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NameTrincomaleeExplanation
Type5th rate   
Launched12 October 1817
HullWooden
PropulsionSail
Builders measure1066 tons
Displacement1447 tons
Guns46
Fate 
Class 
Ships book
Note1847 26-gun 6th rate.
1861 RNR drillship.
1897 sold as Foudroyant, t.s., 1990 = Trincomalee, preserved
Snippets concerning this vessels career
DateEvent
(January 1840)Out of commission at Portsmouth
20 July 1847Commanded by Captain William Warren, North America and West Indies
20 July 1847Commanded by Captain Richard Laird Warren, North America and West Indies
19 June 1852Commanded by Captain Wallace Houston, Pacific (including 1854 Anglo-French squadron during the Russian War)
19 November 1860Commanded by Commander Thomas Heard, Royal Naval Reserve drill ship, Sunderland
31 January 1863Commanded by Commander Edward Field, Royal Naval reserve, training ship, Sunderland
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