The first rank vessel H .M .S .Victory, with 104 guns, was launched at Chatham in 1765. It was in service for a long time under the command of famous admirals. Its name was indissolubly tied to Nelson's in the battle of Trafalgar in 1805.
It was common practice for ship builders to submit models of a proposed ship for approval to the Admiralty Board. The models built for this purpose had no masts or rigging, making the deck space, furnishings and armament layout easy to visualize.
Blue Jacket's newest model, the Charles P. Notman, known as 1, was the first major vessel built at the famed Percey & Small Shipyard (1894), Bath, Maine. She is of a type described as a four masted downeast schooner, 219.3' LOA.
This cabin cruiser fishing boat is the most elaborate of all the "Gozzi" designs while preserving all of the original functions of great fishing boats. The cabin offers greater comfort for extended voyages.
The steam powered tug Anteo was built in Italy before WWII. She was incorporated into the Italian Navy during the war, and is still in use today. These tugs were built in large numbers before WWII, and many are still in use in Italian ports.
U.S.S. Constitution, American frigate with 54 guns, was launched on 21st of October 1797. It had bigger dimensions, sails and equipment than the contemporary ships of the same class. Its strong construction earned ita's the name of "Old Ironsides".