DimensionsDimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentAGMABLength of Gundeck169' 6"Burgos Feet47.0854 (154′ 5″ Imperial)Length of Keel151' 6"Burgos Feet42.0713 (138′ 0″ Imperial)Breadth45' 4"Burgos Feet12.5556 (41′ 2″ Imperial)Depth in Hold22' 8"Burgos Feet6.2221 (20′ 4″ Imperial)Draught Aft22' 9"Burgos Feet6.2337 (20′ 5″ Imperial)Burthen1,138Ton
Armament1788Broadside Weight = 400 Spanish libre (431.6 lbs 183.6 kg)
|AGMAB||Lower Gun Deck24 Spanish 18-Pounder||Upper Gun Deck26 Spanish 12-Pounder||Quarterdeck/Forecastle8 Spanish 6-Pounder||Quarterdeck/Forecastle2 Spanish 4-Pound Pederoso1799Broadside Weight = 420 Spanish libre (453.18 lbs 192.78 kg)||AGMAB||Lower Gun Deck24 Spanish 18-Pounder||Upper Gun Deck26 Spanish 12-Pounder||Quarterdeck/Forecastle10 Spanish 8-Pounder||Quarterdeck/Forecastle4 Spanish 4-Pound Pederoso|
Date# of MenNotesSource
1 Commissioned OfficerDatesRankNameSource1781 - 20.12.1782Teniente de fragata Jose AdornoHNE
Service HistoryDateEventSource1781Under Adm. Luis de Cordoba's fleet for the 2nd Campaign of the English Channel.1781Travelled between El Ferrol and Cadiz.20.10.1782Battle of Cape Spartel12.1783Left Cadiz to Puerto Rico with Minno (54), Santa Bibiana & Santa Balbina transporting Rgt. of Cantabria troops.1785Left Cadiz to Havana with troops and returned with gold.1788Left Veracruz to Cadiz with gold.S00115.2.1788At Cadiz ready to depart for Havana20.10.1788Arrived to Cadiz with gold from Veracruz.S0013.1790Entered at Cadiz with San Ramon from La Habana.25.11.1790Left La Habana to Cadiz with gold.S0011791Transported troops to America? or Cadiz? with Asia, Minno & Soberano19.1.1791At La Habana with Soberano, Asia, Minno, Venus, Santa Bibiana & Aduana (privateer), embarked Pincesa & Naples Regts.S0016.5.1802At Cadiz1805At Cadiz.10.1805All his crew assigned among all Adm. Gravina's fleet for the battle of Trafalgar.1806At Cadiz.1807At Cadiz.1808At Cadiz bay, in ordinary, used as hulk for french prisioners.1808Refitted as a Unrated Prison Ship
1810At Cadiz bay, due to a heavy storm, runned ashored the french occupied side and was burnt.