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Uh, what happened to the title?

 

The title was changed because it could be interpreted as if the list in this topic would be the next poll, while in fact it is 'merely' a list of all the ships for which plans available, posted in the Shipyard section so far.

 

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The only thing I'd recommend changing would be some of the links in the Excel file, specifically the links to threads containing multiple ships, like the 2nd Rate thread. I noticed that you posted the links to the pages that the ships in those kind of threads were mentioned on, but since Goodness knows how many ships can be posted in a single page, I'd recommend posting links to the individual posts where the ships are mentioned.

 

So, instead of this, for HMS Atlas...

http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/2425-ship-request-2nd-rate/

 

Your link would be like this:

http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/2425-ship-request-2nd-rate/#entry49976

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Royal crown of Sweden

 

kronan9_kompr.jpg

 

Type: Ship of the line Displacement: 2,300 tonnes (approximate) Length: 53 m (174 ft) Beam: 12.9 m (42 ft) Height: 66 m (217 ft, keel to mast) Draft: 6.2–6.8 m (20–22 ft) Sail plan: ship rig Troops: 300 soldiers Complement: 500 sailors Armament: Planned for 126 guns from 6 to 36 pounds
Actual armament around 110 guns

 

I do not see any plans, images like that are useless for 3d modeling. Try to post blueprints only. 

 

You can find a crude blueprint here, however its not port or starboard shot and has no sail plan.

http://www2.kalmarlansmuseum.se/1/1.0.1.0/423/1/?item=art_art-s1/1641

 

I've done plenty of research on the dedicated thread here.

http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/2482-regalskeppet-kronan/

 

My research has mostely concluded that this ships Blueprints no longer exist. (Atleast outside what the museum is showing us, i've contacted them a month ago and heard nothing back)

Tho, there is enough info floating around that you might be able to draft some blueprints if you where a good artist.

 

Kronan%20Back%20Decoration_zpsddhjlddg.j

 

I was able to get this image of her stern tho, she has a rather pretty rear end if I do say so.

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You can find a crude blueprint here, however its not port or starboard shot and has no sail plan.

http://www2.kalmarlansmuseum.se/1/1.0.1.0/423/1/?item=art_art-s1/1641

 

I've done plenty of research on the dedicated thread here.

http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/2482-regalskeppet-kronan/

 

My research has mostely concluded that this ships Blueprints no longer exist. (Atleast outside what the museum is showing us, i've contacted them a month ago and heard nothing back)

Tho, there is enough info floating around that you might be able to draft some blueprints if you where a good artist.

 

Kronan%20Back%20Decoration_zpsddhjlddg.j

 

I was able to get this image of her stern tho, she has a rather pretty rear end if I do say so.

Unfortunately, this is not enough to model a ship. 

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For building a ship you need not only accurate plans but high resolution plans. (as high as possible obviously)

I see this myself when I tried to get good ones for the "swan class" ships.

They all are more or less okay-ish but not enough to be able to keep on plan accurate.

I had to make lots of compromise to make the ship look like a ship..

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Italy was first unified in 1861, however, a Napoleonic Italy did exist, but it was a French client state and only existed 1805-1814. So I think that those ships might be from Piedmont, Naples or some other Italian state.

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http://koti.mbnet.fi/felipe/html/konung_karl_1694.html

 

Konung Karl or Carolus XI 1694 was Swedish Biggest ship in 17th. century, when built she carried 108 guns
(10-36, 22-24, 30-18, 28-8, 18-4 pdr.), which weight 288 t. in alltogether.
Konung Karl carried 90-120 guns in his carrieer, which last until 1771 !!!.
The ship dimension were 180x47x23 ft. (53,44x13,95x6,83 m), and displacement c.2700 t.
Crew was 850 men. Konung Karl condemned 1771.

konung_karl.jpg

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Regalskeppet Kronan or Stora Kronan.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kronan_(ship)

 

300px-Stora_Kronan.jpeg

Reconstruction by Jacob Hägg, 1909

Career (Sweden) 70px-Naval_Ensign_of_Sweden.svg.png Name: Kronan Namesake: Royal crown of Sweden Builder: Francis Sheldon, Stockholm Laid down: October 1665 Launched: 31 July 1668 Commissioned: 1672 Fate: Sunk at the Battle of Öland, 1 June 1676 General characteristics Type: Ship of the line Displacement: 2,300 tonnes (approximate) Length: 53 m (174 ft) Beam: 12.9 m (42 ft) Height: 66 m (217 ft, keel to mast) Draft: 6.2–6.8 m (20–22 ft) Sail plan: ship rig Troops: 300 soldiers Complement: 500 sailors Armament: Planned for 126 guns from 6 to 36 pounds
Actual armament around 110 guns

 

1024px-Structural_diagram_of_Kronan_ship

 

Kronan_schiffsmodell.jpg

 

 

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Pontus-SWED

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That Kronan is one ugly ship. 

 

 

And people were saying that in the San Felipe thread that San Felipe looked ugly. Kronan there makes San Felipe look downright graceful by comparison. 

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Are national ships going to be exclusive to their country of origin for Open World?

 

No, ships will be for all.

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I would not worry m8......as alot of my countries powerhouse of a navy consisted of numerous captured enemy ships esp French,Danish,Dutch and Spanish.The French ships where highly priced because of their lines,speed and handling.....

I assume that once the game expands players maybe able to pick enemy ships assuming they were captured prices?


 

I understand England was a naval powerhouse but please show a little love to us upstart yanks and add a few higher rates. French are kinda skinny too in there list. I appreciate the priority for date req's and if a ship saw action however I dont want it to be a game of lets log into and play British Naval Action.

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The USS Boston that you have planned is probably not the 1776 version, which was just a gundalow.  The 1777 USS Boston was a 24 gun frigate, and the 1799 version was a 32 gun frigate.  

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Sweden and Germany have very little ships :(

 

Royal crown of Sweden

 

kronan9_kompr.jpg

 

Type: Ship of the line Displacement: 2,300 tonnes (approximate) Length: 53 m (174 ft) Beam: 12.9 m (42 ft) Height: 66 m (217 ft, keel to mast) Draft: 6.2–6.8 m (20–22 ft) Sail plan: ship rig Troops: 300 soldiers Complement: 500 sailors Armament: Planned for 126 guns from 6 to 36 pounds
Actual armament around 110 guns

 

Jesus, is that ship within the timeline? I would love to see it in-game.

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Sweden and Germany have very little ships :(

 

 

Jesus, is that ship within the timeline? I would love to see it in-game.

Laid down: October 1665 Launched: 31 July 1668 Commissioned: 1672 Fate: Sunk at the Battle of Öland, 1 June 1676

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Sweden and Germany have very little ships :(

 

 

Jesus, is that ship within the timeline? I would love to see it in-game.

s-mhalt-schiffe.jpg

leopoldus primus gota love that plan

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Actually Sweden had alot of ships but the problem is that for some reason Swedish museums have not uploaded plans for ships or you have to be a member of the museum to see the blueprints

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