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Marquis de Seignaly (captured 1780) [alternative spelling: Marquis de Seignelly/Seignelay]

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Collection Ship Plans, Admiralty Collection
Gallery locationNot on display
VesselsMarquis de Seignaly (captured 1780)

Object details:

Object ID ZAZ4536
Description Scale: 1:48. Plan showing the body plan with stern board outline, sheer lines with inboard detail and figurehead, and longitudinal half-breadth for Marquis de Seignaly (captured 1780), a captured French privateer prior to being fitted as a 14-gun Ship Sloop. Signed by George White [Master Shipwright, Portsmouth Dockyard, 1779-1793]. NMM, Progress Book, volume 5, folio 378, states that the 'Marquis de Seignaly' arrived at Portsmouth Dockyard on 15 December 1780 and was docked on 24 September 1782. She was undocked on 5 November and sailed on 7 February 1783 having been fitted. Having been fitted again at Portsmouth between 6 January and 23 February 1784 at Portsmouth, and refitted at Sheerness between 13 December 1784 and 1 March 1785, she was sold on 23 March 1786.
Date made circa 1782

Place made Portsmouth Dockyard
Credit National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
Materials paper; black ink; red ink; green ink
Measurements Sheet: 355 mm x 951 mm
  • Marquis de Seignaly (captured 1780) [alternative spelling: Marquis de Seignelly/Seignelay] (ZAZ4536)
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