Lines plan for Syren/Siren (1773)
1281 x 458 mm
Scale 1:48. Plan showing the body plan with stern board decoration and name on the stern counter, sheer lines with inboard detail and figurehead, and longitudinal half breadth for 'Syren'/'Siren' (1773), a 28-gun, Sixth Rate Frigate, as built by Henri at Chatham. The plan also includes pencil modifications for converting a troop ship for 300 troops and 105 ships company. This may not be for 'Siren' (1773), could be for another member of the Enterprize Class. NMM, Progress Book, volume 5, folio 303, states that 'Syren' was launched at Hennicker's Yard, Chatham on 2 November, arriving at Chatham Dockyard on the same day. She was docked on 16 August 1775 and undocked on 8 September 1775,sailing on 5 October 1775 having been fitted for foreign service.
Object number: ZAZ3399
Date: circa 1773
Dimensions: 458 mm x 1281 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: J6307
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