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80-84 GUN SHIP CLASSES 1709-1855
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(*Fleets : Az = Azov sea, Ba = Baltic, Bs = Black sea)
Sources :
John Tredrea & Eduard Sozaev “Russian Warships in the Age of Sail 1696-1860”, 2010
Chernishev A.A ,VOL.1 , 1997, ISBN :5-203-01788-3
Dimensions : Length in upper deck or lower deck (lg.), or between perpendiculars(pp.).
Beam outside planking(op.) or inside(ip.), depth in hold, and later also draugth(mean) or fore/aft.
Source for Dimensions/tons :
V=Veselago, S=O Sudakh, G=Grebenshchikova, P=Pamyatnaya, F=Fincham 1851, Z=Zapiski, A=Apraksin, GO=Golovachev, L=Lazarev

Ship Name
(S.= Sviatoi)

Launch
Year

Out of
Year

Fleet*

Guns

Guns(pdr.)
(first)

Dimensions (ft.)

Crew

Staryi Oryol

1709

1727 BU

Az

82/80

?

160 x 42 x 10-6

500

Nord-Adler

1720

1740- BU

Ba

80/88

26x24, 26x16,
26x8, 10x4

157 x 44-8 x 19

650/ 800

S. Andrei

1721

1740- BU

S. Pyotr

1720

1736 BU

Ba

80/88

26x24, 26x18,
26x8, 10x4

160 x 138(kl.) x 45 x 18-8 (V)
162 x 46-10,5 x 18-9,5 (A)

650/ 800

Fridemaker

1721

1736 BU

Ba

80/88

26x24, 26x16,
26x8, (10x4)

157 x 43-6 x 20-8 (V)
157-8 x 45-7,5 x 18-8 (A)

650/ 800

S. Pavel

1743

1756 BU

Ba

80/86

26x24
26x16
26x8
8x6

169 x 46-4 x 20-7


674

S. Ioann Zlatoust Pervyi

1751

1769 BU

“

S. Nikolai

1754

1769 BU

“

S. Pavel

1755

1769- BU

“

S. AndreI Pervozvannyy

1758

1785 BU

80/86/72

S. Kliment Papa Rimskii

1758

1780 BU

“

Kir Ioann
(ex Fridrikhh reks)

1762

1773 Condemned

80/86

Sviataia Ekaterina

1762

1769< discarded

“

Sviatoslav

1769

1770 scuttled

“

Chesma

1770

1781 BU

80/86/72

Josif II  /
Rozhdestvo Khristovo (1790)

1787

1800 BU

Bs

80

30x36, 30x18, 20x8

180 x 49-6 x 20-3

560/ 754

S. Pavel

1794 

1810 BU

Bs  

84/90

24x36+6x60u
26x24+6x60u
24x18
4x12 

180 x 50 x 20-6

813/ 875 
1030

Rafail

1802 

1808 Ceded to England
1808 abandoned at Lisbon poor condition.

Ba  

80/82

24x36, 4x60u
26x24short, 4x24u
22x8 

182 x 49-6 x 21
(3200 t.)

650 

Arkhangel Uriil

1802 

1809 Ceded to France

Ba  

80/76 

24x36, 4x60u
26x24short, 4x24u
22x8 

186 x 49-6 x 21-4 

695 

Tvyordyi

1805

1808 Impounded in England
1813 Sold to England 

Ba

84/90/74

Smelyi

1808 

1819 BU

Ba  

88 

30x36 short
32x24 short
26x8 or 24c. 

198 x 50-4 x 19-6

Emgeiten

1822 

1835 hulked

Ba  

84 

26x36 short, 4x60u
32x24 short
(22x12)

196 x 51 x 24-7

Gangut

1825 

1854 convert to screw
1862 training
1871 decommisioned

Ba  

84/85 

26x36, 6x60u
32x24
2x24 short, 26x24c.

196 x 51 x 23-7
1856 built as a sailing-screw ship
=212 x 53-8 x 23-8 x 21-7/23-1
(3814 t. as screw)
500 nhp./9 knots.

659 (1827)
782 (1856)

Imperatritsa Aleksandra

1827 

1863 decommisioned

Ba  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

84/96 

28x36, 4x60u
32x24
6x12, 26x24c.

196 x 50 x 23-7 (V)
191x 50 x 22-11 (Z)
draught :21-8
(3586 t.) (P) 

779
850 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emgeiten

1828 

1858 BU

84/94

28x36, 4x60u
32x24
6x12, 26x24c.

196 x 50 x 23-7

Poltava  

1829 

1860 decommisioned

84/90 

28x36, 4x60u
32x24
6x12, 26x24c.

191 x 50 x 23 (V)
(3586 t.) (P) 

Ne Tron Menia

1832 

1863 decommisioned

84/92 

28x36, 4x60u
32x36 short
4x18, 24x36c., 4x18c.

196 x 50 x 23-8 (V)
191-4 x 179-3 (kl.) x 50-7 x ? (Z)
(3586 t.) (P) 

Vladimir

1833 

1860 floating crane

84/92 

28x36, 4x60u
32x24
6x12, 26x24c.

196 x 50 x 23-7 (V)
191-4 x 179-3 (kl.) x 50 x ? (Z)
(3586 t.) (P) 

Vola  

1837 

1856 convert to screw
1871 training
1889 BU 

84/92 

28x36, 4x60u
32x24
6x12, 26x24c.

196 x 50 x 23-7 (V)
191-4 x 179-2 (kl.) x 50 x ? (Z)
(3586 t.) (P) 
1856  as a sailing-screw ship:
215/212 x 53-8 x 23-8 x 21-7/23-1
3814 tons.
500 hp.10 knots, 85-guns

Andrei

1844 

1857 hulked
1861 decommisioned

80/84 

26x36, 6x9,65” shell
28x24, 4x60u
6x24 gunnades, 14x24c.

196 x 50 x 23-7 (V)
3500 tons (P)

Lefort  

1835 

1857 wrecked
(837 people lost)

84/94 

28x36, 4x60u
32x24
6x12, 26x24c.

196 x 50 x 23-7 (V)
3588 tons (P)
3768 tons in 1857 (P)

779

Imperatritsa Mariia

1827

1843 hulked

Bs

 

84/96

28x36+4x60u
32x24
6x12+26x24c. 

196 x 51 x 29 (V)
196 x 51,8 x 20,63, 3575,5 tons (F)
195-6 x 186-3(kl.) x 51-4 x 22-6 (S)

?  

 

Chesma  

1828 

<1841 hulked

84/91

“

196 x 51-7 x 22-6 (V)
195-6 x 186-3(kl.) x 50-9 x 22-2 (S)

Anapa

1829 

1845 convert
harbour vessel
1850 BU 

84/108

“

196 x 51-7 x 22-6 (V)
195-6 x 186-3(kl.) x 50-9 x 22-2 (S)

Pamyat Evstafii

1830 

1845 convert
harbour vessel
1850 BU 

Bs  

84/108 

”

196-6 x 51-4 x 22-4 (V)
196-6 x 192-8(kl.) x 51-4 x 22-4 (S)

835 

Adrianopol  

1830 

1845 convert
harbour vessel
1850 BU 

Bs  

84/108 

“ 

191-10 x 51-8 x 21 (V)
192 x 189-2(kl.) x 51-4 x 23-6 (S)

830 

Imperatritsa Ekaterina II

1831 

1845 convert
harbour vessel
1847 hulked

Bs 

84/96 

“ 

191-10 x 51 x 23 (V)
191,93 x 52,21 x 21,18, 3516,6 tons (F)
194-2 x 183-7(kl.) x 51-4 x 23-9 (S)

745 

Silistriia  

1835 

1852 hulked
1854 scuttled

Bs  

84/88 

26x36+4x60u
32x24
22x24(gunnades)

191-10 x 52-2 x 24-11,5 x 23
2350 bm. , 3540 tons.  (L)
193-5 x 183(kl.) x 51-4 x 25 x 22-2/24 (S)

Sultan Makhmud 

1836 

1852 hulked
1854 BU

Bs  

 

 

 

 

84/86 

28x36+4x60u
32x36 short
6x18+16x36c. 

196 x 53-6 x 26-7/23-8
2500 bm. , 3790 tons (L)
197-6 x 184-4(kl.) x 52(ip.) x 25-6 x 23/24-3 (S)

750 

 

 

 

 

Trekh Ierarkhov

1838 

1854 BU

84/90

26x36+4x60u
32x36 short
6x18+20x36c.
2x24c., 1x12c., 2x8c. 

196 x 53-6 x 26-7/23-8
2500 bm. , 3790 tons (L)
197-4 x 184(kl.) x 52 x 26-4 x 23/24-3 (S)

Arkhangel Gavriil  

1839 

1854 scuttled

84/86

26x36+4x60u
32x36 short
8x18+14x36c.
1x24c., 2x12c., 2x8c. 

197-4 x 52 x 26-7/23-8 (V)
2500 bm. , 3790 tons (P)
197-4 x 184(kl.) x 52 x 26-4 x 23/24-3 (S)

Selafail  

1840 

1854 scuttled

84/96

26x36+4x60u
32x36 short
8x18+10x36c.
2x24, 2x12c., 2x8c. 

197-4 x 52 x 26-7/23-8 (V)
2500 bm. , 3790 tons (P)
197-4 x 184(kl.) x 52 x 26-4 x 23/24-3 (S)

Uriil  

1840 

1854 scuttled

84/96

26x36+4x60u
32x36 short
8x18+10x36c.
2x24, 1x12c., 2x8c. 

197-4 x 52 x 26-7/23-8 (V)
2500 bm. , 3790 tons (P)
197-4 x 184(kl.) x 52 x 26-4 x 23/24-3 (S)

Varna  

1842 

1854 scuttled

84/96

26x36+4x60u
32x36 short
20x24 gunnades
2x24c., 6x18c., 2x12c., 2x8c. 

196 x 53-6 x 26-7/23-8 (V)
2500 bm. , 3790 tons (P)
197-4 x 184(kl.) x 52 x 26-4 x 23/24-3 (S)

Iagudiil  

1843 

1855 scuttled

84/96

26x36+4x60u
32x36 short
20x24 gunnades
2x24c., 7x18c., 2x12c., 2x8c. 

197-4 x 52 x 26-7/23-8 (V)
2500 bm. , 3790 tons (P)
197-4 x 184(kl.) x 52 x 25-6 x 23/24-3 (S)

Sviatoslav  

1845 

1854 hospital ship
1855 scuttled

84/96

26x36+4x60u
32x36 short
20x24 gunnades
2x24c., 8x18c., 1x12c., 3x8c. 

197-4 x 52 x 26-7/23-8 (V)
2500 bm. , 3790 tons (P)

Rostislav  

1844 

1855 scuttled

Bs  

84/90 

8-68 shell+24x36
34x36 short
20x24 gunnades,
2x24c., 6x18c., 1x12c.

196 x 55 x 26-7/23-8 (V)
2590 bm., 3890 tons. (P) 

770 

Khrabryi  

1847 

1855 scuttled

Bs  

84/86 

28-68 shell+4x36
32x36 short
24x24 gunnades,
2x24c., 6x18c., 2x12c.,
2x8c.

200 x 56-3 x 24 (V)
(206 pp.)?
2770 bm., 4160 tons (P)

770 

Imperatritsa Mariia

1853

1855 scuttled

84/90

8-68 shell+24x36
34x36 short
20x24 gunnades,
2x24c., 2x12c., 2x8c.

200 x 56-8 x 24 (V)
(206 pp.)?
2770 bm., 4160 tons (P)

Chesma

1849

1855 scuttled

Bs

84/92

4-68 shell+28x36
32x36 short
8x18, 10x36c.,
2x24c., 2x12c., 2x8c.

196 x 57 x 23-8 (V)
(197-6 pp.)?
4030 tons (P)

770

Krasnoi

1847

1863 decommisioned

Ba

84

26x30, 6x9,65” shell
28x30 gunnades, 4x60u
4x30 gunnades, 14x30c.

196 x 179-6(kl.) x 48 x 19-3
201-2 upper deck.
3669 tons (P)

935

Prokhor

1851

1858 training
1863 decommisioned

Ba

84

26x36, 6x9,65” shell
28x36 gunnades, 4x60u
4x36 gunnades, 16x36c.

196 x 51-6(op.) x 23-6 (V)
Draught 6,8 m
3526 tons (P)

?

Oryol
(completed as screw)

1854

1863 decommisioned

Ba

84

28x68 shell+4x24
4x24 +24x24short
2x68 pivot, 4x24 short
16x24c.

196 x 51-6(op.) x 23-6 (V)
Draught 6,8 m
3526 tons (P)
206-8/202-8 x 51-6 x 23-7 x 20-9/23-6
3713 tons as a screw ship.
450 nhp/9,5 knots.

?

Retvizan
(completed as screw)
 

1855 

1863 convert to sail
1874 target vessel
1880 decommisioned

Ba  

81 

60, 36 pdr. 

215-10 x 52-8 x 21-7/23-1(dr.)
3823 tons, 500nhp./9,5 knots.

832 

 Notice : there was also some 18-ships of the “Iezekiil” – class (74-guns), which carried 80-90 guns.