Ships from the Age of Sail and Steam

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Search result for ship name: Lady Prevost
Lady Prevost: Schooner; Length: 68 ft between perpendiculars; Beam: 18 ft 6in; Depth of hold: 8 ft; Draft: 9 ft 6 in; 230 displacement tons; Comp: 86; Armament: 10x12pdr carronades, 1x9pdr pivoting, 2x6pdr; Amherstburg, Ontario; 1812

Captured by an American fleet under the flag of Oliver Hazard Perry on September 10, 1813 during The Battle of Lake Erie near Put-In-Bay. The battle gave the US full control over Lake Erie. She was commissioned into US service as USS Lady Prevost and sold in 1815.

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