Product images of Navy Board, Skeleton model, ship of 90 to 94-guns
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Navy Board, Skeleton model, ship of 90 to 94-guns
Scale: 1:54. A contemporary full hull model of a 90 to 94-gun three-decker (circa 1670), built partially plank on frame in the Navy Board style. It is rather unusual in that very little of the hull is planked, the deck beams are left unplanked and the stern and quarter galleries are in frame only. The bulwark screens, above the upper wales, have been decorated and are complete with wreathed gunports. At this rather unusual scale, it represents a ship measuring 163 feet along the gun deck by 44 feet in the beam and an approximate tonnage of 1230 burden.
- Image reference: F5805-002
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Caird Collection