french Marine Nationale Française - French Navy Jean Bart (+1809)
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nationality french
purpose war
type Ship of the Line
subtype/class 2nd rate Ship of the Line
propulsion sailing ship
date built 1791
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material wood
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armament Canons - Guns: 74 = 28 x 36 Pdr, 30 x 18 Pdr, 16 x 8 Pdr - Caronades: 4 x 36 Pdr
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about the loss
cause lost ran aground (wrecked)
other reasons fire
date lost 26/02/1809  [dd/mm/yyyy]
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[1]Marine Nationale Française - French Navy
Jean Bart (+1809)
period 1792 ~ 1809
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[2]Marine Royale Française
Jean Bart
period 1791 ~ 1792
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no. of crew 687
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Avec4310/09/201302.1809: Partit au sein d'une flotte de Brest à la rencontre de l'escadre de Rochefort pour porter secours à l'île de la Martinique (Caraïbes) menacée d'invasion. 26.02.1809: flotte bloquée à l'entrée de l'île d'Aix par la flotte britannique. Le Jean Bart s'échoua près de l'île Madame sur le plateau des Palles et dut être abandonné. 04.1809: épave brûlée par les Anglais

02.1809: left Brest among a fleet to meet the Rochefort squadron to rescue the island of Martinique (Caribbean) threatened by an invasion. 26.02.1809: blocked at the entrance of theAix island by the British fleet. The Jean Bart ran aground near the Isle Madame on the plateau des Palles and had to be abandoned. 04.1809: the wreck was burned by the British

02,1809: zarpó en una flota de Brest para unirse a la la escuadra Rochefort para socorrer la isla de Martinica (Caribe) amenazada invasión. 26.02.1809: bloqueado en la entrada de la isla Aix por la flota británica. El Jean Bart encalló cerca de la isla Madame en la meseta Les Palles y tuvo que ser abandonado. 04,1809: pecio quemada por los británicos

02,1809: Zarpou de Brest numa frota para juntar-se à esquadra de Rochefort para socorrer a ilha de Martinica (Caribe) ameaçada de invasão. 26.02.1809: frota bloqueada na entrada da ilha Aix pela frota britânica. O Jean Bart encalhou perto da ilha Madame nas plataforma Les Palles e teve que ser abandonado. 04,1809: naufrágio queimada pelos ingleses


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