L'Amarante

14907
Amarante
Nominal Guns18ref:692
NationalityRoyaume de France
OperatorPrivate Owners
Launched1757ref:820
First Commissioned1759ref:820
Home PortSt Malo - Brittany ref:692
How acquiredPurpose builtref:820
ShipyardDieppe - Normandy ref:820
CategoryPrivateerref:692
National RateCinquième Rangref:692
Ship TypeUnknownref:692
Captured17.9.1762ref:692

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric Equivalentref:692
Burthen180French Tonneaux177.199 
DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric Equivalentref:820
Length of Keel75French Feet (Pied du Roi)0.406 (1′ 3″ Imperial)

Owners


DatesOwnerSource
1759 - 1760/02/28François Thurot (1727-1760)ref:692
1760/03 - 1760Louis PailletlesCorse
1761 - 1762/09/17René Auguste de Chateaubriand (1718-1786)ref:692

Crew Complement


Date# of MenNotesSource
175970 ref:692
1760234as complement Expedition Thurot (seamens and soldiers)ref:692
4.10.1760132(Avice + 10 lieutenants , 1 enseign , 2 surgeons , 1 chaplain , 117 seamens)ref:820
176160 ref:692
4.1761126(8 officiers , 118 seamens)ref:820

4 Commanding Officers


DatesRankNameSource
1759Corsaire CaptainAntoine Poureref:6921760Corsaire CaptainNicolas Dominique Pailletref:6924.10.1760 - 2.1761Corsaire CaptainClaude Dominique Avice (1711-1783)ref:82016.4.1761 - 17.9.1762Corsaire CaptainJoseph Brissonref:820

2 Commissioned Officers


DatesRankNameSource
4.10.1760 - 9.11.1760Corsaire Lieutenant Lelongref:8204.10.1760 - 2.1761Corsaire LieutenantPierre Petitref:820

Service History


DateEventSource
8.1760

Buy by Chateaubriand at a auction at St Malo after the capture of the "Villegenie" the 05/03/1760 : no date but after the rendition of the books of Villegenie

ref:820
10.1760

Took 12 prizes : "Phénix" , ...

ref:692
10.1760Took the Merchantman Neptune during the cruise of Captain Avice : no dateref:820
31.10.1760Took the Slave Ship Nouvel Eugène (1) at the enter of the Channelref:820
9.11.1760

Under Lieutenant Lelong , "Nouvel Eugène" carried to

Belle Île
ref:820
28.12.1760Took the Merchantman Prince Frederic (12) ref:820
1761

Took 3 prizes

ref:692
1761

Under Lieutenant Petit , "Prince Frederic" carried to the port

ref:820
24.1.1761

Took the brigantine "Friendship" , George Best, Master , who is ransomed .

ref:818
4.1761

Build value for the cruise under Captain Brisson : 54001 Livres Tournois

ref:820
16.4.1761

At the Cap Fréhel with the privateer "Providence" : society with the privateer "Providence" for cruising together

ref:820
17.9.1762Taken by Mars (74)

 

Previous comments on this page

Posted by regis on Tuesday 7th of March 2017 22:27

Error on my part
Second Amarante after the war , first with bavice and Brisson as Captains
Correction tomorrow
Régis


Posted by regis on Tuesday 7th of March 2017 22:20

Two Amarante , owner Chateaubriand , if my memory is good , first with Avice , after research , i will create a new ship

Régis


Posted by regis on Tuesday 7th of March 2017 22:10

Two Amarante , owner Chateaubriand , if my memory is good , first with Avice , after research , i will create a new ship

Régis


Posted by Robert Boon on Tuesday 7th of March 2017 21:06

Extract of a letter from Charles Town, South Carolina, March 21

Yesterday arrived the brigantine Friendship, George Best, Master, who was taken the 24th of January by the Amararthe privateer of St Malo's, Claude Dominique Airie, and ransomed.

The London Chronicle, Saturday May 9, 1761

Captain of the privateer is almost certainly Claude Dominique Avice, who is known to be based at St Malo.

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