Le Galion de Guise17670
Nominal Guns58FWIKI
NationalityRoyaume de France
OperatorMarine Royale
Ordered1618/05/29NNF-1610
Keel Laid Down1619/12NNF-1610
Acquired1620/05NNF-1610
First Commissioned1621/07
ShipyardAmsterdam NNF-1610
CategoryFirst RateFWIKI
Ship TypeShip
Sunk in Action1642/07/02NNF-1610

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentNNF-1610
Length of Gundeck134' 0"French Feet (Pied du Roi)43.5232 (142′ 9″ Imperial)
Length of Keel108' 0"French Feet (Pied du Roi)35.0784 (115′ 1″ Imperial)
Breadth38' 0"French Feet (Pied du Roi)12.3424 (40′ 5″ Imperial)
Depth in Hold16' 0"French Feet (Pied du Roi)5.1968 (17′ 0″ Imperial)

Armament

1642Broadside Weight = 528 French Livre (556 lbs 258.456 kg) NNF-1610
Gun Deck14French 36-Pounder
Gun Deck2French 24-Pounder
Gun Deck26French 18-Pounder
Gun Deck3French 8-Pounder
Gun Deck3French 4-Pounder

Crew Complement

Date# of MenNotesSource
1642540NNF-1610

Commanders

FromToRankNameSource
16211622Vice-AmiralTheodore de MantinNNF-1610
16221625Amiral de FranceCharles de LorraineNNF-1610
16281628Amiral de FranceCharles de LorraineNNF-1610
16361636Amiral de Francede NantesNNF-1610
16371638Amiral de FranceTheodore de MantinNNF-1610
16391639Amiral de FranceChevalier Hercule de CangeNNF-1610
16421642/07/01Amiral de FranceChevalier Hercule de CangeNNF-1610

Service History

DateEvent Source
1642/07/01Battle of Barcelona 


Sources

IDDescriptionAuthorType
FWIKI Wikipedia - FranceVariousWeb Site
NNF-1610 Nomenclature des Navires Français de 1610 à 1661Alain DemerliacBook
 
Previous comments on this page

Posted by Cy on Thursday 2nd of March 2017 20:40

THe nominal number of guns when built in 1619/20 was 58. THe count of 48 is from a list of 1642. They are both correct.


Posted by Pere Cristofol on Thursday 2nd of March 2017 17:22

The number of guns is 48 instead of 58.

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