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    Sticky: :hatsoff:A little late with this one, but only...

    :hatsoff:A little late with this one, but only just had time to count up. The month of September Top Poster medal :medal:Awarded to the Sailor with the most posts for a given month.goes to John...
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    HMS Prince George (1772) 46340 HMS...

    HMS Prince George (1772)

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    HMS Prince George was a 90-gun Barfleur Class second-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy. She was constructed at Chatham, M/shipwright M Allin to July...
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    46338 Perth.

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    Of course! Stephen Maturin. Rob.

    Of course! Stephen Maturin.

    Rob.
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    HMS Namur (1756) 46333 HMS Namur. ...

    HMS Namur (1756)

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    HMS Namur.



    Originally ordered to the Neptune class specifications in July 1750, HMS Namur was altered to a modified design by William Bately during...
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    I do remember it Jonas, and read it not long ago...

    I do remember it Jonas, and read it not long ago either but several Naval story books on I don't remember which of our heroes it was? I will now have to look at my Kindle and see which one is...
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    Sticky: Today we welcome only our sixth new shipmate from...

    Today we welcome only our sixth new shipmate from the Russian Federation. He is Igor, aka stolib, from Ulyanovsk.

    Rob.
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    Another splendid bit of innovation sir. Bravo!...

    Another splendid bit of innovation sir. Bravo!
    Rob.
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    46326 46327 Wells next the sea.

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    That confirms my expectations of the Battle...

    That confirms my expectations of the Battle possibilities Ferrante.
    Thank you. A very good starter for new Captains to get some experience, with the headland giving an extra interest to what would...
  13. Thread: Humor of the Sea

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    Now that is amusing Dave.:happy: Rob.

    Now that is amusing Dave.:happy:
    Rob.
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    Nice conversion Jonas. Rob.

    Nice conversion Jonas.
    Rob.
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    HMS London (1766) 46322 Designed by Sir...

    HMS London (1766)

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    Designed by Sir Thomas Slade, the construction was started by M/shipwright John Locke and completed by Edward Allin. HMS London was a 90-gun second-rateship of the line...
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    HMS Impregnable (1810) 46313 HMS...

    HMS Impregnable (1810)


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    HMS Impregnable in a gale of Wind off Sardinia 29 October 1841


    HMS Impregnable was a 98-gun second rate three-decker ship of the line of the Royal Navy,...
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    It is OK here Jason. There is always that thin...

    It is OK here Jason.
    There is always that thin line of distinction in these cases.
    Yes you could certainly get a game out of this one too.
    Rob.
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    A very interesting video Jason. Plenty of scope...

    A very interesting video Jason.
    Plenty of scope for some excellent actions in an unusual setting.

    Did you watch the following video on Constitution?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBGxpRvAkfA...
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    Sticky: If you look in the Medals section on the top bar...

    If you look in the Medals section on the top bar of the page you can check out all those available to shipmates. When you reach a milestone, if I have not spotted it just apply for the medal.
    Rob.
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    Nice one Gary. Thanks for this AAR. An unusual...

    Nice one Gary.
    Thanks for this AAR.
    An unusual set of circumstances as the chaps say but very interesting as it developed.
    Is this your first AAR on the anchorage as games master?
    Rob.
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    Morning JuliŠn. You will have guessed the...

    Morning JuliŠn.

    You will have guessed the next question of course.:question:
    When you play will you please post an AAR of your game for us here on the Anchorage?:happy:
    Rob.
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    46299 Piccadilly.

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    Oh yes! Dave. Rob.

    Oh yes! Dave.
    Rob.
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    Out of the Anchorage.

    I will be out of the Anchorage from now until tomorrow evening, so please be patient if I don't get back to you as quickly as usual.
    Rob.
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