'Boyne' (1810); 'Union' (1811); 'Princess Charlotte' (1825); 'Royal Adelaide' (1828)

Scale: 1:48. Plan showing the body plan, sheer lines, and longitudinal half-breadth for 'Boyne' (1810), and later for 'Union' (1811), both 98-gun Second Rate, three-deckers. The plan records alterations in 1807 to the lower deck line.

The plan was later altered and ordered to be used for building 'Royal Adelaide' [under her original name of 'London'] (1828) and 'Princess Charlotte' (1825), prior to the order to increase their breadth and length. They were eventually launched as 110-gun First Rate, three-decker.

Signed by John Henslow [Surveyor of the Navy, 1784-1806] and William Rule [Surveyor of the Navy, 1793-1813].

Object Details

ID: ZAZ0236
Collection: Ship Plans
Type: Technical drawing
Display location: Not on display
Vessels: Boyne (1810); Princess Charlotte (1825) Royal Adelaide (1828) Union (1811)
Date made: 13 August 1801; 1801
People: Henslow, John; Rule, William
Credit: © Crown copyright. National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Measurements: Sheet: 637 x 1955 mm

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