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Good morning.

 

Under the permission of the Lord ADMIN, I created this post to have all the information about the spanish ships well organized and put it in order to enable that the devs can get the information clearly. Of course I would add the names of people who provided that information and also always provide links to topics, if I forget to someone, please Tell me ;) .

 

Please, if someone find new information about spanish ships, put in the old post (HERE), and I add to this.

 

 

 

Spanish Classification

 

 

First Rate

 

100+ guns

 

Real Felipe Class (Real Felipe)

 

Real Felipe Class (Real Felipe)

 

First 3 decks spanish ship of line.

Shipyard: Guarnizo

Service Time: 1732 -- 1750

Length: 55,4 m

Displacement: 1965t

Weapons: 114 guns (30 a 36lbs(She can take 36lbs but on her service time only taked 24lbs, 32 a 24lbs, 30 a 12lbs, 22 a 8lbs)

Crew: 1250

 

Drawings:

 

2cnxvk1.jpg

 

More drawings:

 

http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/2756-spanish-armadas-collection-with-plans/?p=56790

 

http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/2756-spanish-armadas-collection-with-plans/?p=57148

 

http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/4368-san-felipe-spanish-1st-rate-1690-with-plans/?p=84714

 

http://www.modelship...uthenticity.htm

 

 

 

Wooden model:

 

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http://www.modelships.de/Verkaufte_Schiffe/San_Felipe_1/Photos_San_Felipe_I.htm

 

http://www.modelships.de/Verkaufte_Schiffe/San_Felipe_2/Photos_San_Felipe_II.htm

 

http://www.modelships.de/San_Felipe_III/San_Felipe_III_engl.htm

 

http://sanfelipe1690.blogspot.com.es/

 

 

Thanks to WIND

 

 

 

 

 

Purísima Concepción Class (Purísima Concepción, San José)

 

Purísima Concepción Class (Purísima Concepción, San José)

 

Shipyard: El Ferrol

Service Time: Purísima Concepción (1779 -- 1810), San José (1784 -- 1797)

Length: 59,4m 

Displacement2771t

Weapons: 112(32 a 36lbs, 30 a 24lbs, 32 a 12lbs, 18 a 8lbs)

Crew: 917

Drawings:

 

plano-navio-san-jose.jpg

 

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san+joseph.jpg

 

mascaron-proa-san-jose.jpg

 

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http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/2756-spanish-armadas-collection-with-plans/?p=56787

 

Wooden model:Not found it yet

 

Thanks for the collaboration WIND and HARATIK

 

 

 

 

Santa Ana Class (Santa Ana, Mejicano, Conde de Regla, Salvador del Mundo, Real Carlos, San Hermenegildo, Reina María Luisa)

 

Santa Ana Class (Santa Ana, Mejicano, Conde de Regla, Salvador del Mundo, Real Carlos, San Hermenegildo, Reina María Luisa)

 

Very resistance, built them with cedar, good sailors

 

Shipyard: La Habana/ El Ferrol

Service Time: Santa Ana (1784 -- 1816), Mejicano (1786 -- 1815), Conde de Regla(1787 -- 1811), Salvador del Mundo (1787 -- 1797), Real Carlos (1788 -- 1801), San Hermenegildo (1790 -- 1801), Reina María Luisa (1792-- 1815), Príncipe de Asturias (1795 -- 1814)

Length: 59,6m

Displacement2.108t

Weapons: 112(30 a 36lbs, 32 a 24lbs, 32 a 12lbs, 18 a 8lbs)

Crew: 1102

Drawings and Wooden model:

 

http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/7118-santa-ana-class-112-guns-spanish-ship/

 

 

 

Thanks for the collaboration Musashi

 

Edited by Don Alejandro De C. y M.
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Second Rate

 

90 to 100 guns

 

***Rayo Class (Rayo, Real Fénix)

 

***Rayo Class (Rayo, Real Fénix)

The Rayo class was built like 80 guns ship, but the Rayo in 1803, was modificated like a 100 guns ship (the same way than the Santisima Trinidad); so it´s one of the few with these weapons. When he was modificated like a 100 guns, He lost turn trim and speed, but he kept resistance that it was high. The other one, kept his appearance like a 80 guns ship

 

 

Shipyard: La Habana

Service Time: Rayo (1749 -- 1805), Real Fénix (1749 -- 1780)

Length: 60,76m

Displacement3000t

Weapons: 100(30 a 36lbs, 32 a 24lbs, 30 a 8lbs, 18 a 8lbs, 4 carronades a 24lbs, 4 Howitzer a 4lbs)

Crew: 812

Drawings:

 

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StpAj.jpg

 

 

 

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Wooden model:

 

 

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JelBx.jpg

 

 

 
 
Thanks for the collaboration WIND
 

 

Edited by Don Alejandro De C. y M.
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Third Rate Part I


 


70 to 80 guns


 


***Rayo Class (Rayo, Real Fénix)


 


***Rayo Class (Rayo, Real Fénix)


The Rayo class was built like 80 guns ship, but the Rayo in 1803, was modificated like a 100 guns ship, The other one, kept his appearance like a 80 guns ship


 


 


Shipyard: La Habana


Service Time: Rayo (1749 -- 1805), Real Fénix (1749 -- 1780)


Length: 53 m


Displacement3000t


Weapons: 80(30 a 24lbs, 32 a 18lbs, 30 a 8lbs, 18 a 8lbs)


Crew: 747


Drawings:


 


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Wooden model: Not found it yet, but can be used it the Rayo´s woodmodel without the first deck


 


Thanks for the collaboration WIND


 


 


***Montañes Class (Montañes, Argonauta, Neptuno)


 


 


***Montañes Class (Montañes, Argonauta, Neptuno)


 


The Montañes, was the first of the class, She was built following José Romero y Fernández de Landa's system, and one year after, De Landa built a new ships but more powerfull, if the Montañes was built like a 74 guns ship, The Argonauta and The Neptuno, were built like a 80 guns ships; Like the Montañes, the Argonauta and Neptuno were a very good sailors. I show you here the Argonauta and Neptuno.


 


Shipyard: El Ferrol


Service Time: Neptuno  (1795 -- 1805), Argonauta(1796 -- 1805)


Length: 49,87 m


Displacement2362t


Weapons: 80= Neptuno(30 a 36lbs, 32 a 24lbs, 12 a 12lbs, 18 a 8lbs, 10 Howitzer a 36lbs, 8 Howitzer a 24lbs, 8 Howitzer a 4bs)//Argonauta (30 a 36lbs, 32 a 18lbs, 16 a 8lbs, 12 Howitzer a 30lbs, 4 Howitzer a 4lbs)


Crew: 797


Drawings:


 


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Wooden model: Not found it yet


 


 


 


Thanks for the collaboration LatoucheTréville


 


Shipyard: El Ferrol


Service Time: Montañes (1794 -- 1810)


Length: 49,87 m


Displacement2362t


Weapons: 74(28  de 36 lbs,30 de 18 lbs,Stern casstle: 8 de 8 lbs, Bow casstle: 10 carronades de 30 lbs


Crew: 749


Drawings:


 


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Wooden model:


 


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http://modelismonavaldeinvestigacion.webnode.es/products/navio-monta%C3%B1es/


 


 


Thanks for the collaboration Alex Connor and IonAguirre


 


Edited by Don Alejandro De C. y M.
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Other Vessels

 

Less than 25 guns ( Corvettes, Sloops, MOrtar Brig, etc...)

 

'Descubierta' Spanish Corvette

 

 

Spanish Brig 18 guns

 

 

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 Spanish Mortar Brig

 

 

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Edited by Don Alejandro De C. y M.
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Merchant Vessels


 


 


Spanish 58 guns ship of line reduce to a Merchant ship called "Flora"


 


 


Spanish Merchant Frigate ship


 


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Spanish 50 guns Merchant ship called "NUESTRA SEÑORA DEL PILAR DE ZARAGOZA"


 


 


Shipyard: Cavite


Service Time: 1731-- 1750


Length: 36 m


Displacement1000t


Weapons: 50 guns (22 a 18lbs, 22 a 14lbs, 6 a 10lbs)


Crew: 387


 


Drawings:


 


Y436L.jpg


TwJ9F.jpg


 


More drawings:


 


http://www.cuervas-mons.com/elpilarenglish.htm


 


Wooden model:


 


ECpDr.jpg


 


kLZxh.jpg


 


qeCdj.jpg


 


http://cuervas-mons.com/images/GaleriaNSPilar/index.htm


 


Thanks to  Mirones


 


 


 


 


WORK IN PROGRESS


 


 


From here on, You can write whatever you want, I just wanted to reserve some post for the rest of the classes ;)


Edited by D. Federico de Gravina y N
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Very nice. Posting here to find my way back to it in good time when you finished all entries. Good job sofar, I really enjoy it!

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Someone clearly got this from a book, but I didn't see it anywhere else on the forum, also, a better format from the Museum in Greenwich:

 

plano-navio-san-jose.jpg

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large.jpg

large.jpg

 

san+joseph.jpg

 

Ship figurehead:

 

mascaron-proa-san-jose.jpg

Edited by Haratik

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Someone clearly got this from a book, but I didn't see it anywhere else on the forum, also, a better format from the Museum in Greenwich:

 

plano-navio-san-jose.jpg

large.jpg

large.jpg

large.jpg

 

san+joseph.jpg

 

Ship figurehead:

 

mascaron-proa-san-jose.jpg

Thanks for the drawings, it is the San José, Purisima Concepción Class.

 

I will added your drawings

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