Glatton

19441
Nominal Guns26W1812P
NationalityGreat Britain
OperatorEast India Company
Launched29.11.1792BWAS-1793
How acquiredPurpose builtBWAS-1793
ShipyardBlackwall - London BWAS-1793
Constructor John Wells (d.1794)BWAS-1793
CategoryMerchantW1812P
Ship TypeEast Indiaman BWAS-1793
Sailing RigShip RiggedBWAS-1793
Bought by the Navybef.4.1795BWAS-1793
BecomesBritish Fourth Rate ship of the line 'Glatton' (1795) (56)

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentBWAS-1793
Length of Gundeck163' 11 ¼"Imperial Feet49.6888 
Length of Keel133' 4 ¼"Imperial Feet40.5448 
Breadth41' 1"Imperial Feet12.5222 
Depth in Hold17' 0"Imperial Feet5.1816 
Burthen1,256 2194Tons BM 
DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentW1812P
Burthen1,221Tons BM 

Crew Complement


Date# of MenNotesSource
8.1793125 W1812P

1 Commanding Officer


DatesRankNameSource
18.2.1793 - 5.1.1785Captain (HEIC) Charles DrummondIORMAR

Service History


DateEventSource
22.8.1793Issued with a Letter of Marque as a PrivateerE-WIKI


Notes on Ship


EIC JournalIORMAR

Built by Wells, launched 1792, 3 decks, 4in bottom, length 165ft 1½in, keel 133ft 4½in, breadth 42ft 1in, hold 17ft, wing transom 25ft 9in, port cell 29ft 2in, waist 3ft 8in, between decks 6ft 6in, ports 14 middle & upper, deck range 97ft 9in, 1256 tons.

Principal Managing Owner:

Richard Neave.

Voyages:

(1) 1792/3 China. Capt Charles Drummond. Portsmouth 22 May 1793 - 10 Nov Manila - 24 Nov Whampoa - 17 Feb 1794 Second Bar - 18 Jun St Helena - 12 Sep Long Reach.



 

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