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This bundle conveniently collects all the named famous vessels for the Royal Navy available in Black Seas (excepting for those that can be found in the Royal Navy Starter Fleet). As an added bonus, you’ll get a digital version of the Black Seas Hold Fast! absolutely free.
Black Seas: HMS Agamemnon - Known to be Lord Nelson’s favourite ship, HMS Agamemnon was a 64-gun 3rd rate ship-of-the-line with a sleek hull. She saw plenty of active service during the American War of Independence, French Revolutionary War and Napoleonic Wars, most notably at Trafalgar as part of Nelson's weather column, where she helped force the surrender of the colossal Spanish four decker Santisima Trinidad.
Black Seas: HMS Surprise - A 5th rate ship launched as the Unité, sailing for the French Navy before being captured in 1796 by the Royal Navy and renamed HMS Surprise. Perhaps most famously the Surprise served as the main ship for author Patrick O'Brien's Jack Aubrey and also in the associated film, Master & Commander.
Black Seas: HMS Speedy - A 14-gun brig with a very colourful history. She was captured by France in 1794, then re-taken by the British in 1795, captured again by France in 1801 and finally donated to the Papal States in 1802. Furthermore, HMS Speedy was one of the ships that made Thomas Cochrane famous for capturing so many enemy vessels, sometimes even those much larger than his own.
Black Seas: HMS Victory - HMS Victory was a terrible and awe-inspiring sight to both enemies and allies. It has become one of the most famous ships in the world and is still in commission in the Royal Navy to this day; as of 2019 a total of 241 years of service.
Black Seas: HMS Royal Sovereign - Prior to her famous role at the Battle of Trafalgar, HMS Royal Sovereign participated in the battles of "The Glorious First of June" as the flagship of Vice-Admiral Thomas Graves, and was Cornwallis' flagship in his famous retreat of 16 June 1795. At Trafalgar, HMS Royal Sovereign was the flagship of Admiral Collingwood, at the head of the Leeward line. It was the first ship to engage in the action, breaking the Franco-Spanish Line and engaging the Spanish Santa Ana.
Black Seas: Royal Navy 3rd Rates of Renown – Containing HMS Bellereophon, HMS Revenge & HMS Tonnant.
FREE Black Seas: Hold Fast! Digital Edition (PDF) - Hold Fast! is a supplement for the Black Seas age of sail game. Inside, find new ways to play, such as charting your course as an independent smuggler or following a navy career from lieutenant to admiral, 16 new scenarios and rules for entirely new fleets and vessels.