Nominal Guns44DWAoS1600
NationalityDutch Republic
OperatorAdmiralty of Amsterdam
Home Port DWAoS1600
How acquiredPurpose builtDWAoS1600
CategoryFourth RateDWAoS1600
Ship TypeShip of the Line
Sailing RigShip Rigged
Last Mentioned1667DWAoS1600


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentW014
Length of Gundeck131' 5 ½"Amsterdam Feet37.099 (121′ 8″ Imperial)
Breadth32' 5 ½"Amsterdam Feet9.0721 (29′ 9″ Imperial)
Depth in Hold13' 5 ½"Amsterdam Feet3.6932 (12′ 1″ Imperial)


1652Broadside Weight = 248 Dutch pound (263 lbs 122.5368 kg) W014
Gun Deck4Dutch 24-Pounder
Gun Deck22Dutch 12-Pounder
Gun Deck14Dutch 8-Pounder
Gun Deck4Dutch 6-Pounder
1654Broadside Weight = 192 Dutch pound (205 lbs 94.8672 kg) DWAoS1600
Gun Deck4Dutch 24-Pounder
Gun Deck18Dutch 12-Pounder
Gun Deck6Dutch 8-Pounder
Gun Deck4Dutch 6-Pounder
1665Broadside Weight = 236 Dutch pound (247 lbs 116.6076 kg) DWAoS1600
Gun Deck4Dutch 18-Pounder
Gun Deck18Dutch 12-Pounder
Gun Deck20Dutch 8-Pounder
Gun Deck8Dutch 3-Pounder

Crew Complement

Date# of MenNotesSource


1652/091653Schout-by-nachtGideon de WildtBWAS-1603
16541654KapiteinIsaak SweersDWAoS1600
16671667KapiteinJan du BoisDWAoS1600

Service History

DateEvent Source
1652/09/28Battle of Kentish Knock 
1666/07/25St James Day Battle 


DWAoS1600 Dutch Warships in the Age of Sail 1600 - 1714James BenderBook
W014 Anglo-Dutch Wars BLOGJames C BenderWeb Site
BWAS-1603 British Warships in the Age of Sail 1603 - 1714Rif WinfieldBook
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