Nominal Guns70RWAS
OperatorBaltic Sea
Keel Laid Down9.8.1715RWAS
Home Port RWAS
ShipyardSaint Petersburg - Russia RWAS
ConstructorRichard Cozens (d.1738)RWAS
CategoryThird RateRWAS
Ship TypeShip of the Line RWAS
Sailing RigShip RiggedRWAS
Broken Up1732RWAS


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentRWAS
Length of Gundeck153' 0"Imperial Feet46.6344 
Length of Keel122' 0"Imperial Feet37.1856 
Breadth43' 0"Imperial Feet13.1064 
Depth in Hold17' 0"Imperial Feet5.1816 


1718Broadside Weight = 594 Russian Artillery Pound (647.46 lbs 293.6736 kg)RWAS
Lower Gun Deck26 Russian 24-Pounder
Upper Gun Deck26 Russian 18-Pounder
Quarterdeck/Forecastle16 Russian 6-Pounder

1726Broadside Weight = 426 Russian Artillery Pound (464.34 lbs 210.6144 kg)RWAS
Lower Gun Deck26 Russian 18-Pounder
Upper Gun Deck24 Russian 12-Pounder
Quarterdeck/Forecastle16 Russian 6-Pounder

Service History

1719Cruised in the BalticRWAS
1721Cruised in the BalticRWAS
1722Cruised in the BalticRWAS
1723Cruised in the BalticRWAS
1724Cruised in the BalticRWAS
1725Cruised in the BalticRWAS
1726Guard ship at KronstadtRWAS
1727Ordered to be repaired, but not carried outRWAS
1728Refitted as a Unrated Hulk
1732Condemned and ordered to be broken upRWAS


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Posted by Evgeny Bosharov on Saturday 31st of March 2012 23:18

Neptunus 1718 was built by Richard Kosents in accordance with favorite Peter's the Grate ship Ingermanland! It is possible to state they were sister-ships but different classes because of armament value! Neptunus carried never 6-pouder guns, because main gun sizes were after 1710 8-,12-,24-pouder! 24-POUDER guns were gundeck in amount of 30 guns; 26 12-pouder guns were on upper deck; 7 8-pouder guns were on quater deck;

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