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I think for polish players will be good this ship:

 

Galeon Dragon, polish "Smok" maked for king Zygmunt August in 1571

 

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Galeon Dragon, polish "Smok" maked for king Zygmunt August in 1571

 

This is definitely outside of the time period for naval action.

 

~Brigand

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This is definitely outside of the time period for naval action.

 

~Brigand

 

Fact, its old but unfortunately for polish players Poland did not  has newer galleons and its only way for community.

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This is the dutch flagship between 1665-1694 it should surely be added to the game!!! 

It is an amazing ship!!!
Blueprint: http://www.the-blueprints.com/nl/vectordrawings/show/7335/de_zeven_provincien_(1665)/
Information for the  ship: http://www.snipview.com/q/Dutch_ship_De_Zeven_Provincien_(1665)/

its armed with 80 guns.

The other ship is the Batavia also from holland.

Those were my ideas

I hope you will add them inyour game!!!

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Ooh, I think I like the looks of her more than I like what I've seen of Christian VII. 

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Does anyone know where I should look for the plans for the French 110-gun 1st Rate Bretagne (1766) (she was later renamed Révolutionnaire)? I was going to make a thread for her, but I haven't been able to find the plans. 

 

Here's a picture of a model of her, if anyone's interested:

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Does anyone know where I should look for the plans for the French 110-gun 1st Rate Bretagne (1766) (she was later renamed Révolutionnaire)? I was going to make a thread for her, but I haven't been able to find the plans.

La Bretagne 1765-1796

By A. Grignard

Built In Breast

Launched in 1766

184' - 50' - 24'6''

30-gun of 36-pdr; 32-gun of 24-pdr; 32-gun of 12-pdr; 6-gun of 6-pdr

Total 116-gun

In 1777, La Bretagne undergoes a major remake of 2/3. Artillery is given a 110-gun.

Other name, le Révolutionnaire in 1793

Plans no longer exist.

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Have any of you ever seen actual plans for HMS Cerberus?

 

I think her waist is anachronistic but can't find any information on her anywhere.

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As-tu essayé de chercher sur le site du NMM of Greenwich ?

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A resource I've drawn upon in the past is this page, from the French Historical Service of Defense.  It includes well over a thousand high-res plans for a large number of ships and equipment.  It ranges from 1st rate lineships to small cutters, on through early sidewheel steam vessels and forward into WWI-era battleships; all primarily French, of course. 

 

http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?depth=1&hl=en&rurl=translate.google.com&tl=en&u=http://archive.is/Pu62&usg=ALkJrhjis22A4AKm12zXcyLRKvEjt3V1wg

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Yes, but they are late boat plans for our period, there are only a few that may interest us. moreover, it misses a number.

Note, all this plans are free.

It's not important that plans are in French, a drawing is international, and for information on the plans we had several to translate (not I, but the forum French speaking English very well)

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