HMS York (1660)  (1st)
Ship 54-gun 

This the first ship to carry the name HMS York was a 54-gun ship.

Originally HMS Marston Moor, launched 1654 and renamed 1660.

Built by Johnson, of Blackwall, 139ft long, 34ft 6in wide and of 734 tons builders measurement.

Captured the French privateer 1693 which was commissioned into King James Navy as HMS Prince of Wales.

Wrecked at The Shipwash 23-Nov-1703.

Won the Battle Honours: Lowestoft 1665, Four Days' Battle 1666, Orfordness 1666, Sole Bay 1672, Schooneveld 1673, Texel 1673 and Barfleur 1692.


Other HMS York
- 1st HMS York
- 2nd HMS York
- 3rd HMS York
- 4th HMS York
- 5th HMS York
- 6th HMS York
- 7th HMS York
- 8th HMS York
- 9th HMS York
- 10th HMS York

- Plans/Schematics
- Full Battle Honours

Outside Links
- Official Website
- Associated Sites
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This page last edited - 04 April, 2013.

Copyright Ian M King, except where otherwise indicated.