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Sixth-rate sloop, starboard stern quarter
Scale: 1:48. A Georgian full hull model of a sixth-rate sloop (circa 1730). The model is decked. The initials 'GR' appear on the stern. Twenty ships were made in the style of the 1719 Establishment. They were 106 feet long with a beam of 30 feet. They weighed 428 tons burden and had a complement of 140 men. They carried twenty 6-pound guns. Around 1730 two ships (the 'Sheerness' and the 'Dolphin') were built to a modified design, being 2â”œÃ²_ feet longer than their predecessors. This was an intermediate stage in the development of the 1773 Establishment 20-gun ships, which were of a similar size but with a heavier burden.
- Image reference: F5841-003
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Caird Collection