Product images of Detail of the repair to the main mast of 'Rover' (1832), an 18-gun ship sloop
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Detail of the repair to the main mast of 'Rover' (1832), an 18-gun ship sloop
Graduated Bar Scale. A plan of the method used to fix the sprung main mast for 'Rover' (1832), an 18-gun flush-deck Ship Sloop, while off the Falkland Islands, 28 May 1836. The plan shows the top of the main mast and a length of the top mast with the rigging and sails. It is also annotated with a key to the diagram and explanation of the events surrounding the repair.
- Image reference: H6362
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London