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QUEEN 1st rate sailing ship-of-the-line (1840)


Ships


Name

No

Yard No

Builder

Laid down

Launched

Comp

Fate

Queen (ex-Royal Frederick)     Portsmouth DYd 11/1833 15/5/1839 3/4/1840 screw 10/1859, sold 1871


Technical data


Data variantsailing screw
Displacement normal, t

3103bm

3930

Displacement full, t   
Length, m

62.2 gundeck

66.0 pp

Breadth, m

18.3

18.3

Draught, m

7.24 hold depth

7.47 hold depth

No of shafts

 

1

Machinery

sails

sails + 1 2-cyl HSE

Power, h. p. 

2283ihp

Max speed, kts 

10.6

Fuel, t 

coal

Endurance, nm(kts)   
Armament

4 x 1 - 204/13 68pdr 60cwt shell SBML, 2 x 1 - 203/7 68pdr 36cwt SBML carronades, 56 x 1 - 163/18 32pdr 55cwt SBML, 32 x 1 - 162/17 32pdr 49cwt SBML, 12 x 1 - 161/14 32pdr 40cwt SBML, 4 x 1 - 139/8 18pdr 10cwt SBML carronades

32 x 1 - 204/13 8'' 65cwt shell SBML, 32 x 1 - 163/18 32pdr 56cwt SBML, 22 x 1 - 161/15 32pdr 42cwt SBML

Complement

950

830



Ship project history


110-guns three-decker. William Symonds design. Ordered also Royal Frederick, Algiers and Victoria were reordered to other designs.

Modernizations


1859: was converted to 86-gun two-deck screw ship

Naval service


No significant events.