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  1. Thread: Humor of the Sea

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    Battle Instructions. For the 11th of April. ...

    Battle Instructions.

    For the 11th of April.

    1. Explosion ship to sail up to the harbour boom, come to rest against it and detonate. Points awarded for success of explosion, and recovery of the...
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    HMS Revenge (1805) 45771 HMS Revenge at...

    HMS Revenge (1805)

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    HMS Revenge at Gosport

    HMS Revenge was a 74-gun third-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 13 April 1805. Sir John Henslow designed her as one of...
  4. Thread: Humor of the Sea

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    45769 Bridlington.

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    Bridlington.
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  7. Good find Dave. Quite a few good ships at very...

    Good find Dave. Quite a few good ships at very reasonable prices there.
    Rob.
  8. This is Amazon's best price for this one Sven. ...

    This is Amazon's best price for this one Sven.

    Sails of Glory Napoleonic Wars Miniature: Sails of Glory: Principe...
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    HMS Bellona (1760) 45761 Le Courageux...

    HMS Bellona (1760)

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    Le Courageux (centre) arrives off Southsea Castle with HMS Bellona (left) and HMS Brilliant (right) in this painting by Geoff Hunt.


    HMS Bellona was a 74-gun...
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    45759 The old ship Lowdham Notts.

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    The old ship Lowdham Notts.
  12. Thread: Humor of the Sea

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  13. Thread: Black Seas

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    Could be Dave, although that is the one thing...

    Could be Dave, although that is the one thing along with ship mats and fortifications which Ares have just re released. It may be of use in the future nevertheless.

    Rob.
  14. Thread: Black Seas

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    The ratlines could certainly be copied onto OHP...

    The ratlines could certainly be copied onto OHP Acetate and sized to our requirements Chris.
    Rob.
  15. Thread: Black Seas

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    Looks very interesting Jason. Of course the...

    Looks very interesting Jason.
    Of course the thousand dollar question is what scale are those ships?

    Rob.
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    As an ex member of the Gloucester Household it...

    As an ex member of the Gloucester Household it looks great to me Jason.

    Rob.
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    HMS Illustrious (1803) 45752 HMS...

    HMS Illustrious (1803)
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    HMS Illustrious heading out of Table Bay (Thomas Whitcombe, cira 1811)



    HMS Illustrious, a 74-gun third rate ship of the line and the second of that...
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    HMS Valiant (1807). 45751 HMS Valiant and...

    HMS Valiant (1807).

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    HMS Valiant and Glory.

    HMS Valiant was a 74-gun third-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 24 January 1807 at Blackwall Yard.
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    45750 Newport USA.

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    Newport USA.
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  21. Thread: Humor of the Sea

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    HMS Theseus (1786) 45743 HMS Theseus...

    HMS Theseus (1786)


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    HMS Theseus in the 1804 Antigua–Charleston hurricane.

    HMS Theseus was a 74-gun third-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy.
    One of the eight Culloden...
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    Very interesting stuff Jason. That could well...

    Very interesting stuff Jason.
    That could well lead to some Wargames in the future. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.
    Rob.
  24. Thread: HMS Arethusa

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    Very trusting of them. They were very good at...

    Very trusting of them. They were very good at acertaining the sort of trustworthy chap you were Jonas.
    Rob.
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    HMS Resolution (1770) HMS Resolution was a...

    HMS Resolution (1770)


    HMS Resolution was a 74-gun third rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched on 12 April 1770 at Deptford Dockyard.
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