I believe that this is the ship that became the English Great Charity. There is some uncertainty, in that when comparing these dimensions with the reported English dimensions, as measured, there are some discrepancies. I am pretty sure that this is the ship, as the Great Charity was captured in 1653. We know that the Groote Liefde was one of the ships taken by the English at the Battle of Portland. The information that I have listed here is from a manuscript from the Dutch archives. We believe that "boven" is the height of the upperdeck above the main deck (and the hold). I have seen the Van de Velde drawing of the Great Charity, but can't find where I saw it. If anyone knows the source, I would be greatful to know.
8 November 1652 (Nationaal Archief 1.03.02 Inv. nr. 8)
Captain Bruijn van Seelst
Length: 132 feet
Beam: 29 feet
Hold: 13-1/2 feet
Boven: 6-1/2 feet
38 guns: 2-24pdr brass of the State, 18-12pdr, 14-6pdr, 4-3pdr