Naval Warfare in the South Atlantic and Indian Oceans from 1777-1783. Subtitled as "The British Navy at Bay: Part Two".
Contains 20 scenarios with between 3 and 34 ships. Most scenarios are small fleet actions with ten or more ships. The first three scenarios are from the Spanish-Portuguese War of 1776-1777 over what would become Uruguay. The remaining seventeen scenarios concern Franco-British engagements in 1778-1783 in the Indian Ocean or related thereto and featuring the French admiral Pierre-Andre de Suffren de Saint-Tropez.