HMS Superb (1736)  (2nd)
4th Rate 60-gun

This the second HMS Superb was a 4th Rate 60-gun ship.

Built at Deptford Dockyard, of 1,068 tons builders measurement, 144ft long and 41ft 6in wide, carrying 60-guns.

She served mainly in the Mediterranean and was present at the Capture of Louisburg under Commodore Warren on 28 June 1745.

Broken up at Sheerness Jul-1757.


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This page last edited - 15 November, 2012.

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