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Ship of 24 guns, port broadside
Scale: 1:48. A full hull model of a 24-gun, sixth-rate sloop (circa 1740). The model is decked. Below the running strakes, it is in block form. It has a lead keel, suggesting that it was a sailing model. The model's dimensions do not conform exactly to the 1733 Establishment for 20-gun ships, and represents a sloop longer (at 114â”œÃ²_ feet) and slightly lighter (at 471 tons burden) than the 24-gunners of 1741.
- Image reference: F5842-001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Caird Collection