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Dutch ship Delft

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Several ships of the Dutch Navy have borne the name Delft:

  • Delft (1658), a 36-gun ship, captured in 1665 during the Battle of Lowestoft and taken into service as HMS Delft. She was sold in 1668.
  • Delft (1664), a 36-gun ship, removed from Navy lists in 1667.
  • Delft (1666), a 66-gun ship, removed from Navy lists in 1689.
  • Delft (1691), a 60-gun ship, removed from Navy lists in 1697.
  • Delft (1699), a 54-gun ship, removed from Navy lists in 1712.
  • Delft (1731), a 56-gun ship, removed from Navy lists in 1778.
  • Delft (1783), a 54-gun ship, captured in 1797 during the Battle of Camperdown, she later sank due to damage received.
This page was last edited on 7 April 2017, at 17:44
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