Origin and History
This Swedish frigate was built by Daniel Friese at the Skeppsholmen shipyard near Stockholm. She was launched in 1738.
On October 5 1742 (September 24 O.S.), the frigate took refuge in the harbour of Revel during a storm and was captured by the Russian Navy.
During the Seven Years' War, the frigate was under the command of:
- in 1756: Captain S. L. Kuzmishev (С. Л. Кузмищев)
- in 1757: Captain E. Rodichev (Е. Родичев)
- in 1758: Captain S. Volotskoy (С. Волоцкой)
- in 1759: Captain P. P. Klement'ev (П. П. Клементьев)
- in 1760: Captain N. V. Tolbuzin (Н.В. Толбузин)
- in 1761: Captain N. A. Goryainov (Н .А. Горяинов)
- in 1762: Captain P. P. Fondezin (П. П. Фондезин)
- in 1763: Captain P. K. Krenitsyn (П. К. Креницын)
The frigate was broken up in Kronshtadt in 1773.
Service during the War
During the Seven Years' War, the frigate served as a fire watch vessel at Kronshtadt.
|Guns||24 (following breakdown represents guns allocation when the frigate was part of the Swedish Navy)
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|Displacement||330 tons burthen|
Harrison, Simon and Manuel Blasco, Three Decks - Warships in the Age of Sail
Shirokorad, A. B.: 200 лет парусного флота (200 years of sailing fleet)
Roman Shlygin for the initial version of this article