Please note that images or descriptions below might contain spoilers, as in paintings that represent events in the novels or pictures from the film.
Unless otherwise noted, all cover art is by Geoff Hunt and courtesy of Lawrence Edwards.
Paintings, plans and diagrams of the ships of Jack Aubrey, as well as of the historical ships that inspired their creation. All the diagrams and text are courtesy of Bruce Trinque and his incredible site The Ships of Jack Aubrey, while all paintings are oil on canvas by Geoff Hunt, unless otherwise noted.
P.S. This album contains spoilers like you would not believe, so be warned!
Images of historical events mentioned in the series, or related to the series in some way. Some of these images are duplicates from the Historical Ships album, as many of the ships were mentioned in the course of a description of a famous naval battle. All paintings are oil on canvas unless otherwise noted.
Images of historical ships mentioned in the series, or related to the series in some way. Here you'll also find many more images of the Horrible Old Leopard, as she was a historical ship as well as one of Jack Aubrey's commands. All paintings are oil on canvas unless otherwise noted.
Pictures of artifacts from shipwrecks relevant to our period, some displayed in museums and some in situ.
An album of images from the movie including promotional pictures and stills as well as behind the scenes shots of the filming process.
A series of drawings made in 1820 by Captain Frederick Marryat (author of "Mr. Midshipman Easy") about his life as a midshipman circa 1806 - 1812.
An album with diagrams, maps and charts related to the Age of Sail, as well as maps and charts of voyages and actions in the series organized by book. Please be aware that these maps and charts reveal exact destinations and positions, a.k.a. spoilers fore and aft.
An album of images depicting what the what the fairer sex wore on the home front. Includes caricatures, paintings and photographs of extant garments.
An album of images depicting what the well-dressed men of Jack Aubrey’s Royal Navy wore to the ragin’ party known as the Napoleonic War, as well as what the civilians wore back home. Includes caricatures, paintings and photographs of extant garments.