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Nominal Guns14E-WIKI
OperatorArmada Real
First Commissioned1789E-WIKI
Home Port E-WIKI
How acquiredPurpose builtE-WIKI
ShipyardCartagena - Murcia E-WIKI
Ship TypeBrig
Deleted from list1818E-WIKI

1 Ship Commander

1789 - 1794Capitan de fragata
Alessandro MalaspinaSpanish
Naval Sailor

1 Commissioned Officer

1789 - 1794Teniente de fragata
Felipe BauzaSpanish
Naval Sailor

Service History

30.7.1789Sailed from Cadiz bound for Montivideo in company with
Atrevida (16) 1789-1807
Spanish 16 Gun
Unrated Corvette


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Posted by Javier Martinez Casares on Thursday 27th of May 2021 20:40

Hi, when searching about the Malaspina ships, I also check this page contents about Atrevida and Descubierta. Both are cornetes, no brigs as both were three mast vessels: vessels were 33.3 m (109 ft) long with a beam of 8.7 m (29 ft), a depth of hold of 4.3 m (14 ft), and a tonnage of 306 toneladas. The complement of both the Descubierta and the Atrevida was 104. Their armament consisted of originally on 22 8-pdr and 4 6-pdr cannons on the quarterdeck.
For the scientific travel they had 16 6-pdr insted the 8-pdr guns, and the 4 6-pdr of the quarterdeck remains.

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