HMS Dreadnought (1801)  (6th)
2nd Rate 98-gun 

This the sixth ship to carry the name HMS Dreadnought was a second rate, 98-gun ship-of-the-line.

Built at Portsmouth Dockyard, launched 13-Jun-1801, 185ft long, 51ft wide and of 2,110 tons builders measurement.

She fought at Trafalgar as part of the Rear or Lee column under the command of Captain John Conn. During the battle she suffered light damage  with 7 killed and 26 wounded of her crew. (see: Fleets after the Battle).

Used as a hospital ship from 1827.

Breaking up completed by 31-Mar-1857.

Won the Battle Honour: Trafalgar 1805.


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- 7th HMS Dreadnought
- 8th HMS Dreadnought
- 9th HMS Dreadnought
- 10th HMS Dreadnought 

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This page last edited - 04 December, 2012.

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