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H2SMS San Filippo

Page history last edited by ManuBlasco 12 years ago

San Filippo, 60/64

La Reale


Details

Nationality Sicilian
Ordered    
Started 1736  
Named    
Launched 1737-jul-00  
Shipyard Naples  
Plans Sebastiano Tixi   
Constructor Sebastiano Tixi  
Decks 2  
Rate Ship of the line  
Crew    
In Service 1738  
Out Service 1768  
Fate Broke up?  

 

Dimensions

Lenght Keel Beam Depth Draught Weight Displacement Source
               

 

Armament

Guns Date # lbs # lbs # lbs Fires Source
60 1737               ?
64 1759                
86 1737               GdM01

 

 

Commanders

yyyy-mmm-dd Commander's rank and name. source/s

 

Service Record

1759-mm-00 At Naples.  
1759-sep-00 A spanish squadron of 4 SoL 1 from Cartagena arrived to Naples.  
1759-sep-28 A spanish fleet 2 from Cadiz arrived to Naples.  
1759-oct-07 Charles III of Spain, (former Charles VII of 2 Sicilies), embarked into Real Fenix and a combined fleet 3 left to Barcelona.  
1759-oct-17 The combined fleet 3 with King Charles III of Spain arrived to Barcelona.  
1759-mm-00 Left Barcelona to Naples with San Carlo (50), Santissima Concezione (30), Sant'Amalia (30) & 14 small vessels.  

 

Actions & Battles

yyyy-mm-dd Action or battle. source/s

 

Notes

1 Galicia (70), Terrible (70), Soberano (68) & Atlante (68)

2 Real Fenix (80), Triunfante (74), Firme (74), Monarca (74), Princesa (70), Dichoso (70), San Felipe (70), Glorioso (68), Vencedor (68), Guerrero (68), Conquistador (60), 2 frigates & 2 small vessels (tartanas).

3 Spanish: Real Fenix (80), Triunfante (74), Firme (74), Monarca (74), Princesa (70), Dichoso (70), San Felipe (70), Galicia (70), Terrible (70), Soberano (68), Atlante (68), Glorioso (68), Vencedor (68), Guerrero (68), Conquistador (60), 2 frigates & 2 small vessels (tartanas).

Kingdom of Two Sicilies: San Filippo (64), San Carlo (50), Santissima Concezione (30), Sant'Amalia (30) & 14 small vessels.

 

Sources

GdM01 Gazeta de Madrid (03/09/1737)

 

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