Le Bayonnais

Nominal Guns16ref:692
NationalityRoyaume de France
OperatorPrivate Owners
Home PortBayonne - Aquitaine ref:692
Ship TypeUnknown


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric Equivalentref:692
Burthen235French Tonneaux231.044 


1757Broadside Weight = 1.5 French Livre (1.6188 lbs 0.7344 kg)ref:692
Gun Deck6 French Swivel
Gun Deck16 French Canons de Fer


1757 - 1758/06/19 Pierre Lartigue Principal Managing Ownerref:692

Crew Complement

Date# of MenNotesSource
1757200 ref:692

2 Commanding Officers

1757 - 19.6.1758Corsaire Captain Pierre Doussyref:6921758Corsaire Captain Joannis Doyambéhère de Ciboureref:692

Notes on Ship

Captain date ??ref:692

de Ciboure in 1744 ??? , acquired or construction in 1744 possible

same crew for the 2 cruizes : 200 men

just year capture 1758 for de Ciboure


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Posted by CHARLES MAYHOOD on Wednesday 22nd of July 2020 17:59

Between France and New France Life Aboard the Tall Sailing Ships by Gilles Proulx p. 123 "The entire crews of the Samson and the Bayonnais, which were to have escorted a flotilla of merchantmen to Canada, jumped ship in 1758."

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