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  • L'Intrépide (74) 1747-1781
    French 74 Gun
    3rd Rate Ship of the Line
    (1747)
  • La Capricieuse (32) 1779-1780
    French 32 Gun
    5th Rate Frigate
    (1779)
  • John MooreBritish
    Naval Sailor
    Service 1646-1679
  • Hebe (38) 1782-1811
    British 38 Gun
    5th Rate Frigate
    1805 Renamed "Blonde"
    (1782)
  • Daniel WaudbyBritish
    Naval Sailor
    Service 1739-1779
  • Culloden (74) 1783-1813
    British 74 Gun
    3rd Rate Ship of the Line
    (1783)
  • Dragon (64) 1744-1783
    Spanish 64 Gun
    3rd Rate Ship of the Line
    (1744)
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    British 60 Gun
    4th Rate Ship of the Line
    1744 Renamed "Eagle"
    1745 Renamed "Centurion"
    (1733)
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    British 60 Gun
    4th Rate Ship of the Line
    1744 Renamed "Eagle"
    1745 Renamed "Centurion"
    (1733)
  • Windsor (60) 1695-1725
    British 60 Gun
    4th Rate Ship of the Line
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Arsenal de la Carraca

Introduction

Though work on building the shipyard began in 1720, the formal decree issued by Fernando VI on October 3, 1752 accelerated its construction.

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Tuesday 11th of May 2021 16:22Steve lockhart
French Third Rate ship of the line 'L'Intrépide' (1747) (74) 1747-1781
French 74 Gun
3rd Rate Ship of the Line
Tuesday 11th of May 2021 15:46Steve lockhart
French Fifth Rate frigate 'La Capricieuse' (1779) (32) 1779-1780
French 32 Gun
5th Rate Frigate
Tuesday 11th of May 2021 00:25Peter David Evans
John MooreBritish
Naval Sailor
Service 1646-1679
Monday 10th of May 2021 20:32Elaine
British Fifth Rate frigate 'Hebe' (1782) (38) 1782-1811
British 38 Gun
5th Rate Frigate
1805 Renamed "Blonde"
Monday 10th of May 2021 12:46Jon Davies
Daniel WaudbyBritish
Naval Sailor
Service 1739-1779