Lower deck plan for Cormorant class (1793), and modified Cormorant class (1805)...
752 x 252 mm
Scale: 1:48. Plan showing the lower deck for Hornet (1794), Cormorant (1794), Favourite (1794), Lynx (1794), Hazard (1794), Lark (1794), and Stork (1796), all 16-gun Ship Sloops.
The plan was later altered in 1805 and used to build Hyacinth (1806), Herald (1806), Sabrina (1806), Cherub (1806), Minstrel (1807), Blossom (1806), Favourite (1806), Sapphire (1806), Wanderer (1806), Partridge (1809), Tweed (1807), Egeria (1807), Ranger (1807), Anacreon (1813), and Acorn (1807), Rosamond (1807), Fawn (1807), Myrtle (1807), Racoon (1808), and North Star (1810) all modified Cormorant class 16-gun Ship Sloops. The plan was altered again in 1808 while building Hesper (1809). A final set of alterations was made in 1815 for Favourite (1806) for repairs.
Tartarus (1806), a fire ship was converted to a ship sloop similar to this plan.
The design for this class is 'similar to the French Ship Amazon' - the French Amazon (captured 1745).
Object number: ZAZ4310
Original dimensions: 252 mm x 752 mm
- Full-colour art print
- Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
- © National Maritime Museum
- Image reference: J4211
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