Matti Savinainen

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HMS Implacable. She survived the Battle of Trafalgar only for the British to capture her at the subsequent Battle of Cape Ortegal. In British service she participated in the capture of the Imperial Russian Navy 74-gun ship of the line Vsevolod in the Baltic in 1808 during the Anglo-Russian War. Later, Implacable became a training ship. Eventually, she became the second oldest ship in the Royal Navy after HMS Victory, Lord Nelson's flagship at Trafalgar.

apostlesofmercy: “ HMS Implacable was a ship of the line launched 24 March 1800 at Rochfort, France as Duguay-Trouin. She was one of just four French ships that escaped capture during.

Anthem of the Seas | The ultimate in sea green, golden sun, and non-stop fun. Cruise into Antigua with Royal Caribbean onboard Anthem of the Seas for a world-class cruising experience before exploring a unique Caribbean culture. (Photo: island_wings on Instagram)

Anthem Of The Seas, The Ultimate In Sea Green, Golden Sun, And Non-stop Fun. Cruise Into Antigua With Royal Caribbean Onboard Anthem Of The Seas For A World-class Cruising Experience Before Exploring A Unique Caribbean Culture.

Buy the Liberty Ship Construction in Baltimore WWII Photo Print for sale at The McMahan Photo Art Gallery and Archive.

The Cunard ocean liner 'RMS Queen Elizabeth 2' enters the water at Clydebank in Scotland 20th September 1967 She was christened and launched by Queen...

The Cunard ocean liner 'RMS Queen Elizabeth enters the water at Clydebank in Scotland September 1967 She was christened and launched by Queen.

Blohm & Voss shipyards in Hamburg building Type VII-C U-Boats for the German Navy, 1940. Hitler was not a sea person and underestimated the naval arm. Sub production never reached the level that could make a strategic difference in the war despite the German technical expertise in this type of shipbuilding.

German U-boat type VII-C during construction at "Blohm und Voss" shipyard in Hamburg, German sub construction never caught up with demand. As a result, the campaign to cut allied sea lines of communication failed.

This photograph is taken in Canada Dock in Liverpool, The gentleman in uniform is “Mauretania’s” first Chief Engineer, John Currie. RMS MAURETANIA was one of the most famous ships ever built on Tyneside - source Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums