Produktinformationen "Sails Of Glory - Artesien/ Roland 64-guns Ship-of-the-line - EN"
The Art�sien class included five French 3rd rate ships of the line, built at Brest to a design of Joseph-Louis Ollivier. They were armed with 64 cannons and had a designed crew of 570-580 men. They were armed with 26 24-Pounder guns in the lower deck, 28 12-Pounder guns in the upperdeck, and 10 6-Pounder guns in the quarterdeck and the forecastle. The Art�sien was built in 1765 as part of a series of 12 ships of the line built to compensate losses endured by the French Royal Navy during the Seven Years' War. The Art�sien took part in the American Revolutionary War, departing in 1781. A fine 1/28th scale model of the ship was used to instruct Louis XVI in naval studies and is now on display at the Mus�e de la Marine. This ship pack can also be used to represent the French Art�sien Class ship-of-the-line 'Roland 1771.'
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