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Model of the ship “Ingermanland” 1715.

Model of the battleship "Ingermanland" 1715. The model was built by master Alexander Shumeiko. The scale of the model is 1:64. The model case is made of pear and maple wood. The decor is carved out of apple wood. Artillery and other metal parts are made of blackened bronze. Sails and rigging ropes are made of cambric cloth and cotton thread.

"Ingermanland" is a sailing battleship of the Baltic Fleet of the Russian Empire, designed by Peter I, the first of the ships of the same type and one of the king's favorite battleships. During the Northern War, he acted as the flagship of both the Russian and the combined Russian-Danish-Dutch-English fleets, periodically sailed under the standard of Peter I. The ship was named after the lands located at the mouth of the Neva River and known as Ingermanland, which were conquered among the Swedes at the beginning of the Northern War, the Ingermanland battleship was laid in the St. Petersburg Admiralty on October 30, 1712 and after launching on May 1, 1715, it became part of the Baltic Fleet of Russia. The construction was carried out by the shipmaster Richard Cosenz.

He took part in the Northern War. In the campaign of 1715, in July and August, he went on cruising voyages to the Gulf of Finland as part of a squadron, including under the flag of Peter I. In the campaign of 1716 in April and May, he was part of a squadron that was cruising near the island of Borngolm. In July, as part of the squadron of Captain-Commander P. I. Sievers, he moved from Revel to Copenhagen, then from August 5 to 14 under the flag of Peter I and headed the combined Russian-Danish-Dutch-English fleet, sailed to the Baltic Sea. On October 22, he returned to Revel for the wintering in the squadron of the captain-commander Shelting. In June and July 1719, he went on cruising voyages to Gangut as part of a fleet of ships of the Baltic Fleet, under the flag of Peter I went to Revel, in Finnish and Aland skerries, and also took part in covering the rowing fleet transporting the Russian troops to the shores of Sweden. In the same year, while cruising near the island of Lameland, he stumbled to the shoals. In the campaign of 1720 he sailed to the Gulf of Finland. In June 1721, he joined the detachment from Kronstadt to Revel, after which, under the flag of Perth I, he left Reval to Rogervik Bay and Kotlin Island, and also participated in fleet maneuvers. After the war, the ship went to Kronstadt, where he arrived on September 5, 1721.

From June to August 1722 he sailed into practical sailing into the Gulf of Finland as part of a squadron of ships of the Baltic Fleet. From June to October 1724, at the Ingermanland, which at that time was part of the squadron of Vice Admiral D. Wilster at Krasnaya Gorka, crew training events were held

 

According to the decree of Peter I, the ship "Ingermanland" was supposed to be saved "for memory", in connection with which he had been in Kronstadt since 1725 and did not go out to sea, and in 1727 underwent repairs. According to some sources, the ship as of 1735 was filled with water due to the rotten hull and was stranded in the Kronstadt harbor in a submerged state, and in 1736 it was dismantled, according to another version of the Ingermanland, sank in the Kronstadt harbor in 1738 and was dismantled only after 1739.

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