Four-Master and Two Three-Masters Anchored near a Fortified Island with a Lighthouse, ca. 1561–62 Frans Huys after Pieter Bruegel the Elder (Netherlandish, ca. 1525–1569) Engraving and etching; first state
HMS Implacable. She survived the Battle of Trafalgar only for the British to capture her at the subsequent Battle of Cape Ortegal. In British service she participated in the capture of the Imperial Russian Navy 74-gun ship of the line Vsevolod in the Baltic in 1808 during the Anglo-Russian War. Later, Implacable became a training ship. Eventually, she became the second oldest ship in the Royal Navy after HMS Victory, Lord Nelson's flagship at Trafalgar.