HMS Albemarle (1680)  (3rd)
2nd Rate 90-Gun

This HMS Albemarle was the third to carry the name was a 2nd rate, three deck, 90/82-gun ship-of-the-line. (90-guns war service at home and 82 guns peacetime or war service overseas.)

She was built by Betts of Harwich, 162ft long, 44ft 6in wide, 18ft 4in depth in the hold and 1,376 tons builders measurement (bm) and launched 1680. Carried a crew of 680 during war in home waters or 500 in peace or war overseas.

Rebuilt 1701 at Chatham, with a slight increase in tonnage to 1,398 tons bm, then renamed Union 29-Dec-1709.

Underwent another rebuild 1726, when her size increased to 1,578 tons bm.

Broken up at Chatham Nov-1749.

Won the Battle Honour: Barfleur 1692.


Other HMS Albemarle
- 1st  HMS Albemarle
- 2nd HMS Albemarle
- 3rd HMS Albemarle
- 4th HMS Albemarle
- 5th HMS Albemarle

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- Full Battle Honours

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This page last edited - 28 October, 2012.

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