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Reale De France Galley

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    Lateen rigged galleys like this one were the backbone of Louis XIV’s Mediterranean fleet. The “Reale” in the name means that the ship belonged to the king.  She carried 8,000 square feet of sail and 427 oarsmen. Because of her low hull, water swamped her deck even in slight seas. Reale De France model ship kit by Corel

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Reale De France Galley

    Lateen rigged galleys like this one were the backbone of Louis XIV’s Mediterranean fleet. The “Reale” in the name means that the ship belonged to the king.  She carried 8,000 square feet of sail and 427 oarsmen. Because of her low hull, water swamped her deck even in

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For almost 25 years, studying and reflecting on the art of mikronafpigikis, station ships in the history of navigation and shipbuilding development, with full respect and documenting the culture of each period. In June 2005, the ships of opening for the first time the sails of a trip dream, a

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18th century “REALE”

The name “REALE” indicates that the galley belonged to the King of France; also from 1526 the admiralty vessel of the Captain of the French galleys was called “REALE”. The original craft is an exact reproduction of a typical end of 18th century “REALE”, sumptuously decorated by the famous sculptor

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Reale De France Galley

    Lateen rigged galleys like this one were the backbone of Louis XIV’s Mediterranean

Featured Website: microshipbuilding.com

For almost 25 years, studying and reflecting on the art of mikronafpigikis, station ships in