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During times of war where naval engagements were frequent, many battles were fought that often resulted in the capture of the enemy's ships. The ships were often renamed and used in the service of the capturing country's navy. Merchant ships were also captured and taken into service by their captors.

1701–10[edit | edit source]

1702[edit | edit source]

  • Assuré ( French Navy): Battle of Vigo Bay, 23 October: The 60-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Bourbon ( French Navy): Battle of Vigo Bay, 23 October: The 68-gun ship was captured by the Royal Netherlands Navy.
  • Espérance d'Angleterre ( French Navy): Battle of Vigo Bay, 23 October: The 70-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Ferme ( French Navy): Battle of Vigo Bay, 23 October: The 70-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • HMS Martin ( Royal Navy): The 10-gun ketch was captured by the French Navy.
  • Modéré ( French Navy): Battle of Vigo Bay, 23 October: The 56-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Prompt ( French Navy): Battle of Vigo Bay, 23 October: The 76-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Sirène ( French Navy): Battle of Vigo Bay, 23 October: The 60-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy and Royal Netherlands Navy.
  • Superbe ( French Navy): Battle of Vigo Bay, 23 October: The 70-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy and Royal Netherlands Navy.
  • Triton ( French Navy): Battle of Vigo Bay, 23 October: The 44-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Volontaire ( French Navy): Battle of Vigo Bay, 23 October: The 44-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy and Royal Netherlands Navy.

1703[edit | edit source]

1704[edit | edit source]

1705[edit | edit source]

1706[edit | edit source]

1707[edit | edit source]

1708[edit | edit source]

1709[edit | edit source]

1710[edit | edit source]

1711–20[edit | edit source]

1711[edit | edit source]

1712[edit | edit source]

1713[edit | edit source]

1714[edit | edit source]

1717[edit | edit source]

  • Great Allen ( Kingdom of Great Britain: The merchant ship was captured, looted, burnt and sunk off Cape St. Vincent by Queen Anne's Revenge (Pirate Flag of Blackbeard (Edward Teach).svg Blackbeard).
  • La Concorde ( Kingdom of France): The slave ship was captured on 28 November off Saint Vincent by Revenge and another ship (both Pirate Flag of Blackbeard (Edward Teach).svg Blackbeard).
  • Margaret ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The merchant ship was captured on 5 December off Anguilla by Queen Anne's Revenge (Pirate Flag of Blackbeard (Edward Teach).svg Blackbeard). She was looted and then released.
  • Whydah Gally ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The slave ship was captured in late February in the Windward Passage by Sultana (Flag of Edward England.svg "Black Sam" Bellamy). She wrecked in a storm off Cape Cod two months later, taking Bellamy, 143 men, and 4.5 tons of treasure with her – and was the first pirate ship ever discovered in North America, in 1984.

1718[edit | edit source]

1719[edit | edit source]

Unknown date[edit | edit source]

1721–30[edit | edit source]

1722[edit | edit source]

1731–40[edit | edit source]

1731[edit | edit source]

1739[edit | edit source]

1741–50[edit | edit source]

1744[edit | edit source]

  • Poder ( Spain): The merchant ship was captured in February by the French Navy.

1745[edit | edit source]

1746[edit | edit source]

1747[edit | edit source]

1748[edit | edit source]

1751–60[edit | edit source]

1755[edit | edit source]

1756[edit | edit source]

1757[edit | edit source]

1758[edit | edit source]

1759[edit | edit source]

1761–70[edit | edit source]

1761[edit | edit source]

1762[edit | edit source]

1770[edit | edit source]

1771–80[edit | edit source]

1775[edit | edit source]

1776[edit | edit source]

1777[edit | edit source]

1778[edit | edit source]

1779[edit | edit source]

1780[edit | edit source]

1781–90[edit | edit source]

1781[edit | edit source]

1782[edit | edit source]

1783[edit | edit source]

1788[edit | edit source]

1789[edit | edit source]

  • Princess Royal ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The sloop was captured in March by the Spanish Navy.

1790[edit | edit source]

1791–1800[edit | edit source]

1793[edit | edit source]

  • Adamant ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured of Saint Vincent by a French ship and sent to Martinique.[4]
  • Adventure ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The snow was captured by a French privateer and sent to Charleston, South Carolina, United States.[5]
  • Albemarle (Flag of the British East India Company (1707).svg): The East India Company's merchant ship was captured in May by a French privateer.
  • Alceste ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon 18 September – 18 December: The Magicienne-class frigate was seized by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • Alcide ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: The 74-gun ship was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • HMS Alcide (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The 74-gun ship was captured in December by the French Navy.
  • Alert ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Mediterranean sea by a French ship and sent into Marseille, Var.[6]
  • Alerte ( French Navy): The brig was captured on 28 August by the Royal Navy.
  • HMS Alerte (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The brig was burnt and scuttled on 18 December. She was salvaged by the French Navy on 28 December.
  • Alodia ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by Little Democrat and sent to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.[7]
  • Amelia ( Kingdom of Great Britain) The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Barbados to St. John's, Newfoundland, British North America.[8]
  • Amity ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer Club.[9]
  • Ant ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer Club.[9]
  • Beau ( France): The ship was captured in the Atlantic ocean off the coast of Africa by the British ship Hope.[10]
  • Brothers ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured and taken into New York, United States.[11]
  • Brutus ( France): The snow was captured in the Bengal River.[11]
  • Camilla ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer but was later recaptured by Harriot and Speightown (both  Kingdom of Great Britain), which were operating under letters of marque.[6]
  • Centaure ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: Centaure-class ship of the line was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • HMS Centaure (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The Centaure-class ship of the line was captured in December by the French Navy.
  • Censeur ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: Pégase-class ship of the line was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • HMS Censeur (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The Pégase-class ship of the line was captured in December by the French Navy.
  • Chandenque ( France): The schooner was captured in the Bengal River.[11]
  • Chilcomb ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Atlantic Ocean by the French vessel Carmagnole and sent to New York.[4]
  • Cléopâtre ( French Navy): Action of 18 June 1793: The Venus-class frigate was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Nymphe.
  • Commerce ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French Frigate Galathée and taken to Brest, Finistère[12]
  • Commerce de Marseille ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: The Océan-class ship of the line was seized on 29 August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • Conquérant ( French Navy): The Citoyen-class ship of the line was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • Coningham ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French ship Sans Culotte and sent to Baltimore, Maryland, United States.[5]
  • HMS Conquérant (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The Citoyen-class ship of the line was captured in December by the French Navy.
  • Culloden ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was seized as a prize at Dunkerque, Nord, France.[13]
  • Custine ( France): The privateer was captured in the English Channel by HMS Hinde and sent to Portsmouth, Hampshire.[14]
  • Delight ( France): The ship was captured by Mary and sent to Liverpool, Lancashire, Kingdom of Great Britain.[9]
  • Delight ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer off Grenada.[4]
  • Destin ( French Navy): The 74-gun ship was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • Diligent ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Mediterranean sea by a French ship and sent into Marseille.[6]
  • Doi ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the L'Ambuscade and sent to New York, United States.[5]
  • Dougay-Trouin ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: Téméraire-class ship of the line was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • Druid ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French ship on 5 November and sent to Dunkerque, Nord.[5]
  • Entreprenant ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: Téméraire-class ship of the line was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • HMS Entreprenant (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The Téméraire-class ship of the line was captured in December by the French Navy.
  • Espiegle ( French Navy): The 16-gun brig-sloop was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Nymphe.
  • Esther and Kitty ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured and taken to Bergen, Norway.[11]
  • Fancy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer Republican in November and sent to Martinique.[15]
  • Favourite ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was seized as a prize at Ostend, West Flanders, France.[13]
  • Flora ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French ship whilst on a voyage from Wilmington, Delaware, United States to Jamaica. She was ordered to Cape François but was subsequently recaptured by HMS Spitfire.[16]
  • Généreux ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: Téméraire-class ship of the line was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • HMS Généreux (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The Téméraire-class ship of the line was captured in December by the French Navy.
  • George ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Mediterranean sea by a French ship and sent into Marseille.[6]
  • George and Peggy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by L'Ambuscade and sent into New York, United States.[9]
  • Golden Age ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French frigate Citroyen amd sent to Philadelphia.[4][8]
  • Good Hope ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer and sent to a Norwegian port.[17]
  • Good Intent ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured and taken to New York.[11]
  • Greenaway' ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish frigate Santa Catalina and sent into Cadiz, Spain.[18]
  • Greyhound' ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off Jamaica by a French privateer.[4]
  • Guerrier ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: The 74-gun ship was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • HMS Guerrier (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The 74-gun ship was captured in December by the French Navy.
  • Hardi ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: The 64-gun ship was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • HMS Hardi (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The 64-gun ship was captured in December by the French Navy.
  • Harriot ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer and sent into Charleston.[5]
  • Héros ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: The 74-gun ship was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • Heureux ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: Centaure-class ship of the line was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • HMS Heureux (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The Centaure-class ship of the line was captured in December by the French Navy.
  • Hope ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French vessel Citizen Genet and sent to Philadelphia.[4]
  • Impérieuse ( French Navy): The Minerve-class frigate was captured on 11 October by the Spanish Navy's Bahama and the Royal Navy's HMS Captain (1787).
  • Jupiter' ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer La Reunion and sent to Cherbourg, Seine-Maritime but foundered before she reached port.[7]
  • Kitty ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French ship Sans Culotte and sent to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.[5]
  • La Constance ( France): The snow was captured in the Bengal River.[11]
  • Languedoc ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: The 80-gun ship was seized on 29 August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • HMS Languedoc (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The 80-gun ship was captured in December by the French Navy.
  • La St. Dominique ( France): The full-rigged ship was captured in the Bengal River.[11]
  • L'Egalité' ( France): The ship was captured in the Atlantic ocean off the coast of Africa by the British ship Hope.[10]
  • Le Maria ( France): The ship was captured in the Atlantic ocean off the coast of Africa by the British ship Hope.[10]
  • Les Deux Amis ( France): The full-rigged ship was captured in the Bengal River.[11]
  • Le Triomphant ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: The 80-gun ship was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • Liberté ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: The 74-gun ship was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • HMS Liberté (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The 74-gun ship was burnt in December at Toulon. She was later salvaged and repaired by the French Navy.
  • Lillies ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French frigate La Blonde and sent into Brest, Finistère.[7]
  • L'Oiseul ( France): The armed lugger was captured in the Bay of Biscay off Belle Île, Morbihan by Lottery ( Kingdom of Great Britain).[9]
  • Lutine ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: The Magicienne-class frigate was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • Maria ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer and sent to Charleston.[5]
  • Mercure ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: Centaure-class ship of the line was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • HMS Mercure (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The Centaure-class ship of the line was captured in December by the French Navy.
  • Millica ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French ship Sans Culotte and sent to Baltimore.[5]
  • Modeste ( French Navy): The Magicienne-class frigate on 17 October by the Royal Navy's HMS Bedford.
  • Morning Star ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The brig was captured by L'Ambuscade and sent to Charleston.[9]
  • Nancy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off the mouth of the Delaware Rive and sent to New York.[4]
  • Nautilus ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Mediterranean sea by a French ship and sent into Marseille.[6]
  • Pompée ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: The Téméraire-class ship of the line was seized on 20 August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • Nestor ( France): The snow was captured in the Bengal River.[11]
  • Prince William Henry ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French ship in the West Indies.[5]
  • Puissant ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: The Pégase-class ship of the line was surrendered on 29 August to the Royal Navy.
  • Queen ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French ship in the West Indies.[5]
  • Reddington ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in November by the French privateer Industry and sent to a Virginian port.[5]
  • Robert ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured and takne to New York.[11]
  • Rooksby' ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish frigate Santa Catalina and sent into Cadiz, Spain.[18]
  • Saint Jacques ( France): The full-rigged ship was captured in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa by HMS Squirrel.[17]
  • Sans Culotte ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: The Océan-class ship of the line was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • HMS Sans Culotte (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The Océan-class ship of the line was captured in December by the French Navy.
  • Scipion ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: Téméraire-class ship of the line was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • Souverain ( French Navy): The Souverain-class ship of the line was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • HMS Souverain (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The Souverain-class ship of the line was captured in December by the French Navy.
  • Sovereign ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer and sent to Charleston.[5]
  • Suffisant ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: The 74-gun ship was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • Swift ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by two French warships in the Grand Banks of Newfoundland and was sent into Brest.[16]
  • HMS Thames (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The Richmond-class frigate was captured on 25 October by the French Navy's Carmagnole.
  • Themistocle ( French Navy): Siege of Toulon: Téméraire-class ship of the line was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • Three Brothers ( France): The ship was captured in the Atantic Ocean by HMS Mutine.[6]
  • Tonnant ( French Navy): The Tonnant-class ship of the line was seized in August by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • HMS Tonnant (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The Tonnant-class ship of the line was captured in December by the French Navy.
  • Traveller ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Mediterranean sea by a French ship and sent into Marseille.[6]
  • Two Brothers ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer and sent to Charleston.[5]
  • Vrouw Angina ( Dutch Republic): The ship was captured by a French privateer and sent to a Norwegian port.[17]
  • Vrouw Elizabeth Judity ( Dutch Republic): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Archangelsk, Russia to Amsterdam and taken to Havre Le Grace, Seine-Maritime, France.[11]
  • Vulture ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured and taken to Stavanger, Norway.[11]
  • York ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Mediterranean sea by a French ship and sent into Marseille.[6]

1794[edit | edit source]

  • Achille ( French Navy): Glorious First of June: The Annibal-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Alceste (Piedmont-Sardinia Sardinian Navy): The Magicienne-class frigate was captured on 10 June by the French Navy's Boudeuse.
  • HMS Alexander (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): Action of 6 November 1794: The 74-gun third rate was captured by the French Navy's Jean Bart.
  • Alliance ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from London to Jamaica.[19]
  • América ( French Navy): Glorious First of June: The Téméraire-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Leviathan.
  • Ann ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French frigate Fraternité whilst on a voyage from Loverpool to Africa. She was taken to L'Orient, Morbihan, France.[19]
  • Apollo ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Barbados to Lancaster, Lancashire. She was taken to a French port.[20]
  • Ariadne ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Mediterranean Sea by the French whilst on a voyage from London to Livorno. She was sent to Toulon, Var, France.[21]
  • Atalanta ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from London to Jamaica.[19]
  • Babet ( French Navy): Action of 23 April 1794: The corvette was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Arethusa and HMS Melampus (1785).
  • Beaufoy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the English Channel by the French and taken to a French port.[22]
  • Bergen ( Dutch Republic): The ship was captured by a French privateer off Cayenne, French Guiana whilst on a voyage from Amsterdam to Suriname.[20]
  • Betsey ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Mediterranean Sea by a French privateer and ordered to Genoa.[15]
  • Betsey and Mary ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Jersey, Channel Islands to Newfoundland, British North America.[23]
  • Biens Aimée ( France): The ship was captured at Bengal, India.[24]
  • Bonetto (Austria Archduchy of Austria): The ship was captured by a French vessel and sent into Brest, Finistère, France.[25]
  • Buop-Succes ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Goa to Lisbon.[22]
  • Cæsar ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French ship of the line and was ordered into a French port but was wrecked on the French coast.[26]
  • Caroline ( United States): The ship was captured by HMS Brilliant and HMS Thetis and sent to The Downs.[26]
  • Charming Kitty ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured and sunk by a French frigate whilst on a voyage from Milford Haven, Pembrokeshire to Gibraltar.[19]
  • Citoyen ( France): The ship was captured off Pondicherry, India.[24]
  • Colonel ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by three French frigates whilst on a voyage from the Bahamas to Liverpool. She was taken to L'Orient.[20]
  • Commerce ( United States): The ship was captured by a French vessel whilst on a voyage from Maryland to Amsterdam, Dutch Republic. She was sent in th Saint-Malo, Ille-et-Vilaine, France.[24]
  • Copenhagen ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer Sans Culotte and sent to Martinique.[24]
  • Deux Frères ( French Navy): Glorious First of June: The 80-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Invincible.
  • De Vrouw Margaretha ( Dutch Republic): The ship was captured and sunk by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Groningen to London, Great Britain.[23]
  • Diana ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French in the North Channel and was sunk.[22]
  • Diligence ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Malaga, Spain to Cork.[19]
  • Dispatch ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Jersey to Oporto, Portugal.[23]
  • Dryades ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Bridport, Dorset to Quebec, British North America. She was taken to Brest, France.[19]
  • Duguay Trouin ( French Navy): Action of 5 May 1794: The frigate was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Orpheus.
  • Endeavour ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the North Sea off Flamborough Head, Yorkshire by a French brig cutter.[20]
  • Engageante ( French Navy): Action of 23 April 1794: The Engageante-class frigate was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Concorde.
  • Espiègle ( French Navy): The 15-gun brig-sloop was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Iphigenia.
  • Favourite ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French vessel whilst on a voyage from Limerick, Ireland to London. She was sent to Brest, Finistère, France.[27]
  • Fly ( Kingdom of Great Britain) The ship was captured by a French warship and taken to Virginia, United States.[15]
  • Fly ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to San Sebastián, Spain.[23]
  • Freedom ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Cork to San Sebastián, Spain.[23]
  • Friends ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Mevagissey, Cornwall to Guernsey.[23]
  • Friendship ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the North Sea whilst on a voyage from Sunderland, County Durham to Ostend, West Flanders, France. She was sent to Dunquerque, Nord.[24]
  • Friendship ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Dartmouth, Devon to Newfoundland.[23]
  • George ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 1 January by a French frigate and sent to L'Orient, Morbihan.[24]
  • Good Intent ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Barcelona, Spain to London. She was taken to L'Orient.[19]
  • Hannibal ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The collier was captured on 14 December by the Minerve off "Ivica" whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to Naples. She was recaptured on 25 December by HMS Tartar and sent to Corsica.[28]
  • Hero ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French vessel and sent to Cherbourg, Seine-Maritime.[15]
  • Hope ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French and later recaptured and sent to Bermuda.[23]
  • Hope ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off Barbados on 9 November by the French privateer brig Le Peuple François whilst on a voyage from London to Grenada.[22]
  • Horwood ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Oporto to Dublin, Ireland.[23]
  • Impétueux ( French Navy): Glorious First of June: The Téméraire-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Russell.
  • James ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French and sunk whilst on a voyage from Oporto, Portugal to Limerick, Ireland.[22]
  • James and Rebecca ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Saint Vincent to London.[19]
  • Jane ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Swansea, Glamorgan to Oporto.[23]
  • John and Margaret ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 16 July off the Isle of Lewis whilst on a voyage from Saint Petersburgh, Russia to Cork, Ireland.[23]
  • Juffrouw Alida ( Dutch Republic): The ship was captured on 19 December in the North Sea off Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, Great Britain by a French ship. She was recaptured on 26 December by British fishermen.[21]
  • Krageror ( Denmark): The ship was captured by a French frigate whilst on a voyage from Virginia, United States to Rotterdam, Dutch Republic. She was sent to Brest, Finistère, France.[24]
  • Lady Jane ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French in the North Sea off the Dogger Bank. She was subsequently recaptured by HMS Peterel 1794 (6) (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy).[22]
  • Law-Sacramento' ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Bengal to Lisbon.[22]
  • Lewis ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Cadiz to Newfoundland.[23]
  • Mary ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Guernsey, Channel Islands to Limerick, Ireland.[23]
  • Mary ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Dartmouth to Bilbao, Spain.[23]
  • Mary Ann ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 16 August in the Atlantic Ocean (49°30′N 12°40′W / 49.5°N 12.667°W / 49.5; -12.667) by the French frigate Druid whilst on a voyage from tobago to London.[20]
  • Mermaid ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French vessel and sent into Brest.[25]
  • Mignonne ( French Navy: The 32-gun frigate was captured on 10 August by the Royal Navy.
  • Mentor ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the North Sea 20 leagues (60 nautical miles (110 km) off the British coast by the French frigate Le Bellone and sent to Mandahl, Norway.[23]
  • Minerva ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Gibraltar to London.[19]
  • Nancy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French on 10 June whilst on a voyage from Bristol, Gloucestershire to an African port. She was taken into Brest.[22]
  • Minerve ( French Navy: The 38-gun frigate was scuttled by the French at Saint-Florent, Corsica on 18 February. She was salvaged by the Royal Navy the next day and taken into service as HMS St Fiorenzo.
  • Nelly ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French frigate whilst on a voyage from Memel, East Prussia to the River Clyde. She was set afire and sunk.[20]
  • Northumberland ( French Navy): Glorious First of June: The Annibal-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Pomone ( French Navy): Action of 23 April 1794: The 40-gun frigate was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Peggy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Southampton, Waterford, Ireland.[23]
  • Peggy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from London to Grenada.[23]
  • Perseverance ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from the Turks Islands to New Brunswick, British North America. She was taken to Providence, Rhode Island, United States.[19]
  • Ranger ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Barbados to London.[19]
  • Rose ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 31 December by the French whilst on a voyage from Livorno to Leith, Lothian.[29]
  • Sandown ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Gulf of Mexico (23°40′N 83°58′W / 23.667°N 83.967°W / 23.667; -83.967on 18 July by the French privateer Guillotine. She was subsequently recaptured by HMS Scorpion, which also captured the French privateer.[30]
  • Sans Pareil ( French Navy): Glorious First of June: The Tonnant-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Majestic.
  • Severn ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Bristol, Gloucestershire to New York, United States. She was taken to Brest, France.[30]
  • Sybille ( French Navy): The Hébé-class frigate was captured on 17 June by the Royal Navy's HMS Romney.
  • Révolutionnaire ( French Navy): The Seine-class frigate was captured on 21 October by the Royal Navy's HMS Artois.
  • Roman Emperor ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer and taken to Guadeloupe.[24]
  • Sally ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was reported to have been captured then recaptured.[24]
  • HMS Speedy (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The Speedy-class brig was captured on 9 June by the French Navy.
  • Sans Culotte ( France): The privateer was captured by HMS Blanch and sent to Saint Kitts.[24]
  • St. Antonia ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Bengal to Lisbon.[22]
  • Trompeuse ( French Navy): The brig was captured on 12 January by the Royal Navy's HMS Sphynx[31]
  • Susannah ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French in October and sunk whilst on a voyage from London to a Portuguese port.[32]
  • Vrude ( Dutch Republic): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Amsterdam to Bilbao, Spain. She was take into Cherbourg, Seine-Maritime.[25]
  • William ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the North Sea off Flamborough Head, Yorkshire by a French brig cutter whilst on a voyage from Riga, Latvia to Portsmouth, Hampshire.[20]

1795[edit | edit source]

  • Achilles ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French and taken into Bayonne, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France whilst on a voyage from St. Andero, Spain to London.[33]
  • Alexandre ( French Navy): Battle of Groix, 23 June: The 74-gun third rate was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Collosus and HMS Sans Pareil.
  • Alfred ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French brig Brutus whilst on a voyage from Jamaica to London. She was taken to Charleston, South Carolina, United States.[34]
  • Alice ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Barbados to Liverpool, Lancashire. She subsequently foundered.[29]
  • Ann( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French and taken to Cadiz, Spain.[35]
  • Anna ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Bristol, Gloucestershire to Jamaica. She was recaptured by HMS Success (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy) and arrived safely at Jamaica.[36]
  • Anna ( Denmark): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Hull, Yorkshire, Great Britain to Salerno, Kingdom of Sicily.[37]
  • Argo ( Sweden): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Baltimore, Maryland, United States to a Portuguese port. She was taken to Toulon, Var, France.[32]
  • Ashley ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The ship was captured in the Atlantic Ocean off Cape St. Vincent, Portugal on 23 September by the French and was sunk.[38]
  • Bacchus ( France): The ship was captured by HMS Cleopatra). She was taken to Bermuda.[28]
  • HMS Berwick (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The Elizabeth-class third rate was captured on 7 March by the French Navy's Alceste, Minerve and Vestale.
  • Brothers ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French and taken to Charlestown, South Carolina, United States.[29]
  • Brutus ( French Navy): The 10-gun brig was captured on 10 October by the Royal Navy's HMS Mermaid.
  • Ça Ira ( French Navy): Naval Battle of Genoa, 14 August: The 80-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Agamemnon.
  • HMS Censeur (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): Action of 7 October 1795: The Pégase-class ship of the line was captured by the French Navy.
  • Censeur ( French Navy): Naval Battle of Genoa, 14 August: The Pégase-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • HMS Censeur (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The Pégase-class ship of the line was captured in October by the French Navy.
  • Columbus ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French on 14 January whilst on a voyage from Cadiz, Spain to London. She was taken to a French port.[36]
  • Concordia ( Dutch Republic): The ship was captured in the North Sea by the French and taken to Ostend or Bruges.[32]
  • HNLMS De Braak ( Royal Netherlands Navy): The 14-gun brig-sloop was seized by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • Dom Successo ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Bengal to Oporto.[33]
  • Dove ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The ship was captured in the Atlantic Ocean off Cape St. Vincent on 29 September by the French and was sunk. She was on a voyage from Poole, Dorset to Faro, Portugal.[38]
  • Dragon ( France): The ship was captured by the British at La Plata, Viceroyalty of the Río de la Plata.[34]
  • Elizabeth ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French and taken into Bayonne whilst on a voyage from Trieste to Amsterdam, Batavian Republic.[33]
  • Drumiate (Sicily Kingdom of Sicily): The ship was captured by the French frigate Minerve whilst on a voyage from Sicily to London. She was taken to Toulon, Var.[36]
  • Eliza ( France): The ship was captured by a British frigate whilst on a voyage from France to the United States. She was taken to the Bahamas.[36]
  • Elizabeth ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The sloop was captured by a French privateer in the Windward Passage whilst on a voyage from Jamaica to St. Domingo.[36]
  • Elizabeth ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French and sunk whilst on a voyage from New York to London.[39]
  • Formidable ( French Navy): Battle of Groix, 23 June: The Téméraire-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Frederick ( Dutch Republic): The ship was captured in the North Sea by the French and taken to Ostend or Bruges.[32]
  • Friendship ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Saint Petersburgh, Russia to Gibraltar.[32]
  • George ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Halifax, Nova Scotia, British North America to Jamaica. She was taken to St. Domingo.[36]
  • Helena ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in February by the French whilst on a voyage from Saint Petersburg, Russia to Lisbon, Portugal. She was taken to L'Orient.[34]
  • Hendrick ( Dutch Republic): The ship was captured in the North Sea by the French and taken to Ostend or Bruges.[32]
  • Hope ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off Vigo, Spain by a French privateer and was taken to Bayonne, Loire-Atlantique, France.[40]
  • Industry( France): The ship was captured in the Mediterranean Sea by HMS Southampton and taken to Livorno.[35]
  • Iphigénie ( French Navy): The Iphigénie-class frigate was captured on 14 February by the Spanish Navy.
  • James ( United States): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Savannah, Georgia to Saint Thomas, Virgin Islands.[41]
  • Jean ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French frigate whilst on a voyage from Lisbon, Portugal to Glasgow, Renfrewshire. She was subsequently recaptured by her crew and arrived at Glasgow.[32]
  • John ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Barcelona, Spain to Liverpool. She was taken to Brest.[36]
  • Joseph ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 8 March by the French frigate Tourterelle whilst on a voyage from Halifax, Nova Scotia, British North America to London. She was recaptured by HMS Lively.[29]
  • Latitia ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Mediterranean Sea by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from "Zant" to London. She was taken to Livorno.[34]
  • La Tourterelle ( French Navy): The frigate was captured by HMS Lively (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy) and taken to Plymouth, Devon.[33]
  • L'Evelle ( French Navy): The corvette was captured by a British squadron led by Admiral Warren.[38]
  • Little Ben ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Liverpool, Lancashire to an African port.[32]
  • Liveley ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured and sunk by the French frigate La Torterelle.[33]
  • Lucy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The schooner was captured by the French in th Windward Passage whilst on a voyage from Jamaica to St. Domingo.[36]
  • Mary ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from a Cornish port to Venice.[32]
  • Minerve ( French Navy): The 40-gun frigate was captured on 23 June by the Royal Navy's HMS Dido and HMS Lowestoffe.
  • Pomona ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The ship was captured in the Atlantic Ocean off Cape St. Vincent on 26 September by the French.[38]
  • Mermaid ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Jamaica to Savannah, Georgia, United States. She was taken to Charleston.[42]
  • Momus ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The sloop was captured by the French and sent to a French port.[36]
  • Monmouth ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French on or before 5 February.[32]
  • Nancy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Oporto, Portugal to Liverpool, Lancashire. She subsequently foundered.[28]
  • Nelly ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from San Domingo to Jamaica.[29]
  • Nostra Senora da Arrabida ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Lisbon to Bengal.[33]
  • HNLMS Overyssel ( Royal Netherlands Navy): The 64-gun ship was captured on 22 October by the Royal Navy.
  • Phyn : The ship was captured off Cuba on 23 January by the French privateer General Laveaux. She was sent to Charleston, South Carolina, United States, arriving on 19 February.[42]

Pique.

  • Pique ( French Navy): The 38-gun fifth rate frigate was captured on 4 January by the Royal Navy's HMS Blanche.
  • Pickmans ( Dutch Republic): The ship was captured in the North Sea by the French and taken to Ostend or Bruges.[32]
  • Pomona ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The ship was captured in the Atlantic Ocean off Cape St. Vincent on 29 September by the French and was sunk.[38]
  • Providence ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French and taken into Rochefort, Charente-Maritime, France whilst on a voyage from.[33]
  • Queen ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 7 March by the French frigate Embuscade whilst on a voyage from Tenerife, Canary Islands to London.[42]
  • Richard ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French and taken to L'Orient, Morbihan.[29]
  • Richard ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by six privateers whilst on a voyage from New Providence, New Jersey, United States to Liverpool. She was taken to a South Carolina port.[29]
  • Rosamund ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from New Brunswick, British North America to Jamaica. She was taken to St. Domingo.[36]
  • Russia Merchant ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Bristol, Gloucestershire to the West Indies. She was taken to Brest, Finistère, France.[32]
  • San Bernando ( Spain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Santander, Spain to Falmouth, Cornwall Kingdom of Great Britain. She was subsequently recaptured and arrived at Falmouth.[32]
  • Speedy ( French Navy): The Speedy-class brig was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Inconstant.
  • Sprightly ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The brig was captured and sunk by the French frigate La Torterelle.[33]
  • St. Antonion ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Lisbon to Bengal.[33]
  • Susannah ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Newfoundland, British North America to Vigo, Spain.[32]
  • Talbot ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French and taken into Bayonne whilst on a voyage from Falmouth, Cornwall to the Barbary Coast.[33]
  • Thames ( United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland): The ship was recaptured from the French by HMS Orion.[38]
  • Thomas ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The schooner was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from London to Grenada. She was taken to Brest.[42]
  • Tigre ( French Navy): Battle of Groix, 23 June: The Téméraire-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Barfleur.
  • Unity ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Oporto to Liverpool. She subsequently foundered.[28]
  • Unity ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Oporto to Southampton, Hampshire. She was taken to Brest.[28]
  • Vengeur ( French Navy): The corvette was captured in October in the Irish Sea by a British privateer. She subsequently foundered in a storm with the loss of all hands.[43]
  • Vrouw Magdalena ( Dutch Republic): The ship was captured in the North Sea by the French and taken to Ostend or Bruges.[32]
  • William ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from New Brunswick, British North America to the West Indies. She was later recaptured by HMS Thorn.[29]
  • William and Mary ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Madeira, Portugal to Barbados. She was taken to St. Croix.[32]

1796[edit | edit source]

  • Adolph ( United States): The ship was captured by the Royal Navy whilst on a voyage from Amsterdam, Batavian Republic to Cadiz, Spain. She was taken to Sheerness, Kent.[44]
  • Amazon ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 29 December by a French squadron and sunk.[45]
  • Ann ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Newfoundland, British North America to Naples, Kingdom of Sicily. She was taken to Carthagena, Spain.
  • Betsey ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Atlantic Ocean whilst on a voyage from Halifax, Nova Scotia, British North America to Jamaica. She was taken into Aux Cayes, Hispaniola.[46]
  • HNLMS Brakel ( Royal Netherlands Navy): Battle of Saldahna Bay, 17 August: The 54-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Britainca ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The snow was captured by a French schooner whilst on a voyage from Lisbon to Waterford. She was subsequently recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Apollo.[47]
  • Brothers ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from London to Faial, Portugal. She was taken into L'Orient, Seine-Maritime.[48]
  • Diana ( Portugal): The brig was captured in the English Channel off Falmouth, Cornwall by a French frigate. She was subsequently recaptured by HMS Hornet.[49]
  • HNLMS Dordrecht ( Royal Netherlands Navy): Battle of Saldahna Bay, 17 August: The 64-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Elizabeth ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Mediterranean Sea whilst on a voyage from London to Naples, Kingdom of Sicily. She was taken to "Ferrajo".[50]
  • Eliza of Cornwall ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a Dutch privateer. She was later recaptured by HMS Fox, which also captured the Dutch privateer.[49]
  • Endeavour ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa by a French privateer and was taken into Gorée.[46]
  • Ferret ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 31 January by the French privateer Carmagnole whilst on a voyage from Jamaica to Liverpool, Lancashire. She was taken to Havana, Cuba.[51]
  • Fortitude ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Jamaica to London. She was subsequently recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Galatea and sent to Falmouth, Cornwall.[52]
  • Fortune ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the English Channel off Dartmouth, Devon by a French privateer. She was set afire and sunk.[51]
  • Friendship ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Lisbon to an English port. She was taken to L'Orient, Charente-Maritime.[51]
  • Friendship ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the English Channel by a French privateer on 2 October whilst on a voyage from Weymouth, Dorset to London. She was later recaptured and taken to Portsmouth. The privateer was also captured.[53]
  • Good Samaritan ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French.[54]
  • Governor Parr ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Atlantic Ocean by the French whilst on a voyage from Jamaica to Nova Scotia, British North America.[48]
  • Harrison ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The brig was captured off the Isle of Wight by a French privateer, but was subsequently recaptured and taken to Cowes.[53]
  • HNLMS Hercules ( Royal Netherlands Navy): Battle of Saldahna Bay, 17 August: The 64-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Hope ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Windward Passage whilst on a voyage from New Brunswick, British North America to Jamaica. She was recaptured but was the captured again by the French.[55]
  • Hope ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Bristol, Gloucestershire to Jamaica.[56]
  • Hope ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer L'Hirondelle.[54]
  • James and Mary ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Bangor to London. She was taken to Fécamp, Seine-Maritime, France.[53]
  • James and William ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The brig was captured by a French schooner whilst on a voyage from Lisbon to Liverpool. She was subsequently recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Apollo and HMS Polyphemus.[47]
  • Jengularre ( France): The ship was captured by a Guernsey-based privateer and was taken to Plymouth, Devon.[46]
  • John and Thomas ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Atlantic Ocean off Land's End, Cornwall by a French privateer on 30 September.[53]
  • Lavinia ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French frigate whilst on a voyage from Oporto, Portugal to Cork, Ireland. She was taken to L'Orient.[51]
  • Live Oak ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer L'Hirondelle whilst on a voyage from Lisbon to Liverpool.[54]
  • L'Unité ( French Navy): The Unité-class corvette was captured on 20 April by the Royal Navy's HMS Inconstant.
  • Margaret ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French frigate Sémillante whilst on a voyage from Leith, Lothian to Lisbon, Portugal. She was set afire and sank.[51]
  • Maria ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Africa to the West Indies. She was taken to Saint Martin.[44]
  • Martinico ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Mediterranean Sea by the French whilst on a voyage from "Sassee" to Lisbon, Portugal. She was taken to Salice, Corsica.[44]
  • Mary Ann ( Kingdom of Ireland): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Dublin to Jamaica and was taken to Aux Cayes.[50]
  • Mary Gracie ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French.[48]
  • Mentor ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Africa by a French privateer and was taken into Gorée.[46]
  • Nile ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from the Current Islands to London. She was taken into Tunis, Beylik of Tunis.[44]
  • Nostra Senora de Arabida ( Portugal): The ship was captured in the Indian Ocean by the French whilst on a voyage from Bengal to Lisbon. She was taken to Mauritius.[54]
  • Nostra Senora de Pedude de St. Antonio ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Rio de Janeiro to Oporto. She was taken to Vigo, Spain.[54]
  • Pacific' ( Batavian Republic): The ship was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Galatea and sentto Falmouth, Cornwall.[57]
  • Proserpine ( French Navy): The Hébé-class frigate was captured on 13 June by the Royal Navy's HMS Dryad.
  • Ranger ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off Barbados by a French privateer.[49]
  • Tamise ( French Navy): The Richmond-class frigate was captured on 8 June by the Royal Navy's HMS Santa Margarita.
  • Thomas and Ellen ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The sloop was captured on 18 March by a French privateer. She was recaptured the next day off Barfleur, Manche, France by the Royal Navy's HMS Druid and HMS Syren and taken to Portsmouth, Hampshire.[52]
  • Thomas and Sarah ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 22 April by the French privateer Adventure whilst on a voyage from Ancona, Kingdom of Sicily to an English port.[57]
  • Three Sisters ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Atlantic Ocean by a Dutch squadron.[48]
  • HNLMS Tromp ( Royal Netherlands Navy): Battle of Saldahna Bay, 17 August: The 54-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Unité ( French Navy): The Charmante-class frigate was captured on 11 April by the Royal Navy's HMS Révolutionnaire.
  • Unitey ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer off the coast of Norway whilst on a voyage from Danzig, Prussia to the Firth of Forth. She was taken to Ostend, West Flanders, France.[54]
  • Vine ( Kingdom of Ireland): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Cork to the West Indies. She was taken to Guadeloupe.[56]
  • William ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the North Sea by a French privateer. and taken to Bergen, Norway.[46]
  • HNLMS Zealand ( Royal Netherlands Navy): The 64-gun ship was captured on 19 January by the Royal Navy.

1797[edit | edit source]

  • Achéron ( France): The chasse-marée was captured on 25 July by HMRC Mary ( Kingdom of Great Britain).[58]
  • HNLMS Admiral de Vries ( United Netherlands Navy): Battle of Camperdown 11 October: The 64-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Ahoy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French in the West Indies She was later recaptured and taken to Tortola.[59]
  • Alegria ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from a Brazilian port to Oporto.[60]
  • Alert ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Liverpool, Lancashire to Africa.[47]
  • Alfred ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Irish Sea by the French whilst on a voyage from Bristol, Gloucestershire to Limerick, Ireland.[47]
  • HNLMS Alkmaar ( United Netherlands Navy): Battle of Camperdown, 11 October: The 54-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Antigua ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The sailing barge was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from St. Vincent to London. She was taken in toe L'Orient, Seine-Maritime, France.[61]
  • Atalante ( French Navy): The 16-gun brig-sloop was captured on 10 January by the Royal Navy's HMS Phoebe.
  • Bea Fi ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from a Brazilian port to Oporto.[60]
  • Bernardo ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from a Brazilian port to Oporto.[60]
  • Brothers ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from a Cornish port to Naples, Kingdom of Sicily. She was taken to Algeciras, Spain.[47]
  • Calypso ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French frigate, set afire and sunk. She was on a voyage from Lisbon to London.[62]
  • Carolina ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from a Brazilian port to Oporto.[60]
  • Draper ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured and sunk by the French. She was on a voyage from Oporto to Dublin, Ireland.[62]
  • Duke of Cumberland ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 6 November by Spanish Frigates. She was taken to the River Plata.[63]
  • Eliza ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the North Sea off the coast of Lincolnshire by the French privateer Enterprize. She was subsequently released.[64]
  • Elizabeth and Peggy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Irish Sea by the French whilst on a voyage from Limerick to London.[47]
  • Enigheten ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from a Cornish port to Naples. She was taken to Genoa.[64]
  • Eolo ( Venetian Navy): The 70-gun ship was captured by the French Navy.
  • Eider Stroman ( France): The ship was captured in the English Channel by the British privateer Lottery whilst on a voyage from Bayonne, Pyrénées-Atlantiques to Saint-Malo, Ille-et-Vilaine. She was taken to Jersey, Channel Islands.[61]
  • Elizabeth ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Savannah, Georgia, United States to Jamaica. She was taken to St. Jago de Cuba.[59]
  • Fama ( Venetian Navy): The 66-gun ship was captured by the French Navy.
  • Fame ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Virginia, United States to Oporto.[59]
  • HNLMS Gelykheid ( United Netherlands Navy): Battle of Camperdown, 11 October: The 64-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • George ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Martinique to London. She was taken to Curaçao.[45]
  • Gloria ( Venetian Navy): The ship was captured by the French Navy.
  • HNLMS Haarlem ( United Netherlands Navy): Battle of Camperdown, 11 October: The 64-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Hampshire ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 2 January by the French privateer Patriot whilst on a voyage from London to Jamaica. She was taken to Brest, Finistère, France.[45]
  • Hercule ( French Navy): The 74-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Mars.
  • HMS Hermione (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The 32-gun fifth rate was taken over by mutineers on 22 September and handed to the Spanish Navy five days later.
  • Hero ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Grenada to Liverpool. She was taken to Saint Croix.[45]
  • Hope ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Falmouth, Cornwall to Guernsey, Channel Islands.[59]
  • Hopewell ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from London to Antigua. She was later retaken by her crew and arrived at Portsmouth, Hampshire. The privateer was captured and taken to Appledore, Devon.[61]
  • James ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to Jamaica. She was taken to Saint Martin.[45]
  • John ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from New Brunswick, British North America to Jamaica. She was taken to a Cuban port.[59]
  • Jonge Batavia ( United Netherlands Navy): The ship was captured by the Hired armed cutter Swan (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy. She was taken to Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.[45]
  • La Justine Adelaide ( France): The privateer was captured in the English Channel off Fécamp, Seine-Maritime by the Royal Navy's HMS Pilot. She was taken to Deal, Kent, Great Britain.[65]
  • Kitty ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from an Indian port to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. She was taken to a Puerto Rican port.[59]
  • London Packet ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the North Sea off Buchan Ness, Aberdeenshire on 11 September by the French privateer Jason. She was on a voyage from Archangelsk, Russia to Portsmouth.[61]
  • Mansel ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the English Channel by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Weymouth, Dorset to King's Lynn, Norfolk.[47]
  • Margaret ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Jamaica to Liverpool. She was taken to St. Jago de Cuba.[59]
  • Mary ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French in the Atlantic Ocean off Charleston, South Carolian, United States whilst on a voyage from London to Savannah, Georgia. She was taken to Port-de-Paix, Hispaniola.[59]
  • Mary ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French in the West Indies whilst on a voyage from Demerara to Liverpool. She was later recaptured.[59]
  • Medea ( Venetian Navy): The 70-gun ship was captured by the French Navy.
  • Minerva ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French.[45]
  • Modena Delz ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from a Brazilian port to Oporto.[60]
  • Neptune ( Batavian Republic): The ship was captured by Forbes ( Kingdom of Great Britain whilst on a voyage from Surinam to Amsterdam. She was sent to Martinico.[47]
  • Néréide  French Navy A Sybille class 36-gun, copper-hulled, frigate of the French Navy. Captured 22 December 1797 by HMS Phoebe.[66][67] [Note 1]
  • Oak ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Lisbon to London. She was taken to Ostend, West Flanders, France.[64]
  • Pallas ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French off Charleston whilst on a voyage from the Clyde to Charleston. She was taken to Port-aux-Paix.[59]
  • Patrouina ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from a Brazilian port to Oporto.[60]
  • Peggy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Jamaica to an American port. She was taken to Havana, Cuba.[59]
  • Piodade ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from a Brazilian port to Oporto.[60]
  • Pomona ( United States): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Maryland to Saint Domingo She was takent into Léogâne, Hispaniola.[45]
  • Roa Nova ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from a Brazilian port to Oporto.[60]
  • Sally ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French and taken to Guadeloupe.[64]
  • San Giorgio ( Venetian Navy): The 70-gun ship was captured by the French Navy.
  • San Joaquim ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from a Brazilian port to Oporto.[60]
  • San José ( Spanish Navy): Battle of Cape St Vincent, 14 February: The 114-gun first rate was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Captain.
  • San Nicolás ( Spanish Navy): Battle of Cape St Vincent, 14 February: The 80-gun third rate was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Captain.
  • Santa Cruz ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from a Brazilian port to Oporto.[60]
  • St. Nicholas ( Spain): The ship was captured by a Royal Navy squadron under the command of Lord Hugh Seymour. She was taken to Portsmouth, Hampshire, Great Britain.[65]
  • St. Teràza ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from a Brazilian port to Oporto.[60]
  • Swallow ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was capture and sunk by a French privateer. She was on a voyage from Barbados to Newfoundland, British North America.[62]
  • Tartu ( French Navy): The frigate was captured on 5 January by the Royal Navy's HMS Polythemus.
  • Tattler ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French.[45]
  • Trinidade ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from a Brazilian port to Oporto.[60]
  • Trompeuse ( France): The 6-gun privateer schooner was captured on 2 April by the Royal Navy's HMS Spitfire.
  • Truenzo ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from a Brazilian port to Oporto.[60]
  • HNLMS Vryheid ( United Netherlands Navy): Battle of Camperdown, 11 October: The 70-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Vulcano ( Venetian Navy): The 70-gun ship was captured by the French Navy.
  • HNLMS Wassenaar ( United Netherlands Navy): Battle of Camperdown, 11 October: The 64-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Weston ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French.[45]
  • William ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to Martinique. She was taken to Cayenne, French Guiana.[45]

1798[edit | edit source]

  • Alexander ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Lancaster to Savannah, Georgia, United States. She was taken to Guadeloupe.[68]
  • Alfred ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Lisbon, Portugal to Liverpool, Lancashire She was taken to a French port.[69]
  • HMS Ambuscade (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): Action of 14 December 1798: The 32-gun fifth-rate was captured by the French Navy's Bayonnaise.
  • American Eagle ( United States): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Charleston, South Carolina to London. She was taken to Saint-Martin, Île de Ré, Finistère, France.[63]
  • Ann ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the North Sea off Filey, Yorkshire on 10 November by a French privateer.[69]
  • Apollo ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Virginia, United States to London. She was taken to a French port.[69]
  • Aquilon ( French Navy): Battle of the Nile, 1–3 August: Téméraire-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Brave ( France): The privateer was captured on 24 April by the Royal Navy's HMS Phoenix.
  • Aurora ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to Pillau, East Prussia. She was taken to Arendal, Norway.[70]
  • Barbara ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to the West Indies. She was taken to Guadeloupe.[63]
  • Betsey ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The brig was captured whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to New York. She was later recaptured and taken to Halifax, Nova Scotia, British North America.[71]
  • Betsey ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured of the coast of Africa on 3 June by the French frigate Convention whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to an African port.[72]
  • Brothers ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a privateer off Oporto. She was on a voyage from Newfoundland, British North America to Oporto.[73]
  • HMS Charlotte (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The 8-gun schooner was captured on 16 October by the French privateer Enfant Prodigue.
  • Columbus ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer L'Antoinette whilst on a voyage from New York, United States to Amsterdam, Batavian Republic. She was taken to La Rochelle, Charente-Maritime, France.[63]
  • Conquérant ( French Navy):Battle of the Nile, 1–3 August: The Citoyen-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Audacious.
  • HMS Crash (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The Acute-class gun-brig ran aground at Vlieland, Netherlands and was seized by the Dutch as a prize of war.
  • Croyable ( French Navy): A French privateer captured by Stephen Decatur commander of Delaware, off Great Egg Harbor, New Jersey, 7 July 1798.
  • Dart ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a privateer off Oporto, Portugal.[73]
  • Dione ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The brig was captured by the French privateer Racoon. She was later recaptured by HMS Pigmy and taken to Portsmouth, Hampshire.[74]
  • Décade ( French Navy): The 36-gun fifth rate was captured on 24 August by the Royal Navy.
  • Dorothea Elizabeth ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French ship Severn whilst on a voyage from Saint-Thomas, Virgin Islands to Havana, Cuba. She was taken to Môle-Saint-Nicolas, Hispaniola.
  • Endeavour ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Southampton, Hampshire to "Tentris". She was taken to Saint-Malo, Ille-et-Vilaine.[68]
  • Endeavour ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Newfoundland to a British port. She was later recaptured and taken to Dartmouth, Devon.[74]
  • Entreprenante ( French Navy): The 10-gun cutter was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Fortune ( French Navy): The 18-gun sloop was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Flora ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Martinico to Dublin, Ireland. She was later recaptured and taken to Jersey, Channel Islands.[71]
  • Franklin ( French Navy): Battle of the Nile, 1–3 August: The Tonnant-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Freedom ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer Dragon whilst on a voyage from Archangelsk, Russia to London. She was taken to Bergen, Norway.[69]
  • Fulminante ( France): The privateer was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Espoir.

Capture of Furie and Waakzaamheid,

  • Furie ( United Netherlands Navy): Action of 24 October 1798: The frigate was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Sirius (1797).
  • Gantil ( France): The ship was captured by the Guernsey privateer Resolution.[63]
  • General Gray ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from the South Seas to London. She was taken to a French port.[63]
  • Good Intent ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from London to Galway, Ireland. She was later recaptured by the American privateer Atlantic.[74]
  • Guerrier ( French Navy): Battle of the Nile, 1–3 August: The Magnifique-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy and was burnt as she was too severely damaged to be of use.
  • Hercule ( French Navy): The Téméraire-class ship of the line was captured on 21 April by the Royal Navy's HMS Mars.
  • Hoche ( French Navy): Battle of Tory Island, 12 October: The Téméraire-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Immortalité ( French Navy): Battle of Tory Island, 12 October: The Romaine-class frigate was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Fisgard.
  • Jamaica ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a privateer. She was later retaken by her crew and taken to St. Domingo.[75]
  • Jane ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Virginia, United States to London. She was taken to a French port.[69]
  • Jean ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to Virginia, United States. She was taken to Puerto Rico.[70]
  • Kelper ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Dutch whilst on a voyage from Danzig, Prussia to London. She was taken to Vlissingen, Zeeland, Batavian Republic.[63]
  • Lark ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer Racoon. She was later recaptured by HMS Pigmy and taken to Portsmouth.[74]
  • HMS Leander(Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): Action of 18 August 1798: The Portland-class fourth rate was captured by the Frency Navy's Le Genereux.
  • Le Brave ( France): The privateer was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Phoenix. She was taken to Plymouth, Devon.[76]
  • L'Invincible General Bonaparte ( France): The 20-gun privateer was captured on 9 December by the Royal Navy's HMS Boadicea.
  • Loire ( French Navy): The 44-gun frigate was captured on 18 October by the Royal Navy's HMS Anson and HMS Kangaroo.
  • Lydia ( United States): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Charleston, South Carolina to "Hambro'". She was taken to Brest, Finistère, France.[63]
  • Mary ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Newfoundland to the West Indies. She was taken to Guadeloupe.[74]
  • Mercure ( French Navy): Battle of the Nile: The Séduisant-class ship of the line ran aground and was captured on 1 August by the Royal Navy's HMS Alexander. She was set afire and burnt.
  • Nancy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to the West Indies. She was later recaptured by the Guernsey privateer Alarm.[72]
  • Nanine ( France): The ship was captured by the Guernsey privateer Resolution.[63]
  • Neutrality ( Kingdom of Great Britain): the ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage form Baltimore, Maryland, United States to Bremen. She was later recaptured by the Guernsey privateer Dispatch and taken to Plymouth, Devon.[76]
  • Ocean ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Bengal to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. She was taken to a Puerto Rican port.[71]
  • Peep of Day ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a privateer off Oporto.[73]
  • Peuple Souverain ( French Navy): Battle of the Nile, 1–3 August: The Souverain-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Phillippa ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a privateer off Oporto.[73]
  • Pigou ( United States): The ship was captured by a French frigate whilst on a voyage from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States to China. She was taken to Nantes, Loire-Atlantique, France.[74]
  • Poplar ( Kingdom of Great Britain): the ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Grenada to Martinico. She was taken to Guadeloupe.[76]
  • Prince of Wales ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Atlantic Ocean (47°40′N 18°00′W / 47.667°N 18°W / 47.667; -18) on 11 October by the French privateer La Confiance whilst on a voyage from Bristol to the West Indies. She was recaptured later that day by the British privateer King Pepple and taken to King's Road.[77]
  • Quaker ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Africa to Jamaica. She was taken to Guadeloupe.[63]
  • Racoon ( France): The privateer was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Pigmy. She was taken to Portsmouth.[74]
  • Résolue ( French Navy): Battle of Tory Island, 12 October: The Iphigénie-class frigate was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Melampus.
  • Resource ( France): The brig, a privateer, was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Phaeton and HMS Stag (1794).[78]
  • Sally ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French and taken to Puerto Rico. She was later burnt.[63]
  • San Giovanni (Flag of the Order of St. John (various).svg Sovereign Military Order of Malta): The 64-gun third rate was captured on 11 June by the French Navy.
  • Santa Dorotea ( Spanish Navy): Action of 15 July 1798: The frigate was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Lion.
  • San Zaccharia (Flag of the Knights of Malta.gif Knights of Malta): Mediterranean campaign of 1798: The 64-gun ship was surrendered on 11 June to the French Navy.

HMS Jason capturing the Seine.

  • Seine ( French Navy): The Seine-class frigate was captured on 30 June by the Royal Navy's HMS Jason and HMS Pique.
  • Sophie ( France): The ship was captured by the Guernsey privateer Resolution.[63]
  • Spartiate ( French Navy): Battle of the Nile, 1–3 August: The Téméraire-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • St. Johannes ( United States): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Boston, Massachusetts to Naples, Kingdom of Sicily.[72]
  • Superb ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Charleston, South Carolina, United States to London. She was taken to Bayonne, Ille-et-Vilaine.[63]
  • Surprize ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 8 December by a French privateer.[74]
  • Swallow ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Lisbon to Newfoundland.[74]
  • Three Friends (flag unknown): The ship was captured by the British whilst on a voyage from Havana, Cuba to Hambro'. She was taken to Halifax, Nova Scotia, British North America.[71]
  • Tonnant ( French Navy): Battle of the Nile, 1–3 August: The Tonnant-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Ultima Sperranza (Tuscany Grand Duchy of Tuscany): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from India to Livorno. She was taken to Algeciras, Spain.[71]
  • Vaillante ( French Navy): The 20-gun corvette was captured on 7 August by the Royal Navy's HMS Indefatigable.
  • Vine ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Virginia, United States to London. She was later recaptured by the British privateer Marquis of Townsend and taken to Jersey, Channel Islands.[72]
  • Venus ( Kingdom of Great Britain): the ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from London to Saint Thomas, Virgin Isles. She was taken to a Puerto Rican port.[76]
  • Waakzaamheid ( United Netherlands Navy): Action of 24 October 1798: The frigate was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Sirius.[79]
  • William and John ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a Spanish privateer whilst on a voyage from New Brunswick, British North America to Jamaica. She was taken to a Hispaniolan port.[71]
  • William and Thomas ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from the Clyde to Savannah, Georgia, United States. She was taken to Guadaloupe.[68]

1799[edit | edit source]

  • Abigail ( United States): The ship was captured on 15 October by the French privateer Vengeance whilst on a voyage from a Virginian port to Bremen. She was recaptured on 20 October by the Royal Navy's HMS Triton and sent in to Plymouth, Devon, Great Britain.[80]
  • Active ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured, then recaptured and was taken to Lisbon.[81]
  • Active ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Charleston, South Carolina to London.[82]
  • Admiraal de Ruyter ( United Netherlands Navy): The 68-gun ship was captured on 16 November in the North Sea off Texel, North Holland by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Africa ( Spanish Navy): The 14-gun xebec was captured on 22 February by the Royal Navy's HMS Espoir.[83]
  • Alarm ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident: The 24-gun ship was captured on 28 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Alceste ( French Navy): The Magicienne-class frigate was captured on 18 June by the Royal Navy's HMS Bellona.
  • Alerte ( French Navy): The brig was captured on 17 June by the Royal Navy's HMS Captain.
  • Ambuscade ( United Netherlands Navy): The 32-gun ship was captured on 16 November in the North Sea off Texel by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Amphitrite ( United Netherlands Navy): The 44-gun ship was captured on 16 November in the North Sea off Texel by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Anacréon ( France): The privateer brig was captured on 26 June by the Royal Navy's HMS Champion.
  • Anna Maria ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Altona to Saint-Thomas, Virgin Islands. She was taken to Tenerife, Spain.[84]
  • Aréthuse ( French Navy): The Aréthuse-class corvette was captured on 10 October by the Royal Navy's HMS Excellent.
  • Astrea ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 8 November by the French privateer Scipio. She was recaptured on 10 November by the Royal Navy's HMS Nymphe.[85]
  • Atlas ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Genoa to Liverpool. Lancashire. She was taken in to Copto, Spain.[86]
  • Aurora ( United States): The ship was captured in the Strait of Sunsa by a French privateer.[87]
  • HNLMS Batavia ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident 30 August: The 54-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Belle Antoinette ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident: The 44-gun ship was captured on 28 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Bonafide ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French in the English Channel. She was taken into Saint-Malo, Ille-et-Vilaine, France.[88]
  • Brabant ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Lisbon to Liverpool. She was taken in to Bordeaux, Pyrénées-Atlantiques.[80]
  • HNLMS Broederschap ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident, 30 August: The 54-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • HNLMS Beschermer ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident 30 August: The 54-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Calcutta ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 6 December by the French Navy's La Bergère and La Syrène. She was recaptured later that day by the Royal Navy's HMS L'Amiable.[82]
  • Catherina (Admiralty flag of Hamburg.svg Hamburg): The brig was captured by the Spanish. She was recaptured on 24 December by the Royal Navy's HMS Netley.[89]
  • HNLMS Cerberus ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident 30 August: The 64-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Charles ( United States): The ship was captured by the French. She was taken to Bordeaux, Pyrénées-Atlantiques, France.[90]
  • Chateau Margo ( Portugal): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Oporto to Limerick, Ireland. She was later recaptured and taken in to Lisbon.[88]
  • Cleopatra ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Lisbon to Liverpool. She was taken in to Bordeaux.[80]
  • Concord ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off the coast of Africa.[87]
  • Constitution ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident: The 44-gun ship was captured on 28 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Crash' ( United Netherlands Navy): The 16-gun brig-sloop was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Espiegle and HMS Pylades.
  • Columbus ( United States): The ship was captured by the French. She was taken to Bordeaux.[90]
  • Commerce ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The brig was captured by the Spanish. She was recaptured on 27 December by the Royal Navy's HMS Netley.[89]
  • Courier ( France): The ship was captured in March in the Mediterranean Sea by the Royal Navy's HMS Zealous.[83]
  • Creeping Kate ( Kingdom of Ireland): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Jamaica to Cork. She was taken in to a Cuban port.[85]
  • De Draak ( United Netherlands Navy): The 24-gun ship was captured on 12 September in the North Sea off Texel, North Holland by the Royal Navy's HMS Arrow and HMS Wolverine.[83]
  • Delaware ( United States): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to Port du Passage. She was taken in to Saint Andero.[88]
  • Delight ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from London to Peterhead, Aberdeenshire. She was taken in to Arendal, Norway.[86]
  • Diussee ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident: The 44-gun ship was captured on 28 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Dolphin ( United Netherlands Navy): The 14-gun ship was captured on 15 September in the North Sea off Vlieland, Friesland by the Royal Navy's HMS Arrow and HMS Wolverine.[83]
  • Dragon ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured, then recaptured and was taken to Lisbon.[81]
  • Dreighorlahn ( Batavian Republic): Vlieter Incident: The East Indiaman was captured on 28 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Duchess of Gordon ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off Oporto by the French privateer Le Deuble a Quatee whilst on a voyage from Newfoundland, British North America to Oporto. She was taken in to Bordeaux, Loire-Atlantique, France.[91][92][93] She was recaptured on 25 December by the Royal Navy's HMS Netley.[89]
  • Duncombe ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Danzig, Prussia to London. She was taken in to Ostend, West Flanders, France.[82][94]
  • Eagle ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish and was taken in to St. Ubes.[82]
  • Echo ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 8 April by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Poole to Newfoundland, British North America. She was subsequently recaptured by Mate ( Kingdom of Great Britain and taken in to Plymouth, Devon.[95]
  • Elizabeth ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French. She was later recaptured and sent in to Plymouth.[80]
  • El Vincejo ( Spanish Navy): HMS Cormorant captured this 18-gun ship on 19 March;[83] the Royal Navy took her into service as HMS Vincejo.
  • Eenroon ( Batavian Republic): The ship was captured, by the Royal Navy's HMS Brilliant and was taken to Lisbon.[81]
  • Endeavour ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured, then recaptured and was taken to Lisbon.[81]
  • Expedition ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident: The 44-gun ship was captured on 28 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Favourite ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall to London. She was recaptured by a Jersey privateer and sent in to St. Ives, Cornwall.[82]
  • Felicidad ( Spain): The privateer was captured on 24 December by the Royal Navy's HMS Netley.[89]
  • Ferret ( France): The privateer was captured on 25 December by the Royal Navy's HMS Viper. She was taken in to Falmouth, Cornwall.[96]
  • Flora ( Batavian Republic): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Rotterdam to Belfast, Ireland. She was taken into Calais, France.[88]
  • Flora ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Dublin, Ireland to Oporto, Portugal.[82]
  • Follock ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident: The 24-gun ship was captured on 28 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by the Royal Navy.[83]

HMS Sybille and the French frigate Forte.

  • Forte ( French Navy): The Forte-class frigate was captured on 1 March off the coast of Bengal by the Royal Navy's HMS Sybille.
  • HMS Fortune (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The 18-gun sloop was captured by the French Navy.
  • Fortune ( France): The ship was captured by the British Revenue Cutter Hind ( Kingdom of Great Britain).[90]
  • Foudroyant ( France): The privateer was captured in the Atlantic Ocean (48°30′N 15°00′W / 48.5°N 15°W / 48.5; -15) by the Royal Navy's HMS Phoenix. She was taken to Cork, Ireland.[97]
  • Fox ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 7 April by the French privateer Courageux whilst on a voyage from Charleston, South Carolina, United States to Bilbao, Spain.[86]
  • Friendship ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French. She was sent in to Saint-Malo.[88]
  • Galathea ( United Netherlands Navy): The 16-gun ship was captured on 16 November in the North Sea off Texel by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Geir ( United Netherlands Navy): The 14-gun ship was captured on 12 September in the North Sea off Texel by the Royal Navy's HMS Arrow and HMS Wolverine.[83]
  • Gelderland ( United Netherlands Navy): The 68-gun ship was captured on 16 November in the North Sea off Texel by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • General Prescot ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish. She was recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Cerberus but four Spanish Navy frigates recaptured her again. She was taken in to a Spanish port.[98]
  • Golondrina ( Spain): The 14-gun packet ship was captured on 24 March by the Royal Navy's HMS Mermaid and HMS Sylph.[83]
  • Good Union ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The privateer was captured in the Mediterranean Sea by the French. She was taken in to Toulon, Var, France.[88]
  • Harlequin ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 28 October whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to Martinico.[87]
  • Harriet ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to Africa. She was subsequently recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Amethyst and sent in to Cork, Ireland.[83]
  • Hanover ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanice whilst on a voyage from Venice to and English port. She was taken in to Malaga, Spain.[98]
  • Harmony ( United States): The ship was captured on 22 December by the French whilst on a voyage from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to the West Indies. She was taken in to Guadeloupe.[99]
  • Hazard ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French. She was sent in to Paimpol, Finistère, France.[88]
  • Hazard ( United States): The ship was captured, bit was later recaptured by the British ship Mona.[87]
  • Hector ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident: The 44-gun ship was captured on 28 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Helder ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident: The 32-gun ship was captured on 28 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Herel ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French. She was sent in to Ostend, West Flanders, France.[88]
  • Hero ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer. She was recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Mercury and HMS Venerable.[82]
  • Heron ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured, then recaptured and was taken to Lisbon.[81]
  • Hevle Reill ( Denmark): The ship was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Spitfire. She was taken in to Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland.[87]
  • Hirondelle ( France): The privateer was captured in March in the English Channel 9 leagues (27 nautical miles (50 km) north west of the Île de Batz, Finistère by the Royal Navy's HM hired brig Telegraph.[83]
  • Hope ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Newfoundland to London.[82]
  • Howda ( Batavian Republic): Vlieter Incident: The East Indiaman was captured on 28 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Hussard ( France): The corvette was captured on 20 August in the Atlantic Ocean off Surinam by the Royal Navy.
  • Infanta Amelia ( Spanish Navy): The 12-gun sloop-of-war was captured on 6 August in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Portugal by the Royal Navy's HMS Argo.
  • Johanna ( United States): The ship was captured by the French. She was taken to Bordeaux.[90]
  • John ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured, then recaptured and was taken to Lisbon.[81]
  • John ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Great Yarmouth, Norfolk to Poole, Dorset. She was taken in to Boulogne.[95]
  • John ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Oporto, Portsmouth to Newfoundland, British North America. She was taken in to Bordeaux, Pyrénées-Atlantiques.[100]
  • John and Elizabeth ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Dungarvan, County Waterford, Ireland to Poole, Dorset.[88]
  • Kemphaan ( United Netherlands Navy): The cutter was captured on 20 August in the Atlantic Ocean off Surinam by the Royal Navy.
  • Alerte ( French Navy): The ship was captured on 18 June in the Mediterranean Sea by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Courageuse ( French Navy): The ship was captured on 18 June in the Mediterranean Sea by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • La Dame de Grace ( France): The ship was captured on 18 March in the Mediterranean Sea by the Royal Navy's HMS Le Tigre).[83]
  • La Dangereuse ( France): The ship was captured on 18 March in the Mediterranean Sea by the Royal Navy's HMS Le Tigre).[83]
  • La Fondre ( France): The ship was captured on 18 March in the Mediterranean Sea by the Royal Navy's HMS Le Tigre).[83]
  • La Junon ( French Navy): The ship was captured on 18 June in the Mediterranean Sea by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • L'Alceste ( French Navy): The ship was captured on 18 June in the Mediterranean Sea by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • La Maria Rose ( France): The ship was captured on 18 March in the Mediterranean Sea by the Royal Navy's HMS Le Tigre).[83]
  • La Négresse ( France): The ship was captured on 18 March in the Mediterranean Sea by the Royal Navy's HMS Le Tigre).[83]
  • Résolue ( France): The privateer was captured on 31 March by the Royal Navy's HMS Spitfire. She was taken in to Plymouth, Devon.[88]
  • La Vestale ( French Navy): The ship was captured on 20 Augusg in the Bay of Biscay by the Royal Navy's HMS Clyde.[83]
  • Layr ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French. She was sent in to Boulogne, Pas-de-Calais, France.[88]
  • Leander ( French Navy): The Portland-class fourth rate was captured on 3 March by Turko-Russian forces at Corfu and returned to the Royal Navy.
  • Le Bordeloes ( France): The privateer was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Révolutionnaire. She was taken in to Plymouth.[80]
  • Le Grand Feraillard ( France): The privateer was captured on 11 October by the Royal Navy's HMS Phoebe.[101]
  • L'Épervier' ( France): The ship was captured in March by the Royal Navy's HMS Cerberus.[83]
  • Les Deux Frères ( France): The ship was captured on 18 March in the Mediterranean Sea by the Royal Navy's HMS Le Tigre).[83]
  • L'Espérance ( France): The privateer was captured on 22 December in the Atlantic Ocean off Viana do Castelo, Portugal by the Royal Navy's HMS Netley.[89]
  • Le St. Jacques ( France): The ship was captured on 13 September in the English Channel off L'Orient, Ille-et-Vilaine by the Royal Navy's HMS Triton.[83]
  • HNLMS Leyden ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident, 30 August: The 64-gun floating battery was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Liguria ( Republic of Genoa): The ship was captured on 7 August in the Mediterranean Sea by the Royal Navy's HMS Espiegle.[83]
  • L'Insurgente  French Navy Captured by USS Constellation 9 February 1799.[102]
  • Lion ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The brig was captured by the French She was sent into Boulogne.[88]
  • Liveley ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 9 November by a Spanish privateer off the coast of Berbice whilst on a voyage from Africa to the West Indies.[87]
  • Lydia ( United States): The ship was captured by the French. She was subsequently wrecked on The Olives rocks.[90]
  • Lynx ( United Netherlands Navy): The 12-gun ship was captured on 9 October in the Ems by the Royal Navy's HMS Circe and HMS Hawke.[83]
  • Margaret ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Newfoundland, British North America to a Portuguese port.[90]
  • Marianne ( France): The ship was captured on 18 March in the Mediterranean Sea by the Royal Navy's HMS Le Tigre).[83]
  • Mars ( United Netherlands Navy): The 44-gun ship was captured on 16 November in the North Sea off Texel by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Mary ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from the Clyde to Charleston, South Carolina, United States. She was taken in to the Passage Islands.[86]
  • Mary ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from London to Texel, North Holland, Batavian Republic. She was taken in to Calais.
  • Mary Campbell ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from the Clyde to New Providence, New Jersey, United States. She was taken in to the Passage Islands.[86]
  • Matilda ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off the coast of Africa.[87]
  • Minerva ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Cork, Ireland to Tortola. She was later recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Pomone and taken in to Falmouth, Cornwall.[88]
  • Minerva ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident: The 24-gun ship was captured on 28 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Nancy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from London to New Providence, New Jersey, United States. She was taken in to a Puerto Rican port.[98]
  • Nancy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Dingle, County Cork, Ireland to Lisbon, Portugal. She was later recaptured and arrived at Dingle.[82]
  • Nostra Señora de la Soledade ( Spain: The ship was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Diamond. She was taken in to Plymouth, Devon.
  • Pallas ( United States): The ship was captured by the French. She was taken to Bordeaux.[90]
  • Patrick ( Kingdom of Ireland): The ship was captured by the French on 12 January whilst on a voyage from Dublin to Oporto She was set afire and sunk.[95]
  • Peggy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Lisbon, Portugal to Dublin, Ireland. She was taken in to "Camarines".[86]
  • Pelican ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The brig was captured by the French on 30 January in the English Channel off Start Point, Devon. She was recaptured on 3 February by the Royal Navy's hired armed cutter King George and taken to Plymouth, Devon.[103]
  • HMS Penelope (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The 18-gun ship was captured on 7 July by the Spanish Navy's Nostra Señora del Carmen.[83]
  • Perseus ( United Netherlands Navy): The 12-gun ship was captured on 9 October in the Ems by the Royal Navy's HMS Circe and HMS Hawke.[83]
  • Phoenix ( Spanish Navy): The 14-gun ship was captured in July in the West Indies by the Royal Navy's HMS Alarm.[83]
  • Plumper ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off the coast of Africa.[87]
  • Polly ( Kingdom of Ireland): The sloop was captured by the French. She was sent into Port-Blanc, Côtes-du-Nord, France.[88]
  • Polly ( United States): The brig was captured on 16 October off A Coruña, Spain by the Royal Navy's HMS Triton whilst on a voyage from Marblehead, Massachusetts to Bilbao, Spain. She was taken in to Plymouth.[80]
  • Princess Amelia ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 20 January by the French privateer Spartiate. She was set afire and sunk.[90]
  • Prudente ( French Navy): The Capriceuse-class frigate was captured on 9 February by the Royal Navy's HMS Daedalus.
  • Rebecca ( France): The privateer was captured on27 April in the Atlantic Ocean 20 leagues (60 nautical miles (110 km) west of Ouessant, Finistère by the Royal Navy's Hired armed cutter Black Joke.[83]
  • Républicaine ( French Navy): The felucca was captured on 26 June in the Atlantic Ocean off Surinam by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • République ( French Navy): The frigate was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Tamar whilst on a voyage from Cayenne, French Guiana to Surinam.[104]
  • Rosa (Admiralty flag of Hamburg.svg Hamburg): The ship was captured by a privateer in the North Sea off the coast of the Batavian Republic.[95]
  • Sally ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Lisbon to Oporto, Portugal.[84]
  • Sans Quartier ( France): The privateer was captured on 9 April in the English Channel off Chausey, Manche by the Royal Navy's HMS Danae.[83]
  • Santa Antonio ( Spanish Navy): The 14-gun ship was captured on 23 June in the Mediterranean Sea by the Royal Navy's HMS Terpsichore.[83]
  • Santa Brigada ( Spanish Navy): The frigate was captured off Ferrol by the Royal Navy's HMS Alcmene, HMS Naiad and HMS Triton. She was taken in to Plymouth, Devon, Great Britain.[101]
  • Santa Cecilia ( Spanish Navy): The 32-gun fifth rate was captured on 25 October by the Royal Navy's HMS Surprise.
  • Santa Theresa ( Spanish Navy): The 42-gun frigate was captured on 6 February in the Mediterranean Sea by the Royal Navy's HMS Argo.[83]
  • Seaforth ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from New York, United States to Barbados. She was subsequently wrecked on 6 August on Tortuga.[100]
  • Snarke ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Bristol, Gloucestershire to London. She was taken in to Boulogne.[100]
  • Somerset ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 17 November in the English Channel off Weymouth, Dorset by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Poole, Dorset to Liverpool. She was late recaptured by a cutter from Weymouth.[85]
  • St. Antonio y Animas ( Spain): The privateer, a schooner, was captured on 25 December by the Royal Navy's HMS Netley.[89]
  • Stockport ( United States): The ship was captured by the French.[90]
  • Sultana ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from London to Lisbon. she was taken in to Vigo, Spain.[88]
  • Susannah ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the English Channel off Dartmouth, Devon by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Dartmouth to Torbay, Devon. She was recaptured and brought into Brixham, Devon.[74]
  • Swan ( France): The cutter was captured in the Bay of Biscay by the Royal Navy's HMS Anson. She was taken to Plymouth, Devon.[81]
  • Swift ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Gibraltar to Guernsey, Channel Islands. She was later recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Leviathan and HMS Vangaurd).[80]
  • Thetis ( Spanish Navy): The 40-gun frigate was captured on 16 October by the Royal Navy's HMS Ethalion.[83]
  • Three Friends ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured, then recaptured and was taken to Lisbon.[81]
  • Tuley ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 29 November by the French privateed Vengeance. She was taken in to Bordeaux.[105]
  • Ucca Cardagora ( Spanish Navy): The 12-gun ship was captured in March in the West Indies by the Royal Navy's HMS La Prompe. She was set afire and burnt.[83]
  • Undaunted ( United Netherlands Navy): The ship was captured on 13 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by boats from the Royal Navy's HMS Pylades.[83]
  • Unie ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident: The 44-gun ship was captured on 28 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Union ( United States): The ship was captured by the French. She was taken to Bordeaux.[90]
  • Urwachten ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident: The 66-gun ship was captured on 28 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by boats from the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Utrecht ( United Netherlands Navy): The 68-gun ship was captured on 16 November in the North Sea off Texel by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Vengeur ( France): The privateer was captured on 24 November by the Royal Navy's HMS Solebay.
  • Valk ( United Netherlands Navy): The 20-gun ship was captured in November in the Zuyder Zee by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Vengeance ( United Netherlands Navy): The ship was captured on 14 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by boats from the Royal Navy's HMS Pylades. She was set afire and sunk.[83]
  • Venus ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident: The 24-gun ship was captured on 28 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Vreedelust ( Batavian Republic): Vlieter Incident: The East Indiaman was captured on 28 August in the North Sea off the Dutch coast by the Royal Navy.[83]
  • Vriendschap ( Batavian Republic): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Amsterdam to Lisbon, Portugal. She was taken in to Vigo, Spain.[98]
  • HNLMS Washington ( United Netherlands Navy): Vlieter Incident, 30 August: The 70-gun ship was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Willcock ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to Livorno. She was taken in to Algeciras, Spain.[95]
  • HMS William Pitt (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The 14-gun ship ws captured in the Mediterranean Sea by two Spanish gunboats.[83]
  • Young Jonah ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off the coast of Africa.[87]

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  • A.B.C. ( United States): The ship was captured in the English Channel by a French privateer. She was subsequently recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Spitfire and taken in to Plymouth, Devon, Great Britain.[106]
  • Abigail ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French. whilst on a voyage from Halifax, Nova Scotia, British North America to London.[107]
  • Acteon ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish. She was taken in to Oporto, Portugal.[108]
  • Active ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer Mars.[109]
  • Active ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer Ferrailleur whilst on a voyage from Liverpool, Lancashire to Boston, Massachusetts, United States. She was later recaptured by the Guernsey privateer Dublin Volunteer.[110]
  • Active ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a privateer whilst on a voyage from Bermuda to London. She was recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Cerberus and sent to Cork, Ireland.[111]
  • Active ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Dutch whilst on a voyage from Whitby, Yorkshire to London. She was taken in to a Dutch port.[112]
  • Adelphi ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from the Leeward Islands to Falmouth, Cornwall. She was taken in to Bordeaux, Loire-Atlantique, France.[113]
  • Adjutor Dahl ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the Guernsey privateers Alarm and Marquis of Townsend whilst on a voyage from St. Andero to Lisbon. She was take in to Guernsey.[114]
  • Adrihoa ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French off the coast of Africa.[91]
  • Adventure ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off Oporto.[91]
  • Albanaise ( French Navy): The 12-gun brig was captured on 4 June by the Royal Navy's HMS Phoenix and HMS Port Mahon.
  • Africa ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a number of Spanish gunboats whilst on a voyage from Gibraltar to Livorno. She was taken in to Algeciras, Spain.[115]
  • Africa ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by two French privateers whilst on a voyage from Demerara to London. She was taken in to Guadeloupe.[116]
  • Ajax ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish and was sent in to St. Andero, Spain.[99]
  • HMS Albanaise (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The 14-gun brig was captured on 22 November by her crew in a mutiny and surrendered the next day to the Spanish Navy.
  • Albion ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer on 16 March in the English Channel off the Isle of Wight. She was on a voyage from London to Plymouth, Devon.[117]
  • Alert ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by Spanish gun boats off Gibraltar whilst on a voyage from Naples, Kingdom of Sicily to Bristol, Gloucestershire.[118][119]
  • Alkmonack ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from London to Charleston, South Carolina, United States. She was taken in to Bordeaux, Loire-Atlantique, France.[120]
  • Amelia (flag unknown): The ship was captured and taken in to Jamaica whilst on a voyage from Vera Cruz to Hamburg.[117]
  • Amiable Elenore ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Lisbon, Portugal to Venice.[112]
  • Amicitia ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Lisbon to Livorno. She was taken in to Algeciras, Spain.[121]
  • Amity ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 12 March by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Charleston, South Carolina to London. She was ordered in to La Rochelle, Ille-et-Vilaine, France,[99] but was recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Amethyst and HMS Nymphe.[120]
  • Amphitrite ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French off the coast of Africa.[91]
  • Andorida ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French galiot L'Abeille.[122]
  • Ann ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from St. Croix, Virgin Islands to Aux Cayes, Hispaniola. She was taken in to St. Domingo.[123]
  • Ann ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer. She was taken in to Malaga, Spain.[124]
  • Ann ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from St. Croix to Aux Cayes and return. She was taken in to Santo Domingo, Hispaniola.[115]
  • Apollo ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish. She was taken in to Oporto, Portugal.[108]
  • Ariadne ( United States): The ship was captured by thwe Spanish whilst on a voyage from Charleston, South Carolina to Liverpool, Greaty Britain. She was taken in to St. Andero, Spain.[107]
  • Arrogant ( Kingdom of Ireland): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from St. Ube's to Limerick. She was taken in to a Spanish port.[108]
  • Athénien ( French Navy): Siege of Malta (1798–1800): The 64-gun third rate was seized by the Royal Navy as a prize of war.
  • Augusta (flag unknown): The ship was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Driver whilst on a voyage from Archangelsk, Russia to London. She was taken in to Cuxhaven.[116]
  • Augustus ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the North Sea by the French privateer Le Marengo.[125]
  • Aurora ( United States): The ship was captured by the British whilst on a voyage from Virginia to Cartagena, Spain. She was taken in to Jamaica.[126]
  • Aurora ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from "Zant" to Hull, Yorkshire. She was later recaptured and taken in to Gibraltar.[127]
  • Austrias ( United States): The ship was captured by the British whilst on a voyage from Laguira, Cuba to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was taken in to Port Royal, Jamaica.[122]
  • Bacchus ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer Vengeance whilst on a voyage fromm Newhaven, East Sussex to Guernsey, Channel Islands. She was taken in to Cherbourg, Seine-Maritime, France.[122][123]
  • Balladore ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Lisbon, Portugal to London.[128]
  • Bardon ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 9 November in the North Sea by a French privateer.[129]
  • Beaver ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The schooner was captured on 27 March by a French privateer and was sunk by her.[99]
  • Bee ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a number of Spanish gunboats off Gibraltar whilst on a voyage from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland to Gibraltar.[115]
  • Betsey ( Batavian Republic): The ship was captured by the British privateer Mayflower whilst on a voyage from Amsterdam to Lisbon, Portugal and was taken in to Guernsey, Channel Islands.[130]
  • Betsey ( United States): The ship was captured by a French privateer.[122]
  • Betsey (Kingdom of Great Britain British North America): The ship was captured by the French privateer L'Auguste.[115]
  • Bee ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off Jamaica by the Spanish and was sent in to a Cuban port.[126]

USS Boston capturing Berceau

  • Bellona ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by two French privateers whilst on a voyage from London to Jamaica. She was later recaptured and arrived at Jamaica.[124]
  • Berceau ( French Navy): The ship was captured on 12 October by the United States Navy's USS Boston. She was subsequently repaired and returned to the French.[110]
  • Berwick ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer Perseverant whilst on a voyage from Leith, Lothian to London.[113]
  • Bilboa ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off Oporto whilst on a voyage from London to Oporto.[91][93]
  • Bom Success e Expedicao ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Lisbon to China. She was taken in to Mauritius.[120]
  • Boreas ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish between 28 October and 30 November. She was taken in to Bologna, Spain.[131]
  • Bouganville ( France): The privateer was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Anson (1787). She subsequently collided with her and foundered.[113]
  • Britannia ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer L'Auguste whilst on a voyage from New Brunswick, British North America to Hamburg. She was later recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Bury and taken in to Gibraltar.[115]
  • Briton ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 16 November by a French privateer, She was taken in to Boulogne, France.[116]
  • Brothers ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to Oporto, Portugal. She was take in to Vigo, Spain.[91][93]
  • Brothers ( United States): The ship was captured on 12 August off Bermuda by the French privateer Bellona whilst bound to Halifax, Nova Scotia, British North America.[132]
  • Brownlow ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French [privateer whilst on a voyage from London to Belfast, County Down, Ireland. She was taken in to Paimpol, Côtes-du-Nord, France.[116]
  • Buffalo ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland to Hamburgh. She was taken in to Ostend, West Flanders, France.[113]
  • Caldwell ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer La Rage whilst on a voyage from Quebec to London.[91]
  • Cam's Delight ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Africa to Bristol, Gloucestershire.[92]
  • Carolina ( Batavian Republic): The ship was captured on 12 November by the Royal Navy's HMS Driver and was sent in to Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, Great Britain.[125]
  • Caroline (Kingdom of Great Britain Jersey): The ship was captured on 14 April by the French privateer Le Diable Quatre whilst on a voyage from Jersey to Quebec. She was subsequently recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Nymphe and taken in to Plymouth, Devon.[110]
  • Caroline ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by two Spanish privatters whilst on a voyage from Jamaica to Vera Cruz.[133]
  • Caroline ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Newfoundland to Oporto, Portugal. She was later recaptured by the Portuguese and taken in to Viana, Portugal.[108]
  • Carteret ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Jamaica to Falmouth, Cornwall. She was taken in to Bordeaux, Loire-Atlantique, France.[99]
  • Cazadol ( Spain): The ship was captured by the British privateer 'Mayflower whilst on a voyage from Bordeaux, France to El Ferrol, Spain. She was sent in to Guernsey, Channel Islands.[130]
  • Ceres ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 27 May by the French privateer L'Heureux. She was recaptured on 8 June and was taken in to the Isles of Scilly.[124]
  • Ceres ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Dutch privateer Braave whilst on a voyage from Glasgow, Renfrewshire to Charleston, South Carolina, United States. She was later recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Nymphe and taken in to Plymouth, Devon.[134]
  • Charlotta ( Batavian Republic): The ship was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Cleopatra whilst bound for New York, United States. She was taken in to Halifax, Nova Scotia, British North America.[130]
  • Charlotte ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish. She was taken in to Palma, Mallorca, Spain.[135]
  • Charlotte ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Halifax, British North America to London. She was taken in to a Spanish port.[135]
  • Charlotte ( Kingdom of Ireland): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Cork to Jamaica. She was taken in to Guadeloupe.[126]
  • Christian ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a Dutch privateer whilst on a voyage from London to Montrose, Forfarshire.[116]
  • Columbia ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from New Orleans, French Louisiana to Hambro'. She was sent in to Jamaica.[91]
  • Columbia ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship on 6 January in the Atlantic Ocean (49°30′N 11°00′W / 49.5°N 11°W / 49.5; -11) by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Virginia to Great Britain1.[87]
  • Columbia (Kingdom of Great Britain Guernsey): The ship was captured off Gibraltar.[136]
  • Commercial ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the North Sea off Coquet Island, Northumberland on 26 October by the French privateer La Mouche. She was taken in to Bremen.[137]
  • Commerce ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off Oporto, Portugal. She was subsequently recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Netley.[91]
  • Concord ( United States): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from China to America. She was taken in t Isle de France.[91]
  • Concord (Kingdom of Great Britain Jersey): The ship was captured by the French privateer La Grand Decide whilst on a voyage from Jersey, Channel Islands to Newfoundland, British North America She was taken in to a French port.[130]
  • Concorde ( French Navy): Action of 4 August 1800: The Nymphe-class frigate was captured off the coast of Brazil by the Royal Navy's HMS Belliqueux.
  • George ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a privateer in the West Indies.[138]
  • Convenienta ( Portugal): The ship was captured by the Guernsey privateers Alarm and Marquis of Townsend whilst on a voyage from St. Andero to Lisbon. She was taken in to Guernsey.[114]
  • Cortis ( Spain): The ship was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Flora and was sent in to Lisbon, Portugal.[122]
  • Countess of Bute ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer La Brave whilst on a voyage from Newfoundland to Naples, Kingdom of Sicily. She was later recaptured by HMS Doris and taken in to Plymouth, Devon.[129]
  • Countess of Lauderdale ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Atlantic Ocean (48°44′N 18°40′W / 48.733°N 18.667°W / 48.733; -18.667) by the French privateer Gersonge whilst on a voyage from the West Indies to London.[130]
  • Cultivator ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer Minerve whilst on a voyage from Demerara to London. She was recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Sirius.[130]
  • Dædalus ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Portsmouth, Hampshire to the West Indies. She was later recaptured and taken in to Antigua.[136]
  • Dart ( United States): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from New York to the West Indies. She was taken in to Guadeloupe.[139]
  • Deb ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Faro, Portugal to Gibraltar. She was taken in to Cadiz, Spain.[115]
  • Defiance ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The brig was captured in the English Channel on by the French privateer Hero. She was later recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS La Sufficiante and taken in to Plymouth, Devon.[129]
  • Dégo ( French Navy): Siege of Malta (1798–1800): The 64-gun ship was seized by the Royal Navy on 4 September as a prize of war.
  • HMS Danae (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The 20-gun corvette was captured on 14 March in a mutiny by her crew and was handed over to the French Navy the next day.
  • Der Gute Wind (Admiralty flag of Hamburg.svg Hamburg): The ship was captured by a British privateer whilst on a voyage from Spain to Hamburg. She was taken in to Gibraltar.[123]
  • Diana ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from the Cape of Good Hope to London. She was later recaptured and taken in to Antigua.[116]
  • Diamond ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 27 October by the French privateer Le Grand Decide whilst on a voyage from Halifax, Nova Scotia, British North America to Portsmouth, Hampshire. She was taken in to a French port.[132]
  • Dick ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 15 October by the French privateer La Grand Decide whilst on a voyage from Liverpool, Lancashire to Africa. She was recaptured on 16 October by the Royal Navy's HMS Fishguard.[140]
  • Diligence ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the North Sea.[141]
  • Dispatch ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French off Benin and sunk.[142]
  • Dolphin ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by Dutch whilst on a voyage from Great Yarmouth, Norfolk to Cuxhaven. She was taken in to Texel, Batavian Republic.[130]
  • Dorset ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 16 November in the North Sea off Cromer, Norfolk by the French privateer Chasseur, She was taken in to Boulogne, or Dunquerque. France.[116][143]
  • Dublin Packet ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was capturd by the French whilst on a voyage from New York, United States to Livorno. She was taken in to Cadiz, Spain.[128]
  • Duke of Athol ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Danzig, Prussia to London. She was later recaptured and taken in to Scarborough, Yorkshire.[141]
  • Duke of Brunswick ( United Netherlands Navy): The ship was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Arrogant and HMS Orpheus.[144]
  • Duke of Kent ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 12 February by the French privateer L'Anuge whilst on a voyage from Halifax to Liverpool.[99]
  • Duke of Kent ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 27 October by the French privateer Le Grande Decide. She was released after being plundered.[132]
  • Duke of York ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off Gibraltar.[142]
  • Eagle ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer Victor Hugues whilst on a voyage from the Clyde to Jamaica.[110]
  • Eagle ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer Le Brave whilst bound for Quebec.[145]
  • Echo ( United States): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from New York to Montserrat. She was taken in to Saint Barthélemy.[120]
  • Edward ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the North Sea on 12 November by the French privateer Le Marengo and was sunk by her.[125]
  • Eight Brothers ( France): The privateer was captured in the North Sea off Vlissingen, Batavian Republicby the British privateer Lady Ann. She was taken in to Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.[146]
  • El Belos ( Spain): The ship was captured on 11 August by the Royal Navy's HMS Clyde whilst on a voyage from Havana, Cuba to A Coruña. She was taken in to Plymouth, Devon, Great Britain.[115]
  • El Feliz ( Spain): The ship was captured by the Portugues whilst on a voyage from A Coruña to Vera Cruz. She was taken in to Lisbon, Portugal.[108]
  • Elisabeth ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer Bougainville whilst on a voyage from Lisbon, Portugal to Liverpool. She was later recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Endymion.[113]
  • Eliza ( United States): The ship was captured by the Royal Navy' HMS York whilst on a voyage from Charleston, South Carolina to Santo Domingo. She was taken in to Jamaica.[92]
  • Eliza ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 24 March by a French privateer whilst bound for Lisbon. She was sent in to La Rochelle.[99]
  • Eliza ( Kingdom of Ireland): The ship was captured on 12 August off Bermuda by the French privateer Bellone whilst on a voyage from Dublin to Oporto, Portugal. She was taken in to St. Andero, Spain.[132]
  • Elizabeth ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Jamaica to London. She was recaptured by the Royal Navy's Hired armed cutter Nile and taken in to Dover, Kent.[92]
  • Elizabeth ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Newfoundland to Lisbon, Portugal. She was taken in th A Coruña.[92]
  • Elizabeth ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 12 Awhilst on a voyage from London to Amsterdam, Batavian Republic. She was taken in to Great Yarmouth, Norfolk.[127]
  • Ellison ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the North Sea on 12 November by the French privateer Le Marengo and was sunk by her.[125]
  • El Marte ( Spain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Vera Cruz, United Kingdom of Portugal, Brazil and the Algarves to Cadiz, Spain. She was sent in to Lisbon.[147]
  • El Roi Carlos ( Spain): The ship was captured on 17 September by the Royal Navy's HMS Doris whilst on a voyage from Havana, Cuba to Spain. She was taken in to Plymouth, Devon, Great Britain.[148]
  • El Vivo ( Spanish Navy): The ship was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Fishguard.[149]
  • Emilie ( United States): The ship was captured by the French privateer La Cybille. She was later taken by the Royal Navy's HMS Amethyst.[109]
  • Emilie ( France): The schooner was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Cambrian and HMS Fishgard whilst on a voyage from Bordeaux to Guadeloupe. She was taken in to Plymouth, Devon, Great Britain.[107]
  • Emma ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst outbound from Swanage, Dorset. She was latyer recaptured by the Royal Navy's HMS Eurydice and taken in to Plymouth, Devon.[107]
  • Endeavour ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Newfoundland to Figuira, Portugal.[113]
  • Endeavour ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish between 28 October and 30 November. She was taken in to Bologna, Spain.[131]
  • Enterprize ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French off Benin and sunk.[142]
  • Experiment ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Grenada to London. She was taken in to St. Martins.[115]
  • Fairy ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer La Renominee whilst on a voyage from Lancaster to the West Indies. She was taken in to Guadeloupe.[105]
  • Fame ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by four Spanish privateers whilst on a voyage from Cork, Ireland to Portugal. She was taken in to Vigo, Spain.[105]
  • Fame ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Southampton, Hampshire to Jersey.[150]
  • Fame ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from San Sebastián. Puerto Rico to Charlestown. She was later retaken by her crew and went ib to Jamaica.[116]
  • Fancy ( United States): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from New York to Martinique. She was taken in to St. Martins.[115]
  • Fancy de Jersey (Kingdom of Great Britain Jersey): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Guernsey, Channel Islands to Leith, Lothian. She was later recaptured off Gorey, Jersey by the Royal Navy's HMS Speedwell and taken in to Yarmouth, Isle of Wight.[120]
  • Fanny ( United States): The brig was captured by the /british whilst on a Voyage from Saint-Domingue, Hispaniola to Baltimore, Maryland. She was taken in to Jamaica.[142]
  • Farn ( France): The privateer was captured by the Guernsey privateer Mayflower and was taken in to Guernsey.[110]
  • Favourite ( France): The ship was captured in the Atlantic Ocean off Cape Ortegal, Spain by the Royal Navy's HMS Sirius whilst on a voyage from Cayenne, French Guiana to Bordeaux, Loire Atlantique.[130]
  • Fedre Lunder (Denmark Denmark-Norway): The ship was captured by a British privateer and was taken in to The Downs.[110]
  • Felicidade da Silva ( Portugal): The ship was captured by a French privateer whilst on a voyage from Port Passage to Lisbon. She was taken in to Vigo, Spain.[128]
  • Ferrailleur ( France): The privateer was captured by the Guernsey privateer Mayflower and was taken in to Guernsey.[110]
  • Field ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured in the Ems whilst on a voyage from Emden, Holy Roman Empire to Hull, Yorkshire. She was taken in to Delfzijl, Batavian Republic.[148]
  • Flora ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Liverpool to Jamaica. She was later recaptured and arrived at Jamaica.[124] Flora was captured a third time and sent in to Malaga, Spain.[145]
  • Fortune ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by a French privateer. She was taken in to Malaga, Spain.[112]
  • Fox ( Kingdom of Ireland): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Cork to Oporto, Portugal. She was taken in to Vigo, Spain.[121]
  • Fraternity ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer Mars.[109]
  • Free Briton ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 16 November in the North Sea off Cromer, Norfolk by the French privateer Chasseur. She was taken in to Boulogne, France.[143]
  • Friendship ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured and was sent in to Terschelling, Friesland, Batavian Republic.[99]
  • Friendship ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured off Gibraltar.[142]
  • Friendship ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French whilst on a voyage from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Northumberland to Guernsey.[150]
  • Friendship ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French and was taken in to Cadiz, Spain.[128]
  • Friendship ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 30 November in the Atlantic Ocean (41°30′N 11°30′W / 41.5°N 11.5°W / 41.5; -11.5) by the Spanish privater Nostra Señora del Carmen. She was taken in to Vigo, Spain.[131]
  • HMS Fulminante (Kingdom of Great Britain Royal Navy): The cutter was captured on 2 June by the French privateer Deux Frères.
  • Fulminante ( French Navy): The cutter was captured in September by the Royal Navy.
  • Gannet ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured on 12 December in the North Sea by a French privateer.[141]
  • Generalinde ( France): The ship was captured by the British whilst on a voyage from Saint Croix, Virgin Islands to Havana, Cuba and returne. She was taken in to Bermuda.[128]
  • General Massina ( France): The corvetto was captured by the Royal Navy's HMS Tamar. She was taken in to Barbados.[111]
  • Généreux ( French Navy): Battle of the Malta Convoy, 18 February: The Téméraire-class ship of the line was captured by the Royal Navy.
  • Generous Planter ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French privateer L'Eole whilst on a voyage from London to Jamaica. She was taken in to Brest, Finistère, France.[105]
  • George ( United States): The ship was captured whilst on a voyage from Savannah, Georgia to St. Thomas, Virgin Islands. She was later recaptured and sent in to Charleston, South Carolina.[151]
  • George ( Kingdom of Ireland): The ship was captured by a privateer in the West Indies.[152]
  • George and Mary ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The sloop was captured by a French privateer on 28 May off the Isle of Wight.[150]
  • Gram ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the French and was sent in to Brest.[99]
  • Goodhope ( Kingdom of Great Britain): The ship was captured by the Spanish whilst on a voyage from Gibraltar to Lisbon, Portugal. She was taken in to Algeciras, Spain.[107]
  • Good Intent (