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You can get your free copy of this here: http://homebrewery.naturalcrit.com/share/BJL8XcjyZ
Luke translated my D&D 5E – Nautical Adventures into Italian and created this amazing version. It is an excellent example of what can be done with the homebrewery site. http://homebrewery.naturalcrit.com/
I was not happy with the ship combat rules in D&D v3.5 so I came up with a system that allows multiple ships to combat each other and, at the same time, allow for each PC to contribute in his own way each round. I simply (or not so simply as it turns out) extended the D&D combat rules to work with ships as well. What I came up with is in a PDF file you can download here: Ship to Ship Combat
There is also a fast start version here: Ship to Ship Combat (fast start rules)
You can use this to keep track of your ships: Ship Record Sheet
I would really appreciate any comments, especially if you use them in play (they have not yet been play-tested).