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  1. HMS Monmouth (1796) HMS Monmouth was a 64 gun...

    HMS Monmouth (1796)

    HMS Monmouth was a 64 gun third rate ship of the line, built by Randall& Co. at Rotherhithe. Belmont was registered and named Monmouth on the 14th of July, 1795 and was...
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    Several texts state that Captains were overjoyed...

    Several texts state that Captains were overjoyed if they were averaging 7 kt.
    Rob.
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    Been there Dave, but not here. The old ship at...

    Been there Dave, but not here.
    The old ship at Upway.
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    Not the beer to go with a perfect storm Dave.

    Not the beer to go with a perfect storm Dave.
  5. My apologies to you Captain. It was in fact...

    My apologies to you Captain. It was in fact probably the coffee break that did it. I should not break for coffee in the middle of reading a Thread! G&t is innocent!
    Rob.
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    Here is the 1799 mat. Does that do it or shall I...

    Here is the 1799 mat. Does that do it or shall I make further mods?
    Rob.
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    Modified to fit your stats for the 1810 ship...

    Modified to fit your stats for the 1810 ship better. I will now do an early version for the back of the mat.
    Rob.
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    :salute: Sorry DB. Just treating you with the...

    :salute: Sorry DB. Just treating you with the respect that your new exalted position deserves from a mere secretary to the Navy Board.
    I remain your very humble and wheedling servant (Uriah Heap.) ...
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    Thanks for this comprehensive look at the...

    Thanks for this comprehensive look at the posibilities for this group of ships. I can't help but think that your approach is correct. Ares are far more likely to listen if we propose something with...
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    Veer 7 it will be then sir. Rob.

    Veer 7 it will be then sir.
    Rob.
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    Here is my first try out DB. Does this fit with...

    Here is my first try out DB. Does this fit with your criteria?

    Rob.
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    Luckington

    Luckington
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    Thanks again for the extra info. I will take it...

    Thanks again for the extra info. I will take it on board.
    Rob.
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    Thanks very much for the rapid response. I was...

    Thanks very much for the rapid response. I was hoping that Essex was a probable, and you have come up trumps again.
    Rob.
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    Now thinking of my November workbench DB. Do you...

    Now thinking of my November workbench DB. Do you have a suggestion for an Ares ship that would do for one of the smaller US Frigates. Something that would not need a lot of alteration as I have a lot...
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    HMS Ardent (1796)

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    Ardent off Lowestoft on 16 October 1797. Note the Jury rigged sails.

    HMS Ardent was a 64 gun third rate ship...
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    North Devon.

    North Devon.
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    As we say Peter, it is the fun of the game which...

    As we say Peter, it is the fun of the game which is paramount, and Andrea does not mind us altering the rules to suit ourselves. Feel free to alter rules pick and choose what you will from those...
  21. HMS Agincourt (1796) HMS Agincourt was a 64...

    HMS Agincourt (1796)

    HMS Agincourt was a 64 gun third rate ship of the line, built by Perry and Co. at Blackwall Yard. Registered and named Earl Talbot in 1795 she was launched on the 23rd of...
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    Just done the cards for my Gunboats and Galleys,...

    Just done the cards for my Gunboats and Galleys, and discovered that thanks to KR Multicases I don't need to cut out the jigsaw tabs to join up the ship mats. I can just leave them in one piece.
    Rob.
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    The Ship Inn Newnham upon Severn.

    The Ship Inn Newnham upon Severn.
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    Yes Gary. It certainly got us talking about...

    Yes Gary. It certainly got us talking about turning circles and collisions.

    Rob.
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