Nominal Guns56M01
NationalityDutch Republic
OperatorAdmiralty of the Maze
ShipyardRotterdam Naval Yard - Rotterdam M01
ConstructorPaulus van ZwijndrechtM01
CategoryFourth RateM01
National RateFourth CharterM01
Ship TypeShip of the Line M01
Sailing RigShip RiggedM01


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentM01
Length of Gundeck145' 0"Amsterdam Feet41.0495 (134′ 7″ Imperial)
Breadth38' 0"Amsterdam Feet10.7578 (35′ 3″ Imperial)
Depth in Hold16' 0"Amsterdam Feet4.5296 (14′ 10″ Imperial)

Crew Complement

Date# of MenNotesSource
1703280 DWAS-1600

2 Commanding Officers

1704KapiteinJacob Jan van Cooperen (1688-1732)DWAS-16001711KapiteinN. van der MastDWAS-1600


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Posted by Pedro de Quintanilha e Mendoça on Tuesday 10th of March 2015 20:58

According to the official Portuguese gazette of the period, the Dutch men-of-war 'Lepelaar', 'Rossum', and 'Vredenhof', all commanded by Jacobo Vancoperen [sic], were several times in Lisbon while patrolling off the Barbary Coast in February-May 1726. ('Gazeta de Lisboa', N.º 20, 16 de Mayo de 1726, p. 160).

Another Dutch warship then present in Lisbon was the 'Oosterijk', commanded by Gisberto de Lange [sic], which left Lisbon on April 28 (ibid.).

The first three men-of-war first arrived from the Strait of Gibraltar in mid-February (ibid., N.º 8, 21 de Fevereiro de 1726, p. 56).
They are again mentioned in Lisbon in mid-March, when they left to cruise off the Barbary Coast (ibid., N.º 12, 21 de Março de 1726, p. 96).
They returned to Lisbon on April 19 (ibid., N.º 18, 2 de Mayo de 1726, p. 143).
They finally left Lisbon on May 20 (ibid., N.º 22, 30 de Mayo de 1726, p. 176, where the commanding officer is called Jacobo van Kooteren).

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