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  1. Commerce de Bordeaux 1784
    The Temeraire Class ships of the line was and remains the most numerous class of capital ships ever built.
  2. Embuscade 1798
    The Amazon Class frigates of 1773 were fifth-rate, 32-guns British ships.
  3. HMS Bellona 1760
    The Bellona Class is considered a prototype for the iconic 74-gun ships of the latter part of the 18th century.
  4. HMS Cleopatra 1779
    The Amazon Class frigates of 1773 were fifth-rate, 32-guns British ships.
  5. HMS Concorde 1783
    The Concorde Class frigates were fifth-rate, 32-guns, fast and maneuverable ships.
  6. HMS Hermione 1779
    The Concorde Class frigates were fifth-rate, 32-guns, fast and maneuverable ships.
  7. HMS Impetueux 1796
    The Temeraire Class ships of the line was and remains the most numerous class of capital ships ever built.
  8. Le Berwick 1795
    The Bellona Class is considered a prototype for the iconic 74-gun ships of the latter part of the 18th century.
  9. Sails of Glory: Alligator 1782
    This ship pack can also be used to represent the French ship-sloop "Le Fortune 1780".
  10. Sails of Glory: HMS Queen Charlotte 1790
    The flagship of Admiral Earl Howe at the Glorious First of June, 1794
  11. Sails of Glory: HMS Royal George 1788
    The flagship at the Battle of Groix and wore the flag of Admiral Alexander Hood at the Glorious First of June.
  12. Sails of Glory: HMS Royal Sovereign 1786
    HMS Royal Sovereign was the largest warship in the world at the time of her construction
  13. Sails of Glory: HMS Swan 1767
    HMS Swan was the lead ship in the Swan class of ship-sloops.
  14. Sails of Glory: HMS Victory 1765
    Sail and fight with HMS Victory, Lord Nelson's Flagship at Trafalgar.
  15. Sails of Glory: Imperial 1791
    The French flagship in the Battle of San Domingo on February, 6th 1806.

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