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Last year it was a seperate thread, wasn't it.

I think it was way better structured and more user friendly. It was like this when I recall correctly:

1st Proposals

2nd Initial poll

3rd Final poll

We already have Mercury btw...

Yeah we do. We will gather data here. 

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This list includes ship names and plans sorted by country. Use attached links to find ship plans. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------     Drop-box link

Swedish Wasa 60 gun (not the fail one the later one)   Armament was 26x24, 26x18, 8x6 pdr., and crew 490.    http://koti.mbnet.fi/felipe/html/wasa_1778.html  

I'm planning to visit the  Swedish Maritime museum in the next couple of weeks. I spoke with them earlier and they will help me check the microfilm archives for blueprints. There is still alot of doc

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can i ask why hms beagle is listed as........ 1832 unrated trade ship!

Beagle was launched in 1820 and was a Cherokee class 10 gun brig of war (aka coffin brig).... she was latter converted to a research vessel. but never a trade ship...

 

more than 100 Cherokee brigs were built making them one of if not the largest class of WAR ships ever built.

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can i ask why hms beagle is listed as........ 1832 unrated trade ship!

Beagle was launched in 1820 and was a Cherokee class 10 gun brig of war (aka coffin brig).... she was latter converted to a research vessel. but never a trade ship...

 

more than 100 Cherokee brigs were built making them one of if not the largest class of WAR ships ever built.

 

However, she's correctly listed in my post : http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/7468-exploration-ships-1680-1820/?p=140756

 

HMS Beagle

British  6-10 gun, 1820

Cherokee-class Brig-Sloop, then refitted as a Brig (barque) in 1825.

 

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http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3597/3348740075_dfaf3c769d_b.jpg

 

Her voyages

She took part in three expeditions (1826-1843). On the second survey voyage the young naturalist Charles Darwin was on board, and his work made Beagle one of the most famous ships in history.

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Plans, sources, pics

http://forum.game-labs.net/index.php?/topic/4728-hms-beagle-with-plans/

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3597/3348740075_dfaf3c769d_b.jpg

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/9/94/PSM_V57_D097_Hms_beagle_in_the_straits_of_magellan.png

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/22/HMS_Beagle_by_Conrad_Martens.jpg

https://smallnotes.library.virginia.edu/files/2013/06/Darwin_Mount-Sarmiento.jpg

https://smallnotes.library.virginia.edu/files/2015/01/Terra-del-Fuego.jpg

http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=3255

 

Thanks Surcouf for your help !

 

 

I know, I know, that's a snotty advertising  :D.

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Hi there;

I have a general question and not sure where this would go.

First of all, I was approached by someone from this site on modelshipworld.com asking if I had plans of Dutch ships.  I built mostly Dutch yachts (Staten, War, Prinsen, Heren and Paveljoen yachts).  As well as a variety of 17th century merchant ships.  Recent book from Seawatch books on merchant ships http://www.seawatchbooks.com/114003

 

Over the years I have collected a huge amount of plans of Aken to Zompen and everything in between.  Most of what I have is from merchant ships. The other plans are from war ships and VOC ships.  All types.  Most of the plans have Outboard profile, Water lines, Body plan, Hull lines and Frames which is important for the scratch builder.

 

Books with plans I have are from Chapman

Plan du bateau-Min. of Def. in French. 

Edmond Paris, Souvenirs de Marine in German. 

E. van Konijnenburg Shipbuilding from its beginning, 3 volumes 1895-1905

 

So to all what types of ships do you want?

Depending on what is requested and I can probably create a list if need to. 

If there is a need for Dutch merchant ships, the easiest way for me would be to upload everything I have.

 

All input is appreciated.

 

Thank you.

Marcus

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Dear Wind:

 

In the Spanish list, you've written "Montañes 1812". She was launched on 1792.

As a piece of History, she was the last 74 class built in Europe.

 

 

Regards

This will be fixed. Thanks. 

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Mirones you link another ship. Not the one I mean. Other date, different ships.

 

I trust this source 100% since its a dissertation with reputation.

 

I could not find any data on the ship I found. It may very well be the case she had a unrearkable career and noone bothered writing about her.

threedecks.org gives the right ammount of guns and crew btw.

She was indeed a 50 gun ship.

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Mirones you link another ship. Not the one I mean. Other date, different ships.

 

I trust this source 100% since its a dissertation with reputation.

 

I could not find any data on the ship I found. It may very well be the case she had a unrearkable career and noone bothered writing about her.

threedecks.org gives the right ammount of guns and crew btw.

She was indeed a 50 gun ship.

You have her dated 1789 rather than 1798 in your post.

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that made the diffrence using the wrong year 

you should allways double check that.

since no much information is given on her its save to asume she is part of the Portland-class

 

hull lines of Bristol

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and Leopard

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Hii guys! I have been playing naval action for several months now =D, and i really really like it. Bat i would like to see some more Dutch ships. Like the Batavia. Please add this ship to the list.post-22558-0-81361600-1461336021_thumb.jpgpost-22558-0-97656400-1461336030_thumb.jpg

 

- Length in total: 56,6 m

 

-Width: 10,50 m

 

-Sails: 1180 sq.m.

 

-Cannons: 24 

 

-Crew: 341

 

Thanks, GreatTimo, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batavia_(ship) 

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