Black Seas

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Black Seas USS Essex
Black Seas USS Essex
As HMS Essex, she was reclassed as a 42-gun ship, serving as a troopship in 1819, and hulked in 1823 to serve as a prison ship in Cork initially, and Kingstown from 1824 until 1834.
Spanish Navy 1 st Rate
Spanish Navy 1 st Rate
First-rate ships of the line are the ultimate vessel in Black Seas. These ships pack a tremendous punch and can take quite the pummelling.
Santisima Trinidad
Santisima Trinidad
The Santisima Trinidad (officially named Nuestra Señora de la Santísima Trinidad) was a Spanish first-rate ship of the line. At launch in 1769, she had 112 guns, though this number gradually increased.
French Navy 1st Rate
French Navy 1st Rate
1st Rate ships of the line were extremely large and powerful and were a true display of a Navy's power. They were, however, expensive to operate, so their service use was limited in times of peace. In the carronade era, a 1st Rate ship-of-the-line was defined as mounting no less than 100 guns.
Black seas - Terrors of the deep
Black seas - Terrors of the deep
Sailors have swapped stories of the horrors that inhabit the seas for centuries, creating legends of monsters that come up from the murky depths to drag whole ships down to Davy Jones’ Locker.
Royal Navy 1st Rate
Royal Navy 1st Rate
A Royal Navy 1st rate is a particularly dangerous foe in Black Seas, especially true when using the National Special Rules.
HMS Royal saverign
HMS Royal saverign
HMS Royal Sovereign was a 1st Rate Ship-of-the-Line of the Royal Navy, bearing 100 guns. She was launched from Plymouth Dockyard in 1786 and developed somewhat of a poor reputation from her crew, supposedly dubbed "West Country Wagon" owing to poor manoeuvrability and speed.
HMS Victory Black Seas
HMS Victory Black Seas
HMS Victory was a terrible and awe-inspiring sight to both enemies and allies. It has become one of the most famous ships in the world and is still in commission in the Royal Navy to this day; as of 2019 a total of 241 years of service.
Gunboat Squadron
Gunboat Squadron
A gunboat squadron is like a gnat in comparison to the larger ships-of-the-line.
Black Seas Merchant Vessels
Black Seas Merchant Vessels
Merchant vessels were not designed for combat. They were slow lumbering vessels designed to have a large capacity for transporting goods but at the sacrifice of manoeuvrability.
Black Seas Schooners
Black Seas Schooners
Schooners are two-masted vessels with both masts having loose footed sails rigged on gaff and two or more headsails (staysails rigged in front of the fore mast).
US Navy starter set for black seas
US Navy starter set for black seas
The Naval Act of 1794 established a permanent standing navy on 27 March 1794, in the US. Prior to this, a US Naval military presence had been left wanting for 10 years. By October 1797, the first three of six frigates launched; the USS United States, USS Constellation, and USS Constitution.
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