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HMS St Fiorenzo

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One ship of the Royal Navy has borne the name HMS St Fiorenzo, whilst another was planned:

  • HMS St Fiorenzo was a 38-gun fifth rate, formerly the French ship Minerve. She was captured in 1794, having been scuttled. She was raised, placed on harbour service from 1812 and broken up in 1837.
  • HMS St Fiorenzo was to have been a wood screw frigate. She was laid down in 1850 but cancelled in 1856.
  • References

    HMS St Fiorenzo Wikipedia


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