French ship Jupiter (1789)
Scale model of the Achille, sister-ship of French ship Jupiter (1789), on display at the Musée de la Marine in Paris.
|Ordered:||19 August 1787|
|Laid down:||June 1788|
|Launched:||4 November 1789|
|Fate:||Broken up in Brest in 1807|
|General characteristics |
|Class and type:||Téméraire-class ship of the line|
5,260 tonnes fully loaded
|Length:||55.87 metres (183.3 ft) (172 pied)|
|Beam:||14.90 metres (48 ft 11 in)|
|Draught:||7.26 metres (23.8 ft) (22 pied)|
|Propulsion:||Up to 2,485 m2 (26,750 sq ft) of sails|
Between 1791 and 1793, she was based in Saint-Domingue. In March 1794, she was renamed Montagnard. On 29 May, during the May 1794 Atlantic campaign, she encountered a British squadron; in the ensuing battle, she sustained damage which prevented her from taking part in the subsequent battle of the Glorious First of June itself.
She was renamed Batave on 27 April 1798. The next year, she took part in the Cruise of Bruix.
Condemned in 1807, she was broken up in Brest.
- Clouet, Alain (2007). "La marine de Napoléon III : classe Téméraire - caractéristiques". dossiersmarine.free.fr (in French). Retrieved 4 April 2013.
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