Prince de Neufchatel

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Prince de Neufchatel
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Rate 6th Rate
Guns 20
Chasers Bow and Stern Chasers
Broadside Weight
Cannon Broadside Weight 60pd
Carronade Broadside Weight 192pd
Total Crew 130
Max Speed 13.37
Turn Rate 5.83*
Structure
Bow Armour Hit Points 400
Side Armour Hit Points 1600
Stern Armour Hit Points 160
Structure Hit Points 800
Armour
Bow Armour Thickness 25cm
Side Armour Thickness 41cm
Stern Armour Thickness 16cm
Sail Hit Points 1600
Mast Thickness 74*cm
Rigging Type Hermaphrodite Brig
Draught Shallow
Cargo Capacity 300
Cargo Slots 16
Crafting Level 5

General Description

Armament

Deck Cannon Count Cannon Size Carronade Size
Gun Deck 4 6pd 24pd
Weather Deck 16 6pd 18pd
Bow Chasers 2 6pd 18pd
Stern Chasers 2 6pd 18pd

Characteristics

History

The Prince de Neufchatel was a fast sailing United States schooner-rigged privateer, built in New York by Adam and Noah Brown in approximately 1812. She is a fine example of the peak of development of the armed schooner. Neufchatel operated in mainly European waters, damaging British shipping during the War of 1812. Noted for her speed, at one time she outran seventeen men-of-war. In 1813, operating in the English channel, she took nine British prizes in quick succession. She also delivered a crushing defeat to the boats of a British frigate that tried to capture her. The British finally captured her in December 1814; she was broken up in 1815.

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