San Sebastian y las Animas

16651
Nominal Guns12BWAS-1714
NationalitySpain
OperatorPrivate Owners
Acquired1740BWAS-1714
Home PortSan Sebastian - Spain BWAS-1714
ShipyardSan Sebastian - Spain BWAS-1714
CategoryPrivateerBWAS-1714
Ship TypeBrig BWAS-1714
Captured23.5.1740BWAS-1714
BecomesBritish sloop 'Deptford Prize' (1740) (8)

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentBWAS-1714
Length of Gundeck73' 7"Imperial Feet22.3097 
Length of Keel59' 8"Imperial Feet18.0058 
Breadth21' 6"Imperial Feet6.5532 
Burthen146 6994Tons BM 

Crew Complement


Date# of MenNotesSource
1740114Nominal CrewBG
23.5.174091When takenBG

1 Commanding Officer


DatesRankNameSource
1740 - 23.5.1740Capitan de CorsarioPablo de ArbezBG

Service History


DateEventSource
23.5.1740Taken by Deptford (60) off UshantBG


Notes on Ship


CaptureBG

Portmouth, June 1.

This day came in his Majesty's Ship the Deptford , Captain Pocklington, Commander and brought in a Spanish Privateer called the St. Sebastian y las Animas, commanded by Don Pablo de Arbez. She carried 12 guns and 114 men ; but when taken had but 91.



 

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Posted by Robert Boon on Saturday 11th of February 2017 00:48

Portsmouth, June 1.
This Day came in his Majesty's Ship the Deptford, Capt. Pocklington, Commander, and brought in a Spanish Privateer called the St. Sebastian y las animas, commanded by Don Pablo de Arbez. She carried 12 Guns and
114 Men; but when taken had but 91.

London Gazette Publication date:3 June 1740 Issue:7916 Page:1

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