Santa Isabel

Nominal Guns60
OperatorArmada Real
Home PortBilbao - Biscay
ShipyardGuarnizo - Spain
CategoryFourth Rate
Ship TypeShip of the Line
Sailing RigShip Rigged

Service History

11.8.1718Battle of Cape Passaro

Notes on Ship

Later history
Not taken into the Royal Navy. Instead she was laid up. Following the Treaty of Seville in 1729, the British offered to return her to Spain, but she was found to have rotted at her moorings and was instead broken up.



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