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Copyright 2006 by Ron Visser (ronvisser)
Uploaded 2006-04-01 - Downloaded 6328 times
Size: 3 MB

Copyright 2006 by Ron Visser (ronvisser)
Uploaded 2006-04-01 - Downloaded 11705 times
Size: 6.6 MB

Gloucester fishing schooner
War Junk
Copyright 2006 by Ron Visser (ronvisser)
Uploaded 2006-04-01 - Downloaded 11710 times
Size: 4.3 MB

Northumbrian Coble
Copyright 2007 by andrew barclay (bob_soup)
Uploaded 2007-03-31 - Downloaded 3424 times
Size: 3.3 MB

This is a model of a 12'6" Northumbrian Coble designed by Paul Fisher of Selway Fisher Yacht Design (

The face count is quite low compared to many boats out there now - around 10500 faces including the sail and rudder. You shouldn't have much problem running a whole fleet of them. If you are very hard pressed for video memory then you could reduce the size of some of the textures, but of course then you'd loose the lovely sharp definition of the stitching on the sail.

Cobles are traditional fishing and foying vessels from northeastern England and southwestern Scotland. The very wide strakes are characteristic of the designs.
Copyright 2008 by Juergen Klemp (Juergen)
Uploaded 2008-01-03 - Downloaded 3625 times
Size: 1.2 MB

Brig Maybelle
Copyright 2008 by Sam (nemo)
Uploaded 2008-03-26 - Downloaded 8984 times
Size: 5.2 MB

Ficticious brig named "Maybelle"
Brig Maybelle Version 2
Copyright 2008 by Sam (nemo)
Uploaded 2008-11-30 - Downloaded 15871 times
Brig Maybelle Version
Size: 10.6 MB

The second version of my ficticious brig 'Maybelle'. Much more realistic and detailed and features a cabin below deck.

Updated 2/12/08
Added Dolphin Striker and Bobstay
Olbboy v2
Copyright 2008 by (tizef29)
Uploaded 2008-12-18 - Downloaded 1988 times
Size: 2.9 MB

New sails
Copyright 2012 by ()
Uploaded 2012-03-31 - Downloaded 3742 times
Size: 8.3 MB


For Virtual Sailor

A trireme (derived from Latin: "tres remi:" "three-oar;" Greek Τριήρης, literally "three-oarer") was a type of galley, a Hellenistic-era warship that was used by the ancient maritime civilizations of the Mediterranean, especially the Phoenicians, ancient Greeks and Romans.
(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
Copyright 2012 by ()
Uploaded 2012-08-23 - Downloaded 842 times
Size: 1.9 MB

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