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Type: 1st rate ; Armament 120
Launched : 26 Jul 1820 ; Disposal date or year : 1906
BM: 2694 tons
Propulsion: Sail - Screw
Machinery notes: 500 hp
1825 Camperdown renamed Trafalgar
1846 Experimental Squadron, Portsmouth, Thursday. April 23 Trafalgar, Captain Nott, arrived at Spithead this morning from Sheerness, to join the squadron. Trafalgar, Captain J. N. Nott, - Sir William Rule constructor, 120 guns, 2694 tons.
July 1846 The Squadron of Evolution at Cove. Summer Cruise. With respect to the movements of the squadron we are informed, that they are under orders to proceed again to sea after a delay of three days to water - that they will cruise towards Bantry, and anchor for some time in that splendid bay, where, as we are informed, it is intended that the crews and marines shall be landed and exercised in warlike tactics, landing at night, and such like evolutions, the object of the present trials being to exercise the crews and manoeuvre them in naval operations. See St. Vincent for the full extract from the Cork Southern Reporter
14 July, 1846.Evolutions for the Squadron of Evolutions See St. Vincent for the full extract from the Cork Cork Examiner 27 Jul 1851 Portsmouth, July 27. The Trafalgar, 120, will be paid advance of wages to-morrow, and sail on Wednesday for the Mediterranean. On her arrival at Malta the Ganges, 84, Captain Smith, will come home to be paid off.
30 Aug 1851 Mediterranean
1854 Harbour Service
1857 Coal hulk
1860 Coal Depot, Portsmouth
1882 Renamed Pitt.