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Type: gun vessel ; Armament ??
Launched : 1797 ; Disposal date or year : Oct 1800 whilst under tow in Tetuan Bay, on the North Coast of what is now Morocco.
11 Sep 1800, on the Lisbon, Gibraltar, and Mediterranean Station (Lt Davies).
Type: Gun vessel ; Armament ??
Disposal date or year : ????
Ed. Note: I have no details for this vessel, although one wonders, since the movements continue with only a slight interruption if the vessel mentioned above may have been refloated, or was a French or Spanish prize acquired by the Flag Officer - frequently done on the West Indies Station !
5 Dec 1800 the Florentina, Capt. Broughton, in company with the Cynthia, Capt. Dick and Urchin, Lieutenant John Smith, captured, on the Mediterranean station, the French polacre Union, Chaffratt, master, laden with Rice; and Coffee, bound from Alexandria to France.
7 Dec 1800 the Florentina, in company with the Cynthia and Urchin captured, on the Mediterranean station, French Brig Le Bon Pasteur Retrouve, laden with Rice, Coffee, and Sugar, from Alexandria bound to France.
13 Dec 1800 the Florentina, in company with the Cynthia and Urchin captured, on the Mediterranean station, French Brig L'Heureuse Clairon, laden with Rice and Coffee, from Alexandria bound to France.
8 Mar to 2 Sep 1801 Services off the coast of Egypt, Mr. John Smith.