Hold the Line by Richard Grenville. HMS Temeraire, HMS Victory and HMS Neptune. Mid-morning on the October 1805 and, in light wind, Admiral Lord Nelson's Fleet makes a slow approach towards the French/Spanish Lines.
The Heavyweight Punch. In the misty calm of the morning of October three of Britain’s most powerful ships: Victory guns), Temeraire and Neptune are seen in full sail, majestically bearing down on the enemy line off Cape Trafalgar.
HMS Victory, Portsmouth, England- the famous flagship that Admiral Lord Nelson commanded at the Battle of Trafalger<----also the ship that he died on. Oh, the Victory.she's a beauty, alright. I love old ships!