HMS Implacable (1805)  (1st)
3rd Rate 74-gun

This the first ship to carry the name HMS Implacable was a third rate, 74-gun, ship-of-the-line.

Originally the French ship Duguay-Trouin, captured 03-Nov-1805 and renamed, 181ft long, 49ft 6in wide and of 3,223 tons builders measurement.

Used as a training ship Jul-1855.

Loaned to Mr Wheatly Cobb Jan-1912 for preservation.

Scuttled 02-Dec-1921 off The Owers.

Won the Battle Honours: 'Sevolod' 1808 and Syria 1840.


Other HMS Implacable
- 1st  HMS Implacable
- 2nd HMS Implacable
- 3rd HMS Implacable

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This page last edited - 26 November, 2012.

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