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12-gun, unknown, 1760(merchant)

14-gun, unknown, 1780(merchant)

16-gun, unknown, 1750(merchant)

36-gun, Jason, 1772

36-gun, 't Hof van St. Janskerke, 1733

44-gun, unknown, 1807

46-gun, unknown, 1760

68-gun, Neptunus, 1798

80-gun, De Leeuw, 1804

82-gun, unknown, 1800

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22-gun, unknown, 1781

56-gun, Twickel, 1726 (missing hull-lines, retrievable from similar ships)

62-gun, Rhijn, 1812

68-gun, Pieter Paulus, 1797

78-gun, De Maas, 1728 (missing hull-lines, retrievable from similar ships)

80-gun, Wreker, 1797

 

Alright, all the new ships are in my 3rd post.

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7-gun, Crocodil, 1799

7-gun, Haai, 1801

12-gun, Gier, 1794

12-gun, Pegasus, 1799

12-gun, William, 1799

14-gun, Gier, 1796

16-gun, Comeet, 1791

16-gun, Galathe, 1795

 

Alright, all the new ships are in my 3rd post

+1. Do you know the type of the rigs of the 12 to 20+ gun ships of this topic ? Are there brigantines or only shooners and brigs ?

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24-gun, Mars, 1781   (1781 Orestes)

32-gun, Mars, 1769   (1781 Mars)

40-gun, Alliantie, 1788 (1795 Alliance)

52-gun, Prinses Carolina, 1748   (1780 Princes Carolina)

52-gun, Rotterdam, 1761   (1781 Rotterdam)

66-gun, Hercules, 1781   (1797 Delft)

68-gun, Mars, 1763  (1781 Prins Edward)

68-gun, Prins Frederik, 1779   (1796 Prince Frederick)

 

NOTE:

The plans listed above are dutch-build ships that have been captured by the british.

The plans therefore represent dutch design, yet in some cases(Rotterdam, stern decoration) show changes made by the brits.

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24-gun, Mars, 1781   (1781 Orestes)

 

Very interesting ship with an interesting history.  Along with sister ship Hercules, her captor described her "perfectly new, and alike; sail as fast as the Artois, and are the completest privateers I ever saw."

 

I think she must go to suggestion thread. :)

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I recently found a site that would help with researching ships.  It says when a ship was in service, what admiralty it belongs to, its fate (when possible, this category mentions the number of crew), guns, and dimensions.

 

Note:  To get to the information, select the ship classification at the top of the page.

Site: http://koti.mbnet.fi/felipe/html/netherland.html

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I recently found a site that would help with researching ships.  It says when a ship was in service, what admiralty it belongs to, its fate (when possible, this category mentions the number of crew), guns, and dimensions.

 

Note:  To get to the information, select the ship classification at the top of the page.

Site: http://koti.mbnet.fi/felipe/html/netherland.html

I have been on that site, it msot definetly a good one.

The main sources that site uses are the same ones that http://threedecks.org/uses.

 

If you are not familiar with threedeck, it's basicly mbnet, only for all nearly western nations.

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80-gun, Vrijheid, 1667

RWNuoCH.jpg

Link:

http://i.imgur.com/RWNuoCH.jpg

 

 

 

I've got a problem with the above ship. I just can't believe that it was built in 1667, except it had experienced a massive rebuild sometime during the 18th century. Clearly, the lines and design of this ship are everything but 1667 nor are they, in my opinion, as late as 1782. To me, this ship looks as if it were built in the 1st half to mid-18th century (1760s or 1770s at the latest...). Could you check that again, please?

 

 

Here another Dutch ship-of-the-line for the collection. The Stadt en Lande, 74 guns, built 1781-1782 at Harlingen. The plan is dated 1790 (from L. Kamminga, Schepen van de Friese Admiraliteit, 1973, inset p.56; the size of the inset required two scans, sorry about that):

 

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Can be seen here as well:

 

http://www.maritiemdigitaal.nl/index.cfm?event=search.getdetail&id=102014482

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I've got a problem with the above ship. I just can't believe that it was built in 1667, except it had experienced a massive rebuilt sometime during the 18th century. Clearly, the lines and design of this ship are everything but 1667 nor are they, in my opinion, as late as 1782. To me, this ship looks as if it were built in the 1st half to mid-18th century (1760s or 1770s at the latest...). Could you check that again, please?

 

 

Here another Dutch ship-of-the-line for the collection. The Stadt en Lande, 74 guns, built 1781-1782 at Harlingen. The plan is dated 1790 (from L. Kamminga, Schepen van de Friese Admiraliteit, 1973, inset p.56; the size of the inset required two scans, sorry about that):

 

attachicon.gifStadt en Lande, 74 guns, 1781-2, plan 1790-1.jpegattachicon.gifStadt en Lande, 74 guns, 1781-2, plan 1790-2.jpeg

 

Can be seen here as well:

 

http://www.maritiemdigitaal.nl/index.cfm?event=search.getdetail&id=102014482

Correct.

Right discription, just the wrong image attached to it.

 

-Removed until fixed.

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Steel, researching a ship and wondering if there is any visual information on her:

Dutch 44-gun razee frigate Mars. She was laid down as 64-68 Zevenvolden in 1783, but renamed Mars and completed as a razee in 1795. She was present in the line of battle at Camperdown, captured, and became floating battery HMS Vleiter.

Dutch armament:

Upperdeck - 26x Dutch 30 pdr (equivalent to British 32 pdr)

QD/FC - 18x Dutch 18 pdr

http://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=947

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