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HCMS San Luis (1767)

Page history last edited by PBworks 14 years, 12 months ago

HCMS San Luis (3rd), 80/94

Details

NationalitySpanish
Ordered?
Started?
Named?
Launched1767-sep-30b2
ShipyardLa Habana
PlansJorge Juan
ConstructorMateo Mullan?
Decks2-3?
Rate2nd Rates
Class
SystemBritish System
Crew
In Service1767-sep-30b1
Out Service1789b1
FateBroke up

 

Dimensions

UnitsLenghtKeelBeamDepthDraughtWeightDisplacementSource
Burgos ft.?1,714
Burgos ft.197' (?)176'10" (?)56' (?)28' (?)28'6" (?)1,600?Artinano

 

Armament

GunsDate#lbs#lbs#lbsFiresSource
80?24?18?8?
94?32?24?12?
941765?24?18?8?Artinano

 

 

Commanders

yyyy-mmm-ddCommander's rank and name.

 

Officers

1780-apr-28Admiral D. Jose de Solano y Bote's flagship.

 

Service Record

1779-jun-00Under Admiral Arce's fleet at El Ferrol.
1779-jul-02Left El Ferrol under Admiral Arce's fleet to join Orvilliers' fleet for the 1st Campaign of the English Channel.
1780-apr-28Left Cadiz as Admiral Solano's flagship to Caribbean with 12 SoL, 3 frigates & 83 transports with 12,000 men & supplies.
1780-aug-04Arrived to La Habana, avoiding Admiral Rodney's fleet.
1781-apr-10Left La Habana for the Campaign of Pensacola.
1781-may-30Entered at La Habana from Pensacola.
1782-mar-05Left La Habana to scort transports with troops & supplies to Guarico, Santo Domingo.
1782-nov-00At Veracruz.
1783-feb-00Left La Habana to meet & scort fleet from Veracruz to La Habana.
1783-jun-01Left La Habana to Cadiz with San Nicolas de Bari with gold.
1783-jul-20Enterd at Cadiz with San Nicolas de Bari with 240,000 pesos fuertes.
1789-mmm-00Broke up.

 

Actions & Battles

 

Notes

Ship's miscelaneous data. (source/s)

 

Sources (reseach by Santiago Gomez)

Archivo General de Indias, Correos, legajo 432 A.

RGM, junio 1983, Eric Beerman, "José Solano Bote, Marqués de Socorro, y la Armada en la batalla de Pensacola en 1781".

Juan Alsina Torrente, "Una guerra romántica, 1778-1783".

Cesáreo Fernández Duro, "Disquisiciones náuticas", Tomo V.

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