Aziia

10791
Nominal Guns54RWAS
NationalityRussia
OperatorBaltic Sea
Keel Laid Down27.2.1764RWAS
Launched13.6.1766RWAS
How acquiredPurpose builtRWAS
ShipyardArchangelsk - Arctic Ocean RWAS
Ship ClassPyotr II ClassRWAS
ConstructorI. V. JamesRWAS
CategoryFourth RateRWAS
Ship TypeShip of the Line RWAS
Sailing RigShip RiggedRWAS
Wrecked9.2.1773RWAS

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentRWAS
Length of Gundeck143' 0"Imperial Feet43.5864 
Breadth38' 0"Imperial Feet11.5824 
Depth in Hold16' 7"Imperial Feet4.9064 

Armament


1768Broadside Weight = 310 Russian Artillery Pound (337.9 lbs 153.264 kg)RWAS
Lower Gun Deck22 Russian 18-Pounder
Upper Gun Deck24 Russian 8-Pounder
Quarterdeck/Forecastle8 Russian 4-Pounder

1770Broadside Weight = 338 Russian Artillery Pound (368.42 lbs 167.1072 kg)RWAS
Lower Gun Deck2 Russian 1-Pood Edinorog (1767)
Lower Gun Deck20 Russian 18-Pounder
Upper Gun Deck2 Russian 1/2-Pood Edinorog
Upper Gun Deck22 Russian 8-Pounder
Quarterdeck/Forecastle8 Russian 4-Pounder

Service History


DateEventSource
7.1768Sailed from ArchangelRWAS
10.1768Arrived in KronstadtRWAS
1769Cruised in the BalticRWAS
15.6.1770Left Revel as part of the 3rd Arkhipelago squadronRWAS
25.12.1770Arrived at AuzaRWAS
1771Bombarded MitilenoRWAS
1772Blockade of the DardanellesRWAS
1772repairs at Yauza - Russia RWAS
7.2.1773Sailed from Mikono bound for the Imbros penninsulaRWAS
9.2.1773Lost off Mikono with no survivorsRWAS

 

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