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NameQueen CharlotteExplanation
Type1st rate   
Launched17 May 1810
HullWooden
PropulsionSail
Builders measure2289 tons
Displacement 
Guns104
Fate1892
Class 
Ships book
Note1859 = Excellent, gunnery ship
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
(January 1840)Out of commission at Portsmouth
1 March 1859
- 1 October 1859
Commanded by Captain Henry Harvey, flagship of Vice-Admiral Edward Harvey, Sheerness
November 1859Renamed Excellent, and converted to gunnery ship
31 December 1859
- 1 January 1863
Commanded by Captain Richard Strode Hewlett, gunnery ship, Portsmouth (replacing Excellent)
1 January 1863Commanded by Captain Richard Strode Hewlett, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
4 July 1863
- October 1866
Commanded by Captain Astley Cooper Key, and superintendent of the Royal Naval College
3 September 1866
- September 1869
Commanded by Captain Arthur William Acland Hood, gunnery ship, and Director of the Royal Naval College, Portsmouth
23 August 1869
- 21 May 1874
Commanded by Captain Henry Boys, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
21 May 1874
- 9 January 1877
Commanded by Captain Thomas Brandreth, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
9 January 1877
- 4 March 1880
Commanded by Captain Frederick Anstruther Herbert, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
4 March 1880
- 21 June 1881
Commanded by Captain John Ommanney Hopkins, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
21 June 1881
- 6 April 1883
Commanded by Captain William Codrington, gunnery ship, Portsmouth
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