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Type: Hired lugger ; Armament 16
Hired : 1799 ; Disposal date or year : 1801
4 Sep 1799, Plymouth, arrived from Guernsey, Fanny lugger, Ross, from a cruize.
8 Oct 1799, Plymouth, arrived from a cruise with the Constitution cutter.
12 Oct 1799, Plymouth, sailed the Fanny lugger on a cruise.
30 Oct 1799, Plymouth, arrived with a French privateer of 4 guns and 30 men her prise.
21 Nov 1799 the Start, bearing N.N.W. 15 Leagues, sighted 2 sail to windward, an English Schooner [Hope] in chace of a French Lugger running before the wind, and upon my hoisting French Colours the Lugger kept for us ; at 11 o'Clock a.m. we fired 2 shots at the lugger, when she struck, and proves to be a French Privateer belonging to Granville, armed with swivels and small arms, and 13 men ; out one day, had taken nothing.
27 Nov 1799, Plymouth, arrived the French lugger privateer Revanche, from St. Maloes, of 2 swivels and 36 men, prize to the Fanny.
17 Mar 1800, Plymouth, came in the Joseph armed lugger, and the Fanny lugger, from the Westward.
6 May 1800, Plymouth, arrived the Fanny lugger, Lt. Frizzel, from the Downs.
25 Jun 1800, Plymouth, sailed with a convoy to the westward.
14 Sep 1800, Plymouth, went into the Sound the Fanny, who goes convoy to Cork.
2 Oct 1800, Plymouth, sailed with a convoy for Dublin.
10 Oct 1800, Plymouth, came in the Juffrow Dierde, Prussian galliot, with salt from Croisir, detained and sent in by the Fanny, 14, Lt Frissell.
31 Oct 1800 Plymouth, arrived with a convoy from Milford.
15 Nov 1800, Plymouth, went into Catwater.
18 Nov 1800, Plymouth, sailed on a cruise.
Type: Cutter yacht ;
Launched : 28 Feb 1831 ; Disposal date or year : 1863
BM: 136 tons
Propulsion: Sail - screw
1831 Admiralty renamed Fanny.
Portsmouth 29 Jun 1833 In Harbour.
Portsmouth 6 Jul 1833 In Harbour.
Yacht of the Port-Admiral of Portsmouth.
2 Feb 1835 The cutters Fanny, Emerald and Speedy tested their sailing qualities at Portsmouth this week.
Portsmouth 28 Aug 1835 sailed for Weymouth to embark the bishop of Winchester for passage to the Channel Isles.
Jersey 8 Sep1835 reported to be due to sail for Guernsey shortly.
15 July 1848 Experimental Squadron sailed from Portsmouth - see St Vincent for article from the Morning Chronicle dated 17 Jul 1848
20 Dec 1848 Tender, Portsmouth
July 1849 Portland, where the Prince Consort was laying the foundation stone for the new Breakwater
27 Jul 1851 Portsmouth, The Royal Yacht Victoria and Albert came into harbour, with the Fanny, steam tender, yesterday from Osborne. Both vessels will remain in harbour till Monday morning, as usual, this arrangement affording their crews an opportunity of attending divine service on the Sunday.
1860 Tender to Victory, Portsmouth