410 x 208 mm
No scale. Plan showing the starboard half of the stern board with decoration detail, starboard stern quarter gallery decoration, and starboard profile of the figurehead for Vigilant (1745), a captured French Third Rate, as taken off prior to fitting as a 58 gun Fourth Rate, two-decker. This plan may represent the vessel soon after capture.
NMM, Progress Book, volume 2, folio 179 states that 'Vigilant' (1745) was surveyed by Admiralty Order dated 8 April at Portsmouth Dockyard. She arrived on 30 April 1747 and was docked on 12 May 1747. After being undocked on 16 May the 'Vigilant' was re-docked on 11 June 1747. Having been undocked on 12 June, she sailed on 21 June 1747 after being refitted at the cost of
Original size: 208 mm x 410 mm
- Full-colour art print
- Reproduced at the same size and scale of the original plan with no border.
- © National Maritime Museum
- Image reference: J0895
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