San Isidro

12761
Nominal Guns603DECKS
NationalitySpain
OperatorArmada Real
Keel Laid Down17283DECKS
Launched17303DECKS
How acquiredPurpose built3DECKS
ShipyardGuarnizo - Spain 3DECKS
Designed byJosé Antonio de Gaztañeta (1656-1728)3DECKS
ConstructorCiprián Autrán (1697-1773)3DECKS
CategoryFourth Rate3DECKS
Ship TypeShip of the Line 3DECKS
Sailing RigShip Rigged3DECKS
Wrecked2.3.1742/433DECKS

2 Commanding Officers


DatesRankNameSource
1741 - 1742Capitan de navioIgnacio Dauteville3DECKS1743 - 2.3.1742/43Capitan de navioGil Fernando Lage de Cueilly3DECKS

1 Flag Officer


DatesRankNameSource
10.1732 - 1732Capitan GeneralFrancisco Javier Cornejo y Vallejo3DECKS

Service History


DateEventSource
1731At Liorna disembarked troops.3DECKS
1.1731Arrived to El Ferrol with Adm. Cornejo's fleet.3DECKS
20.4.1731Left El Ferrol to Cadiz with 6-7 more ships/merchantmen.3DECKS
21.8.1731Left Cadiz to Barcelona with more ships to join Adm. del Mari's fleet.3DECKS
17.10.1731Left Barcelona with Adm. del Mari's fleet to Liorna.3DECKS
18.6.1732Left Alicante to Oran under Adm. Cornejo's fleet.3DECKS
29.6.1732Arrived to Oran and disembarked troops.3DECKS
2.9.1732Entered at Cadiz with Adn. Cornejo]'s fleet.3DECKS
10.1732Left Cadiz to El Ferrol with Santiago.3DECKS
28.10.1732Entered at El Ferrol.3DECKS
5.1734At Cadiz.3DECKS
28.9.1734Sunk 2 argelian ships with Guipuzcoa, Principe & Galga near Cartagena.3DECKS
1735Missions at italian coasts.3DECKS
1736Under Adm. Pizarro's fleet.3DECKS
1736Left Cadiz with 7 ships passing thru La Spezia and Liorna.3DECKS
1739At El Ferrol unarmed.3DECKS
1740At El Ferrol armed.3DECKS
1741At El Ferrol under Adm. Navarro's squadron left to Cadiz.3DECKS
1741Arrived to Cadiz.3DECKS
15.11.1741Left Cadiz with Adm. Navarro's squadron to Barcelona.3DECKS
1742At Italy.3DECKS
14.1.1741/42Left Barcelona with Adm. Navarro's fleet to Toulon.3DECKS
23.2.1741/42Entered at Toulon, blocked by a british fleet.3DECKS
1743Arrived alone to Ajaccio with a mission from Toulon, damaged from storms.3DECKS
2.3.1742/43His captain wrecks the ship at Ajjacio due to the presence of 8 british ships under Comodoro William Martin.3DECKS
2.3.1742/43Sinking of the San Isidoro


Sources


IDDescriptionAuthorType
3DECKS3decks - Naval Sailing Warfare HistoryManu BlascoWeb Site
 

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