List of ships built at Ferrol shipyards 1750 – 1881

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This is a list of ships built in the Ferrol Shipyards of the Naval Station of Ferrol, in North-western Spain, between 1750 and 1881.[1][2][3]

Wooden ships[edit]

Warships[edit]

  • San Fernando (1751)
  • Castilla (1751)
  • Asia (1752)
  • Eolo (1753)
  • Oriente (1754)
  • Aquilon (1754)
  • Neptuno (1754)
  • Magnanime (1754)
  • Gallardo (1754)
  • Brillante (1754)
  • Vencedor (1755)
  • Glorioso (1755)
  • Guerrero (1755)
  • Soberano (1755)
  • Hector (1755)
  • Triunfante (1756)
  • Dichoso (1756)
  • Monarca (1756)
  • Diligente (1756)
  • Campeon (1758)
  • San Isidro (1768)
  • San Julian (1768)
  • San Pedro Apostol (1770)
  • San Pablo (1771)
  • San Gabriel (1772)
  • Santa Ana (1774)
  • San Eugenio (1775)
  • El Mino (1779)
  • La Concepcion (1779)
  • Castilla (1780)
  • Santo Domingo (1781)
  • San Felipe Apostol (1781)
  • San Jose (1783)
  • Santa Ana (1784)
  • El Salvador (1787)
  • San Leandro (1787)
  • San Telmo (1788)
  • Europa (1789)
  • Intrepido (1790)
  • Reina Luisa (1791)
  • Monarca (1794)
  • Montanes (1794)
  • Neptuno (1795)
  • Argonauta (1796)
  • Rey Francisco de Asis (1853)

Frigates[edit]

  • La Gala (1752)
  • Nuestra Senora del Rosario (1770)
  • Nuestra Senora del Carmen (1770)
  • Nuestra Senora de la Asuncion (1772)
  • Santa Perpetua (1772)
  • Santa Maria de la Cabeza (1772)
  • Santa Maria Magdalena (1773)
  • Santa Margarita (1774)
  • Santa Marta (1774)
  • Santa Dorotea (1775)
  • Santa Clara (1776)
  • Santa Leocadia (1777)
  • Grana (1778)
  • Santa Escolastica (1779)
  • Santa Sabina (1781)
  • Santa Clause (1781)
  • Nuestra Senora de Loreto (1781)
  • Santa Rosa (1782)
  • Nuestra Senora del Pilar (1782)
  • Santa Elena (1783)
  • Santa Tecla (1784)
  • Santa Maria (1785)
  • Nuestra Senora de la Paz (1785)
  • Santa Leocadia (1787)
  • Santa Teresa (1787)
  • Palas (1789)
  • Juno (1789)
  • Tetis (1793)
  • Pomona (1795)
  • Flora (1795)
  • Medea (1797)
  • La Prueba (1800)
  • La Lealtad (1825)
  • La Iberia (1825)
  • La Restauracion (1826)
  • Cortes (1836)
  • Isabel II (1836)
  • Cristina (1837)
  • Bailen (1854)
  • Berenguela (1857)
  • Blanca (1859)
  • Lealtad (1860)
  • Resolucion (1861)
  • Tetuan (1863)
  • Almansa (1864)
  • Sagunto (1869)
  • Navarra (1881)

Corvettes[edit]

  • Nuestra Senora de Dolores (1771)
  • Nuestra Senora de Atocha (1771)
  • Santa Catalina (1778)
  • La Cazadora (1779)
  • La Diligencia (1796)
  • La Fuerte (1801)
  • La Indagadora (1807)
  • La Ferrolana (1848)
  • Circe (1860)
  • Santa Lucia (1862)

Cargo ships (Urcas)[edit]

  • Nuestra Senora de Monserrat (1772)
  • Santa Amalia (1772)
  • Santa Ines (1773)
  • Santa Polonia (1773)
  • Santa Rita (1773)
  • Visitacion (1774)
  • Presentacion (1774)
  • Anunciacion (1774)
  • Santa Librada (1777)
  • Cargadora (1791)
  • Ferrolana (1796)
  • Aurora (1797)
  • Nina (1851)

Brigantines[edit]

  • Nuestra Senora de la Pastoriza (1771)
  • Leon (1783)
  • El Ligero (1788)
  • El Cuervo (1793)
  • El Pajaro (1793)
  • El Palomo (1795)
  • Galgo (1795)
  • El Golondrina (1795)
  • El Amistad (1799)
  • El Trucha (1799)
  • Pelayo (1849)
  • Alsedo (1851)

Sloops (Pailebotes)[edit]

  • San Miguel (1752)
  • Santa Eulalia (1775)
  • Santa Casilda (1775)
  • San Pio (1777)
  • San Gil (1777)
  • San Roque (1788)
  • San Jacinto (1791)
  • San Jose (1793)

Yachts[edit]

  • La Golondrina (1779)
  • Trucha (1780)
  • Santa Cristina (1781)
  • Santa Irene (1781)
  • La Gallega (1797)
  • La Brava (1797)
  • Nuestra Senora de Atocha (1780)
  • Santa Natalia (1780)

Schooners[edit]

  • Santa Matilde (1770)
  • Pastoriza (1772)
  • San Lemes (1778)
  • Santa Teresa (1781)
  • La Vigilancia (1797)
  • La Defensa (1797)
  • La Carlota (1798)
  • La Brava (1799)
  • Alarma (1807)
  • Cautela (1807)
  • Sata Teresa (1856)
  • Narvaez (1857)
  • Rosalia (1858)
  • Caridad (1860)

Sturdy ships (Bombardas)[edit]

  • Santa Ursula (1771)
  • Santa Eulalia (1775)
  • Santa Casilda (1775)
  • Santa Rosa de Lima (1779)

Two mast brigantines (Quechemarin)[edit]

  • San Leon (1783)

Steamships[edit]

  • Don Jorge Juan (1850)
  • Narvaez (1850)
  • Don Antonio Ulloa (1851)

Gunboats[edit]

  • Salamandra (1874)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Between the years 1808 and 1825, coinciding with the emancipation of the Spanish Colonies in America, and the war against the French, the shipyards of Ferrol will cease any activity. For 17 years there will be a complete standstill and no ship will be launch in the most important shipyards of Spain in Northern Iberia. [1]
  2. ^ In 1842 the Spanish First Steamship is launch in the shipyards of Ferrol.[2]
  3. ^ Ferrol, WikiMapia

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