40-guns Hebe Class Frigates

40-guns Hebe Class Frigates

The Hébé class was a class of six 40-gun frigates of the French Navy, designed in 1781 by Jacques-Noël Sané. Captured by the British Navy on 4 September 1782, the ship became the model for the British “Leda class” frigates. These ships were armed with 26 long 18-pounder guns (later increased to 28), 12 long 8-pounder guns and 4 36-pounder obusiers, and had a designated crew of 300.

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CARMAGNOLE 1793 / SIBYLLE 1791

CARMAGNOLE 1793 / SIBYLLE 1791Carmagnole was launched May, 22nd 1793 at Brest, and she finally ..

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HMS SYBILLE 1794 / HMS AMELIA 1796

HMS SYBILLE 1794 / HMS AMELIA 1796HMS Sybille was originally the 38-gun frigate “Sybille” of the Fre..

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PROSERPINE 1785 / DRYADE 1783

PROSERPINE 1785 / DRYADE 1783The Proserpine was a 38-gun Hébé-class frigate of the French Navy launc..

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