Wapen van Rotterdam

12002
Nominal Guns70W006
NationalityDutch Republic
OperatorVOC Rotterdam
Acquired1666W006
ShipyardRotterdam - Holland W006
CategoryMerchantW006
Ship TypeEast Indiaman W006
Sailing RigShip RiggedW006
Captured2.1674W006
BecomesBritish Third Rate ship of the line 'Arms of Rotterdam' (1674) (60)

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric Equivalent
Length of Gundeck160' 0"Amsterdam Feet45.296 (148′ 7″ Imperial)
Breadth38' 0"Amsterdam Feet10.7578 (35′ 3″ Imperial)
Depth in Hold18' 5"Amsterdam Feet5.1119 (16′ 9″ Imperial)

3 Commanding Officers


DatesRankNameSource
1667 - 29.6.1669UnknownGert Lambert BastiaanszW0344.1670 - 2.1674UnknownJan Thomas van der PotW0341673 - 14.3.1673/74KapiteinJacob Martens CloetEWIKI

Service History


DateEventSource
5.10.1667Sailed from Goeree for Batavia via the Cape of Good HopeW034
9.2.1667/68Arrived at the Cape of Good HopeW034
10.4.1668Left the Cape of Good HopeW034
9.6.1668Arrived in BataviaW034
1.12.1668Left BataviaW034
1.3.1668/69Arrived at the Cape of Good HopeW034
24.3.1668/69Left the Cape of Good HopeW034
29.6.1669Arrived in GoereeW034
30.4.1670Left Goeree bound for BataviaW034
15.8.1670Arrived at the Cape of Good HopeW034
28.8.1670Left the Cape of Good HopeW034
27.10.1670Arrived in BataviaW034
20.12.1671Left BataviaW034
30.3.1672Arrived at the Cape of Good HopeW034
24.4.1672Left the Cape of Good HopeW034
3.8.1672Arrived in EemsW034
16.12.1673Sailed from the Texel bound for the Dutch East Indies
2.1674Taken in the Shetlands by the Newcastle, Cambridge and Crown
2.1674Taken by Cambridge (68)
4.3.1673/74Battle of Ronas Voe

 

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