Arrogant class ship of the line

Arrogant Class Ship Of The Line

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The Arrogant-class ships of the line' were a class of twelve 74-gun third rate ships designed by Sir Thomas Slade for the Royal Navy.


The Arrogant class ships were designed as a development of Slade's previous Bellona class, sharing the same basic dimensions. During this period, the original armament was the same across all the ships of the common class, of which the Arrogant class ships were members. Two ships were ordered on 13 December 1758 to this design (as the same time as the fourth and fifth units of the Bellona class), and a further ten ships were built to a slightly modified version of the Arrogant design from 1773 onwards.


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Builder: John Barnard, Harwich
Ordered: 13 December 1758
Laid down: March 1759
Launched: 22 January 1761
Completed: 28 April 1761
Fate: Sold at Bombay to be broken up, 1810

Builder: William Wells, Deptford
Ordered: 13 December 1758
Laid down: 19 February 1759
Launched: 19 May 1761
Completed: 16 September 1761
Fate: Burnt or scuttled as unservieable at St Lucia, 30 June 1780

Builder: Woolwich Dockyard
Ordered: 25 August 1774
Launched: 30 June 1779
Fate: Broken up, 1835

Builder: Deptford Dockyard
Ordered: 21 February 1778
Launched: 19 October 1781
Fate: Broken up, 1815

Builder: Barnard, Deptford
Ordered: 19 June 1782
Launched: 25 June 1785
Fate: Broken up, 1816

Builder: Randall, Rotherhithe
Launched: 23 July......

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