Cocarde-class frigate

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Class overview
Name: Cocarde
Operators:
Completed: 3
General characteristics
Type: frigate
Tons burthen: 895 2094(bm)
Length:
  • 144 ft 3 in (43.97 m) (overall);
  • 119 ft 8 12 in (36.487 m) (keel)
Beam: 37 ft 6 in (11.43 m)
Depth of hold: 11 ft 8 in (3.56 m)
Crew: 200
Armament:
Armour: Timber

The Cocarde class was a class of three 40-gun/12-pounder frigates of the French Navy. They were designed by Pierre Duhamel in 1793.

Builder: St Malo
Ordered: 16 May 1793
Laid down: August 1793
Launched: 29 April 1794
Completed: July 1794
Fate: Deleted 14 June 1803
Builder: St Malo
Ordered: 16 May 1793
Laid down: September 1793
Launched: 1 November 1794
Completed: April 1795
Fate: captured by British Navy 27 September 1801 at Alexandria, becoming HMS Alexandria.
Builder: St Servan
Ordered:
Laid down: October 1793
Launched: November 1795
Completed: November 1796
Fate: run ashore near Leghorn to avoid capture 1 September 1801.