Meerweib

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Panna Wodna
Nominal Guns12EWIKI
NationalityPolish–Lithuanian Commonwealth
OperatorPolish–Lithuanian Commonwealth Navy
Launched1623ref:1236
First Commissioned1627EWIKI
How acquiredPurpose builtref:1236
ShipyardGdańsk ref:1236
CategorySixth RateEWIKI
Ship TypePink ref:1236
Captured1632ref:1236
BecomesSwedish Sixth Rate ship 'Meerweib' (1632) (12)

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentEWIKI
Burthen160Ton 

Service History


DateEventSource
28.11.1627Battle of Oliwa
1629

Sent to Wismar as a reinforcment for Habsburg imperial fleet.

ref:1236


Sources


IDDescriptionAuthorType
EWIKIWikipediaVariousWeb Site
ref:1236Flota Polska w latach 1587-1632E. KoczorowskiBook
 

Previous comments on this page

Posted by Sagitt on Wednesday 5th of December 2018 12:10

Hello,

Thank you very much! I will try to add some info about the rest of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth Navy. As soon as I find some free time.


Posted by Cy on Sunday 25th of November 2018 14:47

Hi

Many thanks, always interested in adiditonal data from the less well know areas of naval warfare. If you have additional information you wish to share please feel free to either add additional comments or email me directly. Link is on home page.

Cy


Posted by Sagitt on Saturday 24th of November 2018 20:31

I am very happy to see some polish warships from the age of sail on that page. But I see here some wrong data, so let me put a comment.

Meerweib:
Ship type - pink
Built in Gdańsk shipyard, acquired in 1623,
1627 - Fought in Battle of Oliva
1629 - Sent to Wismar as a reinforcment for Habsburg imperial fleet.
1632 - Captured by Swedes after Wismar surrendered.

Source:
R. Koczorowski, Flota Polska w latach 1587-1632 (Polish Navy in 1587-1632), Warsaw 1973.

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