Nominal Guns8B028
NationalityKingdom of England
OperatorRoyal Navy
ShipyardGreenwich - Kent B028
Constructor Phineus PettB028
Ship TypeYacht B028
Broken Up to Rebuild1703B028
BecomesBritish yacht 'Isabella' (1703) (8)


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentBWAS-1603
Length of Keel60' 0"Imperial Feet18.288 
Breadth18' 11"Imperial Feet5.4896 
Depth in Hold8' 11 ½"Imperial Feet2.4511 
Draught Aft7' 9"Imperial Feet2.3622 
Burthen114Tons BM 


1683Broadside Weight = 12 Imperial Pound ( 5.442 kg)BWAS-1603
Gun Deck8 British 3-Pounder

Crew Complement

Date# of MenNotesSource
168330 BWAS-1603

9 Ship Commanders

15.6.1683 - 18.4.1688Captain Thomas CoalBWAS-160326.11.1688 - 10.3.1688/89CaptainSir William SaundersonBWAS-1603bef.10.6.1689 - aft.23.3.1689/90Captain Benjamin Hoskins (d.1712) Transfered ADM 106/398/195BWAS-1603bef.17.3.1690/91 - 27.6.1691Captain John Votier ADM 106/411/131ADM 10628.6.1691 - 24.8.1694Captain Baron Wylde (d.1735)BWAS-160323.11.1694 - 17.9.1696Commander John WarnerBWAS-160318.9.1696 - 16.9.1697Commander Peter Thompson ADM 6/4/27BWAS-160317.9.1697 - 4.3.1699/1700Commander John Warner ADM 6/4/123BWAS-160319.3.1699/1700 - 11.2.1702/3Captain Humphrey Sanders (d.1725/26): on board from 21.3.1699/1700 ADM 6/6/26BWAS-1603

1 Crewman

5.10.1689 - 9.2.1689/90Able Seaman Thomas Russell (c.1659-1739/40) Transfered ADM 107/1/100ADM 107/1

Service History

1695Based on the Jersery StationBWAS-1603
1697Operations with the FleetBWAS-1603
1698Based on the Jersery Station until 1700BWAS-1603
12.10.1702Battle of Vigo


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