HMS Victory by Geoff Hunt. Get your miniature www.shipmodelsuperstore.com

HMS Victory by Geoff Hunt. Get your miniature www.shipmodelsuperstore.com

Figurehead of HMS Victory at Portsmouth Harbour.  Famous ship of the line (battleship in its time unsurpassed)

Figurehead of HMS Victory at Portsmouth Harbour. Famous ship of the line (battleship in its time unsurpassed)

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard - The HMS Victory at Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard is one of Hampshire's most popular tourist attractions. Launched in 1765, she is best known as Lord Nelson's flagship during the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. HMS Victory currently resides in Portsmouth, where she has been since 1922, having undergone a series of restorations. Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard is also home to the HMS Warrior and the Mary Rose (the new museum opened earlier this year).

Portsmouth Historic Dockyard - The HMS Victory at Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard is one of Hampshire's most popular tourist attractions. Launched in 1765, she is best known as Lord Nelson's flagship during the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. HMS Victory currently resides in Portsmouth, where she has been since 1922, having undergone a series of restorations. Portsmouth's Historic Dockyard is also home to the HMS Warrior and the Mary Rose (the new museum opened earlier this year).

The HMS Victory,vaisseau de ligne, construit en 1759, navire-musée à Portsmouth (104 canons)

The HMS Victory,vaisseau de ligne, construit en navire-musée à Portsmouth canons)

HMS Victory at the Royal Naval Dockyard at Portsmouth, England seen in the 1970's.

HMS Victory at the Royal Naval Dockyard at Portsmouth, England seen in the 1970's.

L'HMS Victory, construit en 1759, navire amiral de Nelson, conservé à Portsmouth, Royaume-Uni.

rarecollection.ch HMS Victory Vue de la proue et du bossoir tribord sur lequel l’ancre est attachée

"The Heavyweight Punch," by Geoff Hunt. "HMS Victory," "HMS Temeraire" and "HMS Neptune" leading the line at Trafalgar on Oct. 21, 1805.

"The Heavyweight Punch," by Geoff Hunt. "HMS Victory," "HMS Temeraire" and "HMS Neptune" leading the line at Trafalgar on Oct. 21, 1805.

Eating and Drinking | HMS Victory It was important that Victory’s provisions remained edible through many months at sea. Therefore the crew’s diet was limited and repetitive, made up of staples which would last well, such as salted beef and pork, biscuit, peas and oatmeal, butter and cheese. These were stored in casks or bread bags in the Hold, but inevitably some went bad as barrels leaked, were infested by maggots or eaten by rats.

Eating and Drinking | HMS Victory It was important that Victory’s provisions remained edible through many months at sea. Therefore the crew’s diet was limited and repetitive, made up of staples which would last well, such as salted beef and pork, biscuit, peas and oatmeal, butter and cheese. These were stored in casks or bread bags in the Hold, but inevitably some went bad as barrels leaked, were infested by maggots or eaten by rats.

HMS Victory, HMS Temeraire. 'Hold the Line' (Battle of Trafalgar) - Richard Grenville

HMS Victory, HMS Temeraire. 'Hold the Line' (Battle of Trafalgar) - Richard Grenville

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