Russian Third Rate ship of the line 'Ingermanland' (1715)## Three Decks' Forum

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## Dimensions

**DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric Equivalent**RWAS

Length of Gundeck151' 0"Imperial Feet46.0248

Breadth42' 0"Imperial Feet12.8016

Depth in Hold18' 3"Imperial Feet5.4959

Displacement1,992Ton

## Armament

**1715Broadside Weight = 504 Russian Artillery Pound (549.36 lbs 249.1776 kg)**RWAS

Lower Gun Deck26 Russian 24-Pounder

Upper Gun Deck26 Russian 12-Pounder

Quarterdeck/Forecastle12 Russian 6-Pounder

**1716Broadside Weight = 536 Russian Artillery Pound (584.24 lbs 264.9984 kg)**RWAS

Lower Gun Deck24 Russian 30-Pounder

Upper Gun Deck24 Russian 12-Pounder

Quarterdeck/Forecastle16 Russian 4-Pounder

## 4 Commanding Officers

**DatesRankNameSource**

1715 - 1719CaptainMartin P Gosler (d.1735)W0441720CaptainMartin P Gosler (d.1735)W0441722CaptainMartin P Gosler (d.1735)W0441724CaptainMartin P Gosler (d.1735)W044## Service History

**DateEventSource**

1715Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1716Peter I's flagship at the "Great Armament"RWAS

1716Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1717Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1718Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1719Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1721Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1722Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1724Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1727repairsRWAS

1731Found unfit for sea serviceRWAS

1738BeachedRWAS

## Sources

**IDNameAuthorType**

## Ingermanland | 10765 | ||
---|---|---|---|

Nominal Guns | 66 | RWAS | |

Nationality | Russia | ||

Operator | Baltic Sea | ||

Keel Laid Down | 15.10.1712 | RWAS | |

Acquired | 1.5.1715 | RWAS | |

Home Port | W006 | ||

Shipyard | Saint Petersburg - Russia | W006 | |

Ship Class | Ingermanland Class | W006 | |

Designed by | Peter Mikhailov | W006 | |

Constructor | Richard Cozens (d.1738) | RWAS | |

Category | Third Rate | RWAS | |

Ship Type | Ship of the Line | W006 | |

Sailing Rig | Ship Rigged | W006 | |

Broken Up | 1739 | W006 |

Length of Gundeck151' 0"Imperial Feet46.0248

Breadth42' 0"Imperial Feet12.8016

Depth in Hold18' 3"Imperial Feet5.4959

Displacement1,992Ton

Lower Gun Deck26 Russian 24-Pounder

Upper Gun Deck26 Russian 12-Pounder

Quarterdeck/Forecastle12 Russian 6-Pounder

Lower Gun Deck24 Russian 30-Pounder

Upper Gun Deck24 Russian 12-Pounder

Quarterdeck/Forecastle16 Russian 4-Pounder

1715 - 1719CaptainMartin P Gosler (d.1735)W0441720CaptainMartin P Gosler (d.1735)W0441722CaptainMartin P Gosler (d.1735)W0441724CaptainMartin P Gosler (d.1735)W044

1715Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1716Peter I's flagship at the "Great Armament"RWAS

1716Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1717Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1718Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1719Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1721Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1722Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1724Cruised in the BalticRWAS

1727repairsRWAS

1731Found unfit for sea serviceRWAS

1738BeachedRWAS