The Ingermanland is a 4th Rate Ship of the Line mounting 62 guns. The Ingermanland is the smallest craftable ship of the line in the game currently, but don't underestimate her since she can carry 32pd cannons on her lower gun deck.
|Deck||Cannon Count||Cannon Size||Carronade Size|
|Bottom Gun Deck||24||32 pd||N/A|
|Middle Gun Deck||24||18 pd||N/A|
|Weather Deck||14||6 pd||12 pd|
|Bow Chasers||4||4 pd||12 pd|
|Stern Chasers||2||9 pd||68 pd|
The Ingermanland, even though it was originally built in 1715 has excellent sailing qualities, she even outspeeds the much more modern and previous speed queen (of the ships of line) Pavel by .07 knots (which, granted, isn't a lot but she is more than .3 knots faster than all other ships of the line). The turn rate of the Ingermanland is also something not to be ignored as she turns better than the Constitution. The Ingermanland as a result is an excellent ship of the line, however she suffers from poor structure, being worse than the Constitution; as a result the Ingermanland has to rely on its superior speed and manoeuvrability versus other ships of the line to survive.
Here is the Sailing Profile for the Ingermanland. She is in many ways the final stepping stone between the manoeuverability of the frigates and the sluggishness of the largest ships of the line. Her preference for a broad reach is clear and the loss of speed as she approaches a beam reach is more notable than in smaller ships. Finally, her speeds upwind drops very rapidly. In most respects, the Ingermanland behaves like the Constitution in terms of sailing, although her turn rate is slightly higher.
The Ingermanland marks the beginning of Russia’s great plan for ship construction. It was constructed in 1712, launched in 1715, and became the flagship of Peter the Great.
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