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Captains. We need to fill 3 gaps in the ship line up. Please propose ships for the consideration.  Requirements in broadside guns Light frigates 32-36 guns (we have no ships in this rang

For Dutch, The Vrijheid 74 gun   The 7 Provinciën 74 gun Prins Friso 50 gun The Leeuwenhorst/Edam 56 gun   slighty lower gun count but unkown 30 gun  

Le Redoutable, the ship that fought the HMS Victory at Trafalgar and almost boarded it, also the ship that "killed" Nelson. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_ship_Redoutable_(1791) More than 100

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2 hours ago, hiclipucli said:

sorry, i know she is not in the list but looking incredible ! :)

Bonhomme Richard

Plans and info there : http://forum.game-labs.net/topic/13962-xviii-cent-fluyts-of-the-french-east-india-company-with-plans/?do=findComment&comment=256897

 

@LatoucheTréville time for suggestion is over, as far as I know. Poll here : http://forum.game-labs.net/topic/22603-player-selected-ships-2017-initial-poll/

She would be a nice addition in a dedicated thread here : http://forum.game-labs.net/forum/79-ships-of-the-line/

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The Bonhomme Richard is an old ship of the East India Company. They are not reputed for their speed!
In addition, it is weighed down by additional artillery and by raising the poop.

I do not think it's very efficient. But it is very beautiful vessel!

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1 hour ago, Surcouf said:

The Bonhomme Richard is an old ship of the East India Company. They are not reputed for their speed!
In addition, it is weighed down by additional artillery and by raising the poop.

I do not think it's very efficient. But it is very beautiful vessel!

i just post how beauty is she .

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 Montañés

In 1795 she fought a French force of 8 ships of the line (including one three-decker) and 2 frigates single-handed in the bay of San Feliu de Guíxols.

With 2400 copper plates on her hull, she was much faster than other ships of the same era, reaching 14 (rather than the average 10) knots downwind and 10 (rather than 8) knots upwind.

Simply - Bad ass!

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12 hours ago, George Washington said:

 Montañés

In 1795 she fought a French force of 8 ships of the line (including one three-decker) and 2 frigates single-handed in the bay of San Feliu de Guíxols.

With 2400 copper plates on her hull, she was much faster than other ships of the same era, reaching 14 (rather than the average 10) knots downwind and 10 (rather than 8) knots upwind.

Simply - Bad ass!

 

9 hours ago, Surcouf said:

They are nil these Frenchmen! :lol:

Do you have the names of French ships?

Threedecks says :'1795/03/30Off Cape San Sebastian, action versus 8 french SoL & 2 frigates." https://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=2708

Wiki says : 'À la fin du mois de mars, le vaisseau rencontre, au sud du cap San Sebastian une division française forte de huit vaisseaux de ligne et de deux frégates3. Profitant de sa vitesse, le Montañés parvient à se réfugier dans le port de San Feliú de Guixols et y affronte les assauts français3. Après avoir tiré environ 1 100 coups de canons, le Montañés repousse la division française au prix de pertes minimes3.'  https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Montañés_(1794)#Rodr.C3.ADguez_Gonzalez2013

Article : Agustín Ramón Rodríguez Gonzalez« Dos combates afortunados en circunstancias desperedas »Revista General de Marina,‎ juin 2013 (lire en ligne [archive])

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On 16-10-2017 at 7:07 PM, Sea Archer said:

Why is everybody so keen on sailing 74s? Ain't the frigates the vessels promising the interesting battles?

 

well a rear admiral does not fit so easily in a frigate 

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On 2/6/2018 at 4:48 PM, Arvenski said:

You're a few months too late, dude. :P

I don't care.. :P 

I would like to see the Danish-Norwegian Line ship - Norge (1801) 74 cannons, captured by GB in 1807.

I know nothing about ships, but I found this ship thanks to springby's post.
I only found some basic info about history and armament, but no ship plans.. :(

https://milhist.dk/life-steen-bille-hohlenberg-norge-norges-sea-trials-danmark/

https://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=5577

 

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21 hours ago, Malachi said:

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Wouldn´t mind seeing this ship ingame...definitely something different.

One sentence on the article: the author is correct by questioning Bille´s statement about the 'unprecedented' height of the lower battery of 6'. Hohlenberg´s friend and predecessor at the post of fabrikmester, Andreas Gerner, built ships of the line with a similiar freeboard. As did Hohlenberg´s other mentor, af Chapman (e.g. 7' 4'' for the Kronprins Gustav -class).

Malachi posted this in another thread.

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