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Berid-i Fütuh

Nominal Guns32W006
NationalityOttoman Empire
OperatorState Navy
How acquiredPurpose builtW006
ShipyardKemer W006
CategoryFifth RateW006
Ship TypeFrigate W006
Sailing RigShip Rigged
Last known1790W006


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentW006
Length of Keel37.5Turkish Zirai28.046 (92′ 0″ Imperial)
DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric Equivalentref:1667
Length of Gundeck35.25Meters115′ 7″ Imperial
Breadth11.37Meters37′ 3″ Imperial
Depth in Hold4.93Meters16′ 2″ Imperial
Burthen690Tons BM 


1774Broadside Weight = 59.5 Turkish Okka (168.266 lbs 76.3266 kg)ref:666
Lower Gun Deck16 Turkish 5-Okka Gun
Upper Gun Deck10 Turkish 3-Okka Gun
Quarterdeck/Forecastle6 Turkish 1.5-Okka Gun

Crew Complement

Date# of MenNotesSource
177230037.5 and 38 zira, Ottoman Karavele galleons staffed for war 300 sailors. In peacetime, personnel are variable. usually consists of 250 sailors.ref:1667


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Posted by Hilmi on Monday 19th of April 2021 22:46

Berid-i Fütuh (1772) 37,5 Zira. (Between 1750 and 1790, it was the most widely built Sagir Caravelle Model.).

Length of Gundeck: 35,25 meters (From formula).
Length of Keel: 28,43 meters. (37,5 Zira).
Breadth: 11,37 meters. (15 Zira).
Depth of Hold: 4,93 meters. (Possible Hatch depth).
TONAJ (Bruthen): 690 tons.

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