Success -> 1660 Old Success

412
Nominal Guns38
NationalityCommonwealth of England
OperatorState Navy
PreviouslyFrench Fourth Rate ship 'Le Jules' (1648) (38)
Captured19.10.1650
ShipyardUnknownBWAS-1603
CategoryFourth Rate
Ship TypeShip of the Line
Sailing RigShip Rigged
Sold3.9.1662

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentB028
Burthen450Tons BM 
DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentBWAS-1603
Length of Keel94' 0"Imperial Feet28.6512 
Breadth30' 0"Imperial Feet9.144 
Depth in Hold11' 6"Imperial Feet3.5052 
Draught Aft14' 0"Imperial Feet4.2672 
Burthen450Tons BM 

4 Commanding Officers


DatesRankNameSource
1651 - 1652CaptainButler Noades (d.1652)BWAS-16031652 - 1655CaptainWilliam KendallBWAS-16031655 - 1657CaptainZachary BrowneBWAS-16031658 - 1660CaptainThomas FleetBWAS-1603

2 Warrant Officers


DatesRatingNameSource
1651CarpenterThomas NealSPD-165127.12.1651 - 1651CarpenterRobert HaughtonSPD-1651

Service History


DateEventSource
19.10.1650Taken by off the coast of PortugalBWAS-1603
14.10.1651Ordered fitted as part of the winter guardSPD-1651
18.2.1652/53Battle of Portland
2.6.1653Battle of the Gabbard
8.1654Sailed to the MediterraneanBWAS-1603
4.4.1655Battle of Porto Farina
1659Convoy for East India Ships sailing to St HelenaBWAS-1603
1660Refitted as a 34 gunner
1660Renamed Old SuccessBWAS-1603
8.1660Returned with homeward bound convoy and laid upBWAS-1603
15.4.1662Reported as "not worth repairing"BWAS-1603


Fleets

DatesFleetFleet CommanderSource
1651-1652Fleet sent to BarbadosSir George Ayscue (d.1672) 
 

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