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Fuerte

12758
Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe
Nominal Guns60
NationalitySpain
OperatorArmada Real
Acquired1727
Home Port 
ShipyardHavana - Cuba
Designed by
José Antonio de GaztañetaSpanish
Naval Sailor
Designer
Ship Builder
Service 1693-1728
CategoryFourth Rate
Ship TypeShip of the Line
Sailing RigShip Rigged
Broken Up1759

6 Ship Commanders


DatesRankNameSource
15.12.1729 - 1729Capitan de navio
Domingo JustinianiSpanish
Naval Sailor
3DECKS
1732Capitan de navio
Gabriel de MendinuetaSpanish
Naval Sailor
3DECKS
1734Capitan de navio
Domingo JustinianiSpanish
Naval Sailor
3DECKS
1738Capitan de navio
Francisco de OquendoSpanish
Naval Sailor
3DECKS
1753Capitan de navio
Manuel de GuiriorSpanish
Naval Sailor
Service 1716-1816
3DECKS
1756Capitan de navio
Nicolas de las CasasSpanish
Naval Sailor
3DECKS

Service History


DateEventSource
1727Left La Habana to Cadiz.
5.3.1726/27Arrived to Cadiz.
15.12.1729Left Cadiz to Cartagena de Indias with N S del Pilar (Lanfranco)
1730Patrolled Caribbean sea, captured 3 frigates and 8 small smugglering ships (most dutch).
2.1730Arrived to Cartagena de Indias
7.1730At Portobello.
8.1730At Cartagena de Indias.
1732Entered at Cadiz with 4 million pesos.
1733Back to Cartagena de Indias.
1734Entered at Cadiz with 5 million pesos.
1735Set to careen at Cartagena.
1735Left Cadiz to America.
12.5.1735Left Veracruz to La Habana & Spain with Nueva Espanna & San Jose.
1.9.1735Entered at Cadiz.
1737Left Cartagena de Indias to Cadiz.
4.2.1736/37Left Cadiz with Conquistador & 6 merchantmen.
16.3.1736/37Arrived 8 days later than Conquistador with 5 merchantmen (1 lost by storm) to Cartagena de Indias.
1738Arrived to Cadiz with 5 million pesos.
1739At Cadiz.
3.1739/40Left Cadiz to El Ferrol.
7.1740Left El Ferrol to America.
10.1740Entered at La Habana due to a storm.
1743Assigned to capture the crew from british Tiger at Tortuga Island (failed).
1743Back to La Habana.
1745Left Rio de la Plata to Cadiz.
1745Left Cadiz? back to La Habana?.
6.5.1745Arrived to Cadiz? with 807,461 pesos.
1746At the end of the year, captured british merchant frigates Harrington & Prince Charles near Matanzas (Cuba).
1746Assigned to the fleet of Veracruz (Armada de Barlovento).
12.8.1748Left Veracruz with Galga to La Habana because the Armada de Barlovento was disolved.
1752Left La Habana to Cadiz.
20.9.1752Arrived to Cadiz with 7 million pesos.
1753At El Ferrol.
1753Left El Ferrol to La Habana.
1755At La Habana.
6.8.1756Arrived to Cadiz with Asia, America, Jupiter & Mercurio with 8,460,659 gold & silver pesos and other goods.GDM01
1759Out of service at Cadiz?

 

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