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12802
San Rosendo
Nominal Guns743DECKS
NationalitySpain
OperatorArmada Real
Launched1.2.17793DECKS
How acquiredPurpose built3DECKS
ShipyardReal Astillero de Esteiro - Ferrol 3DECKS
CategoryThird Rate3DECKS
Ship TypeShip of the Line 3DECKS
Sailing RigShip Rigged3DECKS
Broken Up11.6.18083DECKS

Armament


1.2.1779Broadside Weight = 670 Spanish libre (722.93 lbs 307.53 kg)ref:1266
Lower Gun Deck28 Spanish 24-Pounder
Upper Gun Deck30 Spanish 18-Pounder
Quarterdeck/Forecastle16 Spanish 8-Pounder

Crew Complement


Date# of MenNotesSource
1.2.1779550 ref:1266

5 Ship Commanders


DatesRankNameSource
7.4.1782 - 1782Capitan de navio
Juan ObandoSpanish
Naval Sailor
Service 1732-1832
1785Capitan de navio
Baltasar de Sesma y ZaylordaSpanish
Naval Sailor
Service 1735-1835
1795 - 16.6.1795Capitan de navio
Luis SantiestibanSpanish
Naval Sailor
Service 1745-1845
16.6.1795 - 1795Capitan de navio
Jose LorenzoSpanish
Naval Sailor
Service 1745-1845
1810Brigadier de marina
Ignacio de OlaetaSpanish
Naval Sailor
Service 1760-1860

Service History


DateEventSource
6.1779At Cadiz under Adm. Cordoba's fleet for the 1st Campaign of the English Channel.
1780Under Adm. Cordoba's fleet for the siege and blocking at the strait of Gibraltar.
8.1781Left Cadiz under Adm. Cordoba's fleet for the 2nd Campaign of the English Channel.
3.1782Left Cadiz with San Julian (64) scorting 11 merchantmen to La Habana.
24.3.1782Due to strong winds & storms, got back to Cadiz with San Julian (64), and the merchants between Cadiz and Algeciras
7.4.1782Left Cadiz under Com. Cisneros with San Julian (64), San Rafael (74), San Eugenio (74), Astuto (74) & Asuncion (34) to
22.4.1782Strong west winds make Com. Cisneros' squadron enter at Malaga, waiting for better winds.
7.5.1782Finally, Com. Cisneros' squadron left Malaga to Cadiz, scorting 9 transports with troops to America.
10.5.1782West winds the day before make them enter back at Malaga.
19.5.1782Com. Cisneros' squadron left Malaga with Santa Isabel (74), balandra Paloma, a french convoy from Marsella & the 9
28.8.1782Com. Cisneros' squadron entered at Algeciras, to join the siege & assault to Gibraltar Campaign.
9.9.1782At the grand attack to Gibraltar.
10.9.1782Entered back to Algeciras.
12.9.1782Com. Cisneros' squadron & french warships joinned Adm. Cordoba's fleet at Algeciras bay.
20.10.1782Battle of Cape Spartel
22.10.1782Battle of Cape Spartel, did not take part in the action.
12.1783Left Cadiz to Puerto Rico with Castilla (64), Santa Bibiana (34) & Santa Balbina (34) with Rgt. Cantabria troops.
1785At Cadiz in ordinary.
9.1785Around autum is set in commission at Cadiz.
26.1.1786Left Cadiz to Argel with 700,000 pesos as paidment of a peace treaty.
2.1786Arrived to Argel.
2.1786Entered at Cartage with the crew sick, stayed under quarentine.
20.5.1786Left Cartagena to Constantinople with Prince Muley Abdelmelek of Marrocco, 2 embassadors & 104 passengers.
1.8.1786Arrived to Constantinople, for a diplomatic commission.
10.8.1786Hold a dinner for embasors & local authorities at Constantinople.
18.8.1786Left Constantinople back to Spain.
23.9.1786Entered at Mahon for water in his way back to Cartagena.
19.1.1791Left La Habana with Soberano (74), Asia (74), Castilla (64), Venus (34), urca or frigate? Santa Bibiana & Aduana (privateer),
16.11.1793Left Cadiz to Puerto Rico with Venus (34) and urca Santa Bibiana scorting mechantmen with goods and mercury.
1794Transports gold, food & supplies from/to Veracruz to/from La Habana with Venus (34) and urca or frigate? Santa Bibiana
6.1.1794Arrived to Puerto Rico with Venus (34) and urca or frigate? Santa Bibiana scorting mechantmen with goods and mercury.
16.2.1794Left Puerto Rico to La Habana with Venus (34) and urca or frigate? Santa Bibiana scorting mechantmen.
7.7.1794Left La Habana to Cadiz with San Isidro (74), scorted until Bermudas Islands by San Leandro (64) & Santa Isabel (74) carring
3.9.1794Arrived to Cadiz with San Isidro (74), carring 2,823,144 pesos for the King, 8,010,512 for particulars, tobacco, sugar & other
1795At Cadiz.
5.1796Left Cadiz with Santa Rosa (34) to Trieste for mercury for Veracruz.
6.1796At the waters off Cartagena are joinned by Astuto (74)
1797At Trieste with Astuto (74) & Santa Rosa (34) under command of Marqueese Spinola.
4.1.1800At Palermo with Astuto (74) & Santa Rosa (34) under Com. Cisneros, loaded with mercury & blocked by british forces.
9.1800Set in ordinary at Cartagena.
15.10.1800Arrived to Cartagena with Astuto (74) & Santa Rosa (34) under Com. Cisneros, loaded with mercury after breaking british
6.1802About at the middle of the year, left Cadiz to Veracruz with mercury, passengers & supplies.
11.4.1804Entered at Cadiz from La Habana with urca Presentacion
12.1804At El Ferrol in ordinary.
1805At El Ferrol in ordinary.
1808At Cadiz under Adm. Apocada's squadron.
9.6.1808At the battle of Cadiz vs. Rosilly's french squadron.
1.6.1808Ordered to be broke up? Looks like due to need of naval units was repaired and set in commission later.
1810Left Spain to Veracruz with mercury, minning goods & supplies.
2.12.1810Arrived to Veracruz with mercury, minning goods & supplies.
1811Left La Corunna to Veracruz with Algeciras (74) & Venganza (34), transporting 600 men from Asturias Rgt.
22.7.1811Arrived to Cadiz from Veracruz & La Habana with 3,750,582 pesos fuertes, shoes, clothes & horses.
1812Left Veracruz to La Habana with corvette Sebastiana, private frigates Mariana & N S del Rosario with 4.5 million pesos
14.1.1812Entered at Veracruz with Algeciras (74) & Venganza (34), disembarking 600 men from Asturias Rgt.
18.7.1812Arrived to La Habana from Veracruz with corvette Sebastiana, private frigates Mariana & N S del Rosario and 4.5 million
29.7.1812Left La Habana to Cadiz with corvette Sebastiana, private frigates Mariana & N S del Rosario with 4.5 million pesos &
11.9.1812Arrived to Cadiz with corvette Sebastiana, private frigates Mariana & N S del Rosario with 4.5 million pesos & goods.
6.1813Around the middle of summer, at La Habana is careened.
4.12.1813Left La Habana to Cadiz.
1814Broken up at Cadiz.

 

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