Battle of Ebeltoft
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|Battle of Ebeltoft|
|Part of Second Northern War|
|Commanders and leaders|
|Owen Kox||Danish: Peder Jensen Bredal†
Dutch: de Konigk
several smaller ships
|Danish: 2 frigates
Dutch: 3 frigates
|Casualties and losses|
|Negligible||1 frigate exploded
4 frigates captured
1,000 men captured
The Battle of Ebeltoft was a naval battle between a Swedish and a Danish/Dutch fleet, during the Dano-Swedish War of 1658 to 1660. The allied fleet was ordered to secure a troop transport fleet to the Swedish-controlled island Fyn. Eight Swedish frigates attacked the fleet and took the allies by surprise. After a long fight one Dutch ship exploded, the rest of the Danish/Dutch ships were captured and the transport fleet was destroyed. The Danish captain was badly wounded and died during the battle.
- Martin Pavón: Søslaget i Ebeltoft Vig, "1001 fortællinger om Danmark"
- ↑ "Søværnets mærkedage - Juli". Flådens historie. 2008-05-30. Hentet 2011-12-07.
- Ulf Sundberg, Hjalmarson and Högberg (1998). Svenska krig 1521-1814
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