Sailing Ships-of-the-Line of the Royal Navy

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Name

Laid down/Launched

Displacement

Dimensions

Armament

Crew

Notes

Aboukir

1802/1804

1703 tons

172' 3" x 47' 9" x 20' 9"

74 guns

640

1824: Receiving ship (Chatham)
1831: Hospital ship
1838: Sold for scrapping

Aboukir

1840/1848

3109 tons

204' x 60' 2" x23' 8"

90 guns

820

1856 - 1858: Converted to steam power

Achille

1795/1798

1981 tons

182' 2" x 49' x 21' 10"

74 guns

640

1823: Rebuilt
1839: Increased to 76 guns
1865: Sold for scrapping

Agincourt

1813/1817

1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590

1848: TS (Plymouth)
1865: Renamed Vigo
1866: Hospital ship
1870: Receiving ship (Plymouth)
1884: Sold for scrapping

Ajax

1807/1809

1741 tons

176' x 47' 6" x 21'

74 guns

590

1845 - 1848: Converted to steam power

Albion

1839/1842

3109 tons

204' x 60' 2" x23' 8"

90 guns

820

1860 - 1861: Converted to steam power

Algiers 1848/1854 3136 tons 218' 7" x 60' x 24' 5"

90 guns

820

1852: Converted to steam power
Amada 1807/1809 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1844: Powder hulk (Keyham)
1863: Sold for scrapping
Anson 1808/1812 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1843: Convict ship (Chatham)
1844: Convict ship (Tasmania)
1851: Scrapped
Asia 1808/1811 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1819: Renamed Alfred
1828: Reduced to 50 guns
1865: Scrapped

Asia

1822/1834

2289 tons

195' 4" x 52' 4" x 22' 6"

84 guns

700

1858: Guardship
1908: Sold for scrapping

Barham 1808/1811 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1826: Reduced to 50 guns
1840: Scrapped
Belleisle 1816/1819 1706 tons 174' x 47' 4" x 20' 6" 74 guns 590 1841: Troopship
1854: Hospital ship (Sheerness)
1866: Loaned to the Greenwich Seamen's Hospital
1872: Scrapped
Benbow 1808/1813 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1848: Marine barracks (Sheerness)
1854: Prison ship
1859: Coal hulk (Sheerness)
1892: Sold for scrapping
Black Prince 1814/1816 1738 tons

176' x 47' 6" x 21'

74 guns

590

1839: Reduced to 72 guns
1848: prison ship
1855: Scrapped

Blenheim

1808/1813

1741 tons

176' x 47' 6" x 21'

74 guns

590

1845 - 1847: Converted to steam power

Bombay

1805/1808

1703 tons

172' 3" x 47' 9" x 20' 9"

74 guns

640

1819: Renamed Blake
1823: Hulked (Portsmouth)
1855: Scrapped

Bombay

1826/1828

2255 tons

193' 10" x 52' 4" x 22' 6"

84 guns

700

1860 - 1861: Converted to steam power

Boscawen

1826/1844

2214 tons

180' x 54' x 22' 4"

70 guns

620

1862: TS (Southampton)
1866: TS (Portland)
1874: Hulked (Tyne); Renamed Wellesley
1914: Burnt and scrapped

Boyne

1806/1810

2162 tons

186' x 51' 10" x 21' 6"

98 guns

738

1817: Increased to 104 guns
1826: Reduced to 76 guns
1834: Gunnery TS (Portsmouth): Renamed Excellent
1859: Renamed Queen Charlotte
1861: Scrapped

Britannia

1813/1820

2616 tons

205' x 53' 6" x 23' 2"

120 guns

900

1855: Hospital ship (Portsmouth)
1859: Cadet TS (Portsmouth)
1862: Cadet TS (Portland)
1863: Cadet TS (Dartmouth)
1869: Sold for scrapping

Brunswick

1847/1855

2889 tons

190' x 56' 9" x 23' 4"

80 guns

750

1854 - 1855: Converted to steam power

Caesar 1848/1853 2767 tons 208' x 56' x 23' 4" 90 guns 820 1852: Converted to steam power

Calcutta

1828/1831

2299 tons

196' x 52' 6" x 22' 6"

84 guns

700

1863: Gunnery TS (Portsmouth)
1908: Sold for scrapping

Caledonia 1805/1808 2711 tons 170' 4" x 55' 7" x 23' 2" 120 guns 900 1856: Loaned to Greenwich Seaman's Hospital; Renamed Dreadnought
1871: Metropolitan Asylums hospital ship for male smallpox patients
1875: Scrapped
Cambridge 1811/1815 2125 tons 187' 2" x 50' 9" x 21' 7" 80 guns 700 1823: Guardship (Chatham)
1856: Gunnery TS (Portsmouth)
1869: Scrapped
Canopus -/- 2258 tons 193' 10" x 51' 6" x 23' 4" 80 guns 700 1798: Captured from the French
Originally named Le Franklin
1862: Receiving ship (Portsmouth)
1869: Mooring hulk
1887: Sold for scrapping

Carnatic

1818/1823

1790 tons

1677' 1" x 48' x 21' 1"

74 guns

590

1860: Coal depot (Portsmouth)
1886: Loaned to War Department1; Floating magazine
1891: Returned to Admiralty
1914: Sold for scrapping

Centurion

1839/1844

2889 tons

190' x 56' 9" x 23' 4"

80 guns

720

1854 - 1855: Converted to steam power

Clarence

1824/1827

2288 tons

195' 4" x 52' 4" x 22' 6"

84 guns

700

1864: Loaned to Liverpool RC Reformatory Society
1872: TS
1884: Burnt

Collingwood

1835/1841

2889 tons

190' x 56' 9" x 23' 4"

80 guns

720

1860 - 1861: Converted to steam power

Colossus

1843/1848

2889 tons

190' x 56' 9" x 23' 4"

80 guns

720

1854 - 1855: Converted to steam power

Cornwallis

1812/1813

1741 tons

176' x 47' 6" x 21'

74 guns

590

1854 - 1855: Converted to steam power

Cressy 1807/1810 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1832: Scrapped

Cressy

1846/1853

2537 tons

198' 5" x 55' x 21' 8"

84 guns

750

1852 - 1853: Converted to steam power

Cumberland 1805/1807 1706 tons 174' x 47' 4" x 20' 74 guns 590 1830: Convict ship
1833: Renamed Fortitude
1848: Coal depot (Chatham)
1856: Coal depot (Sheerness)
1870: Sold for scrapping

Cumberland

1836/1842

2214 tons

180' x 54' x 22' 4"

70 guns

620

1863: Sheer hulk (Sheerness)
1869: Loaned to Clyde Industrial Training Ship Foundation
1889: Burnt and scrapped

Donegal -/1794 1901 tons 182' x 48' 9" x 21' 10" 74 guns 640 1798: Captured from the French
Originally named Le Hoche, Le Pégase, and Le Barras
1830: Guardship
1845: Scrapped
Defence 1812/1815 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 Originally named Marathon
1844: Receiving ship (Woolwich)
1848: Convict ship (Woolwich)
1857: Burnt
1858: Scrapped
Devonshire 1810/1812 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1849: Loaned to Greenwich Seaman's Hospital
1854: Prison ship (Sheerness)
1860: School ship (Queenborough)
1869: Scrapped
Dragon 1795/1798 1798 tons 178' x 48' x 20' 6" 74 guns 640 1832: Receiving ship and Marine barracks
1842: Hulked; Renamed Fame
1850: Scrapped
Dreadnought 1788/1801 2110 tons 185' x 51' x 21' 98 guns 850 1827: Hospital ship
1831: Greenwich Seaman's Hospital
1857: Scrapped
Dublin 1809/1812 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1826: Reduced to 50 guns
1845: Laid up
1885: Sold for scrapping
Duke 1772/1777 1931 tons 177' 6" x 50' 3" x 21' 2" 98 guns 750 1799: Hospital ship
1843: Scrapped
Duke of Wellington 1849/1852 3186 tons 240' x 60' x 24' 8" 120 guns 970 Originally named Windsor Castle
1852: Converted to steam power
Duncan 1808/1811 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1863: Scrapped
Eagle 1800/1804 1706 tons 174' x 47' 4" x 20' 74 guns 590 1830: Reduced to 50 guns
1860: TS (Southampton)
1862: TS (Liverpool)
1918: Renamed Eaglet
1926: Burnt
1927: Sold for scrapping

Edinburgh

1807/1811

1741 tons

176' x 47' 6" x 21'

74 guns

590

1846 - 1852: Converted to steam power

Egmont 1807/1810 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1862: Storeship (Rio de Janeiro)
1875: Sold for scrapping

Exmouth

1841/1854

3109 tons

204' x 60' 2" x23' 8"

90 guns

820

1853 - 1854: Converted to steam power

Formidable

1819/1825

2289 tons

195' 4" x 52' 4" x 22' 6"

84 guns

700

1869: TS
1906: Sold for scrapping

Foudroyant

1789/1798

2062 tons

184' x 50' 6" x 22' 6"

80 guns

650

1820: Guardship (Plymouth)
1862: Gunnery TS (Plymouth)
1892: Sold
1897: Wrecked

Ganges

1819/1821

2284 tons

195' 4" x 52' 4" x 22' 6"

84 guns

700

1865: TS
1906: Renamed Tenedos II
1910 Renamed Indus V
1914: Hospital hulk; Renamed Mediator
1922: Renamed Impregnable III
1929: Sold for scrapping

Genoa -/1815 1886 tons 182' x 48' 6" x 21' 7" 74 guns 600 1814: Captured on the stocks whilst being built for the French
Originally named Le Brilliant
1833: Receiving ship
1838: Scrapped

Goliath

1834/1842

2889 tons

190' x 56' 9" x 23' 4"

80 guns

720

1856 - 1857: Converted to steam power

Hannibal 1848/1854 2695 tons 217' x 58' 2" x 24'

90 guns

820

1852: Converted to steam power

Hastings

-/1819

1741 tons

176' x 47' 6" x 21'

74 guns

600

1854 - 1855: Converted to steam power

Hawke

1815/1820

1738 tons

176' x 47' 6" x 21'

74 guns

590

1839: Reduced to 72 guns
1854 - 1855: Converted to steam power

Hercules

1812/1815

1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590

1838: Troopship
1851: Receiving ship (Malta)
1852: Emigrant ship
1853: Hulked; Army depot ship (Plymouth)
1854: Depot ship (Hong Kong)
1865: Scrapped

Hero

1813/1816

1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590

1816: Renamed Wellington
1848: Receiving ship (Sheerness)
1857: Coastguard (Sheerness)
1858: Guardship
1862: Loaned to Liverpool Juvenile Reformatory Association; Renamed Akbar
1908: Sold for scrapping

Hibernia

1797/1804

2530 tons

201' 2" x 53' x 22' 4"

110 guns

837

1855: Guard and receiving ship (Malta)
1902: Sold for scrapping

Hindostan

1829/1841

2029 tons

185' 8" x 50' 8" x 21'

80 guns

700

1868: TS
1884: TS (Dartmouth)
1905: TS (Portsmouth); Renamed Fisgard III
1920: Renamed Hindostan
1921: Sold for scrapping

Hood 1849/1859 2600 tons 238' x 55' 9 " x 24' 80 guns 720 Originally named Edgar
1856: Converted to steam power

Houge

1808/1811

1741 tons

176' x 47' 6" x 21'

74 guns

590

1845 - 1849: Converted to steam power

Howe

1808/1815

2619 tons

205' x 53' 9" x24'

120 guns

900

1854: Scrapped
Illustrious 1801/1803 1729 tons 175' x 47' 6" x 20' 6" 74 guns 640 1848: Guardship (Portsmouth)
1853: Hospital ship
1859: Guardship
1868: Scrapped
Imaum -/1826 2948 tons 177' x 48' 4" x 21' 74 guns 590 1840: Receiving ship (Jamaica)
1863: Scrapped

Implacable

-/1800

1882 tons

181' x 48' 9" x 20' 7"

74 guns

670

1805: Captured from the French
Originally named Duguay-Trouin
1855: Hulked (Portsmouth); TS
1911: Loaned to Wheatley Cobb (Falmouth)

1949: Scuttled

Impregnable 1802/1810 2263 tons 196' x 51' x 22' 98 guns 738 1817: Increased to 102 guns
1839: Harbour service (Portsmouth)
1862: TS
1888: Renamed Kent
1891: Renamed Caledonia
1906: Sold for scrapping
Indus 1808/1812 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1818: Renamed Bellona
1842: Receiving ship (Plymouth)
1868: Scrapped

Indus

1824/1839

2098 tons

185' 8" x 50' 8" x 21'

80 guns

700

1860: Guardship (Portsmouth)
1898: Sold for scrapping

Invincible 1806/1808 1656 tons 169' 6" x 47' 4" x 20' 3" 74 guns 550 1857: Receiving ship (Plymouth)
1861: Scrapped

Irresistible

1849/1859

2889 tons

190' x 56' 9" x 23' 4"

80 guns

720

1855 - 1859: Converted to steam power

James Watt

1847/1853

2537 tons

198' 5" x 55' x 21' 8"

84 guns

750

Originally named Audacious
1852 - 1853: Converted to steam power

Kent 1795/1798 1931 tons 182' 3" x 49' 3" x 21' 3" 74 guns 690 1829: Guardship (Plymouth)
1839: Increased to 76 guns
1857: Sheer hulk (Plymouth)
1881: Scrapped
Leviathan 1782/1790 1703 tons 172' 3" x 47' 9" x 20' 9" 74 guns 640 1816: Convict ship (Portsmouth)
1846: Target ship
1848: Sold for scrapping

Lion

1840/1847

2889 tons

190' x 56' 9" x 23' 4"

80 guns

720

1858 - 1859: Converted to steam power

London

1827/1840

2590 tons

205' 6" x 54' 6" x23'

92 guns

820

1857 - 1858: Converted to steam power

Magnificent 1805/1806 1706 tons 174' x 47' 4" x 20' 74 guns 590 1823: receiving ship (Jamaica)
1825: Hospital ship
1843: Sold for scrapping

Majestic

1841/1853

2889 tons

190' x 56' 9" x 23' 4"

80 guns

720

1852 - 1853: Converted to steam power

Malabar 1817/1818 1706 tons 174' x 47' 4" x 20' 6" 74 guns 590 1848: Coal depot (Portsmouth)
1883: Renamed Myrtle
1905: Sold fro scrapping
Malta -/- 2265 tons 194' 4" x 51' 7" x 23' 4" 80 guns 700 1800: Captured from the French
Originally named Le Guillaume Tell
1831: Hulked (Plymouth)
1840: Scrapped
Marlborough 1850/1855 3186 tons 245' x 60' x 25' 2" 110 guns 950 1853: Converted to steam power

Mars

1839/1848

2889 tons

190' x 56' 9" x 23' 4"

80 guns

720

1855 - 1856: Converted to steam power

Medway 1808/1812 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1847: Convict ship (Bermuda)
1865: Sold for scrapping

Meeanee

1842/1848

2889 tons

190' x 56' 9" x 23' 4"

80 guns

720

Originally named Madras
1856 - 1857: Converted to steam power

Melville

1815/1817

1738 tons

176' x 47' 6" x 21'

74 guns

590

1839: Reduced to 72 guns
1857: Hospital ship (Hong Kong)
1873: Sold for scrapping

Milford 1798/1809 1906 tons 161' x 49' x 21' 74 guns 590 1846: Scrapped
Minden 1807/1810 1656 tons 169' 6" x 47' 4" x 20' 3" 74 guns 550 1842: Hospital ship (Hong Kong)
1861: Sold for scrapping
Minotaur 1812/1816 1656 tons 169' 6" x 47' 4" x 20' 3" 74 guns 550 1839: Reduced to 72 guns
1842: Receiving ship (Sheerness)
1859: Guard ship
1866: Renamed Hermes
1869: Scrapped

Monarch

1825/1832

2255 tons

195' 4" x 52' 4" x 22' 6"

84 guns

700

1862: Target ship
1866: Sold for scrapping

Mulgrave 1808/1812 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1844: Powder ship
1854: Scrapped

Nelson

1809/1814

2619 tons

205' x 53' 9" x24'

120 guns

900

1859 - 1860: Converted to steam power

Neptune

1827/1832

2694 tons

205' 6" x 54' 6" x23' 2"

120 guns

900

1858 - 1859: Converted to steam power

Nile

1827/1839

2590 tons

205' 6" x 54' 6" x23'

92 guns

820

1852 - 1854: Converted to steam power

Northumberland 1795/1798 1887 tons 182' x 48' 7" x 21' 7" 74 guns 640 1850: Scrapped
Ocean 1792/1805 2269 tons 196' x 51' x 21' 6" 98 guns 738 1819: Reduced to 80 guns
1841: Depot ship
1852: Coal hulk
1875: Scrapped
Orion 1850/1854 2600 tons 238' x 55' 9 " x 24' 80 guns 720 1852: Converted to steam power

Pembroke

1809/1812

1741 tons

176' x 47' 6" x 21'

74 guns

590

1854 - 1855: Converted to steam power

Pitt

1813/1816

1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590

1853: Coal depot (Portsmouth)
1860: Coal depot (Portland)
1877: Scrapped

Poictiers 1807/1809 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1837: Guardship (Chatham)
1857: Scrapped

Powerful

1820/1826

2296 tons

195' 4" x 52' 4" x 22' 6"

84 guns

700

1860: Target ship
1862: Sold for scrapping

Prince 1782/1788 2088 tons 194' 6" x 49' x 21' 98 guns 750 1816: Hulked
1837: Sold for scrapping
Prince George 1766/1767 1870 tons 177' 6" x 50' 3" x 21' 98 guns 750 1816: Sheer hulk (Portsmouth)
1839: Scrapped
Prince of Wales 1848/1860 3186 tons 210' x 60' x 24' 8" 120 guns 970 1860: Converted to steam power

Prince Regent

1815/1823

2695 tons

205' 6" x 53' 6" x23' 2"

120 guns

900

1823: Guardship
1847: Reduced to 92 guns
1860 - 1861: Converted to steam power

Princess Charlotte

1818/1825

2443 tons

197' 7" x 52' 9" x 22' 6"

110 guns

738

1835: Reduced to 104 guns
1857: Barracks ship (Hong Kong)
1860: Receiving ship (Hong Kong)
1875: Sold for scrapping

Princess Royal 1841/1853 2695 tons 217' x 58' 2" x 24'

90 guns

820

Originally named Prince Albert
1852: Converted to steam power

Queen

1833/1839

3240 tons

204' x 60' x 23' 9"

110 guns

950

Originally named Royal Frederick
1858 - 1859: Converted to steam power

Queen Charlotte 1805/1810 2311 tons 190' 7" x 53' 7" x 22' 2" 100 guns 837 1859: Hulked (Portsmouth); Gunnery TS; Renamed Excellent
1892: Sold for scrapping
Ramillies 1782/1785 1652 tons 170' x 46' 6" x 19' 11" 74 guns 550 1850: Scrapped
Redoubtable 1808/1815 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1841: Scrapped
Revenge 1800/1805 1918 tons 182' x 49'  x 20' 9" 74 guns 590 1839: Increased to 76 guns
1849: Scrapped

Rodney

1827/1833

2590 tons

205' 6" x 54' 6" x23'

92 guns

820

1859 - 1860: Converted to steam power

Royal Adelaide

1819/1828

2446 tons

197' 7" x 52' 9" x 22' 6"

110 guns

738

Originally named London
1835: Reduced to 104 guns
1859: Guardship (Plymouth)
1860: Receiving ship (Plymouth)
1891: Receiving ship (Chatham)
1905: Sold for scrapping

Royal Albert 1844/1854 3463 tons 200' x 60' 10" x 24' 2" 120 guns 1000 1852: Converted to steam power

Royal Frederick

1841/1860

3240 tons

204' x 60' x 23' 9"

110 guns

950

Originally named Royal Sovereign
1859 - 1860: Converted to steam power

Royal George

1823/1827

2695 tons

205' 6" x 53' 6" x23' 2"

120 guns

900

Originally named Neptune
1852 - 1853: Converted to steam power

Royal Oak 1806/1809 1729 tons 175' x 47' 6" x 20' 6" 74 guns 640 1825: Receiving ship (Bermuda)
1850: Scrapped
Royal Sovereign 1774/1786 2193 tons 186' x 52' x 22' 3" 100 guns 837 1825: Receiving ship (Plymouth); Renamed Captain
1826: Hulked (Plymouth)
1841: Scrapped
Royal Sovereign 1849/1857 3186 tons 210' x 60' x 24' 8" 120 guns 970 1855: Converted to steam power

Royal William

1827/1833

2694 tons

205' 6" x 54' 6" x23' 2"

120 guns

900

1859 - 1860: Converted to steam power

Russell

1814/1822

1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590

1854 - 1855: Converted to steam power

St Jean D'Acre 1844/1854 3136 tons 218' 7" x 60' x 24' 5"

90 guns

820

1852: Converted to steam power

Saint George

1827/1840

2694 tons

205' 6" x 54' 6" x23' 2"

120 guns

900

1850: Guardship
1858 - 1859: Converted to steam power

Saint Vincent

1810/1815

2601 tons

205' x 53' 9" x24'

120 guns

900

1841: Hulked (Portsmouth)
1850: Reduced to 102 guns
1854: Troopship
1862: Boys' TS (Portsmouth)
1906: Sold for scrapping

San Josef -/1783 2456 tons 194' 3" x 54' 3" x 24' 3" 110 guns 837 1797: Captured from the Spanish
1815: Laid up
1837: Gunnery TS (Plymouth)
1849: Scrapped
Sans Pareil -/- 2242 tons 193' x 51' 6" x 23' 4" 80 guns 738 1794: Captured from the French
1810: Sheer hulk
1842: Scrapped
Sans Pareil 1845/1851 2242 tons 200' x 52' 1" x 22' 8" 80 guns 750 1849 - 1851: Converted to steam power
Saturn 1782/1786 1604 tons 168' x 46' 9" x 19' 9" 74 guns 550 1813: Reduced to 58 guns
1830: Gunnery TS
1845: Receiving ship
1850: Guard ship
1868: Scrapped
Spartiate -/1797 1949 tons 182' 7" x 49' 4" x 21' 7" 74 guns 640 1798: Captured from the French
1842: Sheer hulk (Plymouth)
1857: Scrapped
Sultan 1805/1807 1729 tons 175' x 47' 6" x 20' 6" 74 guns 640 1861: Receiving ship (Portsmouth)
1862: Target ship
1864: Sold for scrapping
Stirling Castle 1808/1811 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1839: Convict ship (Plymouth)
1844: Convict ship (Portsmouth)
1861: Scrapped

Superb

1838/1842

2583 tons

190' x 56' 9" x 23' 4"

80 guns

720

1869: Sold for scrapping

Swiftsure 1802/1804 1704 tons 173' x 47' 6" x 20' 9" 74 guns 590 1819: Receiving ship (Portsmouth)
1845: Sold for scrapping
Talavera 1814/1818 1706 tons 174' x 47' 4" x 20' 6" 74 guns 590 Originally named Thunderer
1840: Burnt; Scrapped
Temeraire 1793/1798 2110 tons 185' x 51' x 21' 98 guns 850 18213: Prison ship (Plymouth)
1820: Receiving ship
1838: Sold for scrapping

Thunderer

1823/1831

2279 tons

195' 4" x 52' 4" x 22' 6"

84 guns

700

1863: Target ship
1869: Renamed Comet
1870:
Renamed Nettle
1901: Sold for scrapping

Trafalgar 1813/1820 2386 tons 196' x 52' 6" x 22' 8" 106 guns 738 1825: Renamed Camperdown
1835: Increased to 104 guns
1853: Guardship (Portsmouth)
1860: Coal depot (Portsmouth)
1882: Renamed Pitt
1906: Sold for scrapping

Trafalgar

1829/1841

2694 tons

205' 6" x 54' 6" x23' 2"

120 guns

900

1858 - 1859: Converted to steam power

Tremendous 1782/1784 1656 tons 169' 6" x 47' 4" x 20' 3" 74 guns 550 1807 - 1811: Reconstructed
1845: Reduced to 50 guns; Renamed Grampus
1856: Powder depot (Portsmouth)
1883: Transferred  to War Department
1897: Scrapped
Triumph 1758/1764 1793 tons 171' 3" x 49' 3" x 21' 3" 74 guns 635 1850: Scrapped

Vanguard

1833/1835

2609 tons

190' x 56' 9" x 23' 4"

80 guns

720

1867: Renamed Ajax
1875: Sold for scrapping

Venerable 1805/1808 1706 tons 174' x 47' 4" x 20' 74 guns 590 1825: Church ship (Portsmouth)
1838: Scrapped

Vengeance

1819/1824

2284 tons

195' 4" x 52' 4" x 22' 6"

84 guns

700

1861: Receiving ship (Plymouth)
1864: Hulked
1879: Sheer hulk
1897: Sold for scrapping

Vengeur 1807/1810 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1824: Receiving ship (Sheerness)
1843: Scrapped
Victorious 1805/1808 1704 tons 173' x 47' 6" x 20' 9" 74 guns 590 1826: Receiving ship (Portsmouth)
1862: Sold for scrapping

Victory

1759/1765

2164 tons

186' x 51' 10" x 21' 6"

100 guns

837

1824: Receiving ship (Portsmouth)
Still in commission

Vigo 1807/1810 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1827: Receiving ship (Plymouth)
1865: Sold for scrapping
Ville de Paris 1789/1795 2332 tons 190' x 53' x 22' 4" 110 guns 837 1825: Hulked (Milford Haven)
1845: Scrapped
Vindictive 1808/1813 1741 tons 176' x 47' 6" x 21' 74 guns 590 1832: Reduced to 50 guns
1862: Storeship (Fernando Po)
1871: Sank; Wreck sold for scrapping
Warrior 1773/1781 1620 tons 169' x 46' 11" x 20' 74 guns 550 1819: Receiving ship (Chatham)
1831: Quarantine ship
1832: Receiving ship (Woolwich)
1857: Scrapped
Warspite 1805/1807 1880 tons 180' x 48' 10" x 21' 74 guns 590 1837: Reduced to 50 guns
1862: Loaned to Marine Society as a TS (Woolwich)
1876: Burnt; Sold for scrapping

Waterloo

1813/1818

2041 tons

192' x 49' x 21'

80 guns

650

Originally named Talavera
1824: Renamed Bellerophon
1856: Receiving ship (Portsmouth)
1892: Sold for scrapping

Waterloo

1827/1833

2694 tons

205' 6" x 54' 6" x23' 2"

120 guns

900

1859: Converted to steam power

Wellesley

1813/1815

1738 tons

176' x 47' 6" x 21'

74 guns

590

1825: Guardship (Portsmouth)
1839: Reduced to 72 guns
1862: Receiving ship (Chatham)
1868: Loaned to London School Ship Society (Purfleet); Renamed Cornwall
1940: Sunk by air attack

Windsor Castle 1782/1784 1870 tons 177' 6" x 49' x 21' 98 guns 750 1814: Reduced to 74 guns
1839: Scrapped
Windsor Castle 1844/1858 3099 tons 204' x 60' x 23' 9" 110 guns 950 Originally named Victoria
1857: Converted to steam power
York 1805/1807 1729 tons 175' x 47' 6" x 20' 6" 74 guns 640 1819: Convict ship (Portsmouth)
1854: Scrapped

Key

- = Unknown
ton = 20 cwt. or 2240 lbs.
TS = Training Ship

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© Robert George Cordery (2005)