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Napoleonic Royal Navy Officers Ate, in a World Social ...

 · An 18th Century cutlery set. An Officer’s mess would often pool their money to purchase food and luxury items such as this. Depending on the size of the ship, and therefore the mess, they might need a much larger set. Photo Source. Then for supper, the Lieutenant could be invited to …

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1760's Royal Navy deck planking and ...

 · They definitely show what I believe to be the proper deck detailing for an 18th century war ship, as described in Jim Roberts' book. No mention of margin planks in any of the details. Yes, Victory's decks have been rebuilt/replaced several times I am sure. However, with the information available on that ship, and her historical significance, I ...

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Margaret Muir : Cooking on wooden sailing ships in the ...

 · The ship I'm focusing on is a two mast two-mast, Grand Banks fishing schooner, fore-and-aft rigged, with mainsail, topsail, foresail, stay sail. The schooner measured 123 feet with a foot beam and a foot draft. On deck she carried 10 dories, 5 dories to a stack. Thank you for your assistance. Wynn Allen 8:09 am

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Quarterdeck

The quarterdeck is a raised deck behind the main mast of a sailing ship. Traditionally it was where the captain commanded his vessel and where the ship's colours were kept. This led to its use as the main ceremonial and reception area on board, and the word is still used to refer to such an area on a ship or even in naval establishments on land.

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18th Century Shipbuilding

18th Century Shipbuilding. ... The gun ship of 1745 had a gun-deck of only 178 feet, compared with the 165 feet gun-deck in the l gun ship of Charles II.'s time. There was this to be said ...

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18th Century Shipbuilding

18th Century Shipbuilding. ... The gun ship of 1745 had a gun-deck of only 178 feet, compared with the 165 feet gun-deck in the l gun ship of Charles II.'s time. There was this to be said ...

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The Anatomy of a Wooden Ship: Part 6

 · Mess- the ship’s kitchen and dining area. Newel Post- turned wooden post from floor to ceiling for one side of a cabin. Serves as a handhold while the boat is at sea. Pissdale- an 18th century ship’s urinal, which was essentially a tapered lead tube leading to the sea. Often located near the officer’s quarters.

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Did 18th century ships have galleys inside them?

It depends if you were an officer or a sailor and were sailing on a warship or commercial vessel. Ships had galleys, but they were for cooking only, not eating. On warships, officers had dedicated dining rooms. Warrant officers had the gun room ...

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Ship & Shipbuilding Terminology, complete terminology ...

Pink: A two- or three-masted Dutch fishing vessel of the 18th century. Pinnace: 1. A variety of relatively small sailing vessels having generally two fore-and-aft rigged masts. 2. A 17th century ship's boat, usually rowed with eight oars. Examples of a pinnace: Pintle: A pin or bolt forming the pivot of one of the hinges on which a rudder turns.

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The Anatomy of a Wooden Ship: Part 6

 · Mess- the ship’s kitchen and dining area. Newel Post- turned wooden post from floor to ceiling for one side of a cabin. Serves as a handhold while the boat is at sea. Pissdale- an 18th century ship’s urinal, which was essentially a tapered lead tube leading to the sea. Often located near the officer’s quarters.

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Did 18th century ships have galleys inside them?

It depends if you were an officer or a sailor and were sailing on a warship or commercial vessel. Ships had galleys, but they were for cooking only, not eating. On warships, officers had dedicated dining rooms. Warrant officers had the gun room ...

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Illustrated Glossary of Ship and Boat Terms

 · Anchor bed.A reinforcement or platform, fitted on the side or deck of a vessel, on which an anchor or stack of anchors was stowed. (p. 1107) (p. 1108) Best bower.One of the principal anchors of a ship, normally the one used first; in the last several centuries, it was usually the second largest anchor and was carried on the starboard bow.

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THE STRUCTURES OF ENGLISH WOODEN SHIPS: WILLIAM …

William Sutherland and the Sources on Early Eighteenth-Century Ships The earliest surviving English manuscript concerning ship structure dates from the late Elizabethan period, but the first published work did not appear until 1664. Indeed, it was not until the third such book that an adequate explanation of English ship construction appeared.

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18th Century Warship Color Schemes

 · Patrick Haw. There were really no "approved" color schmes for 18th century navies. Ships were painted with whatever paints were available, more as protection for the timbers than as decorations. Black, yellow ochre and red ochre were relatively cheap and available so many ships sported those colors.

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On the Water

Longing for Home, 1868. Popular images of sailors, like this dreamy young man, were highly romanticized in the mid s. But toiling on a merchant ship was hard and dangerous, and many seamen were malnourished and disillusioned. Homesickness, a common theme in songs about sailors, was also a fact of life at sea.

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THE STRUCTURES OF ENGLISH WOODEN SHIPS: WILLIAM …

William Sutherland and the Sources on Early Eighteenth-Century Ships The earliest surviving English manuscript concerning ship structure dates from the late Elizabethan period, but the first published work did not appear until 1664. Indeed, it was not until the third such book that an adequate explanation of English ship construction appeared.

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Deck (ship)

Decks are the main horizontal parts of a ship's structure.The crew stand and walk on the deck. A deck is the floor of a boat or ship, but open boats only have floorboards.. Common names for decks. Below is a list of the many names given to different decks. They might be confusing.

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Anatomy of an English Man of War

Middle deck. The lighter pounder guns on the middle deck fired smallish 11 kg balls, the size of a grapefruit. There were 14 guns on each side, and many of the crew slept and ate here. The galley, the ship's kitchen, was located here, too. At the stern the officers had their cabins and wardroom (dining/living room).

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Anatomy of an English Man of War

Middle deck. The lighter pounder guns on the middle deck fired smallish 11 kg balls, the size of a grapefruit. There were 14 guns on each side, and many of the crew slept and ate here. The galley, the ship's kitchen, was located here, too. At the stern the officers had their cabins and wardroom (dining/living room).

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Ship

Ship - Ship - 17th-century developments: With the emergence of the eastern trade about 1600 the merchant ship had grown impressively. The Venetian buss was rapidly supplanted by another Venetian ship, the cog. A buss of 240 tons with lateen sails was required by maritime statutes of Venice to be manned by a crew of 50 sailors. The crew of a square-sailed cog of the same size was only 20 sailors.

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Early Warship Rating 18th Century | Weapons and Warfare

 · At the end of the century any ship up to 50 cannon might be called a frigate, but the French decision to concentrate on commerce-raiding led to the building of two ranks of two-deck frigates mounting 6lb to 12lb cannons, which performed extremely well and to which the English responded with their own “40s” in the 1700s.

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Anatomy of an English Man of War

Middle deck. The lighter pounder guns on the middle deck fired smallish 11 kg balls, the size of a grapefruit. There were 14 guns on each side, and many of the crew slept and ate here. The galley, the ship's kitchen, was located here, too. At the stern the officers had their cabins and wardroom (dining/living room).

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Mess

The mess (also called a mess deck aboard ships) is an area where military personnel socialize, eat, and (in some cases) live. The term is also used to indicate the groups of military personnel who belong to separate messes, such as the Officers' mess, the CPOs' mess, and the Enlisted mess. In some civilian societies this military usage has been extended to the eating arrangements of other ...

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1700s Ship High Resolution Stock Photography and Images ...

Dec. 01, 2011 - Long Beach, California, U.S. - Tiller, the Lady Washington's dog, is lowered by rope from the ship's crow's nest in a special dog harness. The tall wooden ship is a replica of the original Lady Washington, which was built as a merchant ship in the late 1700's and was the first Americ.

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A Sailor's Life For Me

 · A sailor, specifically a maintopman, was on the starboard watch aboard HMS Arethusa, in December 1806. The ship was armed with 28, 18 Pounder cannons, and 16, 9 Pounders, with a crew of 280 men. She was sailing towards Curaçao, in the Caribbean, to capture it from the Dutch. A sketch of a seaman from the late 18th/early 19th century by Thomas ...

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Life Aboard

The captain’s wife was lowered from ship to whaleboat in a gamming chair and rowed to the other ship for a festive social occasion, visiting with the other captain’s wife. Refugees: During the mid-nineteenth century, the wives of missionaries, merchants, and whalers formed a community of American women in Hawaii. A captain’s family might ...

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Ranks & Duties

The other Lieutenants were responsible for standing watches, i.e. taking routine command of the deck when the ship was at sea with responsibility for maintaining discipline and navigation, had overall command of a particular mast during setting and taking in sail, commanded a battery of guns in action and had overall responsibility for the ...

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Shipbuilding Part II the Golden Age 1700 to 1793 | The ...

 · At the beginning of the 17th century, the Cullen and Kempe were the main shipbuilding families in Dover but by the turn of the 18th century they had been joined by Thomas Dawkes (poss. 1705), a relative of Richard Dawkes, who captured the Castle from the Royalists in 1641.An illustration of the growth in Dover’s ship building industry that was beginning to generate wealth was …

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Margaret Muir : Cooking on wooden sailing ships in the ...

 · The ship I'm focusing on is a two mast two-mast, Grand Banks fishing schooner, fore-and-aft rigged, with mainsail, topsail, foresail, stay sail. The schooner measured 123 feet with a foot beam and a foot draft. On deck she carried 10 dories, 5 dories to a stack. Thank you for your assistance. Wynn Allen 8:09 am

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Napoleonic Royal Navy Officers Ate, in a World Social ...

 · An 18th Century cutlery set. An Officer’s mess would often pool their money to purchase food and luxury items such as this. Depending on the size of the ship, and therefore the mess, they might need a much larger set. Photo Source. Then for supper, the Lieutenant could be invited to …

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