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Galleys were used in Russia from Peter the Great onwards. The heritage of all galleys, Russian and Swedish, can be found on the Mediterranean. By 1790 this ship type was becoming obsolete. While it was large, the galley had difficulty navigating the open seas and could only carry a few guns in the bow and stern. It was essentially a carry-over from an earlier era of close combat on the seas. Some 80+ of these galleys were built in the 18th century in Russia. But after this war they were increasingly supplanted by smaller gun sloops of the Swedish type.
Hull dimensions: • Length at waterline: 42.7 m • Greatest width (breadth): 6.1 m • Greatest depth: 2 m
Ship 03, Russian 22-bank galley, closed sails, 12.5.2020, programs: Modo, Photoshop, UE4
This model was created in the Maritime Museum of Finland project “Historia eläväksi digitaalisella tarinankerronnalla” by Zoan Oy and is part of Smoke on the Waves experience at Maritime Centre Vellamo. https://kohtalonaruotsinsalmi.fi/
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