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About TexaS
First Name:
Jonas
Country Flag:
Sweden
State/Province:
Linköping
Navy:
United Kingdom
Ship Size:
3rd Rate (64-80 guns, 2 deckers)

Statistics


Total Log Entries
Total Log Entries
2,638
Log Entries Per Day
1.97
Last Log Entry
Nugget Checking In.... 09-20-2018 00:38
Albums
Total Albums
5
Total Photos
580
General Information
Last Activity
Today 14:52
Join Date
01-20-2015
Referrals
0

17 Shipmates

  1. 7eat51 7eat51 is offline

    Former Admiral of the Fleet

    7eat51
  2. Bligh Bligh is online now

    Admiral of the Blue.

    Bligh
  3. Capn Duff Capn Duff is online now

    Captain of the Fleet

    Capn Duff
  4. Cmmdre Cmmdre is offline

    Cmmdre
  5. drapulv
  6. garchilajr
  7. Gunner Gunner is offline

    Gunner
  8. HMS Lydia
  9. KDz KDz is offline

    KDz
  10. Mabinogian
  11. Mahan Mahan is offline

    Mahan
  12. Mark Kaiser
  13. Redcoat
  14. spiessbuerger
  15. Tordenskjold
  16. Union Jack
  17. Wentworth
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Recent Entries

Febuary: A Matter of time

by TexaS on 02-23-2017 at 11:38
Johan Puke was wearing his big woolen coat with the large collar turned up. He was standing on the quarterdeck of his frigate HMS Venus somewhat protected by the poopdeck from the icy cold wind. Being armed with 26 guns of 24 skålpund and 14 of 6 skålpund giving her a broadside of 354 skålpund (332 lb) she could hit hard, her heavy guns being very powerful, but she was still great at sailing. Her maneauvrability and speed was comparable to much smaller frigates. The design had been made by Fredrik

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Updated 07-03-2018 at 02:32 by TexaS

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AAR Après la tempête, Action of 20 march 1798, off Diamond Point

by TexaS on 04-28-2016 at 13:46
The small British squadron, consisting of HMS Victory, HMS Superb and HMS Indefatigable, led by Admiral Croft, had been blown off station by hard weather, but the squadron had had time to prepare with hatch covers secured and top-gallant masts taken down on deck well before the high winds struck. As the winds had lessened considerately, the squadron, almost untouched, returned to their station against the wind, tack upon tack, with their masts restored.

Admiral Croft's dinners were

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AAR - April: Against the Wind - The hard lot of the Service

by TexaS on 08-11-2015 at 04:24




Commander Peter Harrington woke suddenly to a beating drum. The ship was beating to quarters. He had a new shirt and breaches on in moments and grabbed his vest as he headed to the quarterdeck barefooted, meeting the carpenters mate on his way to take down the bulwarks. He stepped out into the morning breeze and joined his first lieutenant Christopher Brandon on the quarterdeck. He handed him a glass as he

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AAR: Duty and Daring - Danger and Determination

by TexaS on 03-30-2015 at 02:25


Captain Frederick Wentworth had been lucky. He had managed to take Océan, a 120 gun, first rate ship of the line with his heavy frigate HMS Indefatigable. Sure, the battery he took with the extra detachment marines did lend him a most valuable hand, and the leeward shore had made the enemy vessels maneuvering very limited, but he had done it. He had done the impossible.

But now his luck had changed.

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Updated 06-24-2015 at 10:38 by TexaS

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AAR: Our ships were British oak, and hearts of oak our men - and nerves of iron.

by TexaS on 03-18-2015 at 07:03

The squadron

The signal "All captains come aboard" had been hoisted from the mizzen mast of the first rate ship of the line, HMS Queen Charlotte and a course of action had been decided and delegated. It was followed by a dinner that had reached the desserts. Commodore Croft, the host of the evening, turned to Harrington.
- "Your capture did save us a lot of trouble, Harrington! Now we have an idea of what the french is up

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Updated 04-23-2015 at 04:20 by TexaS

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Awards Showcase - 8 Medals - 30 Guns
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Name: Reputation 250
Award to members who have received 250 or more Reputation points from their peers.
Issue time: 01-18-2017 13:26
Issue reason: Award to members who have received 250 or more Reputation points from their peers.


Name: Top Monthly Poster - Gold
Awarded to the Sailor with the most posts in four months.
Issue time: 07-18-2016 10:41
Issue reason: Top Poster for Feb 2015.
Top Poster for Mar 2015.
Top Poster for Mar 2016.
Top Poster for Apr 2016.


Name: How to Article Gold
Awarded to those members who have written four or more articles for the How To section.
Issue time: 05-05-2018 10:28
Issue reason: Awarded to those members who have written four or more articles for the How To section.


Name: 250 Photos
Awarded to members who have uploaded at least 250 photos to their Albums.
Issue time: 08-08-2016 13:07
Issue reason: Awarded to members who have uploaded at least 250 photos to their Albums.


Name: Minor Con GM Medal - Europe
For Anchorage members who GM an approved, minor European convention SoG event.
Issue time: 05-21-2015 15:39
Issue reason: For Anchorage members who GM an approved, minor European convention SoG event.


Name: Donations up to $20
Awarded for those that donate between $11 and $20 to keep the site running.
Issue time: 05-20-2015 01:32
Issue reason: Donation in the amount of $15. Thank you very much!


Name: Anchorage Campaign Medal - Bronze
Awarded to members that have taken part in two of the various campaigns run on the site and have submitted at least 5 AARs for those campaigns.
Issue time: 04-10-2017 08:01
Issue reason: Awarded to members that have taken part in two of the various campaigns run on the site and have submitted at least 5 AARs for those campaigns.


Name: 3 Years of Service and 1500 Posts
Awarded to members for at least three years of service and 1500+ posts.
Issue time: 03-04-2018 15:47
Issue reason: Awarded to members for at least three years of service and 1500+ posts.