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HMS Royal Sovereign (1804)  (5th) 
Royal Yacht 2nd Rate

This the fifth ship to carry the name Sovereign was launched at Deptford Dockyard 12-May-1804. 

She was rated as a 2nd Rate ship, of 278 tons builders measurement, 96ft long and 26ft wide. 

From 1806-1832 she was in commission as a Royal Yacht.

From 1832-1849 she served as Depot Ship at Pembroke.

Broken up at Pembroke Dock Nov-1849.

 

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

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This page last edited - 22 November, 2012.

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