Veere

1240
Kampveere
Ter Veere
Nominal Guns40DWAS-1600
NationalityDutch Republic
OperatorAdmiralty of Zealand
Launched1653DWAS-1600
How acquiredPurpose builtDWAS-1600
ShipyardVeere - Zeeland - Walcheren DWAS-1600
Constructor Geleyn KeyserDWAS-1600
CategoryFourth RateDWAS-1600
Ship TypeShip of the Line
Sailing RigShip Rigged
Captured5.1673DWAS-1600
BecomesBritish Fourth Rate ship of the line 'Arms of Terver' (1673) (44)

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentDWAS-1600
Length of Gundeck130' 0"Amsterdam Feet36.803 (120′ 8″ Imperial)
Breadth33' 0"Amsterdam Feet9.3423 (30′ 7″ Imperial)
Depth in Hold13' 5 ½"Amsterdam Feet3.6932 (12′ 1″ Imperial)

Armament


1665Broadside Weight = 234.5 Dutch pound (255.3705 lbs 115.86645 kg)DWAS-1600
Gun Deck4 Dutch 24-Pounder
Gun Deck2 Dutch 18-Pounder
Gun Deck2 Dutch 15-Pounder
Gun Deck14 Dutch 12-Pounder
Gun Deck5 Dutch 9-Pounder
Gun Deck5 Dutch 8-Pounder
Gun Deck6 Dutch 6-Pounder
Gun Deck2 Dutch 5-Pounder
Gun Deck2 Dutch 4-Pounder

Crew Complement


Date# of MenNotesSource
7.165490 DWAS-1600
6.1665226 DWAS-1600
1672214 DWAS-1600

5 Commanding Officers


DatesRankNameSource
1654Kapitein Pieter GorcumDWAS-16001656Kapitein Joost Willemszoon BlockDWAS-16001665Schout-bij-nacht Adriaen van Trappen Banckert (1615-1684)DWAS-16001666 - 1667Kapitein Adriaan de HaazeW0111672Kapitein Adriaan van CruiningenDWAS-1600

Service History


DateEventSource
1.6.1666Four Days Battle
25.7.1666St James Day Battle
28.5.1672Battle of Solebay

 

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