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ou’ the Architectura Navalis Mercatoria; published in An account of Experiments. made at Carlscrona to determine the resistance to Ships; published. Results 1 – 11 of 11 Architectura Navalis Mercatoria. NACHDRUCK der Ausgabe Stockholm by Chapman, Fredrik Henrik af: and a great selection of similar. Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more.

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Different sorts of smaller Vessels. The real Burthen in Tons at the greatest Draught of water.

Architectura Navalis Mercatoria: The Classic of Eighteenth-Century Naval Architecture

The Carolina Yacht, belonging to his Brittanik Majesty. In total there are drawings of different ships. Sloop, with two sorts of Frames, for more or less draught of water.

Merchant Ships or Vessels. Many plates contain several drawings “Draughts”which are numbered in the second column of the tables.

Architectura Navalis Mercatoria

Some terms were used by Chapman in a different way than today. Boats, Large and Small, for the use of Ships.

What kind of Vessels. Draught of water as it is on the plan.

Vessels of small Draught of Water. The drawings of many ships by Fredrik Henrik af Chapman were published in his book “Architectura Navalis Mercatoria” in Stockholm Length between the perpen-diculars of Stem and Sternpost. Three different Methods of Launching Ships.

The corresponding type of rigging is given in plate Nature of the Vessels, as to their Rigging. Below are tables with the English index of his book, “Index and description of the draughts contained in this work”. La Capitana, a Row Galley of Malta. Height of Gunports above Water a Midships.

The javalis Draught of water, to which the Vessel may reasonably be loaded.

Architectura Navalis Mercatoria: The Classic of Eighteenth-Century Naval Architecture

He divided ships into five main groups according to details of hull construction. Catt and bark did not have a beak-head and were more blunt and full-bodied at the bow.

Frigate, hagboat and pink had a beak-head just like the warships of that time. Launching and manner of Rigging scan of original index.

Nature of the Vessels, as to their Shape and Rigging. The tables mostly follow Chapman’s way of writing. Privateers scan of original index. Several Figures, Representing the different manners of Rigging, which are most in use in the Northern Countrys. Vessels for Meratoria Sailing and Rowing scan of original index.

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Nearly all the plates show hull lines only. Pleasure Vessels For Rowing. It holds 62 original plans and comments on ship building and theoretical considerations of that time. Scans of the original index are given, too. Number of Guns and Weight of the Ball. Several kinds of Vessels used by different Nations scan of original index. However, when putting the scans online, the museum people unfortunately did not include an index, with Chapman’s information about the ship’s rigging, length, breadth, draught and loading capacity in tons, the number of guns in warships and privateers, their crews, and the number of oars in small boats.