High Seas Fleet
The fleet mostly consisted of old ships. It was stationed at the Karlskrona naval base.
In 1756, the High Seas Fleet could not put more than 6 ships of the line and 2 frigates on active service.
In 1757, it managed to increase this to 11 ships of the line, 5 frigates, 2 gunboats and 4 galleys.
During the following years, there were 8 ships of the line and a varying number of support vessels in service.
Ships of the Line
In 1756, the fleet counted 24 ships of the line. Another ship of the line was launched during the war.
Konung Frederik (96)
Konung Karl (120)
Drottnig Ulrika Eleonora (86)
Drottnig Lovisa Ulrika (72)
Gota Lejon (74)
|Prins Karl Fredrik (70)|
|Adolf Fredrik (64)
|Fredericus Rex (62)
Fredrika Amalia (60)
|Prinsessan Sofia Charlotta (60)|
In 1756, the fleet counted 12 frigates.
In 1756, the fleet counted 3 brigs.
In 1756, the fleet counted 4 Prahme (oared gunboats), among which:
In 1756, the fleet counted 3 bomb ketches.
In 1756, the fleet counted 7 galliots.
In 1756, the fleet counted 9 galleys, among which:
This galley flotilla was stationed at Sveaborg, outside Helsingfors.
Naval Artillery Battalion
In 1756, the Army Fleet counted 57 galleys and 4 half galleys.
In 1756, the Army Fleet counted 4 Prahme (oared gunboats).
Blasco, Manuel: 3 Decks
Großer Generalstab: Die Kriege Friedrichs des Großen - Dritter Teil: Der Siebenjährige Krieg 1756–1763. Vol. 6 Leuthen, Kriegsgeschichtliche Abteilung II (Publisher), Berlin 1904, pp.92-107, Annex pp. 11-16
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