Warship Frigate
Height ->59,5 cmsLenght ->87 cmsDepth ->18 cms

Warship Frigate

Valuable model that decorates both his home as an office, and is a memorable gift that lasts through time. High quality construction with materials, with emphasis on small details. Measure also the shelf or place where you plan to put this beautiful reproduction, are larger than they appear.

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History of the Frigate

 



The frigate is a warship with a displacement of 2,000 to 5,000 tons, designed to act in naval Warship frigatewarfare missions, although it may have systems to act as a support vessel on other missions.
The term frigate is well ahead of the steam navigation of ships and armored squadrons of the second half of the nineteenth century. Since the seventeenth century frigates were three-masted ship, lighter than the ships of the line that formed the core of sailing squads. Available to a maximum of two decks and normally artillery only one or at most with a small battery in the second and a total number of pieces that rarely exceeded 30, although in some cases reached 50.
The first frigate built in England was the Constant Warwick 26 guns and 380 to 400 tons: Peter Pett was made in 1646 for the Earl of Warwick who then handed over to the government. The builder took his model of a French frigate, he had seen in the waters of the Thames. Naval memories still retain the memory of this ship sailing regarded as unsurpassed and an old song of the time of Queen Anne tells among vessels on the British coast were killed in the terrible storm of 1703.