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The Seventy-Four Gun Ship Vol.2: Fitting Out the Hull
: The Seventy-Four Gun Ship: A Practical Treatise on the Art of Naval Architecture. Volume II: Fitting Out the Hull
(): Jean Boudriot
: Jean Boudriot Publications
: 1986
: 276
: English
: DJVU
: 190 MB

As the main naval war machine at the end of the 18th century, the 74 Gun Ship was the result of a compromise, like every successful vessel. Her balance between strong guns and manoeuvrability offered by the 28 gun lower gundeck and firing 36 pound cannon-balls, made the "74" the perfect ship of the line. Since she moved more easily, she was much more useful in combat than the heavy 100 gun three-decker.
BOOK 2
VI. HULL TIMBERS
1. Keel and stem timbers
2. The station frames
3. Stern-frames
4. Filling timbers
5. Reinforcement and planking of the hold
6. Construction of the decks
7. Internal planking above the hold
8. Description of other inboard works
9. External planking of the hull
VII. FASTENING - CAULKING
1. Nails, fastening
2. Nailing, fixing of bold
3. Oakum, pitch
TABLES, ETC
VIII. HULL FITTING
1. The bow
2. The ship's sides
3. The stern
IX. INTERNAL ARRANGEMENTS
1. The hold and orlop
2. The gundeck
3. The upper deck
4. The forecastle, quaterdeck and poop
5. The officers' quarters
6. Paintwork
X. BALLAST AND STOWAGE
1. Ballast
2. Stowage
3. Victuals
XI. WARRANT-OFFICIERS' STORES
1. The Bo'sun
2. The Cook and the Baker
3. The Master
4. The Carpenter
5. The Caulker
6. The Gunner
7. The Master-at-Arms and the Armourer
8. The ship's boats
9. The Chaplain
10. The Surgeon
11. The midshipmen
SUNDRY ITEMS OF STORES









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