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Naseby (1655); Warship; 80-86 guns - National Maritime Museum

Naseby (1655); Warship; 80-86 guns - National Maritime Museum

Object ID SLR0001 Description Scale: 1:48. Navy Board skeleton model thought to be the 'Naseby' (1655), an 80-86 gun ship, three-decker ship of the line. The hull shape is typical of that of a 17th century warship with a fair amount of sheer and tumblehome. The model is partly decked, rigged and made plank on frame in the Navy Board style. The hull is unplanked below the waterline, and the framing system is typical of that of the Navy Board style, with floor timbers spanning the keel…

Object ID SLR0001 Description Scale: 1:48. Navy Board skeleton model thought to be the 'Naseby' (1655), an 80-86 gun ship, three-decker ship of the line. The hull shape is typical of that of a 17th century warship with a fair amount of sheer and tumblehome. The model is partly decked, rigged and made plank on frame in the Navy Board style. The hull is unplanked below the waterline, and the framing system is typical of that of the Navy Board style, with floor timbers spanning the keel…

Object ID SLR0001 Description Scale: 1:48. Navy Board skeleton model thought to be the 'Naseby' (1655), an 80-86 gun ship, three-decker ship of the line. The hull shape is typical of that of a 17th century warship with a fair amount of sheer and tumblehome. The model is partly decked, rigged and made plank on frame in the Navy Board style. The hull is unplanked below the waterline, and the framing system is typical of that of the Navy Board style, with floor timbers spanning the keel…

Object ID SLR0001 Description Scale: 1:48. Navy Board skeleton model thought to be the 'Naseby' (1655), an 80-86 gun ship, three-decker ship of the line. The hull shape is typical of that of a 17th century warship with a fair amount of sheer and tumblehome. The model is partly decked, rigged and made plank on frame in the Navy Board style. The hull is unplanked below the waterline, and the framing system is typical of that of the Navy Board style, with floor timbers spanning the keel…

Dutch Attack on the Medway: the 'Royal Charles' Carried into Dutch Waters, 12 June 1667, by Ludolf Backhuysen I ~ 1667, National Maritime Museum

Dutch Attack on the Medway: the 'Royal Charles' Carried into Dutch Waters, 12 June 1667, by Ludolf Backhuysen I ~ 1667, National Maritime Museum

Object ID	SLR0001 Description	Scale: 1:48. Navy Board skeleton model thought to be the 'Naseby' (1655), an 80-86 gun ship, three-decker ship of the line. The hull shape is typical of that of a 17th century warship with a fair amount of sheer and tumblehome. The model is partly decked, rigged and made plank on frame in the Navy Board style. The hull is unplanked below the waterline, and the framing system is typical of that of the Navy Board style, with floor timbers spanning the keel…

Object ID SLR0001 Description Scale: 1:48. Navy Board skeleton model thought to be the 'Naseby' (1655), an 80-86 gun ship, three-decker ship of the line. The hull shape is typical of that of a 17th century warship with a fair amount of sheer and tumblehome. The model is partly decked, rigged and made plank on frame in the Navy Board style. The hull is unplanked below the waterline, and the framing system is typical of that of the Navy Board style, with floor timbers spanning the keel…

"Adventure Galley",  schip van William Kidd.

"Adventure Galley", schip van William Kidd.

Naseby (1655); Warship; 80-86 guns - National Maritime Museum

Naseby (1655); Warship; 80-86 guns - National Maritime Museum

1654 De Gouden Leeuw was het vlaggenschip van luitenant-admiraal Cornelis Tromp, de zoon van Maarten Tromp.  De Gouden Leeuw werd voor de Admiraliteit van Amsterdam gebouwd en het was een schip met twee dekken van kanonnen/kanons, maar heeft drie doorlopende dekken, met in totaal 82 kanonnen (in marine taal kanons), met de zwaarste kanonnen met het verste bereik op de onderste geschutsrij.

1654 De Gouden Leeuw was het vlaggenschip van luitenant-admiraal Cornelis Tromp, de zoon van Maarten Tromp. De Gouden Leeuw werd voor de Admiraliteit van Amsterdam gebouwd en het was een schip met twee dekken van kanonnen/kanons, maar heeft drie doorlopende dekken, met in totaal 82 kanonnen (in marine taal kanons), met de zwaarste kanonnen met het verste bereik op de onderste geschutsrij.

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Gerechtigheid 1742

Gerechtigheid 1742

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