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'Proposed' Spanish Kickstarter Pack (With Plans)

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We all know soon enough Devs are going to post details about Kickstarter packs. So, here is one small collection for all Spanish Fans who in future will be able to fund these projects on Kickstarter. Enjoy. 

P.S. feel free to suggest other candidates. 

18 Guns Privateer 

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18 Guns Privateer 

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22 Guns Frigate

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22 Guns Frigate 

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22 Guns Frigate 

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34 Guns Frigate 1788 (NUESTRA SENORA DE LA SOLEDAD)

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36 Guns Frigate 1779 (SANTA MARGARITA)

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36 Guns Frigate 1796 (AMFITRITE)

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50 Guns Frigate 1797

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50 Guns 4th Rate

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54 Guns 4th Rate 

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64 Guns 4th Rate

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64 Guns 4th Rate (San Fernando)

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64 Guns 4th Rate (Africa)

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70 Guns 3rd Rate (Glorioso 1740)

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74 Guns 3rd Rate (MONTANES)

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74 Guns 3rd Rate (San Damaso)

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80 Guns 2nd Rate (Fenix 1749)

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80 Guns 2nd Rate 1795 (NEPTUNO)

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100 Guns 1st Rate

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110 Guns 1st Rate (Santa Ana)

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112 Guns 1st Rate

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112 Guns 1st Rate (PRÍNCIPE DE ASTURIAS 1794)

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112 Guns 1st Rate 1779 (Purísima Concepción)

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Descubierta 

1789, Spanish 16 to 26-gun Corvette

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The Descubierta and Atrevida were twin corvettes of the Spanish Navy, custom-designed as identical special exploration and scientific research vessels. Both ships were built at the same time for the Malaspina Expedition, a five-year maritime scientific exploration. The two vessels sailed from Spain to the Pacific Ocean, conducting a thorough examination of the internal politics of the American Spanish Empire and the Philippines. The military version of the Descubierta carried 26 guns. Pictures / 3-Decks / Wiki

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Here you have the list of all ships Spain had during the 18th century:

https://www.todoababor.es/listado/

A lot of ships and multiple choices there. From 50 to 140 (Santísima) they can choose the amount of guns they want.

My favourites:

- Santa Ana (112)

-Montañés (we have real plans of this ship) and San Juan Nepomuceno (74)

-Glorioso (70) google this one and see why  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Voyage_of_the_Glorioso

 

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Nice collection of plans you have here Ned Loe. Thank you.

It would be great to have those

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On 06.04.2017 at 7:46 PM, Ned Loe said:

 

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112 Guns 1st Rate

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The man who  the signed drawing in red letters, does not understand the question. How could ships of different series and different in appearance to present in a single drawing??? 

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3 hours ago, SlavaPrizrak85 said:

The man who  the signed drawing in red letters, does not understand the question. How could ships of different series and different in appearance to present in a single drawing??? 

Those are plans for 112 guns ships of the line. Spain had several and they were built based on the same plan. It's known as ships of a certain class

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5 hours ago, _Alucard_ said:

Those are plans for 112 guns ships of the line. Spain had several and they were built based on the same plan. It's known as ships of a certain class

 In the drawing it is written "these included the Purísima Concepción; San Jose (1783); Santa Ana;  Salvador del Mundo (1787) and Reina Luisa"

 

Purísima Concepción 

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San Jose (1783)

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Santa Ana

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Salvador del Mundo (1787)

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Reina Luisa

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1 hour ago, SlavaPrizrak85 said:

 In the drawing it is written "these included the Purísima Concepción; San Jose (1783); Santa Ana;  Salvador del Mundo (1787) and Reina Luisa

Yes, the Purísima Concepción was a 112 guns ship of the line, designed based on the Gautier system. Based on the Purísima Concepción, Romero Landa (Spanish shipbuilder) built the Santa Ana (another 112 guns 1st rate) improving some of the Gautier system defects, and the Santa Ana was the first of 8 112 guns ships (brothers) called "los Meregildos".

They were: 

1- Santa Ana- Ferrol 1784

2- Mejicano - La Habana 1786

3- Conde de Regla - La Habana 1786

4- Salvador del Mundo - Ferrol 1787

5- Real Carlos - La Habana 1787

6- San Hermenegildo - La Habana 1789

7- Reina Luisa - Ferrol 1791

8- Príncipe de Asturias - La Habana 1794

All of the ships designed by Romero Landa were known as excellent sailors, with great manoeuvrability, a lot of room on their decks, great power of fire and among the best ships built in Europe. In fact, in the maiden voyage of Santa Ana her captain wrote: "she can turn against the wind only with the rudder or with sails, but she doesn't need both, she goes smoothly even with bad wind or bad sea"

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Oh, I realized what you mean. Yes, the Purísima Concepción and San José were designed based on the Gautier system and the others were designed based on Romero Landa system. That's a mistake, yes.

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11 hours ago, _Alucard_ said:

Oh, I realized what you mean. Yes, the Purísima Concepción and San José were designed based on the Gautier system and the others were designed based on Romero Landa system. That's a mistake, yes.

All right. Even if the comparison of the ships systems Romero Landa have significant differences. For example drawings of San Hermenegildo (La Habana); Salvador del Mundo (Ferrol); Reina Luisa (Ferrol). We use different wood in the construction. Different shipyards had different materials and craftsmen.  Also when building a new ship, take into account the design mistakes of the previous one.  thank you.

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