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HBMS Infanta (1762)

Page history last edited by Cy 10 years, 2 months ago

Infanta, 74 Guns


Details
Nationality British
Royal Navy The Royal Navy
Previously Infante
Captured 1762/08/13 B057
Shipyard Captured B057
Rate Third Rate
Type Ship of the Line
Out Service 1775/04/26 B057
Fate Sold B057

Dimensions
B057   Type Metric
Length of Gundeck 171' 6" Imperial Feet 52.27
Length of Keel 137' 4" Imperial Feet 41.86
Breadth 51' 4" Imperial Feet 15.65
Depth in Hold 22' 5" Imperial Feet 6.83
Burthen 1,91864/94 Imperial Feet 48.73

Armament
Total Guns 74

Crew Complement
Date Men Notes Source
No Details Known

Commanders
Date From Date to Rank/Position Name Source
1762/09 1763/05 Captain John Elphinston B057

Service Record
Date Notes Source
1762/08/13 Captured at the surrender of Havana B066
1762/09 Commissioned for voyage to England B066
1763/05/27 Arrived at Portsmouth B066
1763/07/08 Purchased for Royal Navy Service B057
1765/04 Began small repair at Portsmouth DY B057
1765/06/17 Surveyed B066
1765/11 Completed small repair at a cost of £16,927.16.9d B057
1775/04/26 Sold to Robert Killingsley for £1,605 B057

Fleets
Fleet Title Commander Date From Date To Source
No Fleets Listed

Actions & Battles
Date Source
No Actions Listed

Notes on Ship
Service British Warships in the Age of Sail 1714 - 1792
Saw no active service and was never commissioned in the Royal Navy

Sources
Id Link or Description Author
B057 British Warships in the Age of Sail 1714 - 1792 Rif Winfield
B066 The Ship of the Line - Volume II Brian Lavery

Last Updated :2009/12/01 at 21:48:40 by Cy

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