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PICTORIAL HISTORY OF SHIPS

Pictorial History of Ships

Author(s)                 J. H. Martin
Publisher Smithmark Pub
Date 1979
Pages 192
Format pdf
Size 30.5 Mb

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   On 17 November 1665, when the English and Dutch were at each other's throats, Samuel Pepys went to bed later than usual. As Clerk of the Acts, one of the four principal officers of the Navy Board, he had been writing a long letter to the Duke of York, the Lord High Admiral, about 'the ill condition of the Navy' and its need of money "before it be too late". That need was already a familiar theme in English naval history. Just over 60 years earlier King James I had inherited from Queen Elizabeth a maritime fighting force which was to set a standard in ship design for more than two centuries, until the coming of steam. The English believed in the Vound'ship. With its ability to face heavy weather and to carry stores for a long voyage, it had served them well, and under Sir John Hawkins they had learnt to reduce its limitations as a vessel of war. By increasing its length in proportion to its breadth, thev made it less 'round' and clumsy. It also looked less top-heavy and was better rinsed, with a larger and more effective sail area...

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