The third 'ship of the line' in the British Squadron, HMS Implacable, is on the stocks (see below):
Early days yet, but the metal has been cleared of flash and the hull has been drilled for the rigging lines, the model under coated and given a base shade. All the sail bits go together nicely and it is now a case of painting her up, working her inside out and fitting the rigging (see below):
Despite being nominally "British" HMS Implacable is another example of a ship that fought on both sides in the Napoleonic Wars, starting life as the French Duguay-Trouin, but being captured in 1805 and then used by the British (notably in the 1808 Anglo-Russian War, when she captured a Russian 74).
Note: The capture took place post Trafalgar (which she fought in) at the subsequent The Battle of Cape Ortegal
This means on her completion the naval actions can move to a 2:1 ships against the (elite crews of the) Royal Navy.