Unnamed 112-gun Spanish three-decker (no date)

Graduated Bar Scale. Plan showing the body plan, sheer lines with inboard detail, and longitudinal half-breadth for an unnamed Spanish 112-gun three-decker. Spain built a number of 112-gun warships of which five were built at Ferrol, where Julian Martin de Retamosa was the shipbuilder. These included the 'Purisma Concepcion', 'San Jose' (1783), 'Santa Ana', 'Salvador del Mundo' (1787), and 'Reina Luisa'. It is possible that this plan was never approved or used to construct a 112-gun three-decker.

Signed by Julian Martin de Retamosa [Shipbuilder and designer, and Lieutenant General of the Spanish Royal Navy].

Object Details

ID: ZAZ0170
Collection: Ship Plans
Type: Technical drawing
Display location: Not on display
Date made: 1 December 1812; 1812
People: Retamosa, Julian Martin de
Credit: © Crown copyright. National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Measurements: Sheet: 320 x 652 mm

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