Sviatoi Evsevii

Nominal Guns100RWAS
OperatorBaltic Sea
Keel Laid Down19.9.1785RWAS
How acquiredPurpose builtRWAS
ShipyardSaint Petersburg - Russia RWAS
Ship ClassChes'ma ClassRWAS
Designed by I. V. JamesRWAS
Constructor Jonathon ColemanRWAS
CategoryFirst RateRWAS
Ship TypeShip of the Line RWAS
Sailing RigShip RiggedRWAS
Broken Up1808RWAS


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentRWAS
Length of Gundeck186' 0"Imperial Feet56.6928 
Breadth51' 10"Imperial Feet15.5448 
Breadth (inside Planking)50' 0"Imperial Feet15.24 
Depth in Hold21' 6"Imperial Feet6.5532 


7.6.1790Broadside Weight = 1062 Russian Artillery Pound (1157.58 lbs 525.0528 kg)RWAS
Lower Gun Deck4 Russian 1-Pood Edinorog (1767)
Lower Gun Deck24 Russian 36-Pounder
Middle Gun Deck26 Russian 18-Pounder
Middle Gun Deck4 Russian 1/2-Pood Edinorog
Upper Gun Deck30 Russian 12-Pounder
Quarterdeck/Forecastle4 Russian 24-Pound Carronade
Quarterdeck/Forecastle20 Russian 6-Pounder

4 Commanding Officers

1791 - 1792Captain Mikhail K MakarovW0441793 - 1796Captain Fiodor G SkorbeevW0441797Captain Karl E. von BrayerW0441801 - 1802Captain D KellyW044

Service History

1791Cruised in Kronstadt roadsRWAS
1793Blockade of the SoundRWAS
1795Cruised in the BalticRWAS
1796Cruised in the BalticRWAS
1797Cruised in the BalticRWAS
1799Paid offRWAS
1801Moved from Revel to KronstadtRWAS
12.1802Ordered to be broken upRWAS
1803Floating battery at Kronstadt with the middle battery removedRWAS
1803Refitted as a Unrated Floating Battery
1804Refitted as a Other Vessels Hospital Ship


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