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HBMS Gloucester (1695)

Page history last edited by Cy 10 years, 5 months ago

Gloucester, 60 Guns


Details
Nationality British
Ordered 1693/03/27 B164
Launched 1695/02/05 B164
Shipyard Bristol B164
Design Class 1691 Program - 60 gun 4th Rates (1691)
Designer Sir John Tippetts B164
Constructor Thomas Clements B164
Rate Fourth Rate
Type Ship of the Line
Out Service 1731/10 B164
Fate Broken Up B164

Dimensions
B164   Type Metric
Length of Gundeck 145' 0" Imperial Feet 44.2
Length of Keel 118' 10" Imperial Feet 36.22
Breadth 38' 0" Imperial Feet 11.58
Depth in Hold 15' 71/2" Imperial Feet 4.76
Burthen 91279/94 Tons BM

Armament
1693/02/11 B164 Broadside Weight = 410
Lower Gun Deck 22 British 24-Pounder
Upper Gun Deck 22 British Demi-Culverin
Quarterdeck 12 British Saker
Forecastle 4 British Saker
Roundhouse 2 British 3-Pounder

Crew Complement
Date Men Notes Source
1691/02 365 Design Complement  

Commanders
Date From Date to Rank/Position Name Source
1693 1694/12 Post Captain Jacob Banks B164
1694/12 1696/01/28 Post Captain John Norris B164

Service Record
Date Notes Source
1693/12 Sailed for the Mediterranean B164
1695/01/18 Present at the Action of 1695-01-18  
1696/01/28 Wrecked on the Shipwash sandbank in the Thames B164

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

Actions & Battles
Date Source
1695/01/18 Action of 1695-01-18

Notes on Ship
No Notes Entered

Sources
Id Link or Description Author
B164 British Warships in the Age of Sail 1603 - 1714 Rif Winfield

Last Updated :2009/08/15 at 10:24:25 by Cy

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