Kafr-üş Şeyh

30196
Nominal Guns60ref:1619
NationalityOttoman Empire
OperatorState Navy
PreviouslyEgyptian Fourth Rate frigate 'Kafr al-Shaykh' (1830) (60)
Presented1840ref:1619
ShipyardKola ref:1619
CategoryFourth Rateref:1619
Ship TypeFrigate
Sailing RigShip Rigged
Last known


Notes on Ship


Originref:1619

Captured off Beirut carrying stores by H.M.S. Castor during the Middle Eastern Crisis of 1840. Susequently presented to the Sultan. Retained its existing name (which transliterates into Arabic as Kafr al-Shaykh).



 

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