Coventry (1757), Lizard (1757), Liverpool (1757), Maidstone (1758), Acteon (1757), Shannon (1757),...
1295 x 470 mm
Scale 1:48. Plan showing the body plan, sheer lines with inboard detail, longitudinal half breadth for 'Coventry' (1757), 'Lizard' (1757), 'Liverpool' (1757), 'Maidstone' (1758), 'Acteon' (1757), 'Shannon' (1757), 'Levant' (1757), 'Coberus' (1757), 'Griffin' (1757), 'Hussar' (1757), all 28-gun, Sixth Rate Frigates, based on the plan for 'Lowestoft' (1756) and 'Tartar' (1756, which were the same as 'Unicorn' (1748) and 'Lyme' (1748). 'Maidstone' (1758), 'Cerberus' (1757), 'Griffin' (1757), 'Acteon' (1757), 'Shannon' (1757), 'Bureas' (1757) and 'Trent' (1757) had the House holes moved to the upper deck. There are construction amendments for the first built Frigates. Annoted in the top right: " Body, same as the Leostaff and Tartar, except one having a Beakhead and the other a round bow, without the least alteration below the surface of the water - and the Tartar and Leostaff are exactly the same Body as the Unicorn and Lime. "
Object number: ZAZ3401
Dimensions: 470 mm x 1295 mm
- Full-colour art print
- Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
- © © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
- Image reference: J6339
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