HMS Royal Charles (1673)  (2nd)
1st Rate 100-gun

This HMS Royal Charles was the second to carry the name, a 1st rate, 100-gun ship-of-the-line, three decker. She was also sometimes known as the Charles Royall

Built at Portsmouth Dockyard, launched 1673, and of 1,443 tons builders measurement (bm). Her establishment of 100-guns was only carried in time of war in home waters. In war overseas or in peace she carried 90-guns.

She was rebuilt at Woolwich 1693, when her tonnage increased to 1,658 tons, and renamed HMS Queen

On 09-Sep-1715 came another rename to Royal George, followed by a rebuild at Woolwich when her tonnage again increased. This time to 1,810 tons bm, when she measured 172ft long and 49ft 6in wide.

Yet another rename followed on 19-Jan-1756, this time to Royal Anne.  

Broken up 1767.

Won the Battle Honours: Sole Bay 1672, Schooneveld 1673 and Texel 1673.


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This page last edited - 03 April, 2013.

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