It consisted of 31 military vessel, fire-7 and 4 small galliots; 4 small vessel at 60-75 and totaled about 350 teams, of whom one-third were soldiers. The total number of guns reached 1360; supply of shells and gunpowder enough for 30 rounds per gun. The fleet was divided into three squadrons. The number of vessels in the Danish fleet was slightly larger, but the number of guns is less; their fleet was divided into four squadrons, each with 9-10 vessels with 2-3 fire-ships and as many Galiota. The same division of the fleet Danes had in 1630 at the mouth of the Elbe, where one of the squadrons, apparently, remained in reserve. The flagship of Christian IV of, commander of the 3rd squadron, was the 48-gun. In addition, the ship has only five vessels were 30 guns. Commander in Chief was General Admiral Jorgen Wind; he led the vanguard. King intervened repeatedly to the Chief; so often the case it is not clear who in fact was the main boss.