San Julian

Nominal Guns64TODO
OperatorArmada Real
Home Port TODO
ShipyardCartagena - Spain TODO
CategoryThird RateTODO
Ship TypeShip of the Line TODO
Sailing RigShip RiggedTODO

16 Commanding Officers

14.9.1781 - 12.1782BrigadierFrancisco Hidalgo de Cisneros y la Torre12.1782 - 1783Capitan de navioAntonio Chacon1783Capitan de navioDomingo de Nava21.5.1787 - 1787Capitan de navioAntonio Moreno4.1790 - 1790Capitan de navioPedro de Cardenas2.1793 - 1793Capitan de navioBruno Heceta3.1795 - 1795BrigadierPedro Pineda13.1.1796 - 1796Capitan de navioAgustín Villavicencio16.4.1803 - 7.1803Capitan de navioDon Felipe Antonio Jado de Cagigal7.1803 - 1803Capitan de navioJose Ramon de Vargas y Varaez15.5.1805 - 1816Capitan de navioFraincisco Antonio Moruelle de la Rue3.7.1805 - 18.8.1805Capitan de navioJose Maria de Bustillo27.5.1807 - 29.8.1808Capitan de navioJose Maria de Bustillo28.12.1809 - 29.6.1810Capitan de navioMiquel Maria Gaston de Iriarte1817 - 1820Capitan de navioAngel Laborde y Navarro14.4.1820 - 19.8.1820Capitan de navioJose Primo de Rivera y Ortiz de Pinedo

1 Flag Officer

12.1782 - 1783Teniente GeneralFrancisco Hidalgo de Cisneros y la Torre

Service History

9.1781Set in commission at Cartagena.
1.10.1781Commodore D. Francisco Hidalgo get on board at the ship in Cartagena.
3.1782Left Cadiz with Miño (54) scorting 11 merchantmen to La Habana.
24.3.1782Due to a heavy storm, entered back at Mediterranean Miño (54) and 6 merchantmen.
7.4.1782Back to Cadiz, departed with San Rafael, Miño, San Eugenio, Astuto & Asuncion (34) to patrol Cape Spartel.
22.4.1782Due to heavy winds, entered all at Malaga harbour.
7.5.1782With good winds, all left Malaga to Cadiz scorting 9 transports with troops destination America.
10.5.1782Due to winds change, returned all to Malaga.
19.5.1782All the above with Santa Isabel (80) and a french convoy from Marsella left again to Cadiz.
28.8.1782At Algeciras bay with San Rafael, San Lorenzo, San Eugenio, Astuto, Miño (54) & minor vessel Tartaro
9.9.1782Assault & bombing of Gibraltar.
12.9.1782Joinned the arriving fleet of Adm. Cordoba at Algeciras.
20.10.1782Battle of Cape Spartel
22.10.1782At the Battle of Cape Spartel did not get into the action.
12.1782Patrolled with other 8 SoL Cape Spartel until the end of the war with Great Britain.
1783Left Cadiz to the Pacific sea spanish posessions.
1787At Veracruz, left to La Habana with gold.S001
23.2.1787At Cadiz, set in commission to travel to Veracruz with the new Virrey de Nuevo Mexico D. Manuel Antonio Flores.
21.5.1787Left Cadiz to Veracruz with D. Manuel Antonio Flores.
18.7.1787Arrived to Veracruz.
1788Arrived to La Habana.S001
7.9.1788Arrived to Cadiz from La Habana.
4.1790Left Cadiz at the end of april to Veracruz with azogues.
16.7.1790Left Veracruz to La Habana with over 3 million in gold and goods.
1805At El Ferrol, set in ordinary, his crew was assigned among Adm. Gravina's fleet.TODO
1810At Cadiz, as hulk battery for harbour defenses versus french troops siege.TODO
1813Left to Filipinas, passing thru Canton, Java, Bombay & Calcuta.TODO
19.7.1819Tranfered to the spanish Royal Company of Filipinas.TODO
1830Broken up.TODO


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