Deux Freres (1798 ship)

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Deux Frères was a tartane that the French Navy had requisitioned in March 1798 at Marseille and commissioned as a transport.[1] A British division under the command of Commodore Sir Sidney Smith in Tigre captured her on 18 March 1799 at the siege of Acre in 1799. She was one of a flotilla of seven vessels and Smith took all into the Royal Navy.[2] At the time of her capture Deux Frères was armed with four guns and had a crew of 23 men. One of the seven captured vessels was lost in a gale at the siege; the lost vessel was almost certainly Deux Freres as the other six have a readily identifiable subsequent history.

Citations and references


  1. ^ Winfield and Roberts (2015), p.297.
  2. ^ "No. 15149". The London Gazette. 18 June 1799. pp. 609–610.


  • Winfield, Rif & Stephen S Roberts (2015) French Warships in the Age of Sail 1786 - 1862: Design Construction, Careers and Fates. (Seaforth Publishing). ISBN 9781848322042
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