HMS Echo (1797)  (4th)
Sloop 16-gun

This the fourth ship to carry the name HMS Echo was a 16-gun, sloop.

Built by King of Dover, launched Sep-1797, 96ft long, 29ft wide and of 341 tins builders measurement. Armed with 16 x 32pdr carronades and 2 x 6pdr guns.

Served initially in the North Sea and English Channel, went to the Caribbean Jan-1799 was based at the Leeward Islands Station as cruiser and convoy escort.

Captured a French Troop transport 1804, Oct-the same year captured the French privateer Hasard.

Returned to Britain 1806 for service in the Thames and English Channel.

Laid up at Woolwich Nov-1806

Sold 18-May-1809.


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- 5th HMS Echo
- 6th HMS Echo
- 7th HMS Echo
- 8th HMS Echo
- 9th HMS Echo
- 10th HMS Echo
- 11th HMS Echo
- 12th HMS Echo

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This page last edited - 16 September, 2012.

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