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San Pablo

Nominal Guns743DECKS
OperatorArmada Real
Keel Laid Down27.7.17693DECKS
How acquiredPurpose built3DECKS
ShipyardReal Astillero de Esteiro - Ferrol ref:748
Ship ClassSan Pedro Apostol Class3DECKS
Designed by
Francisco GautierFrench
Ship Builder
Service 1733-1800
CategoryThird Rate3DECKS
Ship TypeShip of the Line 3DECKS
Sailing RigShip Rigged3DECKS
Broken Up10.18553DECKS


1828Broadside Weight = 760 Spanish libre (820.04 lbs 348.84 kg)TODO
Gun Deck28 Spanish 24-Pounder
Upper Gun Deck30 Spanish 24-Pounder
Quarterdeck16 Spanish 8-Pounder

Crew Complement

Date# of MenNotesSource

4 Ship Commanders

6.1779 - 11.1779Capitan de navio
Carlos de la VillaSpanish
Naval Sailor
Service 1729-1829
11.1779 - 1779Capitan de navio
Luis MuñozSpanish
Naval Sailor
Service 1729-1829
1790Capitan de navio
Francisco MillauSpanish
Naval Sailor
Service 1740-1840
1790Capitan de navio
Luis MuñozSpanish
Naval Sailor
Service 1729-1829

Service History

1773Left El Ferrol with
San Pedro de Alcantara (62) 1771-1786
Spanish 62 Gun
4th Rate Ship of the Line
San Gabriel (74) 1772-1809
Spanish 74 Gun
3rd Rate Ship of the Line
6.1779Under Adm. Cordova's fleet for the 1st Campaign of the English ChannelTODO
11.1780At Cadiz for the 1st Campaign Siege of GibraltarTODO
7.1781At Cadiz, under Adm. Cordova's for the 2nd Campaign of the English ChannelTODO
10.10.1782At Algeciras bay, suffered a storm, and is send to MalagaTODO
1790At Cartagena for the Campaign of Nootka incident
9.1796Under Adm. Langara's fleet at Toulon, cruisses around France & Italy coastTODO
2.2.1797Left Cartagena under Adm. Cordova's fleet to CadizTODO
14.2.17972nd Battle of Cape St Vincent
3.3.1797Entered at Cadiz with Adm. Cordova's fleet after the battleTODO
4.3.1797At Cadiz, blocked by Adm. Jervis' fleetTODO
1799Blocked at Brest by the BritishTODO
12.5.1799Left Cadiz under Adm. Mazarredo's fleet to join french Adm. Bruix's fleet in the MediterraneanTODO
1800Blocked at Brest by the BritishTODO
14.12.1801Left Brest under Vice Adm. Gravina's fleet to Haiti to support Adm. Villaret-Joyeouse's forcesTODO
1802Left Puerto Rico to Cadiz with
Asia (74) 1789-1825
Spanish 74 Gun
3rd Rate Ship of the Line
20.5.1802Arrived at Cadiz with
Asia (74) 1789-1825
Spanish 74 Gun
3rd Rate Ship of the Line
carrying gold
2.1808At Cartagena under Adm. Valdes' squadronTODO
30.7.1811Left Cadiz with Santa Lucia, scorting transports to Almeria with 6,000 soldiers
29.8.1811Left Cadiz to Alicante with 2,000,000 ''reales'' for the troops at ValenciaTODO
9.10.1811Entered back at CadizTODO
2.6.1813Left Cadiz with troops & supplies to Montevideo (under siege)TODO
2.9.1813Arrived to Montevideo, UruguayTODO
1814Changed his name to **Soberano**TODO
1823Left Cadiz to Canary Islands, having to return to Cadiz due to ship's need of careenTODO
6.1823At Cadiz, under siege of french naval & land troopsTODO
3.1.1826Left Cadiz to La Habana scorting merchantmen with goodsTODO
3.3.1826Arrived to La HabanaTODO
21.10.1827Left Cadiz to La Habana with Heroe and Restauracion carring 6,000 firearms
1828Looked up after Congreso Mexicano at the Caribbean
1.1828Arrived with Heroe and Restauracion to La HabanaTODO
8.1828At La Habana with Guerrero and RestauracionTODO
1.12.1828At La HabanaTODO
1829At La Habana, D. Juan Jose Lerena presents a land & sea telegraphTODO
5.7.1829Left La Habana to Mexico with Restauracion, Lealtad, Santa CasildaTODO
27.7.1829Failed first one, finally, disembarked troops at Cabo Rojo, MexicoTODO
1830Left La Habana to El FerrolTODO
1830At El FerrolTODO
1834At El Ferrol in very bad stateTODO
6.1834Repaired and set to sail to Havanna to replace Heroe3DECKS
1840At La HabanaTODO
1845At Barcelona due to the presence of Queen of SpainTODO
12.1845Commmissioned again to La Habana departmentTODO
1846Patrolled La Habana nearby waters protecting spanish tradeTODO
1854Due to damages from the storm is out of service and broke up at La HabanaTODO
6.9.1854Suffered a storm nearby Bermudas IslandsTODO
16.10.1854Entered at Santiago de Cuba without mast due to storm damagesTODO
17.10.1854Due to damages is left at Santiago de Cuba's bayTODO
10.1855Accidentaly burnt at Santiago de Cuba3DECKS
1.1856At Santiago de Cuba, used as hospital hull with his former name of San PablTODO


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