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Vernon (1832)

Ship Plans

Object connections:

Collection Ship Plans, Admiralty Collection
Gallery locationNot on display
VesselsActaeon (1832)

Object details:

Object ID ZAZ1838
Description Scale: 1:48. Plan showing the hold from the Bread Room to the After Hold, a section through the Spirit Room, and a section through the After Hold illustrating the stowage of ballast, tanks, and barrels as fitted onboard Vernon (1832), a 50-gun Fourth Rate, large Frigate. NMM, Progress Book, volume 6, folio 229, states that 'Vernon' was docked at Sheerness Dockyard on 29 October 1840, undocked on 10 November, and sailed on 14 March 1841 having been fitted for sea. Most of the money was spent on the rigging and stores.
Date made circa 1841

Place made Admiralty House
Credit National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Materials paper; black ink; brown colourwash; blue colourwash; grey colourwash
Measurements Sheet: 525 mm x 438 mm
  • Vernon (1832) (ZAZ1838)
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