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Justitia

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Nominal Guns80W006
NationalityDenmark
OperatorDano-Norwegian navy
Launched1707W006
Home Port W006
How acquiredPurpose builtW006
ShipyardUnknownW006
CategorySecond RateW006
Ship TypeShip of the LineW006
Sailing RigShip RiggedW006
Last known1751W006

Dimensions


DimensionMeasurementTypeMetric EquivalentW006
Length of Gundeck168' 0"Danish Fod (Feet)52.7688 (163′ 0″ Imperial)
Breadth44' 6"Danish Fod (Feet)13.8597 (42′ 9″ Imperial)
Draught Aft21' 0"Danish Fod (Feet)6.5961 (20′ 4″ Imperial)

Armament


1707Broadside Weight = 738 Danish Pund (806.634 lbs 368.8524 kg)W006
Lower Gun Deck26 Danish 24-Pounder
Middle Gun Deck26 Danish 18-Pounder
Upper Gun Deck26 Danish 12-Pounder
Quarterdeck/Forecastle12 Danish 6-Pounder

Crew Complement


Date# of MenNotesSource
1707725 W006
1718654 W006

Service History


DateEventSource
4.10.17102nd Battle of Koge Bay


Sources


IDNameAuthorType
W006Sailing WarshipsTeemu, Web Site
 

Previous comments on this page

Posted by Keith Holt on Sunday 30th of May 2021 16:49

This ship was built at Nyholm, Copenhagen according to its record card at skibregister at the Royal Danish Naval Museum. The webaddress has the name as Justinian(1707), but the card has the name Justitia(1707)
If any problems, I can sent the url.


Posted by Paul Fields on Saturday 18th of April 2015 02:56

The Metric Equivalent is just the Danish feet repeated, according to Wiki Danish Fod were 12.356 inches and the Alen were 2 Fod. Based on other 80 gun 3rd rates of the period 168 Fod makes sense, 168 Alen would be too long for a wooden ship.

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