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[[category:His Majesty's Ships]]

Latest revision as of 15:06, 5 November 2019

HMS Balmoral exiting Port Royal after fitting out

H.M.S. Balmoral

Rating: 2nd-rate

Class: Trinity-Class Ship of the Line

Date of Commission: November 5th, 1731

Shipyard: Port Royal Dockyards

Guns: 92

Crew: 600

Status: In Commission.

Background:

HMS Balmoral was commissioned out of the Port Royal Dockyards straight into the St. George Squadron of the White on November 5th, 1731 under the command of Captain Alexander James Ramage as replacement for his aging Flagship HMS Duke William. She is outfitted for patrol duty off of Bluefields and is the newest pride of her Captain.

Engagements:

British Captains:

1731-Present: Captain Alexander Ramage

Port Battle History

Port Date Battle type Enemy Result