A complete and up-to-date searchable list of all EU4 flagship modification IDs.
To keep a record both for their country and for history, our captains will maintain a logbook as they boldly go where no ship has gone before.
Outfitting the ship with an aftercastle will provide better accommodations for our captain and the valued members of the crew.
Our people are famous for their courage, so much that we export it in liquid form.
Flying a flag marking your rank on a flagship is a great source of pride for many officers, encouraging bravery and ambition.
Even the greatest ship is eventually done in not only by war, but by the ocean itself. A metal sheath will ensure our flagship lasts.
Improved Crow's Nest
With a flagship like ours, the enemy will see us coming. We just have to make sure we see them first.
Every soldier who gets on a ship can't be a marine, but there can be enough on our flagship to make a difference.
Mass Load Cannons
However many cannons the enemy believes we have, we must have twice as many. No ship has ever sunk from having too many cannons.
Long-distance siege weapons won't be very efficient against other ships, but they will greatly boost the threat we pose to land structures.
Naval barrages are a special art form, and no one masters is better than our bombardiers.
Our fusiliers must be ready to attack from a ship as if it was land, because Portugal's fleet is an extension of the country itself.
A Portuguese navigator will not only get you to the most distant undiscovered shore, but also, if the winds will it, get you back.
Portuguese Trade Route Map
The shortest distance between two points on a map is a straight line, but a Portuguese trade route is a close second.
Scandinavian Flag Officers
With our dependency and access to the trade that flows through The Sound we have a great source of seasoned seamen to recruit as professional officers to make up the core of our navy.
Spanish Grand Armada
Spanish ships are made to survive sailing the oceans of the world, and those which sail with our flagships even more so.
Spanish Mass Load Cannons
However many cannons the enemy puts on their flagship, we must have twice as many. No ship has ever sunk from having too many cannons.
Spanish Treasury Convoy
When your wealth is floating on ships, one of your main problems is pirates. Pirates primary problem should, accordingly, be us.
Spare Jolly Roger
Our ship usually flies the flag of its homeland, but there is nothing wrong with having a more menacing flag for special occasions.
Standardized Signal Book
Coordinating a fleet is no easy task, but established standards for communication is a first step to doing it flawlessly.
Trade Route Map
Keeping detailed collection of maps of our trade routes up to date is challenging, but worthy of a flagship sailing with our trade fleet.