Dutch Three-Deckers

By R. C. Anderson , published February 1929

Abstract

A brief account of the construction and employment of the large series of fifteen or so 90-gun three-deckers built in Holland between I682 and 1996 is followed by a detailed consideration of the possible identity of two ship models of the class; one acquired privately by the author and the other, a half-model, in the possession of the Scheepvaart Museum.

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Filed under: Spanish Succession | North Sea | Nine Years' War
Subjects include: Navies | Ship Models & Figureheads | Shipbuilding & Design

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