HMS Victory (1620)  (2nd)
2nd Rate 82-Gun 

This HMS Victory was originally built at Deptford as a 42-gun ship, of 541 tons builders measurement (bm).

She was rebuilt at Chatham in 1664-66 as a 2nd Rate, 82/72-gun, three decker, almost doubling in size to 1,020 tons bm.

An establishment of 82-guns was carried in time of war at home waters, the reduced complement of 72-guns was carried at peacetime or for overseas war. Giving her a gun complement of 82/72. 

Condemned 1690 and broken up 1691 at Woolwich.

Won the Battle Honours: Dover 1652, Portland 1653, Gabbard 1653, Scheveningen 1653, Four Days' Battle 1666, Orfordness 1666, Sole Bay 1672. Schooneveld 1673 and Texel 1673.


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This page last edited - 29 January, 2013.

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