San Nicolò

20290
Nominal Guns48W006
NationalityVenice
OperatorState Navy
Ordered30.3.1675W006
Keel Laid Down1677W006
Launched4.4.1685B015
How acquiredPurpose builtB015
ShipyardVenice
Ship ClassDrago Allungati ClassW006
Constructor Stefano Conti
CategoryFourth RateW006
National RateSecondo RangoW006
Ship TypeShip of the Line W006
Sailing RigShip RiggedW006
Broken Up18.12.1717

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric Equivalentref:617
Length of Gundeck111.00Venetian Piedi38.5947 (126′ 7″ Imperial)
Length of Keel95.00Venetian Piedi33.0315 (108′ 4″ Imperial)
Breadth29.00Venetian Piedi10.0833 (33′ 1″ Imperial)
Depth in Hold26.00Venetian Piedi9.0402 (29′ 7″ Imperial)

Armament


4.4.1685Broadside Weight = 364 Venetian Libbre Sottili (241.696 lbs 113.204 kg)ref:617
Lower Gun Deck22 Venetian 20-Pounder
Upper Gun Deck22 Venetian 12-Pounder
Quarterdeck/Forecastle4 Venetian 6-Pounder

3 Commanding Officers


DatesRankNameSource
3.1684/85 - 1693Capitano Otavio Bollaniref:6171694 - 1696Capitano Alessandro Mostratoref:6171697 - 1698Capitano Nicolò Armeniref:617

Service History


DateEventSource
8.9.16902nd Battle of Mytilene
22.8.1696Battle of Andros

 

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Posted by Alexander Armenis on Sunday 26th of April 2020 14:56

Good day, this ship under the command of Capt. Nicolo Armeni from Corfu participated in the 1716 Siege of Corfu in the Venetian Armada.

Translated from Italian:

Nicolo Armeni: Naval Captain who served in the Venetian fleet as ‘Capitano di Nave’ during the Ottoman siege of Corfu in 1716. In 1717 he was enslaved at Nauplion by the Ottomans who returned from the Siege of Corfu. He was forced to serve on the ship of the Ottoman Admiral, Pasha Giannum Cioga ‘Giannum Hotza'. During the same year (1717) he escaped during the night and fled to the island of Hydra, moving to another island in the archipelago. The Ottoman Admiral put a bounty of 1000 Zecchini on his head leading the Greeks to capture him. The Greeks from the island led him in a small boat to the Ottoman Admiral but were stopped en-route by a Maltese corsair. The Greeks pretended to be passengers on their way to work when the Captain revealed his true identity. He was set free and taken onboard the Maltese corsair (tartane) after which the small Greek boat was sent to the bottom of the sea with its entire crew.

Regards,

Alexander Armenis

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