1792-1807) - Frigate of 36 pieces that was released to water Lisbon on 15 December 1792 . In 1804 he happened to be called Urania . He used the bodyguard and train service .
 

 

 
 

From: http://marinhadeguer...tuguesa-ii.html

 

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Urania
Frigate
        Portuguese ship 5th class line, built at the shipyard of the navy arsenal in Lisbon, with one or two artillery deckes with 36 artillery pieces and with 200 to 300 men on board, launched on December 15, 1792 with name of 'Ulysses' and ready for service in the same year, he used the bodyguard and the train service, now has the name 'Urania' in 1804, out of service in 1807.

       Commanders

      1793-1794 - Captain of frigate José Gomes da Silva Telles, commander of the frigate Ulisses 2nd Division II Squadron of the Royal Ocean Fleet Navy in March 1793, the second station should be ready to follow the fate that the government give him until the end of March or early April 1793.

      1795-1796 - Captain of frigate-Daniel Thompson, Commander of the frigate 'Ulysses' 3rd Atlantic Fleet Division left the Tagus on December 25, 1795, escorting a convoy of merchant ships to America.

      1796-1797 - Captain of frigate-Daniel Thompson, Commander of the frigate 'Ulysses' of the 4th Division of the Royal Fleet Portuguese of Brazil that browsing from Bahia in Brazil, escorting a convoy of merchant ships, entered the Tagus on the morning of 23 July 1796.

      Armament

      1792-36 artillery pieces, 26 pieces of 18 pounds 10 pieces of 9 pounds
 

 

 

 

From: http://marinhadeguer...rmada-real.html

 

 

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Portuguese frigate of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries . Was built in the navy arsenal in Lisbon and launched to the water on 15 December 1792. He was armed with 44 mouths fire- when , in 1793 , was built -a request of our allies in britânicos- squad strengthening its naval forces in the western Mediterranean . Then he went to the Atlantic ocean waters , where, until 1804, ensured the protection of numerous naval convoys transiting between the coasts of Brazil and Europe. After having exposed to large batches (also in this year of 1804) , the Portuguese royal armed decided to change his name to " Urania ". In 1807 , this ship was integrated in the great Luso- British squadron which led to Brazil King João VI and his numerous court. It was reported lost in a shipwreck off the Cape Verde Islands on February 5, 1809 .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Santo Antonio e São José/Martim de Freitas/Nau Pedro I

Portuguese/Brazilian 3rd Rate

64 guns,74 after modernization

1763,rebuilt and modernized 1794

R7tDClF.jpg

RzT0wOS.jpg

dRuVUJb.jpg

d1032f701cc3679ae38615a2f2e82d15.jpg

EKiDubj.gif

Info(used google translate):

Nau Portuguese line of 3rd class, built by Antonio da Silva in the Navy shipyard in Bahia - Brazil. He had two artillery decks to 64/66 parts and capacity for 500-650 crew members. It began construction on 01/10/1760 and was thrown into the sea on 01/29/1763 under the name 'St. Anthony and St. Joseph' and the nickname 'Saint Anthony America's Pearl'. It entered service in 02/28/1763. Main dimensions keel had 53.33 meters in length, 13.38 of mouth, molded depth of 11.25 and 6.37 draft. The cost, including artillery, was 134,904,283 kings. He was part of the South squad and participated in the expedition against Algiers in 1784. Rebuilt and modernized in 1794 with the name of 'Infante Dom Pedro Carlos', was renamed with the name 'Martins de Freitas' in 1806. Sold to Brazil, becomes have the name of 'Dom Pedro I' in 1828.

History

The Nau Pedro I, former Martim de Freitas, was the first ship to bear this name in the Navy of Brazil, named after Don Pedro de Bragança, the first Emperor of Brazil. On March 7, 1808, the then Portuguese Nau Martim de Freitas, was part of the Portuguese squad also consists of the Naus Principe Real, Medusa, Afonso de Albuquerque, Count Henry, D. João de Castro, Brazil Prince, Queen of Portugal the Frigates Minerva, Urania and Dolphin, the brigs Countess de Resende, Hare, Batão and Ferret and the plow Thetis, who brought the Royal Family and the Portuguese Court to Brazil, because of the imminent invasion of the city by Napoleon's troops. He joined the Independence of Brazil when he was in the port of Rio de Janeiro, undergoing repairs and reaparalhamento the Navy Yard, together with Naus Albuquerque, Principe Real, Medusa, João de Castro and Vasco da Gama. It was incorporated into the Navy on November 10, 1822, when it became the first ship to hoist the new flag of the Empire of Brazil. At the time, he took over the Captain-de-Fragata John the Baptist Lawrence.

Armament after 1793(translated with google):

26 pieces of 24 pounds on the deck / 26 pieces of 12 pounds in the indoor / 8 pieces of 9 pounds the blurs / 4 pieces of 9 pounds in the stern castle.

Sources:http://marinhadeguer...-de-guerra.html

http://masterofseas....au-pedro-i.html

Model here(registration required):http://www.ptnauticm...php?f=71&t=5772

The modeler in this thread discovered that the deagostini model of the ship is based on the spanish Montanes.They just changed the figurehead and closed some windows from the stern:

So here is the modified Montanes plan:

o2AI3ah.jpg

http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=14577

Gorgeous

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