Le Victorieux

1929
Nominal Guns94NNF-1715
NationalityRoyaume de France
OperatorMarine Royale
Keel Laid Down4.1690NNF-1715
Launched1.1691NNF-1715
First Commissioned4.1691NNF-1715
How acquiredPurpose builtNNF-1715
ShipyardRochefort - Aunis NNF-1715
ConstructorHonoré MalletNNF-1715
CategoryFirst RateNNF-1715
National RatePremier RangNNF-1715
Ship TypeShip of the Line NNF-1715
Sailing RigShip RiggedNNF-1715
Broken Up1719NNF-1715

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentNNF-1661
Length of Gundeck156' 0"French Feet (Pied du Roi)50.6688 (166′ 2″ Imperial)
Breadth43' 4"French Feet (Pied du Roi)14.0025 (45′ 11″ Imperial)
Depth in Hold18' 0"French Feet (Pied du Roi)5.8464 (19′ 2″ Imperial)

Armament


1692Broadside Weight = 898 French Livre (969.1216 lbs 439.571 kg)NNF-1715
Lower Gun Deck28 French 36-Pounder
Middle Gun Deck28 French 18-Pounder
Upper Gun Deck28 French 8-Pounder
Quarterdeck/Forecastle10 French 6-Pounder

Crew Complement


Date# of MenNotesSource
16927099 officers, 700 menNNF-1715

2 Commanding Officers


DatesRankNameSource
5.1691 - 14.8.1691Lieutenant-Général des armées navales Phillippe Le Valois (Marquis de Villette-Mursay) (1632-1707)ref:6871692Capitaine de Vaisseau Claude-Thomas Renart de Fuchsamberg (1st Marquis d'Amblimont) (1642-1700)FWIKI

Service History


DateEventSource
1717Condemned at RochefortNNF-1715
1719Broken up at RochefortNNF-1715


Fleets

DatesFleetFleet CommanderSource
25.6.1691-14.8.1691Campagne du Grand Large Anne Hilarion de Costentin (Chevalier de Tourville) (1642-1701) 
 

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