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HCMS San Felipe (1745)

Page history last edited by ManuBlasco 9 years, 4 months ago

San Felipe (4th), 70


 

Details

Nationality Spanish
Ordered    
Started 1740  
Named    
Launched 1745  
Shipyard Guarnizo  
Plans Antonio Gaztañeta   
Constructor Agustin Salomon  
Supplier Agustin Salomon  
Decks 2  
Rate 3rd Rates  
Class    
System Spanish  
Crew    
In Service 1745  
Out Service 1761  
Fate Broke up  

 

Dimensions

Units Lenght Keel Beam Depth Draught Weight Source
Burgos ft. - 151'6" 50' 25' - - s1 

 

Armament

Guns Date # lbs # lbs # lbs # lbs Broadside Source
70 1759 28 24  30  12  12  8 564 (276 s1

 

Commanders

1746-mm-00 1752 Captain D. Francisco de Lastarria. ?
1752-nov-00   Captain D. Francisco Javier Everardo Tilly.  
1759-mar-16   Captain D. Francisco Garganta.  
1759-mm-00   Commodore D. Pascual Borras's flagship.  

 

Service Record

1745-mm-00 Entered at El Ferrol from Guarnizo to finish fitting.  
1746-mm-00 Entered at La Granna, El Ferrol for repairs.  
1747-mm-00 Captured an 18 guns british privateer with 75 men.  
1751-jul-00 Under Cerda's squadron patrolling the Mediterranean.  
1752-feb-00 Under Cerda's squadron finish patrolling the Mediterranean.  
1752-nov-00 Left El Ferrol to Cadiz and patrolled Argelian coasts.  
1753-oct-00 Arrived to El Ferrol.  
1759-mar-16 Left El Ferrol s1
1759-mm-00 At the Mediterranean joinned Borras' squadron.  
1759-mm-00 At Naples when arrived Marquees of Mari's fleet to transport Carlos III to Barcelona.  
1760-mar-00 At Cadiz.  
1761-mm-00 Entered at La Carraca for repairs.  
1761-mm-00 At El Ferrol.  
1761-mm-00 Out of navy service list & broke up at El Ferrol.  

 

Notes

Looks like the ship was started to be built in 1740 and finished/handed to the Royal Navy around 1745.

Sources

AGMAB, Estados de Fuerza y Vida, leg. 2235/40 (s1)

 

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