"Threedecks" - web resource for researching ships, shipyards, crew, designer - f.e. more than 25.000 ships

Uwek

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During searching for some technical info about the Ingermanland I found this page called "Three decks",
which offering an online searching program.......

https://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=home

This is mentioned in the "home"-page

Over the last few years Three Decks has grown to become the premier web resource for researching naval history during the Age of Sail.
Three Decks features detailed information on vessels, crew, shipyards, dockyards, naval actions, geographical locations and much,
much more including background details on the ranks, appointments and the nations involved.
Even the National Maritime Museum links to us (VERY proud of that one).


Check it out, I am not sure about the quality of the data, very good is also the fact, that they mention with every ship, also the source, from where they got the info about the ship.
In addition, to lot of the resources they give directly the link to the web-page or to the online-pdf of the the book.......so it will be a big resource for inofrmation


Here the page for the Ingermanland 1715

https://threedecks.org/index.php?display_type=show_ship&id=10765
 

kay

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Threedecks it a great site. I can just recommend her. I use them very often to research.
 
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