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Nüvid-i Fütûh

Nominal Guns120ref:663
NationalityOttoman Empire
OperatorState Navy
How acquiredPurpose builtref:663
ShipyardConstantinople - Turkey ref:663
CategoryFirst Rateref:663
National Rateüç ambarlı (three-decker)
Ship TypeShip of the Line
Sailing RigShip Rigged
Broken Up1774ref:663


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric Equivalentref:555
Length of Keel61.5Turkish Zirai46.238 (151′ 8″ Imperial)

Service History

1768Refitted as a Third Rate Floating Batteryref:663

Notes on Ship


Name means 'Harbinger of Conquests'.


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Posted by Hilmi on Wednesday 28th of April 2021 20:18

Perr-i Bahrî (1747)

Gunsdeck: 36,99 metre (From Formule)
Keel: 19,94 metre (39,5 zira)
Breadth: 11,75 metre (15,5 zira)
Dept in Hold: 4,93 metre (6,5 zira) (Possible depth)
TONAJ (Bruthen): 776 ton.

Posted by Hilmi on Thursday 22nd of April 2021 19:39

Nuvid-i Fütuh (1754) 61,5 Zira.

Uzunluk (Gunsdeck): 56,85 metre (From Formule)
Omurga (Keel): 46,62 metre (61,5 zira)
Genişlik (Breadth): 17,06 metre (22,5 zira)
Derinlik (Dept in Hold): 7,20 metre (9,5 zira) (Possible depth)
TONAJ (Bruthen): 2547 ton.

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