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HMS Leviathan (1777)  (1st)
Storeship 

    
This the first ship to carry the name HMS Leviathan was a storeship.

Originally HMS Northumberland (1750), a third rate, 70-gun ship. Built at Plymouth Dockyard, launched 01-Dec-1750, 160ft long, 4ft wide and of 1,414 tons builders measurement.

Renamed HMS Leviathan 13-Sep-1777 when changed to a storeship.

Foundered 27-Feb-1780 when on passage from Jamaica to Britain.

 

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This page last edited - 13 August, 2012.

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