French 104 - gun battleship Dauphin Royal (1668)
French 104 - gunfire battleship Dauphin Royal (1668) Royal Navy
The ship was laid in 1667 at the shipyard in Toulon according to the drawings of the shipmaster Pomet,. The ship was named in honor of the eldest son of King Louis XIV, the dauphin Louis. Launched in 1668
The ship took part in the Battle of Beachy Head in 1690, under the command of Vice-Admiral Tourville. Retired maintenance was dismantled in 1700.
The original historical model of the ship of the French 104 - cannon linear Dauphin Royal (1668) is on display in the museum Rochefort-Musee-de-la-Marina. This model was built from 1751 to 1752 for educational purposes.
The reconstruction of the drawings based on the historical model was created by the expert Alexander Gerashchenko with the participation of the master Alexei Baranov.