Nuestra Señora de la Concepción y de las Ánimas was the first Spanish three decker. Construction of the ship was begun in 1682 by the master builder Antonio de Amas and she was launched in 1687 at the Colindres shipyard in Cantabria. She had a displacement of about 1500 tons. There are two sources for reconstruction of the ship; first is the book “Arte de Fabrica Reales” from 1691 which contains some drawings, and second is a painting in the parish church “Iglesia de la Asunción” in Arcenillas, Zamora.
Length: 905 mm, Width: 415 mm, Height: 815 mm
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