Search:

Type: Posts; User: Bligh

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.21 seconds; generated 8 minute(s) ago.

  1. Replies
    11
    Views
    120

    Yes indeed John, and not too much damage or loss...

    Yes indeed John, and not too much damage or loss of crew on board Amelia. Dry Dock time means loss of Prizes.

    This is Captain Bristowe's first commission after Amelia's refit at Rotherhithe, on...
  2. Replies
    31
    Views
    598

    HMS Dreadnought (1801) 46504 HMS...

    HMS Dreadnought (1801)

    46504

    HMS Dreadnought was a 98-gun second rate. Designed by Sir John Henslow, and built by M/S George White, then Edward Tippett and completed by Henry Peake. This ship...
  3. Replies
    11
    Views
    120

    Thanks Jonas. I found the story whilst I was...

    Thanks Jonas.
    I found the story whilst I was looking for acoustic mines, and felt that with a little twist and input from the Royal Navy it could have been a very different reason that Fulton only...
  4. Replies
    0
    Views
    13

    AAR The Le Havre Incident.

    This AAR in After Action Reports is now up and completed.

    https://www.sailsofglory.org/forumdisplay.php?19-After-Action-Reports

    Rob.
  5. Replies
    1,667
    Views
    151,501

    46503 46502 Luggershall.

    46503


    46502

    Luggershall.
  6. Replies
    3,408
    Views
    455,435

    46500

    46500
  7. Replies
    13
    Views
    148

    Thanks for the progress report Chris. I am not...

    Thanks for the progress report Chris.
    I am not really surprised at your findings thus far.
    Much as I expected from what has already been said.
    The good news is the price per ship and the fact that...
  8. Thread: HMS Pickle.

    by Bligh
    Replies
    0
    Views
    14

    HMS Pickle.

    Was anyone aware that this replica existed?

    46495

    HMS Pickle is an exact replica of the original vessel which took part in the Battle of Trafalgar. It was the first ship sent back to England...
  9. Replies
    31
    Views
    598

    HMS Temeraire (1798) 46493 ...

    HMS Temeraire (1798)


    46493


    Temeraire was ordered from Chatham Dockyard on 9 December 1790, to a design developed by Surveyor of the Navy Sir John Henslow. She was one of three...
  10. Replies
    11
    Views
    120

    Reprise to the Historical background in the light...

    Reprise to the Historical background in the light of the late action as related to their Lordships of the Admiralty.

    In September, Napoleon expressed interest in seeing Nautilus, only to find...
  11. Replies
    11
    Views
    120

    The Butcher's Bill. 46442 46443 46444

    The Butcher's Bill.

    46442

    46443

    46444
  12. Replies
    11
    Views
    120

    AAR. What goes Down! Early in the...

    AAR. What goes Down!



    Early in the morning of the 6th of September Captain Bristowe and HMS Amelia approached the estuary. The weather had been foul for a few days preventing the salvage...
  13. Replies
    31
    Views
    598

    HMS Neptune (1797) 46415 HMS Neptune...

    HMS Neptune (1797)


    46415


    HMS Neptune was a 98-gun second rateship of the line built at Deptford Dockyard commencing on the 15th of February, 1790, to a design developed by Surveyor of the...
  14. Replies
    1,667
    Views
    151,501

    46414 Sheffield.

    46414
    Sheffield.
  15. Replies
    3,408
    Views
    455,435

    46413

    46413
  16. Replies
    3
    Views
    36

    Sticky: I will also stick this one for a bit Chris. Rob.

    I will also stick this one for a bit Chris.
    Rob.
  17. Replies
    50
    Views
    845

    That looks fine to me Farrante. It will serve...

    That looks fine to me Farrante.
    It will serve you well in your games I'm sure.
    Well done that man.
    Rob.
  18. Replies
    401
    Views
    37,314

    Sticky: If any of you participants find anyone left out...

    If any of you participants find anyone left out over the four years in any respect, or incorrectly awarded the wrong gong please drop me A PM and I will upgrade you to the correct Medal.
    Rob.
  19. Replies
    401
    Views
    37,314

    Sticky: :hatsoff: Finally, a medal :medal: for this...

    :hatsoff: Finally, a medal :medal: for this first issue to my old friend and Wargaming chum Andy. Captain Kiwi.


    https://sailsofglory.org/attachment.php?attachmentid=46409&d=1571686704
    ...
  20. Replies
    401
    Views
    37,314

    Sticky: :hatsoff:The second:medal: to Simon,Ensign Patch...

    :hatsoff:The second:medal: to Simon,Ensign Patch with my great pleasure.
    .
    46409

    Bligh.:salute:
  21. Replies
    401
    Views
    37,314

    Sticky: :hatsoff:Then I come to the Three year...

    :hatsoff:Then I come to the Three year Participation Medals.:medal: The first of which goes to Neil Union Jack with my great pleasure.
    46409

    Bligh.:salute:
  22. Replies
    401
    Views
    37,314

    Sticky: :hatsoff:Next. I have great pleasure in awarding...

    :hatsoff:Next. I have great pleasure in awarding the Four year Participation medal :medal: also to Chris, Captain Duff.

    Bligh. :salute:46408
  23. Replies
    401
    Views
    37,314

    Sticky: :hatsoff: Firstly, I have great pleasure in...

    :hatsoff: Firstly, I have great pleasure in awarding the Four year GM medal :medal:to Chris, Captain Duff.



    46407

    Bligh.:salute:
  24. Replies
    401
    Views
    37,314

    Sticky: A bevy of new Medal awards for Doncaster today as...

    A bevy of new Medal awards for Doncaster today as the three and four year medals are now up.
    Bligh.
  25. Replies
    31
    Views
    598

    HMS Prince of Wales (1794) 46398 By Джошуа...

    HMS Prince of Wales (1794)

    46398
    By Джошуа Кристалл

    HMS Prince of Wales was a Boyne (old) Class 98-gun second rate ship of the line,M/ shipwright George White, and completed by Edward...
Results 1 to 25 of 488
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4