The Wassenaar was a Dutch 64-gun third rate ship of the line of the navy of the Dutch Republic and the Batavian Republic, and the Royal Navy.The order to construct the ship was given by the Admiralty of the Meuse. The ship was commissioned in 1781.In 1783/1784, the Wassenaar sailed to Batavia under Captain Gerardus Oorthuis. In 1795, the ship was commissioned in the Batavian Navy.

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  • The Wassenaar was a Dutch 64-gun third rate ship of the line of the navy of the Dutch Republic and the Batavian Republic, and the Royal Navy.The order to construct the ship was given by the Admiralty of the Meuse. The ship was commissioned in 1781.In 1783/1784, the Wassenaar sailed to Batavia under Captain Gerardus Oorthuis. In 1795, the ship was commissioned in the Batavian Navy. On 11 October 1797 the Wassenaar took part in the Battle of Camperdown under Captain Adolph Holland. Holland was killed during the battle, and his ship surrendered to HMS Triumph. HMS Triumph then sailed on to the centre of the battle, and when the Wassenaar was fired on by a Dutch brig, the crew raised the Dutch colours again. But in the end they were captured again by the British. As HMS Wassenaar, the ship first served as a troop ship. In February 1789 she was the flagship of Admiral Joseph Peyton in the Downs. In the years 1800-1802 she served in the Mediterranean. In her final years (1802-1815) she lay at Chatham as a powder hulk, until she was finally sold for breaking up in 1818. (en)
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  • *In Dutch service *Lower gundeck: 26 × 32-pounder guns *Upper gundeck: 26 × 18-pounder guns *Quarterdeck and forecastle: 14 × 8-pounder guns *In British service *Lower gundeck: 28 × 24-pounder guns *Upper gundeck: 28 × 18-pounder guns *Quarterdeck: 8 × 9-pounder guns *Forecastle: 2 × 9-pounder guns *no guns as a troop ship and hulk.
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  • The Wassenaar was a Dutch 64-gun third rate ship of the line of the navy of the Dutch Republic and the Batavian Republic, and the Royal Navy.The order to construct the ship was given by the Admiralty of the Meuse. The ship was commissioned in 1781.In 1783/1784, the Wassenaar sailed to Batavia under Captain Gerardus Oorthuis. In 1795, the ship was commissioned in the Batavian Navy. (en)
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