Product images of Chart showing the track of His Majesty's ship 'Centaur' (1797) from England to Madeira and back
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Chart showing the track of His Majesty's ship 'Centaur' (1797) from England to Madeira and back
Single sheet. Coloured manuscript in ink and watercolour. The daily wind directions are shown beside the ship's track. Contains six fine watercolour coastal views - Ram Head, Pendennis Castle, the Lizard, the entrance of Cork Harbour, Porto Santo and Madeira.
The 'Centaur' served as Rear Admiral Sir Samuel Hood's flagship. After taking part in the Battle of Copenhagen, 'Centaur' resumed patrol duties in the Atlantic. At Madeira, Hood made contact with Duckworth and his squadron which was looking for a French squadron from Rochfort.
- Image reference: F0339
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London