L'Ocean

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L'Ocean
L'Ocean Sailing Stern Lee.png
Rate 1st Rate
Guns 118
Chasers Bow and Stern Chasers
Broadside Weight
Cannon Broadside Weight 1365pd
Carronade Broadside Weight 1662pd
Battle Rating 600
Total Crew 1100
Sailing Crew 230
Max Speed 10.89 kn
Turn Rate 2.08
Structure
Bow Structure 3000
Side Structure 12000
Stern Structure 1200
Armour
Bow Armour 45cm
Side Armour 75cm
Stern Armour 30cm
Sail HP 12000
Mast Thickness 119* cm
Rigging Square Rigged
Draught Deep
Cargo Capacity 750
Cargo Slots 10
Crafting Level 45

General Description

The L'Ocean is a French 118-gun first rate ship of the line, and she is also the largest ship currently in game (she does not have the most guns, however; that honour belongs to the Santisima).

Armament

Deck Gun Count Cannon Size Carronade Size
Bottom Gun Deck 32 42pd N/A
Middle Gun Deck 34 24pd N/A
Top Gun Deck 34 12pd N/A
Weather Deck 18 9pd 42pd
Bow Chasers 4 12pd 68pd
Stern Chasers 4 9pd 68pd

Characteristics

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History

The L’Ocean was a 118-gun first rate ship of the line in the french navy and was lead ship of the Ocean class of first rates. She was ordered as États de Bourgogne and was launched at Brest in 1790. Like many French ships of the line during the Revolutionary period, she was renamed several times, becoming Côte d'Or in January 1793, Montagne in October 1793, Peuple on 17 May 1795, and a matter of weeks later again renamed, to Océan. She served until 1855.As the largest ship of the line in the Brest fleet, the ship spent much of her early career as the fleet flagship. As Montagne, the ship was the flagship of Rear-Admiral Villaret-Joyeuse in the Combat de Prairial (known in English literature as the Glorious First of June) in 1794. She was badly damaged by the HMS Royal Sovereign, losing 313 men and receiving 233 round shots in her hull. On 17 May 1795, she was renamed Peuple; a month later, on the 23rd of June she fought in the Battle of Groix as Villaret's flagship. Returning to Lorient three days later, she was renamed to Océan. She was refitted in Brest in 1797 and in 1801, she once again served as Villaret's flagship, ferrying troops of Leclerc's expedition to Saint-Domingue. Océan was Allemand's flagship at the Battle of the Basque Roads. And finally she was decommissioned on 2 August 1850, and used as a floating artillery battery from May 1851 until being broken up in 1856.


How to Get Blue Print

Currently the blue print of the L'Ocean is only available as a drop through special events.

Image Gallery

Name Last Verified
OlavDeng2 2016/11/10