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QUEEN CHARLOTTE 1st rate sailing ship-of-the-line (1810)

 

Name

No

Yard No

Builder

Laid down

Launched

Comp

Fate

Queen Charlotte     Deptford DYd 10/1805 17/5/1810 18/10/1810 gunnery TS 8/1860

 

Displacement normal, t

2289bm

Displacement full, t

 

Length, m

57.9 gundeck

Breadth, m

16.0

Draught, m

6.02

No of shafts

 

Machinery

sails

Power, h. p.

 

Max speed, kts

 

Fuel, t

 
Endurance, nm(kts)  

Armament

30 x 1 - 163/18 32pdr 64cwt SBML, 30 x 1 - 148/18 24pdr SBML, 44 x 1 - 118/14 12pdr SBML

Complement

850

Ship project history: 100-guns three-decker, rerated to 108 in 1817. Designed by Edward Hunt, a late addition to the original Royal George class, built to replace former Queen Charlotte burnt accidentally 17/3/1800.

Modernizations: 1831: rebuilt (58.1x16.3x6.71m, 2311bm), armed with 6 x 1 - 204/13 68pdr SBML, 98 x 1 - 162/17 32pdr SBML, 2 x 1 - 118/14 12pdr SBML

Naval service: No significant events.

 

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