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HCMS San Telmo (1788)

Page history last edited by ManuBlasco 11 years, 1 month ago

San Telmo, 74

 

Berenguer
Graphic copyright of Juan Garcia from www.todoababor.es published here under his authorization.

Details

Nationality Spanish
Ordered ?  
Started 1787 ?
Named ?  
Launched 1788-jun-20 b84
Shipyard El Ferrol b1,84
Plans Romero Landa b84
Constructor ? ?
Decks 2  
Rate 3rd Rates  
System Landa b84
Class Ildefonsinos  
Crew 644  
In Service 1788-jun-20 b84
Out Service 1819-sep-02  
Fate Wrecked  

 

Dimensions

Units (meters) Length Keel Beam Depth Draught Weight Displacement Source
Burgos ft. 190' (54.60) 170' (48.85) 52' (14.94) 25' (7.18) 28'4" (8.14) 1,640 Tn.   b84

 

Armament

Guns Date # lbs # lbs # lbs # lbs Fires Source
74 1788 28 24 30 18 16 8 - - 1,340 lbs (656 Kg.) b84
74 1789 28 24 30 18 16 8 2 4p 1,348 lbs (660 Kg.) b6

 

 

Commanders

1819-mm-00 1819-sep-02 Captain D. Joaquin de Toledo   

 

Flag Officers

1819-mar-23 1819-sep-02 Commodore D. Rosendo Porlier. b84

 

Service Record

1789-apr-07 Left El Ferrol under Rear Adm. Tejada's evolution squadron 1 for naval testing. b84
1789-sep-26 Entered at El Ferrol under Rear Adm. Tejada's evolution squadron for naval testing. b84
1819-may-11 Left Cadiz to Lima, Peru with Alejandro I (74)Prueba (40) & merchant frigate Mariana  
1819-sep-02 Lost from the squadron due to a storm and wrecked nearby the Antartida.  

 

 

Notes

Was coppered at his construction.

Looks like the survivors from the ship were the first to step at the Antartida.

1 Rear Adm. Felix de Tejada's evolution squadron: San Lorenzo, San Francisco de Paula, San Telmo, Bahama, San Fulgencio, frigates N S de la Soledad, Santa Perpetua, N S del Carmen, Santa Elena, N S del Rosario & N S de Guadalupe, brigs San Leon, Cazador & Flecha.

 

Sources

 

 

 

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