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HMS Penelope (1829)  (4th)
5th Rate 46-gun

    
This the fourth ship to carry the name HMS Penelope was a fifth rate, 46-gun, ship.

The frames were originally laid down at Portsmouth Dockyard, but were transported to Chatham and re-laid Nov-1827. Construction was completed at Chatham Dockyard, launched 13-Aug-1829, 150ft long, 40ft 6in wide and of 1,091 tons builders measurement.

Conversion to a paddle frigate was completed Jun-1843, of 1,616 tons builders measurement.

Sold 15-Jul- 1864.

Won the Battle Honour: Baltic 1854.

 

Other HMS Penelope
- 1st  HMS Penelope
- 2nd HMS Penelope
- 3rd HMS Penelope
- 4th HMS Penelope
- 5th HMS Penelope
- 6th HMS Penelope
- 7th HMS Penelope
- 8th HMS Penelope
- 9th HMS Penelope

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This page last edited - 07 January, 2013.

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