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    Captain John Tremayne Rodd. 43978 ...

    Captain John Tremayne Rodd.

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    Vice-Admiral Sir John Tremayne Rodd, KCB (c. 1769 – 4 October 1838) was an officer of the Royal Navy noted for his services during the Napoleonic...
  2. Thread: Humor of the Sea

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    43976 Barking.

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    Barking.
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    Sticky: I have now opened this thread as a platform for...

    I have now opened this thread as a platform for any comments on Ares ship sightings data.
    Rob.
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    French fleet. Allemand's...

    French fleet.






    Allemand's fleet
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    British fleet. Inshore Squadron. ...

    British fleet.
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    Inshore squadron
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    The Battle of the Basque Roads

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    Also known as the Battle of Aix Roads (French: Bataille de l'īle d'Aix, also Affaire des brūlots, rarely Bataille de la rade des Basques), was a major naval battle of the Napoleonic Wars,...
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    Cut and run.

    In my quest for information on the HEIC I cane across this novel by Alric Bond which covers some part of the voyage of an East Indiamen from England as far as Gib. The most interesting part is the...
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    43960 Captain Cook Lincoln.

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    Captain Cook Lincoln.
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    Just thought it was stupid continuing with your...

    Just thought it was stupid continuing with your next card move and sail setting as if nothing had happened. I am also looking at a way for the ship with the wind gauge to slide along the other ship...
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    I will certainly look forward to the next installment Dobbs.
    Thanks for the commentary thus far.
    Rob.
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    HMS Medusa. 43951 She was a 32-gun 5th rate...

    HMS Medusa.

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    She was a 32-gun 5th rate frigate of the Royal Navy that served in the Napoleonic Wars. Launched on 14 April 1801, she took part in the Action of 5 October 1804 against a...
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    Sticky: This evening we also have a new shipmate from the...

    This evening we also have a new shipmate from the USA. He is Andy, aka Freebird52 from Louisiana.

    Rob.
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    Been trying this system out in a limited way...

    Been trying this system out in a limited way Dobbs, and like the extra degree of realism that it portrays.
    Am also using it where ships have been entangled, or in collision with no way on them....
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    No need with our system Dave. We have the smoke...

    No need with our system Dave.
    We have the smoke markers from the anchorage for each ship. White with the smoke curls in black, soon to have slight flame added on the fire side. If you don't place...
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    43944 Captain Cook Middlesbrough.

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    Captain Cook Middlesbrough.
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    Dead right Jonas, sea, salt, wind and Sun. Wear...

    Dead right Jonas, sea, salt, wind and Sun. Wear and tear wait for no man as I know only too well.
    Rob.
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