Nominal Guns32B028
NationalityKingdom of England
OperatorRoyal Navy
First Commissioned3.1690B028
ShipyardDeptford - London B028
Ship Class1689 Program 32-GunnerB028
Constructor Fisher Harding (d.1705)B028
CategoryFifth RateB028
Ship TypeFrigate B028
Sailing RigShip RiggedB028


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentBWAS-1603
Length of Gundeck105' 6"Imperial Feet32.0345 
Length of Keel90' 6"Imperial Feet27.5844 
Breadth27' 2 ½"Imperial Feet8.2423 
Depth in Hold10' 2"Imperial Feet3.0988 
Burthen356 3494Tons BM 


3.3.1689/90Broadside Weight = 96 Imperial Pound ( 43.536 kg)BWAS-1603
Lower Gun Deck4 British Demi-Culverin
Upper Gun Deck22 British 6-Pounder
Quarterdeck6 British 4-Pounder

Crew Complement

Date# of MenNotesSource
6.1689145Design Complement

4 Commanding Officers

25.3.1690 - 18.10.1691Captain John EveryBWAS-160319.10.1691 - 20.4.1693Captain George Warren (d.1693)BWAS-160321.4.1693 - 2.5.1693Captain Francis Hilsley (d.1693)BWAS-16037.1.1693/94 - 23.2.1693/94Captain Roger Bellwood (d.1697)BWAS-1603

1 Petty Officer

15.3.1691/92 - 18.1.1692/93Master's Mate John Aldred (c.1670-1740) ADM 107/1/35ADM 107/1

1 Crewman

20.8.1690 - 20.8.1691Able Seaman Edmund Hickey (c.1673-?) ADM 107/1/69ADM 107/1

Service History

1690With the FleetBWAS-1603
1691Off the Scottish CoastBWAS-1603
13.3.1690/91Took the Ship Le Saint Martin (18) BWAS-1603
1693With Wheler's squadron to the West IndiesBWAS-1603
23.2.1694Taken by Le Saint Louis (30) off the Lizard and run ashore by her captorsADM 106


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