2 - The Great European Fleets

(Part 2)

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These Are The Voyages

The First Royal Navy Enterprises

1743 Enterprise
The 1743 HMS Enterprise was an 8-gun sloop that served with the Royal Navy in the Mediterranean for about five years.

1744 Enterprise
In 1744, the Royal Navy renamed the 5th rate
HMS Norwich as the Enterprise. She served in
North American waters until 1764.

Escape at Gibraltar

1775 Enterprise
This is a model of the 1775 6th rate HMS Enterprise, which served with distinction during the British siege of Gibraltar in 1780.
[Photo: National Maritime Museum]

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