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Frigates 1700-1860  ( letter "e" means, that ship is measured by english, and letter "s" Swedish measurement.)

Ship name

Launch
year

Out of
year

Guns

Gun Sizes

Length
(313,85 mm)

Beam
(313,85 mm)

Draugth
fore/aft
(313,85 mm)

Laest
(c.2 t.)

Crew

Postillionen

1701

1706

20

Wrecked 1706.
20-6.

94
?/28,4 m

23
6,4 m

12-6
3,0/3,2 m

80

Storman

1703

1722

44

Built especially travel for Elbe.
Built at Neumühlen.
(18-18, 18-12, 8-4)

122

37

7-6/9

297

Chrisansoe

1707

1736

20/48
(32)

koffardiskib”/transport from 1708.
Defence-ship 1714-17.
Out of service 1736.
48-guns in 1716 (4-12,38-6,6-4), and
140 men.
8 pdrs. largest, when built.

39,6 m

?

?

446 

80

Høyenhald 

1708

1754

30

Discarded 1754.
18-8, 12-4.

110

29

11-3/12-3
(11/12)

140

Raae

1709

1751

30

Discarded, and scrapped 1751.
18-8, 12-4.

110

29

10-2/11-2
(11-3/12-3)

140
(171)

Færøe 

1709

1711

20

Out of Navy 1711.
20-6 pdr.

39,6 m ?

7,9 m

3,0 m

 ?

70

Søeridderen

1710
purchased

1753

28

Bought Holland.
Out of Navy 1753.
8 pdrs largest.

?

?

12/13

?

140

Leoparden

1711

1728

24

24-6.
Built at Norge.

?

?

?

?

150

Løvendals Galej

1711

1727

18-20

12x6, 6x4 (20-6).
Built at Langesund, Norway.
Rebuilt 1712.

90

22

11

?

100

Postillon
(ex St. Franciscus)

1711
purchased

1722

26

26-4
Bought Elbe, ex French merchant frigate.
Out of service 1722.

?

?

?

?

121

Svenske Sophia

1711
prize

1721

20

Swedish prize.
20-4

?

?

?

?

64

Søormen

1713
prize

1714

20

Ex Swedish private frigate Götta Lejon.
Wrecked 1714.
20-4.

?

?

?

?

64

Hvide ørn

1715
prize

1751

30

Ex Swedish Vita Örn.
12 pdrs. Largest guns.
Rebuilt 1751-(53).

105
111s

30
31-9s

11-6/13
13-2s

170-204

Svenske Falk /
Hvide Falk /
Falken

1715
prize

1755

28

Swedish prize.
6 pdrs.
Discarded 1755.

100

24-6

11/12

?

140

Fortuna

1716

1722

26

Built in Norway.
26x8

?

?

?

?

110

Pommer
(ex Ilderim)

1717
purchased

1765

34-39

Swedish ship Ilderim.
Taken by English, and sold to Danish.
Rebuilt 1740-43.
Crew 305, 34 guns. (1749)
289 (1761-65).
18 pdrs largest guns.

136
140s

35
36-6s

14/16
17s

289-305

Stralsund

1717
prize

1761

32

Swedish prize.
Rebuilt 1745.
Discarded 1761.
18 pdr. Largest guns.
Ship hight from waterline=41,5 m

105
34,4 m

30
10,1 m

11-6/13
3,0/3,3 m

240

Varbierg /
Warberg

1719
prize

1729

36

Swedish prize.
( Varberg 1699.)
18 pdrs. largest.
Asiatisk Comppany 1729.
(Cronprintz Christian)

110
36,1 m
115s

30
9,4 m
30s

?
4,1 m
13-6s

?

200

Blaae Heyren/
Blaahejren/
Blaa Heyren

1734

1756

18

Sold 1756.
4 pdr.

86

22-2

9-4/11-6

130

81

ChristiansØe

1741

1761

18

Converted to barge 1761.
4 pdrs.guns.

86

23

8-5/8-11

114

81

Falster
(ex Cronjagten Falster)

1742

1753

40

Accidentally destroyed by fire on coast of Marocco 1753 (132 died).
2-decker.
20-18, 20-8.

125

34

15/17

307

Christiansborg
 

1746

1756

30

Condemned fo BU 1756.
8pdrs. main guns.

115

30-6

15-6
4,2/4,9 m

349

214

Docquen/ Dokken

1746

1772

30

Condemned fo BU 1772.
8 pdrs. Main guns.
20-8, 10-4 (17
67)

115

30-7

14-8/15-5
(13-5/14-8)

358 

214
194

Samsø

1746

1767

22

Out of navy 1767.
22-6.

100

26-8

11-9/12-10

247 

100-122

Bornholm

1748

1773

40

Out of service 1773.
2-decker.
20-12, 20-8.

130

34

15/17

526

332

Møen

1752

1777/
1790

40

skØtpram” 1777.
Out of service 1790.
20-18, 20-8

128

35

15-7,5/16-10

564,5 

332

Hvide ørn

1753

1776

30

Condemned 1776 (BU).
12 pdr. Largest guns.

115

31

13-6/15

351 

214

Wildmanden

1754

1773

18

Condemned , and BU 1773.
18-6/4.

90

23-11

10-5/11-8

153,25

103

Christiansborg

1758

1786

24

Condemned 1786.
24-12 pdr

128
40,2 m

(34)
10,6 m

13-5/14-8
4,2/4,6 m

446

214 

Langeland

1758

1785

18

1785 “skØtpram”
18x4.

89

23-2

9-4/9-8

140,5

103

Søeridderen

1758

1785

18

1785 “pram”
18x4.

90

23-2

9-3/9-8

147,75

103

Falster

1760

1786

30

Out of service 1786.
22-12, 8-4

128

34-2

13-5/14-8

449,5

214

Havfruen

1760

1790

30

BU 1790.
22-12, 8-4

128

34-2

13-5/14-8

449,5

214

Tranquebar

1761

1781

24

BU 1781.
20-8, 4-4

115

30-9

12-3/13-3

322 

214

Alsen

1763

1790

20/30

BU 1790.
20-8, 10-1 falconets.

115

30-9

12-3/13-3

322

214

ChrisansØe 

1766

1790

30

Condemned, and BU 1790.
30-8.

128

34-2

13-5/14-8

449

196

Faerøe

1766

1791

20/30

Guardship from 1782.
20x8, 10x1 falconets

115

30-9

12-3/13-3

322 

173

Samsø

1770

1792

20

Hospital ship 1790.
20-6

115

31-6

13-6/14-6

356,25 

163

Perlen

1773

1797

34

Out of service as a frigate 1797, but rebuilt
as a barge, BU 1814.
24-12, 10-4.

128

34-6

13-9/15

462,5 

265

Bornholm

1774

1797

36

pram” 1797. BU 1814.
26-12, 10-4.

130-9

35

13-9/14-9

467,75

274

Christiania

1774

1793

20

Run Aground in a storm, and BU 1793.
She was then guarship.
20-8.

115

30-9

12-3/13-3

322 

173

Kiel

1775

1797

36

“PRAM” 1797. BU 1814.
26-12, 10-4.

130-9

35

13-9/14-9

467,38 

274

Cronborg

1776

1780

34

Wrecked coast of Jylland.
24-12, 10-4.

128

34-6

13-9/15

462,25

274

Møen

1777

1795

36

Sold 1795.
26-12, 10-4.

130-9

35

13-9/14-9

467,75 

274

Disco

1778

1778

42

Never equipped as a warship.
Left Asiatic Comppany in 1778.
BU 1795.
18 pdr. Main guns.

144

37

16-3/17-3

747,5 

389

St Thomas

1779

1807

36/42

Blockship 1801.
in 1807 she was defence-frigate (22-24pdr)
RN taken, and burnt her in 1807.
26-12, 10-4, 6-1 falconets.

130-9

35

13-9/14-9

467,75

274

Cronborg

1781

1801

36/42

Sold to Asiatic Comppany 1800,
but (trade)back as a blockship, and 
26 guns in 1801 (12pdr largest).
There were 18 dead, and 9 wounded
in battle, where she finally burnt.
26-12, 10-4, 6-1.

130-9

35

13-9/14-9

467,75

274

Det Store Belt

1782

1800

36/42

Left Asiatic Comppany in 1800.
The ship name also renamed Holsten.
26-12, 10-4, 6-1 falkoner.

130-9

35

13-9/14-9

467,75 

274

FrederiksvÆrn  

1783

1807

36/42

Taken by RN at the fall of Copenhagen 1807.
(keel :1107-9,75, 776 bm.)e
26-12, 1
0-4, 6-1 falkoner.

130-9
130-2e

35
36-9,75e

13-9/14-9
(17-3)
9-10(dh.)e

467,75 

274

Hvide ørn

1784

1795

24/30

Out of service 1795 (to Asiatic).
20-8, 4-4, 6-1 falconets.

112

29

13-9/14-9

388,5 

180

Kronprinsens Lystfregat

1785
given

1807

10

Give by English King 1785.
To England 1807.
Built in England.
10-4.

89-9

23-6

?

?

59

Pommeren


1785

1796

42

Out of service 1796.
Bought by Asiatic Comppany, and
renamed her Kronprinsesse Marie.
18 pdr. largest guns.

144

37

16-3/17-3

747,5

389

Havfruen

1789

1807

40/50

Taken by RN at the fall of Copenhagen 1807.
(keel :124-5,5, 1028 bm.)e
40/50 = 26-18, 14-6,
4-12 haupitzer, 6-1 falconet.

148
148-7e

37-6
39-4,5e

15-3/16-6
11-3(dh.)e

648,5
658 

380

Thetis

1790

1805

40/50

Discarded 1805, and BU afterward.
26-18, 14-6,
4-12 howizer, 6-1 falconet.

148

37-6

15-3/16-6

648,5
658 

380

Triton

1790

1807

24/30

Taken by RN, and burnt 1807.
24-12, 6-12 howitzer.

130

34

13-8/14-10

456,5 

263

Søeridderen

1791

1797

14

Designed to sail Elbe.
Sold 1797.
14-18.

108-6

25-6

10-6/11-6

216

162

Freya

1793

1807

40/50

Taken by RN at the fall of Copenhagen 1807.
(keel :124, 1022 bm.)e
28-18, 12-(18c.) /
26-18, 14-6,
4-12 howitzer, 6-1 falconet.

148
(144)
148-9e

37-6

39-4,5e

15-3/16-6

10-9(dh.)e

648,5
658 

380

Iris

1795

1807

40/50

Taken by RN at the fall of Copenhagen 1807.
(keel :125-0,75, 1033 bm.)e
26-18, 14-6,4-12 howitzer, 6-1 falconet

148
148-6e

37-6
39-5e

15-6/16-6
11-1(dh.)e

648,5
658 

380

Najaden/Nayaden

1796

1807

32/36

Taken by RN at the fall of Copenhagen 1807.
(keel :118-7,625, 827 bm.)e
26-12, 6-4, 4-24c.

140-6
140-7e

36
38-2,5e

14-3/15-6
10-6(dh.)e

519 

340

Hvide Ørn
 

1798

1799

24/30

Wrecked near by Korsica 1799.
24-8, 6-8 howitzer.

129-2

32-6

13/14
4,1/4,6 m

390,5

180

Elven
(small frigate/sloop)

1800

1807

18
12/16

Built to sail Elbe.
Taken by RN at the fall of Copenhagen 1807.
(keel :83-7,5, 333 bm.)e
6x24, 6x12c., 4x12howizer

99
101-1e

26
27-4,5e

10/10-3
11-3(dh.)

188

141

Friderichssteen
(frigate)

1800

1807

26/36

Taken by RN at the fall of Copenhagen 1807.
(keel :108-10, 679 bm.)e
20-30, 4-8, 4-1,
6-12 haupitzer, 2-12c.

129-2
128-8e

32-6
34-3e

13/14
9-4(dh.)e

390,5 

195

Det Lille bÆlt 
(small frigate)

1801

1807

20

Taken by RN at the fall of Copenhagen 1807.
(keel :94, 460 bm.)e
20-30c.

112-4
116-4e

28-9
30-4e

11-3/12-9
12-5,5(dh.)e

229,7
244 

173

Rota (frigate)

1801

1807

40

Taken by RN at the fall of Copenhagen 1807.
(keel :128-11,5, 1102 bm.)e
26-24, 6-24c., 8-8

152-1
(155-3)
153-6e

38

40-1e

15-6/16-6

10-10(dh.)e

677 

398

Eideren
(small frigate/sloop)

1802

1807

12/16
18

Taken by RN at the fall of Copenhagen 1807.
(keel :82-7, 335 bm.)e
6x24 or 8x18, 6x12c., 4x12hovizer.
18-18c. design
(6-30 in 1807)

99
99-9e

26
27-7,5e

10/10-3
10-10(dh.)

188

141

Fylla
(small frigate)

1802

1807

22/26

Taken by RN at the fall of Copenhagen 1807.
(keel :94-4,875, 460 bm.)e
20-30c., 2-8, 4-1 falconet.

112-4
115-11e

28-9
30-3,5e

11-3/12-9
7-2(dh.)e

229,7
244 

173

Diana
(frigate)

1804

1809

20

Taken by RN 1809, But handed over to Spanish,
when they
occupied Carthagena.
16-30c., 4-8.

112-4

28-9

11-3/12-9

229,7
244

173

Glückstadt
(small frigate/sloop)

1804

1807

12
18

Taken by RN at the fall of Copenhagen 1807.
(keel :82-5,625, 337 bm.)e
12-18.

99
102-2e

26
27-9e

10/10-3
11-2(dh.)e

188

141

Perlen
(frigate)

1804

1807

46

Taken by RN at the fall of Copenhagen 1807.
(keel :133, 1203 bm.)e
46-24.

155-3
156e

39-3
41-3e

16-7/17-7
12-2(dh.)e

779 

416

Venus
(frigate)

1805

1807

36

Taken by RN at the fall of Copenhagen 1807.
(keel :120-10,5, 942 bm.)e
18 pdrs. guns.

143-6
143-4,75e

36-6
38-3,25e

14-10/15-10
10-8,75(dh.)e

601 

340

Nymphen
(frigate)

1807

1807

36

Taken by RN at the fall of Copenhagen 1807.
(keel :117-10,125, 907 bm.)e
(24-18, 12-8).

140-6
140-4e

36
38-0,5e

14-3/15-6
10-3(dh.)e

519 

340

Anne Jacobine
(“koffardifregat”)

1808
hired

1809

22

22-8 (originally 22-18,8-6).
Returned to owners 1809.

?

?

?

?

?

Arveprinsen
(koffardifrigate)
(overtaken,hired)

1808
hired

1810

36

Returned to owners 1810.
24-12, 12-8

?

?

?

?

?

Cronprincessen
(koffardifrigate)
(overtaken,hired)

1808
hired

1810

36

Returned to owners 1810.
24-18, 12-8

?

?

?

?

?

Hester Marie
(koffardifrigate)
(overtaken,hired)

1808
hired

1810

38

Returned to owners 1810.
22-18, 16-8

?

?

?

?

?

Prins Frederik
(“koffardifregat”)

1808
hired

1809

16

Returned to owners 1809.
16-18.

?

?

?

?

?

Samuel
(“koffardifregat”)

1808
hired

1809

16

Returned to owners 1809.
2-6, 14-24c.

?

?

?

?

?

Najaden
(frigate)

1811

1812

36

Destroyed at LangØr harbour by RN
with heavy loss of life (145 dead, 85 wounded)
26-18, 4-6, 6-18c.

143-6

36-6

14-10/15-10

601 

336

Perlen
(frigate)

1812

1814

36

Wrecked 1814.
26-18, 4-6, 6-18c.

143-6

36-6

14-10/15-10

601 

322

Venus
(frigate)

1812

1835

40

Discarded 1835, and BU.
26-12 , 8-8, 6-18.

143-6

36-6

14-10/15-10

601

322

Minerva
(frigate)

1813

1836

40

Discarded 1836, and BU.
26-12 , 8-8, 6-18.

143-6

36-6

14-10/15-10

601 

322

Nymphen
(frigate)

1815

1852

40

Out of service 1852, sold 1853.
26-12 , 8-8, 6-18.

143-6

36-6

14-10/15-10

601 

322

Fylla
(frigate)

1816

1852

40

Out of service 1852, sold 1853.
26-12 , 8-8, 6-18.

143-6

36-6

14-10/15-10

601 

322

Freja
(frigate)

1819

1853

46

Sold 1853.
28-18, 8-8, 10-32c.
later : 46-18 pdr.

153-3

37-9

15-11,5/17-2,5

705,5 

404

Rota
(frigate)

1822

1863

46/50

Sold 1863.
28-18, 8-8, 10-30c.,
4-12 howitzer.

153-3

37-9

16-0,5/17-3,5

705,5 

404

Havfruen
(frigate)

1825

1864

46

Out of service 1864, sold 1865.
28-18, 10-30c., 8-4

153-3

37-9

16-0,5/17-3,5

705,5 

404

Bellona
(frigate)

1830

1862

46

Out of service 1862.
18 pdrs.

153-3

37-9

15-11,5/17-2,5

705,5

404

Thetis
(frigate)

1840

1864

48

Out of service 1864, BU 1871.
18 pdr. Largest guns.

155-3

38-6

16-8/17-10

713 

404

Gefion
(frigate)

1843

1849

48/52

Lost in action 1849 with sol
Christian den Ottende .

106 died, and 60 wounded in both together.
Also some 948 men taken POW.
24 pdrs largest.
later = 32-24, 20-8

165-4
160 (wl.)

41-1,5

17-7/18-9

855 

397

Dronning Marie
(ex SOL)

1850

1895

60

Ex ship of the line 1824.
Rebuilt as 60- gun frigate.
30-30, 30-18.

180-10

46

19-3/20-9

1344

551

Tordenskiold
(frigate)

1852

1872

44

Keel laid down 1847.
Rebuilt as a screw frigate in 1861.
(2-60, 14-30, 16-18 as a screw)
Sold 1872.
44-30 pdr..

165-4
160 (wl.)

42
(42-1)

17-7/18-9

859,17
914 

400

Niels Juel
(screw frigate)

1855

1879

42/50

900 ihk/9 kts
42-30 (1864: 30-30, 8-18, 4-12, 8-4 howitzer)

62,5 m

13,2 m

5,3/5,9 m

1904 t.

?

SjÆlland
(screw frigate)

1858

1885

42/50

1000 ihk/10 kts
42-30 (1864: 30-30, 8-18, 4-12, 8-4 howitzer)

62,5 m

13,2 m

5,3/5,9 m

1904 t.

?

Jylland
(screw frigate)

1860

1908

44/50

1300 ihk/12 kts
44-30, 1-18c., 1-12c., 8-4 howizer
hight from waterline = 55 m

64,1 m

13,2 m

5,3/5,9 m

2411 t.

430