Historic ships that made the Russian Navy great

Poltava 1712
Poltava (BU 1732) was a 54-gun ship-of-the-line of the fourth rank commissioned by the Russian Navy on 15 June 1712 in Saint Petersburg. Peter I took active part in the design and construction of the ship. She was named after an important for Russia victory over the Swedish Empire in the Battle of Poltava.