List of Russian sail frigates

This is a list of Russian sail frigates of the period 1694–1852:
The format is: Name, number of guns (rank/real amount), launch year (A = built in Arkhangelsk), fate (service = combat service, BU = broken up)

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  • 2 small frigates (1689, training vessels on Lake Pleshcheyevo) – Discarded 1723, burnt 1783
  • Sviatoi Apostol Pavel 24 (“Святой Апостол Павел”, 1694, A) – In October 1694 sent from White Sea to France as a merchant ship with the state goods, captured by France just in harbour because sailed under the Dutch ensign during the War of the Grand Alliance
  • Sviatoye Prorochestvo 44 (Santa Prophetia) (“Святое Пророчество” or “Санта Профетиа”) (1694, Dutch-built for Russia) – Converted to merchant vessel after 1695 and sent from Arkhangelsk to Europe with goods, last mentioned 1694
  • Sviatogo Dukha 12 (“Святого Духа”, 1702, A) – Dragged over the land to Lake Onega 1702, sailed to Lake Ladoga and participated in assault of Nöteburg 1702, last mentioned 1702 (probably damaged by ice and wrecked in winter 1702/1703)
  • Kur‘yer 12 (“Курьер”, 1702, A) – Dragged over the land to Lake Onega 1702, sailed to Lake Ladoga and participated in assault of Nöteburg 1702, last mentioned 1702 (probably damaged by ice and wrecked in winter 1702/1703)
  • fan Sas № 1 18 (“фан Сас № 1”, 1702) – Converted to fire-ship and renamed Etna (“Этна”) 1705
  • fan Sas № 2 18 (“фан Сас № 2”, 1702) – Converted to fire-ship and renamed Vezuvii (“Везувий”) 1705

Modern exact replica (1999) of frigate Shtandart (1703)
  • Shtandart 28 (“Штандарт”, 1703) – Classified as 28-gun ship until 1710, BU 1730, Exact replica launched 1999
  • Sviatoi Ilya 26 (“Святой Илья”, 1703, A) – Wrecked at the Baltic Sea 1712
  • Shlissel‘burg 28/24 (“Шлиссельбург”, 1704) – Classified as 28-gun ship until 1710, BU after 1710
  • Kronshlot 28/24 (“Кроншлот”, 1704) – Classified as 28-gun ship until 1710, BU after 1710
  • Peterburg 28/24 (“Петербург”, 1704) – Classified as 28-gun ship until 1710, BU after 1710
  • Triumph 28/24 (“Триумф”, 1704) – Classified as 28-gun ship until 1710, converted to fire-ship 1710
  • Derpt 28/24 (“Дерпт”, 1704) – Classified as 28-gun ship until 1710, converted to fire-ship 1710
  • Narva 28/24 (“Нарва”, 1704) – Classified as 28-gun ship until 1710, BU after 1710
  • Fligel‘-de-Fam 28/24 (“Флигель-де-Фам”, 1704) – Classified as 28-gun ship until 1710, flagship of vice-admiral Cornelius Cruys at the Kronstadt defence 1705 during the Great Northern War, converted to fire-ship 1710

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