The 16-Liner Gunship HMS Aurea Canta, was the pride of the English navy in the early 1800s.
With 6 long range guns and two smaller cannons on both sides it's the fear of every enemy.
On the boat are three decks, although the lowest is only three bricks high: the cargo compartment.
On the middle deck is the captain's room and stand all the long range cannons. It's also the sleepingplace of the crew.
The upper deck is in front of the mast the place where ordinary sailmen work. And behind the mast where the officers and soldiers stand.
The crew contains an admiral, a captain, a navigator, three elite soldiers, nine line infantrists, four special artillery men and four ordinary sailmen.
The boat doesn't have any sales yet. They're still under construction, as well as the ropes.
About this creation
Here you see the full crew lined up on the upper deck
The with gold decorated rear of the ship.
The captain's room.
The captain playing his organ.
The ship in battle.
You can take off a part of the ship to look inside.
A very neat looking ship you've got there! The stern is very original, as well for the bow. The white parts really fit within the coloursheme. I would change the red hull for a brown one though, it would certaily add even more realism.
Quoting Sebeus I
Nicely done, the wide cabin is cool, I think you should work a bit on the color scheme and lines on the sides of the ship, it doesn't "flow" meaning it looks a bit rough, good job anyway
Thank you for the tip, i'll make sure the next boat has some more flowing lines.